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Masters in Motion meets Movers and Mentors: Bryan Guzski and Tim Reynolds

Masters in Motion

For our podcast's finale, Seth Peterson interviews the authors of the book "Movers and Mentors" Bryan Guzski and Tim Reynolds. Bryan and Tim set out on a very similar journey to this podcast during the preparation of their book a few years ago. What did they find? How do the themes from their book relate to the themes from this podcast?Instead of summarizing key themes from Season 1.5, which we did after the first season, we've decided to discuss some of the broader themes with Tim and Bryan, who will also detail what themes they took away from their book interviewing 75 successful clinicians.This is the end of the podcast, but it doesn't have to be the end of your journey to improve in the clinic. Check out the links below to stay involved and keep the fire burning.Join our Facebook community, Mindful Clinicians here. Check out course offerings and the mentorship from The Movement Brainery here. Buy Tim and Bryan's book here. 

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25 Jul 2022

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#17 - Physical Therapy, What You Need to Know with Tim Reynolds

Becoming Ronin

In today’s episode, we’re honored to interview Physical Therapist and Author, Tim Reynolds. Tim is an Anatomy and Physiology Professor at Ithaca College, Co-Author of “Movers and Mentors,” an inventor/entrepreneur, and a practicing physical therapist. In this episode, we dig into Tim’s guidelines for recognizing when you need to seek out physical therapy, how to choose a good PT, and some amazing takeaways from his practice. We also interview him about his experience interviewing the world's top physical therapists and fitness professionals to compile his insightful book. Lastly, Tim gives some helpful recommendations on how to view pain, as well as how to fix/prevent it. *For a full list of show notes, timestamps & important links from this episode visit: Becoming Ronin Podcast TIMESTAMPS [0:00] Intro [8:45] Tim’s Unique Childhood  [14:00] Morning Routine [19:20] How Being a Physical Therapist has changed your training? [20:55] Common Issues with Physical Therapy [26:11] Allowing Clients to Tell Their Story [32:15] How to tell if your Physical Therapist is good [38:50] Movers and Mentors [40:45] How to Use Mentors to Boost Your Career [46:19] The Surprising thing About PT Pros [52:09] Biggest Takeaways from Writing The Book [55:47] Changing Your Perception of Pain [1:00:08] Tips for Avoiding Injury RESOURCES Movers and Mentors Tim Reynolds | Instagram Tim Reynolds | Tik Tok

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29 Apr 2022

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Frets with DJ Fey

Multi-instrumentalist. Guitar virtuoso. Sonic innovator. Two-time Grammy nominee. All of these describe Tim Reynolds, who founded the electric power trio TR3, and of course plays lead guitar with The Dave Matthews Band.I caught up with Tim and we discussed our high school years, playing guitar, playing to audiences large and small. And Tim even offers his thoughts on the universe.For more info on Tim Reynolds and TR3, visit timreynolds.comPhoto by René HuemerBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

54mins

11 Feb 2022

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Physical Therapy Mentors & Movers l Tim Reynolds & Bryan Guzski

