Time to shift into gear and handle the crossroads head on. Jennifer Lee, is joined by Dan Miriovsky and Andrew Walquist, to discuss common google findings for low back pain exercises. Bottom up versus top down and how to tackle the common findings!
The fourth trimester is all about taking care of moms in their new role after having a baby. Physical therapy is vital in helping these new mothers achieve success in restoring function. Michelle Babcock, PT, MSPT is once again joined by LaRissa Shaps, PT, DPT, FAFS and Christina Christie, PT, CCE, FAFS, educator of Female Chain Reaction from the Gray Institute, president of Pelvic Solutions, Women’s and Men’s Health program manager at Athletico Physical Therapy in Chicago, IL. They discuss new ACOG guidelines and the importance of caring for new mothers!
Restoring function to a system in need! Michelle Babcock, PT, MSPT is joined by LaRissa Shaps, PT, DPT, FAFS and special guest Christina Christie, PT, CCE, FAFS. Tina is the developer and educator of Female Chain Reaction through the Gray Institute, president of Pelvic Solutions, and Women’s and Men’s Health program manager with Athletico Physical Therapy in Chicago, IL. The ladies embark on an important discussion focusing on the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System and unlocking and restoring its full functional capacity.
Part 2 of our youth baseball discussion. The panel of five, Jennifer Lee, Paul Gagliano, Dan Miriovsky, Dillon Moeller and Joshua Davis, discuss the role of the physical therapist in throwing mechanics to assist with reducing youth baseball injuries.
Will your kid/patient make it to the highest level of sport our species can generate? Will your kid/patient have elbow pain? The five discuss our role as physical therapists in education of coaches, parents, therapists, ATCs and personal trainers in managing overuse injuries in overhead athletes. Paul is joined by Dan Miriovsky, Jennifer Lee, and first time guest Dillon Moeller, PT, DPT. This podcast also highlights our FIRST ever student guest, Joshua Davis from East Tennessee State University.
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Paul, Dan and Jen are once again joined by the one and only Andrew Walquist from Texas! Stay tuned for a great discussion on integration of function for common plantar fasciitis exercises and how to differentiate yourself from page 1 of Google exercises!
Golf is Fun…or at least it should be! Listen as Dan is joined by Brian Schulte, FAFS to discuss important components of movement to analyze in patients who golf. Take time during the off season to get movements analyzed and prepare the body to play the game with more fun!
Part two of the strategies to avoid burnout, once again hosted by Jennifer Lee. Jennifer is joined by Dan Miriovsky and Torrey Foster, PT, DPT, OCS and clinic director with Spooner Physical Therapy at the Scottsdale location. During this discussion, Jennifer leads the therapists down a path to assist with utilizing strategies to find different pathways for patient success and avoid stagnation. The discussion yields many great treatment nuggets and immediate applicability!
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