Where We’re Heading – and What to Do About It: 3 Big Takeaways from the Ultimate Rehab Therapy Business Summit

Last month, my company, WebPT, held its fourth-annual Ascend event—the ultimate business summit for rehab therapists. And we had quite an amazing turnout, both in terms of attendees and speakers. Over the course of two days in Washington, DC, we came together to discuss the current status of our industry as well as where we’re heading—and…

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Clinical Podcast: Clinical Rewind

This week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are looking back at a few of the recent Clinical episodes and digging deeper into some of the highlights of the content shared on these episodes to bring additional insight and wisdom.

They will be examining the conversations and information shared in those recent episodes as…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Time and Our Relationship To It

Today, on the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne is discussing what time is in our lives and the relationship that we have to it.  What does time even mean to us?  Who even agreed on what time means and how we all engage with it?

Daphne discusses that many of us, if not all of us…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Women in Leadership and Innovative Marketing with Dr. Michelle Collie

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Michelle Collie, from Performance PT in Rhode Island, joins Dr. Larry Benz.  Michelle is an APTA member, President of the RI Private Practice Group and serves as the chair of the National PR and Marketing committee for private practice physical therapy to name a few.  

Michelle is very active in women…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Unconditional Happiness In Leadership

This week, on the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne is discussing unconditional happiness and how mindfulness practices can get you there.  This is an extremely important topic, not only for making you a better leader (which will be discussed in the episode), but also for life in general, the work-life balance, your overall well-being…

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Read Your Patients’ Minds

Do you wish you could read your patients’ minds?
There are times when I think it would be helpful to know what my patients are thinking and feeling. I do my best to motivate interested prospects to make an appointment or patients to implement their plan of care. Too often I just don’t seem to connect with them and…

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It’s Time to Get Really Serious About a Real and Serious Issue

Cardiovascular disease and related disorders such as hypertension, are the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in the United States and around the world.1 This statement has been accepted as fact internationally and is supported by countless published scientific studies and position statements by various professional organizations. Physical therapy practice is not immune to the global burden of cardiovascular…

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Differential Diagnosis – The Functional Dry Needling® Approach

Enjoy this Clinical Pearl written by KinetaCore Faculty Member, Clay Jowers, PT, DPT, CSCS
The WHAT and the WHY
Clinical examination and differential diagnosis can be tough! Like many clinicians, I spent the early part of my career treating the WHAT. The WHAT is the symptom — it’s the presentation but not necessarily the “cause”. It seemed obvious to me…

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Clinical Podcast: Changing Beliefs Based on New Evidence with Dr. Peter O’Sullivan

This week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined by Dr. Peter O’Sullivan.  Peter is Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Curtin University, in Perth, Australia. In addition to his teaching and research at Curtin University, he works in clinical practice as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of…

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