Commonly misunderstood in the world of outpatient PT, CPT codes. A discussion on what is and how you can apply them in clinical practice. Also, a great description of Therapeutic Activities by the one and only, Paul Gagliano! Not WHAT to charge, but HOW to understand the codes!
Hosted by Michelle Babcock, a round table discussion about utilizing Outcomes in an outpatient PT setting. Discussion about professional responsibility and clinical development. We recently updated our podcasting equipment, we hope you all can hear the improvements!!!
A discussion with the Father of Function, Gary Gray and his son Doug. For more information on the offerings from the Gray Institute, please visit them at www.grayinstitute.com
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…
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…
You can find out more information at www.strivelabs.com
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.