Best EIM Blogs of 2017

As the end of the year approaches, at Evidence In Motion, we want to celebrate the best blog posts that our team members have shared throughout 2017. From the deeply personal struggle of allowing tragedy to connect clinician and patient to commentary on healthcare reform, this year’s blogs have covered a variety of topics that will help you become…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: It’s Time for a Serious Vacation

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne shares a conversation she had with Dr. Katherine Hendricks about being very serious about taking a vacation. With that seriousness comes being READY for the vacation so that you don’t have to spend the entire time recovering.

There are three important points to consider doing before…

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Clinical Podcast: The Residency Debate with Dr. Robert Rowe

This week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined by Dr. Robert (Bob) Rowe, the Executive Director of the Brooks Institute for Higher Learning, where he develops and manages residency and fellowship programs. Dr. Rowe’s clinical specialization and interest is within the specialty area of orthopaedics, with particular interest managing individuals with…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Organizational Drag

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, we are asking the question: are you creating organizational drag within your company? There are a number of reasons this can happen, some of which include control and security. Those aren’t necessarily bad, but can, if used improperly, cause problems within your organization.

Are we being mindful…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Setting Anti-Goals

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne talks about setting goals for 2018, now that it’s the end of the year. But not just regular goals… anti-goals. What exactly does that mean? Here’s a question:

What do you want to EXPERIENCE that you’re not already experiencing?

The untrained mind tends…

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The PT Movement: #GivingTuesday

This #GivingTuesday, join the PT movement to support those impacted by recent natural disasters. We’re all in this together.

#GivingTuesday—the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving—is right around the corner. And what better way to celebrate than by joining #RehabTherapistsGiveBack—the movement to help individuals, families, and communities impacted by the recent hurricanes and wildfires that devastated areas across…

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EIM Clinical Podcast: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science | Greg Lehman

This week, on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined by Dr. Greg Lehman. Jeff recently returned from Greg’s course: “Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science” in Toronto. This course dives into classic debates of physical therapy in conservative musculoskeletal care as well as performance and rehab. It’s two packed days full of…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Are You Creating Cogs or Leaders?

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne asks the question of creating cogs in the wheel (contributors/employees) versus creating leaders with development. She discusses, also, the difference between leadership and management as well as some different leadership types:

The coercive leader
The pace-setting leader
The democratic leader
The authoritative leader
The affiliative…

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Manual Therapy: How Do You Measure It?

The title of this blog was inspired by a slide I found on Twitter, by Dr. Chad Cook PT (@chadcookpt) during his lecture at the 2017 New Zealand Manipulative Physiotherapists Association Conference. Dr. Cook’s slide offered five points on manual therapy; this blog will focus on the fourth point.

Manual therapy is a better choice for pain modulation than…

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An Attitude of Gratitude

I know, I know…you may be tired of blogs and memes and commercials encouraging you to be grateful this month. I’m still going to talk about it, because I think it’s really important and can shape our clinical practices!

There have actually been quite a few recent studies demonstrating that cultivating gratitude can be extremely beneficial to…

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