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Rank #1: 265 – Kelly Starrett on the horizon in fitness & PT.
Jimmy talked with Kelly Starrett of Mobility WOD about what is on the horizon in fitness and Physical Therapy. Kelly’s Bio: Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and creator of this blog, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. His 2013 release, Becoming a Supple Leopard has become a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. This blog was voted #4 in Outside Magazine’s Top 10 Fitness Blogs of 2011, Breaking Muscle’s Top 10 Fitness Blogs of 2011, and Health Line’s Top 100 Health Blogs of 2011. Kelly and his work have been featured in Tim Ferris’ Four Hour Body, Competitor Magazine, Inside Triathlon, Outside Magazine, Details Magazine, Power Magazine, and the Crossfit Journal. He teaches the wildly popular Crossfit Movement & Mobility Trainer course and has been a guest lecturer at the American Physical Therapy Association annual convention, Google, the Perform Better Summit, the Special Operations Medical Association annual conference, police departments, and elite military groups nationwide. Coach Kelly Starrett received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2007 from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, California. Before starting his own physical therapy practice at San Francisco CrossFit, one of the first 30 CrossFit affiliates, he practiced performance-based physical therapy at the world-renowned Stone Clinic. In his current practice, Kelly continues to focus on performance-based Orthopedic Sports Medicine with an emphasis on returning athletes to elite level sport and performance. Kelly’s clients have included Olympic gold-medalists, Tour de France cyclists, world and national record holding Olympic Lifting and Power athletes, Crossfit Games medalists, ballet dancers, military personnel, and competitive age-division athletes. Kelly’s background as an athlete and coach includes paddling whitewater slalom canoe on the US Canoe and Kayak Teams, and leading the Men’s Whitewater Rafting Team to two national titles and competed in two World Championships. In his free time, Kelly enjoys spending time with his wife Juliet and two daughters, Georgia and Caroline, surfing, paddling, Olympic lifting, hot-tubbing, and so-you-think-you-can-dancing. https://www.ptpintcast.com/2017/07/31/216-jason-craig-creator-morphopedics-com/ https://www.ptpintcast.com/2016/06/15/stephania-bell-espn-physical-therapist/ https://www.ptpintcast.com/2017/11/02/244-gary-austin-physical-therapy-revolution/
Rank #2: Top 10 of 2018 – The Prehab Guys.
Experts from Evidence In Motion discuss new research, clinical applications and the leadership skills rehab professionals need to succeed.
Rank #1: Clinical Podcast: Think Before You 3×10 | Dr. Neil Sheth.
In this week’s episode, Dr. Neil Sheth from TexPTS joins Mark and John to discuss loading and strength and conditioning and programming and how they play into mentoring residents at his clinic. Neil shares a specific case example of a 33 year old male that had persistent knee pain and how he was able to move him past straight leg raises and quad sets. Links: Neil Sheth @EIMTeam @ShepDPT @childsjd
Rank #2: Clinical Podcast: Building Autonomous Clinicians | Dr. Andrew Bennett.
Co-owner and co-founder of TexPTS, Andrew Bennet, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, is an old friend of the podcast and of John and Mark, tracing all the way back to John and Andrew’s time in the U.S. Air Force. Andrew joins John and Mark to discuss the importance of surrounding yourself with thinking clinicians, helping clinicians build their own career, along with tips on building a clinic with autonomous clinicians and much more. Links: Connect with Andrew Bennett @EIMTeam @ShepDPT @childsjd
You may be asking yourself…..”self, what insider information could I possibly want or need regarding physical therapy, sports medicine, rehabilitation and medicine.” Well, very good question. There is a ton of information regarding treatment techniques, philosophies, and medicine. But how do you separate the fluff from useful relevant information? Our mission is to gain inside(r) input and perspective on all the information floating around from the experts and then dissect it…figuratively. We will present each of these topics and more in an objective way, and then pick them apart to get to the core of what is useful in the clinical setting. We have several prominent guests lined up for interviews to help shed light on various therapeutic topics ranging from joint manipulations, functional training, business ownership while being a clinician, sports rehab and much more. We cover Physical Therapy (PT), Manual therapy, rehab, sports medicine, business practice, and many more topics. Show hosted by Gene Shirokobrod PT, DPT, OMPT, Joe Palmer PT, DPT, OMPT, CSCS and Erson Religioso III, DPT, MS, MTC, CertMDT, CFC, CSCS, FMT, FAAOMPT
Rank #1: Lumbar Dysfunctions–Low back pain, disk problems, Stenosis, instability.
