Clinical Podcast: Treating Hip Issues with Dr. Sydney Schoensee

We welcome Dr. Sydney Schoensee to the EIM Clinical Podcast to discuss all things related to the hip! It’s her passion and expertise. She’s worked with patients ranging from day-to-day hip issues all the way to professional athletes dealing with severe problems.

She brings a wealth of knowledge to help each of us learn how to…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: One Way to Stop Freaking Out

This week, we’re going to talk about the ONE way to stop freaking out. What do I mean by that? Think of comments like “it’s all bad or it’s all great,” or “I’ve got to get it all done or I’ll get nothing done,” or “it has to be perfect.” Typically, it deals in absolutes…

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The Gift

While contemplating what it means to be a physical therapist here in America where we are awarded merit for hard work, determination, and successful treatments, I realized this is a bit of an illusion.   Those who came before have given the knowledge and skill we possess as, physical therapists today.  The patients we are privileged to treat are not earned…

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Clinical Podcast: Strength and Conditioning with Dr. Brian Bochette

Are we valuing strength and conditioning? Are we valuing the exercise in PT plan of care sufficiently? If not, why not?

Today, we have Dr. Brian Bochette from Crossfit Thoroughbreds. Brian has a very interesting perspective as someone who teaches, not only at the University level, but also at the day-to-day level, someone who can do what he…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Trapped In Stinking Thinking

This week, we’re going to talk about what happens when we get stuck in our heads and lose touch with reality. We can call this “stinking thinking”, or “thinking traps”, or even “story.” Regardless of what we call it, this can obviously cause problems. While our minds are wired to make sense of the world around us which, by…

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Yanny, Laurel, Illusions, and Persistent Pain

The recent “what word is it” sound debate of Yanny vs. Laurel is a perfect example of how perceptual experiences are uniquely individual.

Which sound did you hear?  I have heard both at different times on different devices on different websites. Conversations like this happen from time to time and almost always create dividing opinions. (Here are a few other…

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Clinical Podcast: 2-Year DPT Hybrid Education

We get a lot of questions about the 2-year DPT hybrid education and how Evidence In Motion handles it. With Dr. John Childs being the CEO of EIM, we want to take some time this week to answer some of these questions you’ve been sending in!

We’re going to share some of the history behind EIM’s…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Great Metaphors to Help Your Leadership

This week, Dr. Daphne Scott will be discussing metaphors and how they can help your leadership. Metaphors can be a great way to help us make sense of our experiences and the world around us. In this episode, we’ll discuss examples of great metaphors, why they are impactful, and how to use them in a way that will help…

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