Clinical Podcast: Looking Back Over 100 Episodes

We’re releasing our 100th episode this week!

To celebrate this milestone, John and Mark are looking back at our Top 3 episodes since our start in 2016. They discuss their takeaways and how our guests are changing physical therapy.

Thank you to all of our listeners and guests who have helped us get this far! Without you, none of…

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Clinical Podcast: Research, Intention, and Work-Life Balance | Dr. Dan Rhon

We’re back with another episode of the Clinical Podcast! This week, we’re joined by Dr. Dan Rhon, the Director of Research for the Bellin College Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship in partnership with Evidence In Motion. Dan shares how he went from being a Marine to having a career in physical therapy research, some of the “disappointments…

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Clinical Podcast: Does Thoracic Thrust Manipulation Have a Place with Subacromial Shoulder Pain? | Dr. Jay Grimes

This week’s Clinical Podcast episode is all about the shoulder! Mark Shepherd is joined by Dr. Jay Grimes, a Clinical Associate Professor at Mark’s alma mater. They discuss the latest developments in subacromial shoulder pain, including a recent study that Dr. Grimes published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.

Dr. Jay Grimes is a Clinical…

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Clinical Podcast: Pelvic Health Isn’t Just For Pelvic PTs | Dr. Jennifer Stone

On this week’s Clinical Podcast episode, Mark Shepherd is joined by Dr. Jennifer Stone! She discusses how she got into pelvic health physical therapy, some of the common issues she sees in her clinic, and how each clinician, no matter their specialty, can work to identify pelvic issues with their patients.

Jennifer Stone is a physical therapist with 10…

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Clinical Podcast: Collision Course with Pain Reframed | Dr. Tim Flynn and Dr. Jeff Moore

John has spent a lot of time on a plane recently, so our friends over at the Pain Reframed podcast stepped up to join Mark this week! Tim Flynn and Jeff Moore, two of the Pain Reframed co-hosts, and Mark discuss how our social structure affects us as providers and its influence on our patient encounters.

Dr. Tim Flynn…

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Clinical Podcast: Healthcare Education and Innovation | Dr. Mike Wong

This week’s episode of the Clinical Podcast is all about innovation! John Childs and Mark Shepherd are joined by Dr. Mike Wong, an associate professor at Azusa Pacific University. Mike is also the co-founder of the rehab platform PhysioU. He, Mark, and John discuss the disconnect between research and clinical practice, why it’s such a major issue…

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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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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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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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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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