Clinical Podcast: The History of AAOMPT and the DPT | Dr. Mike Rogers

This week, we’re welcoming Mike Rogers to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Mike has had a tremendous influence on the physical therapy profession, from helping to found the American Association of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) to advocating for the Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT). John, Jeff, and Mike discuss how he got involved in these efforts, the motivations behind…

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Clinical Podcast: You Can Have Strength of Size AND Retain Autonomy | Jim Hoyme and Scott Darling

We have Jim Hoyme and Scott Darling from Therapy Partners, Inc. (TPI) with us on the EIM Clinical Podcast this week! Dr. John Childs and Dr. Jeff Moore talk with Jim and Scott about their methodologies, some of their business metrics, the strategies they use to grow leadership, and how they’ve been able to continue to grow and thrive…

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EIM Inside Leadership: Working With Reactivity

In this month’s episode of the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast, Dr. Daphne Scott is exploring our nature of reactivity and why it is, in fact, part of who we are as human beings.

The trouble starts for us when we refuse to see it. We instead begin to pretend that it isn’t there and also become identified with…

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ABPTRFE Policies Continue to Threaten Residency and Fellowship Programs – Will the APTA Do Something?

CSM 2019 was bustling with more than 16,500 PTs, PTAs and students.  The Walter E. Washington Convention Center was packed with PT professionals wanting to progress their careers through educational sessions, networking and Academy/Section events.  The halls were filled with conversations regarding our profession and there was one that seemed to be the loudest: the American Board of…

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Practice Leadership: Artificial Intelligence in Physical Therapy

This week on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz is discussing artificial intelligence in physical therapy and how it can be used to further PT. He will give some background of AI and how it’s being used today. It’s also recently been an area of increased popularity, so we’re going to classify AI into four…

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Clinical Podcast: The Path to Executive Leadership | Dr. Jason Rodeghero

Dr. Jason Rodeghero joins us on the EIM Clinical Podcast this week to discuss the path into Executive Leadership. He is in a unique position, not just within the PT profession, but also in the medical and healthcare community as a whole. He’s been involved in residency and fellowship education over the years as well. He is a shining…

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Want to Move PT Forward in 2019? Take the Industry Survey.

Never underestimate the power of data. Whether it be proving the efficacy of physical therapy in stymieing opioid use among chronic pain patients or convincing payers to create clearer pathways between patients and PTs, data is the catalyst for sparking change within our industry.

But all too often, we lack the data needed to ignite that spark, which is part…

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Clinical Podcast: Working With Athletes | Dr. Matthew Tuttle

Dr. Matthew Tuttle is back, by popular demand, on the EIM Clinical Podcast! Matt is one of the physical therapists for the Denver Nuggets and a graduate of our Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship. On episode 76, Matt and Jeff discussed different ways of utilizing pain science and fellowship training.

On this episode, Matt, Jeff, and John continue to…

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Practice Leadership: 2019 Physical Therapy Predictions

Happy New Year! We hope 2019 will be a happy, healthy, and prosperous year for you! Every year at this time, we share our physical therapy predictions in coordination with Dr. Heidi Jannenga. This week, Larry shares his 9 predictions for 2019:

Physical therapy is going to have a double-digit growth-rate.
We will get more and more attention…

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