Clinical Podcast: How to Build a Culture of Excellence | Dr. Bridgit Finley

We are so excited to welcome Dr. Bridgit Finley to the EIM Clinical Podcast this week! This is an interview that Dr. John Childs and Dr. Jeff Moore have wanted to do for quite some time. Not only does Dr. Finley have tremendous experience and expertise in the world of physical therapy, but she is a shining example of someone…

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Practice Leadership: The Ultimate Holiday Gifts for Physical Therapy

Our final EIM Practice Leadership Podcast for 2018 is upon us! This week, Dr. Larry Benz will be discussing 2 things: Gifts to be given TO the PT profession and gifts that WE can give back to the PT profession.

In his first Ultimate Holiday Gift Wishlist, Larry shares some things that he would like to see gifted to the…

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EIM Inside Leadership: It’s Behavior That Gets Results

Happy December! It’s our last Inside Leadership episode for 2018. It is time to celebrate what we’ve accomplished, let go of the old, and bring in the new! It’s one of Daphne’s favorite times of the year! This time of year is also a great time of reflection and establishing our vision for the future. As…

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Clinical Podcast: Adopting Telehealth Initiatives | Dr. Alan Lee

This week on the EIM Clinical Podcast, Dr. John Childs and Dr. Jeff Moore welcome Dr. Alan Lee, an Associate Professor at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles, to discuss telehealth and where we are as a profession in being able to adopt telehealth initiatives. They will also talk about some of the regulatory and payment challenges, and…

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Clinical Podcast: Do Less, Better | Dr. Mark Shepherd

We welcome Dr. Mark Shepherd back to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Mark is now the Assistant Director for the Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Program at Bellin College. He’s also still part of the faculty at Evidence In Motion and the International Spine and Pain Institute, and Assistant Professor at South College.

Mark will be sharing updates with the…

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Practice Leadership: Outcomes

This week on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz will be discussing a somewhat controversial topic.

That topic is outcomes.

Larry read in PT in Motion that MIPS (Merit-based Incentive Payment System) is now a movement into value-based payments. However, that is something that we fully disagree with. It’s like saying tap-dancing is the…

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MIPS: Is it Worth it?

With 2019 right around the corner, the question on many rehab therapists’ minds is what to do about Medicare’s Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). While next year will be the first year that PTs are eligible to participate, most won’t be required to do so (based on CMS’s eligibility criteria). In fact, the majority of rehab…

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Black Friday & Happiness

Black Friday… that’s what today is.

What is it about Black Friday that keeps the tradition alive? Is it scouring ads and discussing with family or friends the best deals? Is it the planning of where to go when? Is it the excitement of shopping – finding the item, waiting in line and bagging the deal? Is it the hunt…

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8 Benefits of Gratitude

What is Gratitude?

There are two key elements to gratitude. The first is an affirmation of goodness. The other is a recognition and affirmation of sources outside ourselves.

The Benefits

If you Google the evidence or benefits of gratitude, the following seven items will show up in several articles, each elaborating on the details in various ways:

Opens doors to…

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Clinical Podcast: Physical Therapy for the Denver Nuggets | Dr. Matthew Tuttle

We welcome Dr. Matthew Tuttle to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Matt is one of the physical therapists for the Denver Nuggets. He’s also an EIM Fellow and brings some incredible pearls of wisdom to this week’s episode.

He and Jeff will be discussing different ways of utilizing pain science and fellowship training. Since Matt works with high-level…

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