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 for this episode with Alicia Dulaney, PT, DPT and Sara Gagliano, PT, DPT, CLT-UE. Discussing that we indeed ALL have a nervous system and how to integrate the neuromusculoskeletal system into your patient care!
Do we want our muscles to Scream or Sing? Dan and Paul are joined once again by Gary Gray, Founder of the Gray Institute, and Father of Function, for an entertaining discussion about how we want our muscles to function. Jennifer Lee, Physical Therapist, also joins us!
Paul and Dan are once again joined by Gary Gray, Founder of the Gray Institute. Motion is health and Health is Motion. How can understanding chain reaction biomechanics and movement can influence your development? As always, please email us with feedback at email@example.com
Our 20th episode is truly special. Developing intention and intuition in your clinical journey. It truly takes a lifetime to develop. Get outside your comfort zone and take a chance. Dan and Paul are again joined by Gregg Johnson and his son Ryan Johnson, from the Institute of Physical Art.
Sleep apnea? Glottis? Pelvic Floor? TMD? Visceral? Brown Sequard Syndrome? Dan and Paul are again joined by Gregg Johnson and his son, Ryan Johnson, from the Institute of Physical Art for an interesting discussion regarding other things PTs can treat outside the typical ‘box.’
What is the perception of PT and how aggressive we are with our treatments? Dan and Paul are again joined by Tim Spooner, PT, FAFS and Andrew Walquist, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS as well as a new guest, Erin Danielson, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT through the IAOM-US. Erin works for Advanced Physical Therapy in Anchorage and Seward. www.aptak.com
Dan, Paul, Andrew, Erin and Tim have a philosophical discussion on the type of therapist they are and how they respond to common patient reactions from physical therapy.
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!
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!
What do Jello Molds, Yao Ming and being “not dead” have in common? Mobility and stability seem like completely opposite terms and even more opposite treatment approaches. Do they really have to be that different? Listen to find out the answer to these questions…
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
An exciting podcast with the Co-Founders of StriveLabs: Scott Hebert and Ryan Klepps. How can engaging with your patient assist in your overall outcome and your financial stability? Is this worth discussing with your manager to implement in your clinic? We think so…
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When a person says they hurt do you think what hurts (Structure) or how it hurts (Function)? More importantly, when you are treating this patient, do you treat the anatomical structure or the functional movement? Is there a good way to treat both? This podcast lays out a basic framework to answer these questions and how to reconcile the worlds of structuralism and functionalism.
Welcome to Therapists In Motion, brought to you by Spooner Physical Therapy. We are excited to bring engaging, thought provoking, and a little fun to the podcast world surrounding physical therapy. Your main hosts, Dan Miriovsky, Paul Gagliano, and Michelle Babcock, work in a private practice, based out of Scottsdale, Arizona. The three of us will be collaborating, along with dynamic leaders in the profession of physical therapy, to engage our audience and assist in elevating the profession! Enjoy our kickoff podcast.