In this episode we discuss common presentations and treatment techniques for the following: Segmental dysfunctions–Lumbar and SI joint Disk pathologies Stenotic changes Lumbopelvic instabilities
Rank #2: Pain During Sex, Pelvic Dysfunction and Incontinence: The Importance of woMENS Health.
Women’s Health is an Important, Yet Not Well Known Field Lets Take A Look Into A Day of a Women’s Health Physical Therapist In a typical orthopedic clinic, ...
The faculty of the Institute of Clinical Excellence deliver their specialized content every weekday morning. Topic areas include: Population health, fitness athlete management, evidence based spine and extremity care, older adults, community outreach, self development, and much more! Learn more about our team at www.PTonICE.com
Rank #1: Episode 546 - Snapping hips .
Dr. Jessica Davis // #ClinicalTuesdays // www.ptonice.com
Rank #2: Episode 627 - #BeyondTheBERG: Testing Processing & Outputs.
Dr. Dustin Jones // #GeriOnICE // www.ptonice.com
PT Inquest is an online journal club. Hosted by Erik Meira and JW Matheson, the show looks at an article every week and discusses how they apply to current physical therapy practice.
Rank #1: 075 How a Tendon is Like a Doughnut.
Jill Cook and Karim Kahn gave a very interesting lecture on understanding tendinopathy at APTA's Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in February 2016. PT Inquest decided to take a deeper look. Can disorganized tendon tissue change? If it can't does it matter? When we understand the true nature of tendinopathy, certain treatments become much more plausible and others appear almost silly. Also, Erik provides a poor man's homemade doughnut recipe. Or is it donut?
Rank #2: 096 Patellofemoral Pain and the Envelope of Function.
On this episode the guys review a clinical commentary on patellofemoral pain (PFP) written by Rich Willy and some moron (Erik and his dumb face). How should we best conceptualize PFP? Is Scott Dye's "envelope of function" accurate or even useful? Does this understanding change the way we treat this enigmatic diagnosis for the better? We break out the shorts and t-shirts as the temperature in Minnesota gets above 0°F! Current concepts in biomechanical interventions for patellofemoral pain. Willy RW, Meira EP. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2016 Dec;11(6):877-890. Open Access at the time of release Due to copyright laws, unless the article is open source we cannot legally post the PDF on the website for the world to download at will. That said, if you are having difficulty obtaining an article, contact us. Music for PT Inquest: "The Science of Selling Yourself Short" by Less Than Jake Used by Permission
Pain Reframed is a podcast about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that results from the propagation of misinformation, insufficient understanding of the pain experience, and the over-medicalization of pain in society. Dr. Tim Flynn and Dr. Jeff Moore will share their expertise, as well as the expertise from others in the medical and psychological fields, about pain management and our roles in dealing with pain. We want to create a sustainable, multi-disciplinary, international conversation on pain.
Rank #1: 65: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science with Dr. Greg Lehman.
Dr. Greg Lehman joins us this week on Pain Reframed. We have a fantastic episode, jam-packed with content, information, and resources about the topic of pain science and how the treatment of pain can become infinitely more simple! Greg has a course, “Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science,” which teaches and discusses some of the debates of physical therapy in conservative musculoskeletal care as well as performance and rehab. Jeff had an opportunity to attend this 2-day weekend and learned a great deal as it is an absolutely amazing and educational course. Greg, Jeff, and Tim will be chatting about, in more detail, Greg’s course and diving deeper into this topic. LINKS: http://www.greglehman.ca/ @greglehman firstname.lastname@example.org http://ispinstitute.com http://www.alignconference.com/ http://evidenceinmotion.com @eimteam
Rank #2: 102: Backs, Necks, and Explaining Pain | Dr. DeAndre Caldwell.
This week, Liz Peppin and Adam Ryan are hosting their first episode! To kick things off, they're interviewing Dr. DeAndre Caldwell, a physical therapist in Delaware who works in a hospital-based outpatient center. DeAndre has spent much of his career working with patients who have neck and back pain, which started him on his journey with chronic pain. A graduate of the ISPI Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS) program, DeAndre is passionate about using his pain neuroscience education knowledge to advocate for his patients. LINKS: Twitter - @DrCaldwellpt Twitter - @ISPITeam Therapeutic Pain Specialist Certificate
Podcast by ClinicalAthlete
Rank #1: Episode 22: Q&A Series #5 Student Edition with Nate Wong.
