Clinical Podcast: Work-Life Balance with Dr. Stephanie Pascoe

We are so excited to welcome Dr. Stephanie Pascoe to the EIM Clinical Podcast. Stephanie is a physical therapist, involved, not only with her patients, but also with the educational side of entry-level, post-professional, residency and fellowships. She’s involved with Evidence In Motion, working in a number of crucial roles.

Stephanie is also a working mom and…

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Clinical Podcast: Get Your Community Moving | Dr. Chris Hinze

You may already know the name Chris Hinze and associate it with biking to work or even walking to the grocery store as Chris’s mission is to get people utilizing “active transportation.” He’s doing everything in his power to encourage his community to move as much as possible throughout the day. Dr. Hinze also helps older adults to…

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Clinical Podcast: Changing Your Practice in Response to Emerging Data | Dr. Ernie Gamble

Would you ever consider changing your practice in response to emerging data, experiences had, and things learned? Do you want your practice to continue to get better and better, rather than just “be ok because it’s the way we’ve always done it”?

We welcome Dr. Ernie Gamble to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Dr. Gamble is with BSR Physical…

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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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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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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 Clinical Podcast: Clinical Rewind | Commentary on Dr. Mark Hancock’s Episode

We haven’t had a Clinical Rewind episode for quite some time. We like to take this opportunity to look back at some of the amazing content and guests we’ve had on the EIM Clinical Podcast over the last few months. We also want to say a HUGE thank you to our guests for graciously joining us on the…

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Clinical Podcast: Women’s Health Recovery and CrossFit

This week, we are going to be discussing all things recovery-related to CrossFit, particularly from a women’s health perspective. Dr. Beth Dessner from Colorado in Motion and Kate Johnson from Double Diamond CrossFit join us to give us their wisdom, insight, and experience in helping women to recover properly, and in a healthy manner, specifically pertaining to the…

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Clinical Podcast: Positive Psychology and Physical Therapy with Dr. Todd Bourgeois

This week, we are joined by Dr. Todd Bourgeois to discuss positive psychology and how it can help with patients and practitioners in physical therapy. Todd has quite the background, ranging from growing up on a hay farm, to working in orthopaedic and sports physical therapy, to participating as a contestant on American Ninja Warrior, to now being a full…

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Clinical Podcast: Evidence of Back Pain Treatment with Dr. Mark Hancock

This week, we are joined by Dr. Mark Hancock from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Dr. Hancock is a prolific researcher who recently teamed up with other authors on a paper on best management practices of low-back pain as well as what the evidence says and what it doesn’t support.

Mark, John, and Jeff will be discussing that…

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