Constipation is One of My Clinical Interests and Passions

Here’s a phrase I never thought I would say: constipation is one of my clinical interests and passions.

Yep, you read that correctly.

And here is another: all therapists should care about constipation, because it impacts the systems and structures that you are working with. If we are taking our rightful places as primary musculoskeletal care providers for our…

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Clinical Podcast: From Clinician to Leader | Dr. Jason Silvernail

This week, we’re welcoming Jason Silvernail to the Clinical Podcast! Jason is a physical therapist with over 20 years of experience, most of which has been spent in the U.S. Army. Currently, he’s the Assistant Chief of Staff at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He, Mark, and John discuss how he ended up there, where they think…

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EIM Inside Leadership: Get Eudaimonic

This week, Daphne Scott is tackling a huge topic: how to find a meaningful life. She looks at some advice from Aristotle, a few of the myths surrounding our never-ending pursuit of a purposeful life, and how you can take this from an ideal to a reality.

What gives you meaning in your life?

LINKS:

Twitter – @DaphneScott

Twitter – @EIMTeam…

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A Little Love for Case Reports

Peer reviewed case reports have been a common study design published in the medical literature.  Although they are at the lower end of the levels of evidence pyramid, I still have gotten valuable information from a well written, peer reviewed case report.

 

As seen in the level of evidence pyramid, we often put high value on randomized control trials…

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Clinical Podcast: PT, Nursing, and Primary Care | Dr. Jamie Lee

This week on the Clinical Podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Jamie Lee! Jamie graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marquette University, then pursued an orthopaedic residency. However, while practicing as a PT, he returned to school and got his nursing degree. Jamie, Mark, and John discuss how his unique background has influenced how he treats his patients…

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Inside Leadership: Bringing in the Good

Have you ever noticed how much time our mind spends planning for the inevitable shoe to drop? And have you ever noticed that when you look at those quarterly or weekly numbers, you always look at what isn’t going well first?

This week, Daphne examines an antidote to balance out that habit and looks at the science of prospection…

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Clinical Podcast: PT in the Emergency Room | Dr. Carleen Jogodka

On this week’s Clinical Podcast, John Childs and Mark Shepherd are joined by Dr. Carleen Jogodka, a physical therapist practicing in the Emergency Department. They discuss what it’s like to be a PT in the ED, why physical therapy can work in the ED, and how PTs can help fight opioid addiction by serving as a primary care…

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EIM Inside Leadership: Letting Go of Perfection

This week on the EIM Inside Leadership podcast, Daphne Scott talks about perfection and all of the ways it can derail us. She also
shares a key practice of her own that keeps her moving away from perfection and instead, towards appreciation and gratitude.

LINKS:

Twitter – @DaphneScott

Twitter – @EIMTeam…

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Clinical Podcast: Is Residency Worth It? | Dr. Zac Morgan

This week, we’re following up with a former guest, Zac Morgan! Zac reflects on his experience with EIM’s residency, the impact that it’s had on his career, and why it was worth the investment, both financially and professionally.

Dr. Zac Morgan is a board-certified orthopaedic specialist and graduate of the Evidence In Motion Orthopaedic Physical Therapy…

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