In this episode, we welcome Student Physical Therapist Nate Wong onto the show to talk about the student experience and answer questions from the ClinicalAthlete Community! Topics Covered: – 7:13: Handling resistance from professors and peers – 19:46: How can professionals better support students – 29:08: Balancing curriculum information with other knowledge – 45:55: How does strength & conditioning knowledge help you in school – 49:50: Tips for the graduate school interview process Follow Nate on Instagram @thatonedood7 To learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Rank #2: Episode 7: To Foam Roll or Not To Foam Roll.
That is the question we attempt to answer in this episode. What does “self-myofascial release” do and how does it do it? Is it worth spending time on? Does it effect recovery, performance, or injury? What does the research say? Here’s our take..
The Healthy Wealthy & Smart podcast with Dr. Karen Litzy features top experts in health, wellness and business with a particular focus on physical therapy. We take evidence based medicine and break it down, making it easier to understand and immediately apply to your life. At Healthy Wealthy & Smart our goal is simple: to provide you with the best information so you can live a healthy and pain free life!
Rank #1: 262: Prof. Peter O'Sullivan: Reconceptualizing Pain .
LIVE from Combined Sections Meeting, this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast features Professor Peter O’Sullivan discussing elements of the biopsychosocial model for chronic pain management. Peter O’Sullivan is Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. In addition to his teaching and research at Curtin University, he works in clinical practice as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2005) in Perth, Australia. He is recognized internationally as a leading clinician, researcher and educator in the management of complex musculoskeletal pain disorders. In this episode, we discuss: -Why you should validate your patient’s pain experience, understand their beliefs and fears, and disconfirm them through behavioral learning -The link between a practitioner’s language and self-efficacy -The informal and non-threatening art of Peter’s initial examination -Maintaining professional boundaries with chronic pain patients and avoiding burn out -And so much more! One of the strongest influences to better treatment outcomes for chronic pain patients is trust in the therapeutic alliance. “You’ve got to build a strong therapeutic relationship,” Peter suggests if you want to see patient’s engage in their program and take more control over their pain. Treating chronic pain patients can be challenging. With the right evaluation framework and understanding of neuroscience, Peter believes you can make instant impact for the patient. Peter stresses, “The nervous system is so damn plastic. If you can get to the heart of what someone is thinking and feeling. Validate it and take them on a journey—it can break that schema up.” Peter is critical of therapeutic techniques in physical therapy when in fact a majority of patients would benefit from relaxation strategies and progressive loading. He suggests, “I think we undermine how smart the body is…someone who gets in trouble is someone who is too hyper vigilant and probably obsessed with their technique.” For more information on Peter: Peter is the Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Curtin University, West Australia and is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2005). His private clinic is Body Logic Physiotherapy in Perth www.bodylogicphysiotherapy.com.au. Peter has an international reputation for clinical research investigating the development, multi-dimensional assessment and targeted management of chronic spinal pain disorders. He has also developed a management approach for chronic low back pain – called ‘cognitive functional therapy’. He has published over 190 papers with his team in international peer review journals, has presented the findings of his research at more than 90 National and International conferences and has run clinical workshops in over 24 countries. Peter’s expertise is linking of clinical research to the clinical setting. (see www.pain-ed.com) Resources discussed on this show: Blink by Malcolm Gladwell NOI Group Body in Mind Pain-Ed Adriaan Louw Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes! Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart! Xo Karen P.S. Do you want to be a stand out podcast guest? Make sure to grab the tools from the FREE eBook on the home page! Check out my blog post on the Top 10 Podcast Episodes of 2016!
Rank #2: 112: Adriaan Louw, PT explains central sensitization.
Adriaan and I discussed the ins and outs of central sensitization. Adriaan shares his knowledge on what central sensitization is, how it can be diagnosed and what the role of the physical therapist is in the treatment. Adriaan is a wealth of knowledge and has the ability to take these very complex ideas and break […]
Know. Your. Body. We are two physical therapists passionate about creating a more informed and healthier society through speaking with leading minds in the worlds of health, fitness, and self-development. The goal is to tackle any and all subjects relating to the most dynamic organism on the planet: the human body.
Rank #1: A Positive Perspective To Help The Stressed Or Depressed Student.
