Provide Care for Patients Like a Fox Not a Hedgehog

Pain, especially persistent pain, is complex and usually a multifactorial problem. Because it is multifactorial and having a number of factors and causes involved it is very rare a single intervention will solve it. Sure, we will hear the stories from individuals who report that a single intervention was what fixed their back pain or fibromyalgia symptoms – just read the…

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Hybrid Education is not Special

As a DPT faculty in Baylor’s new accelerated, hybrid DPT model (and someone who has served as an adjunct faculty at South’s newly accredited hybrid DPT program), I get a lot of questions about “hybrid education.”
“Do you ever even teach or do you just record lectures for students to watch online?”

“What do you use to run…

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Satisfied or Not Satisfied? That is the Question.

I have been working in outpatient orthopedics for just shy of 20 years.  Most of those years has been a combination of clinical care and operations within the outpatient physical therapy industry.  Years ago, I heard a statistic that has stuck with me for many years.  The statistic is as follows: The average outpatient physical therapist will leave outpatient clinical…

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