Special Called to Care Workshop on March 8, 2014

Don’t miss the Called to Care Workshop with Dr. Larry Benz, DPT, MBA, OCS, MAPP on March 8, 2014 in Louisville, KY.  

Embrace the significant evidence around empathy, listening, high-quality connections and the science of positive psychology with the Called to Care Course that focuses on non clinical factors that impact successful clinical outcomes.

Dr. Larry Benz will…

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Called to Care Podcast with Larry Benz

Larry Benz was recently featured on the Functional Freedom with Paul Potter, PT Website.  Larry talks about the Called to Care Course that is offered this January and covers the following subjects:

Evidence correlating better clinical outcomes with empathy, compassion, and high-quality connections
Helping you find renewed purpose, meaning, and calling as a therapist
Replace “cookbook” therapy practice with…

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Dr. Larry Benz to Facilitate Special Version of Called to Care Beginning January 2014

Evidence In Motion (EIM) is thrilled to announce that Dr. Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MAPP, and CEO of PT Development (PTD), will be facilitating a live version of EIM’s recently released Called to Care course January 20th – February 28th, 2014. Carmen Maria Romero, PT, and Izetta Slade, PTD’s Director of Performance Training and Development, will also help…

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Don’t Miss EIM At PPS

Evidence in Motion (EIM) will have a large presence at the upcoming American Physical Therapy Association Private Practice Section Annual Conference in New Orleans. The conference, which will take place November 6-9, 2013, will feature presentations from nine EIM faculty members, including two members of the executive team. Dr. Larry Benz, DPT, MBA, OCS and Dr. John Childs, PT…

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Visit the EIM Booth and Check Out EIM Faculty Presenting at the AAOMPT Conference this October

EIM is set to have a large presence at the upcoming American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) conference, which will take place October 16-20th, 2013 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

We will be giving attendees an opportunity to win a prize after stopping by our booth during the conference. Any attendee inquiring about EIM programs will be entered to…

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Placebo, Nocebo, and Expectations: Leveraging Positive Outcomes

As physical therapists, have we fully understood how we consciously or unconsciously shape patient expectations and thus influence outcomes through placebo (positive) or nocebo (negative) pathways? Have we internalized how our framing of patient problems and our resultant verbal and nonverbal clinical behavior influence patient outcomes? Perhaps most importantly, have we fully embraced placebos as an effective tool in our…

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Beat Your BATNA: How to Negotiate Wise Agreements

Click here to view Beat Your BATNA: How to Negotiate Wise Agreements, which was published in the June 2013 edition of IMPACT (a publication from the Private Practice Section of the APTA) and authored by David Browder, PT, DPT, OCS.

David is a private practice member and Program Director for EIM’s Institute for Managerial Leadership and on faculty for…

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Oppose AB 1000 and CPTA BOD Actions

Physical therapy, especially outpatient private practice, is being threatened in California.  Unfortunately, our own leaders of the California Chapter of the APTA are a significant part of the problem.  Hundreds of therapists in CA and the Independent Physical Therapists of CA (iPT CA) are very concerned about the compromises in the current version of AB 1000.

This bill will grant…

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Legislators Made the Right Choice – Manipulation Bill (SB 381) Defeated!

Thanks to all of you who sent or faxed in letters and made phone calls in opposition of SB 381.  Yesterday there was a strong coalition of physical therapists at the CA State Capital, and the legislatures made wise decisions in stopping the California Chiropractic Association’s bill, SB 381.  The legislator’s clearly saw through the rhetoric and smooth…

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