“A Positive Perspective To Help The Stressed Or Depressed Student” A big thanks goes out to Dr. Ryan Smith for joining the Knowbodies once again to deliver a powerful message to the PT and college student community. With research officially listing PT and other healthcare professions as occupations topping the list for burnout, its no surprise that some of the younger, less experienced members of these communities feel the stress early on. Will, Eric, and Nick were so fortunate to sit down with Ryan as he shared his personal experience with depression and how it impacted his professional and emotional well-being. Special recognition goes to Cruz Romero, SPT for his recent publication in The Pulse: “My Biggest Challenge in Physical Therapy School? Imposter Syndrome”. Cruz’s writing really hits home with a lot of students pushing through difficult programs, and is a great read for anyone looking to gain insight and direction to overcome some of the common struggles that may accompany PT school. Ryan’s biography taken from his website: uMove Physiotherapy & Performance Ryan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a bachelors degree in Athletic Training in 2013 and graduated from Ohio State University with a doctoral degree in physical therapy in 2016. “My career being involved in rehabilitation and wellness began when I was an athletic trainer as an undergraduate. Even then I developed a niche for being the “rehab guy.” Even when I look back on those times and realize how little I knew I had an ability to connect with those athletes. It wasn’t because of a superior set of skills or vast knowledge but it was because I understood what a recovery from in an injury during an athlete’s season meant to them and I simply found ways to help them. Fast forward a few years and that same mindset has carried over into how I practice as a physical therapist. My expectations that I thought my internships would be versus what reality gave me were vastly different. For that reason I decided to go out on my own so I could get back to treating the patient in front of me and get involved directly within the community. That decision has led me to be involved with both a Crossfit Gym and a Strength and Conditioning gym. I now have the ability to not only work with individuals on a daily basis in an environment that they love but I get to work on community issues that I have a passion for. Youth athletes and the increasing injuries that seem to be occurring in them and general population health in which Crossfit is tackling with movement, nutrition and recovery. If you have ever been interested in joining, starting or learning about a cash based PT practice, then check out our first interview with Dr. Ryan Smith as he breaks down his story, going right into the cash PT market right out of school! This leads me to now. I’m a small business owner. An entrepreneur. An athletic trainer. A doctor of physical therapy. I deeply value and understand that it is the entire person in front of me that I have to consider. It’s never just a pain, just a knee, just a shoulder. It’s what that means as a whole. Thus through continuing education, mentors and most importantly the experiences that my patients give provide me is what keeps me engaged in a constant learning process to better myself. This way when it comes down to it I deliver reassurance, help and a plan that leads to a continuation in training, recovery from injury and a return to activity without hesitation or pain.” Show Notes: We catch up with Ryan, and discuss his background with depression and how it came about We explore the implications of depression on school work, social life and motivation We identify the process that Ryan experienced that helped him evolve and grow with the challenges he faces We address the stigma’s and social perception of depression and how to talk to someone who may be experiencing these emotions We outline the actionable steps that allow us to embrace the inevitable wave of emotions that occur in life Follow Ryan on social media at the following places! Twitter: @RyanSmith_DPT Facebook: @uMovePhysio Instagram: @uMovePhysio
Rank #2: Stress Testing Your Philosophies with Greg Lehman.
DR. GREG LEHMAN BKIN, MSC, DC, MSCPT "I am a physiotherapist, chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist treating musculoskeletal disorders within a biopsychosocial model. I currently teach two 2-day continuing education courses to health and fitness professionals through out the world. Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science and Running Resiliency have been taught more than 60 times in more than 40 locations world wide." Bio from greg lehman.ca Show Notes: Intro, gregs influences from Dr. Stuart McGill and Dr. John Sarno How important it is to be malleable and the value of asking the challenging questions Stress test your own philosophy Harnessing the moments of doubts Build confidence by finding your OWN beliefs Keep the treatments simple! - it's evidence based When something specific IS important Gregs main question for folks: "whats new or different?" “Pain occurs when we fail to adapt to some stressor - Injury occurs when you fail to adapt to mechnical load…we don’t want to vilify stress..rather what is our response to our stressors” “Calm shit down, build shit back up” Twitter question from @theprehabguys “How do you follow up your pain explanations? Specifically, how do you teach patience to desperate/eager patients - want answers 4 their pain” The criteria for adaptability: -Is it human? -Is it dead? Twitter question from @joelipsky “How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.” Twitter question from @daschaser “How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.” Twitter question from @nickgornick “What are the limitations of graded exposure/adaptation?” Poke the bear, don’t hump the shit out of it (we can’t come up with this stuff, honestly) Who is allowed to go into pain and how much? Gregs HIGHLY revered course: Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science. Check out the 2018 dates to see how to overcome the common clinical barriers in a city near you! http://www.greglehman.ca
If you're a physical therapy clinic owner looking for tips, tools and strategies for growing your business, this is the podcast for you. Your host is Paul Gough - a former Professional Soccer Physical Therapist turned successful business owner and best selling Author from the UK. As well as running his own 4 location clinic, Paul works with clinic owners from all across the USA, Canada, Britain, Australia and beyond. Paul talks about everything from marketing, sales and hiring staff to leadership, finance and the mindset needed to become a world class clinic owner. Subscribe right NOW!
