Celebrating our 25th episode for Therapists In Motion. With the assistance of Brian Schulte, FAFS, Dan was able to create a special surprise for our guests. Grab a piece of paper and a pencil and join for some FUN! (FYI, you may need to increase you playback volume due to the acoustics of our recording room. We apologize and hope it is only for this one episode!)
Dan and Paul are joined by Sara Gagliano, PT, DPT, CLT-UE and LaRissa Shaps, PT, DPT, FAFS, CLT-UE for a special podcast discussing the HUGE need for skilled therapists to care for a large population of patients!
Maybe we should quit PT and start a singing career… Dan is rejoined by Andrew Walquist, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS live from Texas! The complexity of regional interdependence can be a tough concept for those who treat only at the site of pain. During this episode, we begin to unravel how the thoracic spine is linked to the cervical, shoulder and elbow dysfunction and learn that we CAN reduce pain and dysfunction by treat a distant site!
Part Two of the headache discussion with, Dan, Paul and Jeff Foucrier, PT, DPT, OCS. Assistant Professor at Northern Arizona University. Focus during this discussion is on patients suffering from cervicogenic headaches.
46% of the adult population has active headaches…Dan and Paul are joined by Jeff Foucrier, PT, DPT, OCS, Assistant Clinical Professor with Northern Arizona University and part time staff physical therapist at Spooner Physical Therapy. Jeff brings a level of expertise and passion to the treatment of headaches. Jeff provides great insight into neurovascular headaches and role PT has in the treatment of patients with this condition. This is the first of a two part series focused on headaches!
Balance, Posture and Safety, OH MY!
Discussing how to actually use neuro re-ed for more than just your balance patients. A supplemental podcast to What the CPT code is that…
It has been said that in life, there is a place for everything. One could argue the same is true in the world of physical therapy. However, just because something has a purpose, there is no guarantee it is the most effective or correct option. Are special tests the gold standard in diagnosing movement dysfunction, a useless relic of the past or something in between. Listen in as we discuss…
An awesome interview with the co-founder of the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), Gregg Johnson, and his colleague and fellow IPA instructor, Brent Yamashita. An inspiring discussion for all therapists! You find can out more about the IPA through www.instituteofphysicalart.com