Are You on an Information Lean Diet?

Facebook.  Twitter.  Fox News.  BuzzFeed.  Huffington Post.  NY Times.  SnapChat.  PTJ.  There is no shortage of information being thrown before our eyes these days.  We are inundated with information “noise” through a plethora of vehicles such as our smart phones, our computers, or just chit-chat with our friends and co-workers.  It has been reported that 62% of US…

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The Case Against Empathy #physicaltherapy

This blog has explored empathy in depth over the years.  There has been a recent trend led in part by Yale psychologist Dr. Paul Bloom and his new book Against Empathy that calls into question the use of empathy. Through the use of clinical cases and compelling and logical arguments, Dr. Bloom believes that however while well-intentioned, empathy is…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: High-End Physical Therapy with Karen Litzy

We have another special episode this week as Larry is live on location in New York with Karen Litzy! Karen is the host of the podcast: “Healthy, Wealthy, and Smart” and has, not only been in the practice of physical therapy, but also in the media relations side of PT. Karen is now focused on the home care side of…

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The Next Big Thing

It’s that time of the New Year for predictions on what the “Next Big Thing” for 2017 might be.
I want to go on record to say, pain neuroscience is NOT the “Next Big Thing” in physical therapy. This may surprise a few of you, but hopefully I can explain. Now that I get to check the “20+” box…

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EIM Clinical Podcast: Population Health with Mike Eisenhart

This week on The EIM Clinical Podcast, we chat with Mike Eisenhart, who is pivotal in the topic of “population health” in physical therapy.  Mike shares what population health really is as well as his role in population health, the challenges that we, as physical therapists face, and some solutions we can apply to our practices and businesses.

Mike also…

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#physicaltherapy Predictions 2017

A week or two tardy on this year’s predictions.  Here is a link to last year which also links to prior years and you can grade me as you like.

1. Indiana wants me. Reminiscent of R. Dean Taylor’s 1970 hit, Indiana will be a significant part of the healthcare conversation. Why? Vice-President Mike Pence and his…

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