Rank #1: How to get a patient back on schedule. : Staff Training | Episode 190.
In today’s podcast episode you will be tuning into the last day of my 5x5 east coast book signing tour. This clinic had a recent issue with patients signing up for a plan of care, then shortly after they would drop off for unexplained reasons. Although this may be discouraging, it is important to understand that it is just as easy to win them back as a paying patient, as it was for them to drop off with no explanation. Listen to find out what easy solution I came up with for the staff. Watch this podcast on my YouTube Channel Here- How To Turn a “No Into A “Yes” | Physical Therapy Tips -------- Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for Daily Videos: here Check out Paul's No.1 Best Selling Physical Therapy Business Books: www.paulgoughbooks.com
Rank #2: How to Perfect Your Marketing By Asking the Right Questions: Flashback Friday | Episode 260.
Today’s podcast will be coming from a previous call on one of my Accelerator courses. You will hear me address questions about; -Finding out what your patient wants out of their treatment by asking them the questions they want to answer -Using these answers to improve your clinics marketing message -And how to inform your patients that your clinic will be dropping their insurance, and moving to a cash-based model If you’ve been listening to these podcasts all week and know you need to improve your clinics marketing systems, this is your last chance to sign up for my new patient Accelerator course. In this program you will learn how to establish your clinics marketing message, automate your marketing to work for you, keeping your schedule full, growing your clinic by 50-250%. To learn the system I use in my clinics head to www.PTProfitAcademy.com/Acceleratorto sign up. Class begins Monday January 27th, do not miss out on this opportunity. Again, sign-up at www.PtProfitAcademy.com/Accelerator. I look forward to seeing you on Monday! Enjoy this podcast, Cheers😉 Enroll in Accelerator here: www.PTProfitAcademy.com/Acceleratoror email email@example.com to ask a pre-joining question. ---- Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for Daily Videos: here Check out Paul's No.1 Best Selling Physical Therapy Business Books: www.paulgoughbooks.com
Move Forward Radio is brought to you by the American Physical Therapy Association. Learn how a physical therapist can help you at ChoosePT.com.
Rank #1: Osteoarthritis of the Hip and Knee.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that affects somewhere between 27 million and 30 million Americans. It’s a chronic condition that can cause pain and stiffness. Osteoarthritis can make movement difficult, and yet one of the best ways to manage osteoarthritis is to move. In this episode of Move Forward Radio, we’ll talk about hip and knee osteoarthritis with physical therapist Mary Ann Wilmarth, who doesn’t just treat people with the condition, but lives with it too. http://www.moveforwardpt.com/Radio/Detail/osteoarthritis-of-hip-knee
Rank #2: The Benefits of Exercise on Brain Health.
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapist and neuroscientist Joyce Gomes-Osman discusses her latest research about overall physical activity on brain health. She and her research associates have concluded that when it comes to brain health, the overall and cumulative effect of physical activity is what’s most important. https://www.moveforwardpt.com/Radio/Detail/benefits-of-exercise-on-brain-health
The PT Entrepreneur Podcast with Danny Matta brings you interviews and insights from top physical therapy business owners. Topics range from starting and running a cash physical therapy practice to creating digital products and even physical products. The PT Entrepreneur Podcast gives you an inside look of the minds and businesses of some of the most successful physical therapists today. No empty fluff.... just actionable, helpful information you can use TODAY.
Rank #1: E53 | A Strategy Call With Eric Wallace.