PT Elevated

Welcome back to season 2 of PT Elevated where we are broadening our topics to include more researchers but still focusing on topics that you can use in your clinic every day. Our ninth episode of season 2 welcomes Dr. Bryan Guzski and Dr. Tim Reynolds who are the authors of the book Movers and Mentors. Bryan is a physical therapist who practices at the University of Rochester Orthopaedic Spine & Sports Center and recently just stepped down as the residency program director. He graduated from Ithaca College and then did a post orthopaedic residency and spice fellowship at Cayuga Medical Center. Tim is a physical therapist by trade who went to Ithaca College for his Doctorate. He then did a post orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship with Cayuga Medical Center as well. Currently he teaches anatomy and physiology at Ithaca College.  Here are some of the highlights:"This book is a compilation of stories, throughs, and advice from over 75 leaders  in the fields of physical therapy and movement science. From researchers and expert clinicians, to innovators and business owners, their answers to thought-provoking questions provide personal and professional guidance for the next generation of rehabilitation professionals."       Bryan and Tim started this book idea when they were going through residency together. They saw the same names recurring. They were also reading an interview style book called, "Tools of Titans," by Timothy Ferris and thought it would be great to have a book like that, centered around physical therapy. In 2018 they drafted a list of interviewees and a list of questions and fired off emails and one thing lead to the next and they published this past year. Common Themes Bryan & Tim Recognized from interviewing leaders in our field for their book:  Failure The questions they asked were more human related about failure, good and bad advice and favorite interests and less focused on their interviewees treatment paradigm & focus.  "It was interesting to hear some of the big leaders in the profession discussing past failures, such as not getting into physical therapy school on the first try or failing clinicals."  Mentorship The importance of mentorship and the importance of investing in yourself. "Mentorship is an investment in yourself. If your are looking at who you want in your clinical mentorship circle, focus on who is practicing the way you want to be and how can you provide value to them so that they are able to provide value to you."  There were opinions on specializing right out of school via residency or becoming a generalist and seeing a lot of different things that several PTs they interviewed had different views on.  Tim's Clinical Pearl – “When I did my spine fellowship program it wasn’t the advancement in my manual skills or treatment paradigms or pattern recognition, it was Jason Cherry who is a professor at Ithaca College who introduced me to the concepts of motivational interviewing and that has been what my clinical focus the last two or three years has hovered around, the power of words. Being mindful of the power of word choice, being able to take advantage of that placebo effect, and being able to communicate more effectively with a patient. If I had the chance to go back and talk to myself coming out of school in 2014 my response would be, it is okay that you do not have these manual skills yet. Try to work on some of these “strong” skills, communication, and the power of words.” Bryan's Clinical Pearl – “Don't underestimate the power of momentum. If you are interested or passionate about a particular area and find yourself wanting to know more and learn more about this one thing, dive into that and lean into that. That will lead to more momentum, where you have new conversations with new people and that is where doors start to open, and you can continue to grow from there. Learn into momentum and do not underestimate the power of it." Helpful research and training: Online: Business Management Principles for the Rehab Therapist  Online: AmaZing! Customer Service Course for Individuals  Online: AmaZing! Customer Service Suite Ad Info: Since you’re listening to this podcast, there’s a pretty good chance you’re the type of clinician who is always learning. One great way to learn more and earn CEUs is Evidence In Motion’s huge selection of courses. Choose from topics ranging from MSK management and pelvic health, to dry needling and pain science. Get back to hands-on learning by finding an in-person weekend intensive course near you. Or if you prefer online learning, opt for a virtual lab or online option. You can save 5% on courses as a PT Elevated Podcast listener. Just use the promo code PTELEVATED at checkout. You can find the promo code and a link to courses in the show notes.  PROMO CODE: PTELEVATED  Courses Link Connect with us on socials: @ZimneyKJ on Twitter @PMintkenDPT on Twitter @MoversMentors on Twitter @TimReynoldsDPT on Twitter  Moversandmentors.com 

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8 Feb 2022

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The Tom Broback Podcast

Hello friends, welcome to the show. My name is Tom Broback and I am on a mission to help high school coaches keep their athletes happy and healthy. I loved playing sports growing up. From backyard football to traveling basketball to high school track and field, there was nothing better than being on a team and playing to win a game. Unfortunately, I struggled with health issues and I know your athletes do too. This inspired me to become a physical therapist and sports performance coach. This podcast will help coaches like you learn how to keep your athletes off the bench and in the game. Have you ever wondered what challenges the best physical therapists faced in their careers? My guests today, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski, thought this time and time again. They decided to explore it and turned into a new book, Movers & Mentors. Today we talk about their process of writing a book together and the challenges they face as PTs. I hope you enjoy this episode and make sure you order Movers and Mentors today. Tim Reynolds & Bryan Guzski Book - Movers & Mentors Instagram Twitter Coaches, are you interested in keeping your athletes happy and healthy? Check out my Patreon page to learn how to work with me on a more regular basis. You can also follow me on social media below to find my latest thoughts on training and rehab. Host - Tom Broback IG: @tombroback Twitter: @tombroback Patreon - SIGN UP TODAY!!! CoachTube Courses and Presentations

48mins

21 Jan 2022

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Learning to Embrace Failure & Other Lessons Learned While Writing Movers & Mentors with Physical Therapists, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski

Healthcare Provider Happy Hour Podcast

In this week’s episode, I am joined by Tim and Bryan, physical therapists and authors of the book, Movers & Mentors: Leaders in Movement Science Share Tips, Tactics, and Stories. Movers & Mentors is a compilation of stories, thoughts, and advice from over 75 leaders in the fields of physical therapy and movement science. From researchers and expert clinicians, to innovators and business owners, their answers to thought-provoking questions will provide personal and professional guidance for the next generation of rehabilitation professionals. Tim and Bryan share their story from first meeting in school to how they ended up writing a book together while interviewing some of the biggest leaders in the industry. They share where the idea first came from, how they decided who to reach out to, and how the response has been from both contributors and readers in the field! Bryan Guzski PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, CSCS is an outpatient orthopaedic physical therapist at the University of Rochester Medical Center - Sports and Spine where he works primarily with patients with spine related impairments and directs the orthopaedic residency program. Bryan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014, completed an orthopaedic residency program through Cayuga Medical Center and received his Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist certification in 2015, and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Simon Business School at the University of Rochester in 2021.   Tim Reynolds PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Ithaca College and a part-time physical therapist practicing at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, NY where he predominately treats patients with spine or lower extremity impairments. Tim earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014 and completed both his orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship through Cayuga Medical Center, and currently helps mentor and teach in both of these programs as well. Tune in to this week’s episode to learn: What the biggest lesson they both learned from writing the book was Interviews and stories that surprised them through the process The value of experience & the background of their residency program How writing the book helped their own personal growth  How to embrace failure & advice for those needing guidance  Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation! Resources Website: https://www.moversandmentors.com/ Book: Movers & Mentors: Leaders in Movement Science Share Tips, Tactics, and Stories: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09G5W5CBC Twitter: https://twitter.com/moversmentors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moversandmentors/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moversandmentors Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences!

