I’m In My Bookshelf! Making Tailbone Pain Videos. :-)

I’m In My Bookshelf! Making Tailbone Pain Videos.   :-)
  • This is very break from my series of coccyx pain videos that have been giving you highlights from the chapters of Dr. Foye’s book, “Tailbone Pain Relief Now!”
  • In this video, I show you how I make the educational videos that I have been posting online.
  • Summary: My very basic, no-frills set-up is usually just propping up my iPhone to show me and the educational props I have on my bookshelf. I usually do not edit the videos after I record them. It does then take some time to upload them, label them, create captions (for hearing impaired people), etc.
The actual VIDEO is at the bottom of this page.
Here is the TEXT from the video:
  • Hi. I’m Dr. Patrick Foye, M.D., Director of the Coccyx Pain Center or Tailbone Pain Center, online at www.TailboneDoctor.com.
  • And in one of my videos in the comments down below the video, somebody was asking me where I was doing these videos because it looked like there was this weird low ceiling, or something along those lines.  So I thought I would show you just very briefly where I am doing these videos lately.
  • I am basically doing these videos inside a shelf on my bookcase. It turns out to be a pretty easy way for me to do it.  I have a shelf that is mostly empty except for a lot of educational stuff that I have: a coffee mug that looks like a part of the vertebral spine and I have my plastic model of the pelvis including of course the sacrum and coccyx and I have other versions of the coccyx that move around a little so if I need to demonstrate that in some of the videos.
  • And basically I have been setting the camera up here so I can put up whatever is the chapter in my book that I am covering in that video and I will choose some kind of a colored paper background just mainly so that I can see the borders and at a glance I can see from the different videos that from the color and from the title it will remind me which video is which so that I can keep them straight when I am uploading them.
  • And then down here on the next shelf I have got some images printed out from my book so that if I am talking about a fracture and I need to show a fracture or I need to show a dislocation, or I need to show the coccyx and the spine in general, etc, that I have those things on hand as I am making these videos in my bookshelf.
  • So anyway, if you were wondering, maybe you are not, but if you were, that is what I am doing lately as a way to try to keep creating these videos, because a lot of people seem to find them helpful for providing educational content for the topics related to the tailbone and lately going chapter by chapter through my book, “Tailbone Pain Relief Now!”
  • So anyway, I thought you might be interested if you have been watching the videos and wondering where I was or what this was, now you know.
  • All right. So I will see you in the next video. Or you can find me online at www.TailboneDoctor.com. Or you can find the book at www.TailboneBook.com.
  • Bye bye.
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How I Make Videos of Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain, Coccydynia

How I Make Videos of Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain, Coccydynia

Patrick Foye, M.D.
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Patrick Foye, M.D.

Founder and Director at Tailbone Pain Center
Dr. Foye is an expert at treating tailbone pain (coccyx pain).

His personable, private-practice office is located on a modern, renowned, academic medical school campus, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.

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