Earlier this year I launched a Goal Setting Challenge where tons of you guys preplanned a major goal to achieve, wrote it down and then submitted it to me. I checked them all out and selected Dr. Eric Wallace of Motus Physical Therapy in Appleton, WI to win a free 1-hour strategy call. On this call we talk about Eric's current business where he specializes in helping golfers, then asses his goals and talk about some options for growing his business. Hopefully, you can learn something from our conversation. If you're interested in a strategy call of your own feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about Eric Wallace here http://www.motusrx.com/
Rank #2: E28 | Starting A Side Hustle Physical Therapy Practice .
Do you have 60-100k in student loans? Do you want some more disposable income? Are you seeing 30+ patients a day but not getting practice reps on a certain skill set, like dry needling or manual therapy? Do you have friends that are asking for you to do some treatment on them? Then you need to check out Episode 28 of the P.T. Entrepreneur Podcast where I talk on how to start your own side hustle physical therapy practice and how to diversify your offerings to patients.
Podcasts for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students of physical therapy.
Rank #1: Imposter Syndrome.
Welcome to the Pulse podcast. This podcast series expands on notable articles originally published at APTA’s Pulse blog for PT and PTA students so they can reach a wider audience. Imposter Syndrome is not a commonly known term, but something you may be familiar with. In this episode, we talk to Cruz Romero as he shares with us the range of emotions he experienced while going through DPT school, what he now knows is called imposter syndrome. http://www.apta.org/Blogs/Pulse/2019/1/PodcastImposterSyndrome/
Rank #2: Dry Needling, Trigger Points, and Myofascial Pain Syndrome – #XchangeSA.
Live #XchangeSA chat with Joseph Donnelly, PT, DHS , what you need to know about dry needling, trigger points, and myofascial pain syndrome and how physical therapy can work in these areas. http://www.apta.org/Xchangesa/
The Senior Rehab Podcast brings you helpful conversations for rehab clinicians that serve older adults. Dustin Jones, PT, DPT, CSCS, RKC, speaks with industry leaders to draw out useful, practical information for YOU - the rehab clinician. Whether you’re a physical therapist, PTA, student, or seasoned veteran, the Senior Rehab Podcast will prove to be helpful for you in your practice.
Rank #1: #PTonICE Power vs Strength Training for Older Adults: The What, When, & How!.
#PTonICE Power vs Strength Training for Older Adults: The What, When, & How! https://www.facebook.com/educatePT/videos/1579204725507096/ ---------- This is a rebroadcast from an episode that can be found on PTonICE.com Be sure to check out "Modern Management of the Older Adult" - an 8 week online course led by Dustin Jones and Christina Prevett. This course is approved for 16 CEU's and is sure to help you improve how you treat and view older adults - http://ptonice.com/older-adult-1
Rank #2: Why the Business of GeriPT is a GOOD idea!.
Why the Business of GeriPT is a good idea! https://www.facebook.com/icephysio/videos/716219755416999/ ----- Be sure to check out Modern Management of the Older Adult with Dustin Jones & Christina Prevett - available as a LIVE or ONLINE Course. This course is approved for 16 CEU's and is sure to help you improve how you treat and view older adults - http://ptonice.com/older-adult
Hosted by Adam Meakins (aka The Sports Physio), The Not Another F**king (NAF) Physio Podcast promises to be unlike any other! Talking about things that matter, but don't really matter. It will be amateurish, inconsistent, with poor sound quality and even poorer interviews… Be prepared for critical critique, dubious debate, quirky questions and lots of bad language!
Rank #1: 020 Talking Tendons.
In this episode Erik and Adam discuss tendons and the issues they have. Is the continuum model any good? Is any tendinopathy model any good? Is loading the answer? How does loading work? What's the best type of loading? Finally Adam asks the most important question... do kangaroos get tendinopathy? For more info on Adam and Erik's course in London: http://thesciencept.com/courses/shoulder-and-knee/london/ For Peter Malliaras' website: https://www.tendinopathyrehab.com/ Music by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com: Intro - Also sprach Zarathustra Close - Vivacity
Rank #2: 010 Talking Posture, Pain, Stretching, and Mooses with Greg Lehman.
Happy New Year. We start 2016 on the NAF with a bang, talking with the well-known physio/chiro/researcher/sceptic Greg Lehman. In this episode we finally find out which side of the physio/chiropractic fence Greg sits on, and who he thinks would win a fight between a physio and a chiro. We also find out that he can’t hold his beer and that he has some unusual bedroom companions… Canadians eh!!! We do talk about some sensible stuff eventually such as the role of posture and pain, stretching effects on tendon and muscle tissue, and how education and biomechanics fit in with pain science. Enjoy!