51mins

18 Jan 2022

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Season Recap - Movers & Mentors | Bryan Guzski & Tim Reynolds

Practice Leadership

We wrap up this season of the Practice Leadership podcast after a great year of burning questions with Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski the authors of the book, "Movers and Mentors." This book is a compilation of stories, thoughts, and advice from over 75 leaders in the fields of physical therapy and movement science. Tim is a physical therapist and clinical assistant professor at Ithaca College. The plethora of questions he was asked by his students served as the primary motivation for the book. His colleague Bryan Guzski serves as an orthopaedic residency program director at the University of Rochester medical center. Larry discusses with Tim, and Bryan the important in depth questions they asked researchers in order to compile their book and more!   More Links: @PhysicalTherapy Purchase Book: Movers & Mentors Bryan Guzski bio Bryan Guzski PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, CSCS is an outpatient orthopaedic physical therapist practicing in Rochester, NY working primarily with patients with spine related issues and persistent pain. Bryan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014, completed an orthopaedic residency program through Cayuga Medical Center in 2015 and received his Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist certification, and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Simon Business School at the University of Rochester in 2021.  Tim Reynolds bio @TimReynoldsDPT on Twitter Tim Reynolds PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Ithaca College and a part-time physical therapist practicing at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, NY where he predominately treats patients with spine or lower extremity impairments. Tim earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ithaca College in 2014 and completed both his orthopaedic residency and spine fellowship through Cayuga Medical Center, and currently helps mentor and teach in both programs.

30mins

6 Jan 2022

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A Fulfilling Life Will Never Come From Achieving Goals With Tim Reynolds

The Wealth Standard – Empowering Individual Financial Independence

What are the things you need to do to live a fulfilling life? Does it come from achieving goals? , author and creator of Living Every Minute, doesn’t think that’s always the case, and in this interview with host Patrick Donohoe, we learn where fulfillment comes from. We listen to Tim’s recollections about family and a story about a medical emergency he had worked on that showed him why the goal isn’t all there is, and that sometimes, the journey is just as important. Be inspired by Tim’s words and be ready to live a greater life. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!   Join The Wealth Standard community today:

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14 Oct 2021

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A Framework To LIVE In Every Minute With Tim Reynolds

The Wealth Standard – Empowering Individual Financial Independence

Everyone’s lives, be it their personal or professional ones, follow a guide, a framework to live by. In Part 4 of Patrick Donohoe’s interview with businessman, investor, doctor, and author , we hear more about how your mission, your framework, affects everything around you. Tim discusses the Living Every Minute concept and how it can change your life. Tim shares the value of writing down the magical moments in your life and chronicling what you do in a journal. Tune in to this thought-provoking conversation and learn how to make the most out of your life. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Join The Wealth Standard community today:

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7 Oct 2021

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MOTM #327: Tips, Tactics, and Stories from the Best Minds in PT with Dr. Tim Reynolds & Dr. Bryan Guzski

Maestro on the Mic

This week I had not just one, but TWO incredible guests on the podcast to talk about something I’m really, really excited for… Full disclosure: they are here to promote their brand new book, but I think you’re gonna love what they have to say.Dr. Bryan Guzski and Dr. Tim Reynolds have written “Movers and Mentors”—a guidebook filled with the best thoughts and advice from over 75 leaders in the physical therapy and movement science fields. You’re gonna have this book pre-ordered by the end of this episode, I promise you.This is the PT’s version of “Tools of Titans” by Tim Ferris (which, if you’re not familiar with already, you absolutely should be). It is a MUST READ for young professionals, students, and any PT who values the wisdom of expert clinicians, veteran business owners, researches, and innovators in our field.  And hey—you might hear some advice from someone you know and love, if you catch my drift.In This Episode You'll Hear:Tim and Bryan’s backgroundsThe birth of the idea for Movers and MentorsCreating a list of guests and questionsWho can we expect to see?Trial by fireWhat Tim and Bryan have been up to during and after the pandemicThe future of the PT professionFind more joy in the micro-momentsLinks & Resources For This Episode:Get Yourself a copy of Movers and Mentors HEREMore book updates on Instagram: @moversandmentorsThe post MOTM #327: Tips, Tactics, and Stories from the Best Minds in PT with Dr. Tim Reynolds & Dr. Bryan Guzski first appeared on The Movement Maestro.The post MOTM #327: Tips, Tactics, and Stories from the Best Minds in PT with Dr. Tim Reynolds & Dr. Bryan Guzski appeared first on The Movement Maestro.

54mins

4 Oct 2021

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