Clinical Podcast: From Clinician to Leader | 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 Chief of Physical Therapy 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 | Jamie Lee

This week on the Clinical Podcast, we’re joined by 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 | Carleen Jogodka

On this week’s Clinical Podcast, John Childs and Mark Shepherd are joined by 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 provider…

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Clinical Podcast: Is Residency Worth It? | 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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Clinical Podcast: Burnout in PT | Brooke Janicky

We’re thrilled to welcome another member of the EIM family, Brooke Janicky, to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Brooke is our Co-Director of Accredited Programming as well as a practicing clinician, and she’s been active in the APTA since her student days.

This week, she, John, and Mark talk about an unsettling trend in the PT industry: burnout…

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Clinical Podcast: Hybrid Learning and the Future of DPT Education | Kendra Gagnon

This week, we’re welcoming Dr. Kendra Gagnon to the Clinical Podcast! A pediatric physical therapist by trade, Kendra is the Director of Student Affairs at Baylor University and the co-director of the Hybrid Learning certificate from Evidence In Motion. She discusses her passion for hybrid learning, what hybrid education means for DPT programs, and why this model has…

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Clinical Podcast: Is ABPTRFE Killing Residencies and Fellowships? | Mark Shepherd

We have some exciting news on the EIM Clinical Podcast this week: Mark Shepherd is joining us as our new co-host with John Childs! We’re grateful for all of Jeff Moore’s hard work over the past couple years, and he will still be working with us by hosting our Pain Reframed podcast.

This week, Mark is pulling…

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Clinical Podcast: The History of AAOMPT and the DPT | 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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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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