Pain, Personality, and PT Prowess: Do You Have What it Takes?

Personality, temperament, “soft-skills…”
There is a good amount of chatter in the world of pain science about these topics right now, related to both patients and to those who treat them.  As we seek to determine who may benefit most from interventions like Pain Neuroscience Education (PNE), there very well may emerge certain personality traits, such as openness to…

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Clinical Podcast: Effective Leadership with Dr. Daphne Scott

Dr. Daphne Scott joins us, this week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast!  
Daphne has been involved in physical therapy as a PT as well as leadership training, working with companies to create thriving leadership cultures.  Daphne is the Chief Culture Officer at Confluent Health and hosts two podcasts: The Super Fantastic Leadership Show Podcast and the brand new EIM Inside…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Leadership Coaching | Dr. Rob Wainner

What is leadership? How can you coach leadership?
This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz, brings on two guests! The first is Daphne Scott, the Chief Culture Officer of Confluent Health, to discuss her brand new podcast (part of the Evidence In Motion team): Inside Leadership.  They discuss what Inside Leadership is, how it differs from…

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Inside Leadership Podcast: How We View and Lead Our Workforce | Daphne Scott

Today, on the Inside Leadership Podcast, Daphne discusses Douglas McGregor’s idea of Theory X and Theory Y and how it applies how we, as leaders, view our workforce.  
This idea of viewing our workforce comes in the form of belief and “self-fulfilling prophecy.”

There’s even a powerful study on people regarding stress.  Those that had high levels…

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The DPT Dilemma: Is This Really the Answer to the PT Branding Problem?

Everywhere I look, there’s a constant stream of dialogue. You can hardly check your email or log in to your social media accounts without being confronted by a passionate narrative or heated debate. It’s a byproduct of the “age of information,” and for some, this environment is invigorating—eliciting action and fervor. For others, it’s completely overwhelming…

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Too Many Too Many’s – Opioids

As a nation when it comes to medical care we are thirsty in the rain.  We frequently have too much medical care and not enough “health” care.   With this backdrop we are launching a series entitled “Too Many Too Many’s” which focuses on the many areas of overutilization in our medical system. We are beginning the series with the…

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Clinical Podcast: Physical Therapy and Running | Dr. Christopher Johnson

Welcome back to the EIM Clinical Podcast!  Dr. Chris Johnson is a physical therapist and running coach who focuses on providing running advice and coaching to clients to help them optimize their performance, prevent injury, maximize their nutrition, and understand proper shoewear and foot care to name a few.  Chris also utilizes robust apps and technology for his clients to…

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Inside Leadership Podcast: Introduction to Inside Leadership | Daphne Scott

Welcome to the brand new EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Daphne Scott!  
The Inside Leadership Podcast is about “the inside creating the outside in our leadership and beyond.”  It’s based on the premise that while the content of our leadership is important, the way in which we are talking about it is even more important.

We will be discussing…

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