EIM’s weekly podcast brings you the latest news and evidence from physical therapy leaders. Listen in on the Practice Leadership Podcast with Larry Benz and the Clinical Podcast with John Childs and Jeff Moore.

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 Inside Leadership Podcast: Great Metaphors to Help Your Leadership

This week, Dr. Daphne Scott will be discussing metaphors and how they can help your leadership. Metaphors can be a great way to help us make sense of our experiences and the world around us. In this episode, we’ll discuss examples of great metaphors, why they are impactful, and how to use them in a way that will help…

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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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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Create A ‘Why You Won’t Want To Work Here’ List

This week’s EIM Inside Leadership episode is going to seem completely opposite of what anyone would ever tell you to do for your company.

Typically, a company wants to tell every employee why they will want to work at their company and why it is the best place to be a part of. But there’s something wrong with…

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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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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Inside Out or Outside In?

This week, we are going to talk about a big debate that has raged in psychology for quite some time: Is it our personality or the situation? Attitude or circumstances? Well, we know that the inside absolutely affects the outside, but does the outside REALLY affect the inside? Do situations affect us internally and does context matter?

We have a…

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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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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Listening and the Most Important Skills You Need to Know

On today’s episode, Dr. Daphne Scott is going to give you specific skills that will high-speed you to becoming better at doing the thing we call “listening.” There are a myriad of reasons why we need to become better at listening, but it’s obvious that we, ourselves, need to be better at listening, as do the rest…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Do You Have Joy?

Today’s episode is all about joy! Have you thought about joy recently? In our busy days, it is often overlooked, until we are finally looking for it. Or needing it. One incredible thing about joy, as opposed to happiness, is that joy isn’t dependent on the causes and conditions of life. We can access it at any time…

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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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