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.

Practice Leadership: Threats to Physical Therapy

Dr. Larry Benz recently returned from the 2018 Private Practice Section Annual Conference at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, CO. It was a fantastic and even optimistic conference! Larry had the opportunity to present on a topic and moderate a fascinating panel at the conference.

Today’s episode is a sub-topic on what Larry presented at the conference…

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Clinical Podcast: Best and Least Harmful Care to Our Patients | Dr. David Elton

We welcome Dr. David Elton, Chiropractor and Senior Vice President of Clinical Programs at Optum Behavioral Health, to the EIM Clinical Podcast! Dave shares a number of updates on the innovative clinical pathways that Optum is working on to deal with the opioid crisis. These updates, as well as some news reports, really help to confirm nonsurgical interventions, especially physical…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Relating to the Vicissitudes of Life

There are always “storms” and the “not-so-storms” that seem to blow through our lives without our permission. These storms may bring praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and pain, and/or fame and disrepute. These “storms” are called the Vicissitudes of Life. They’re part of our humanity and they do arise.

Dr. Daphne Scott talks about…

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Practice Leadership: Physical Therapy First and Early

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz discusses bet number two: The Pathway Model of Care. On the last episode of Practice Leadership, Larry started a series of episodes on the topic of “big bets.” These are bets that we need to make in physical therapy. Larry discussed these bets at the recent Ascend Conference, from…

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Clinical Podcast: PT on Main Street | Dr. Chris Moore

We have a fun episode for you this week! Dr. Chris Moore, Jeff’s older brother and role model, joins us on the EIM Clinical Podcast! Chris and Jeff managed a physical therapy practice, Back in Motion, in Michigan, and Chris continues that practice today.

We tend to have nationally known guests on the EIM Clinical Podcast, but one thing…

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Clinical Podcast: Ascend, WebPT, and Words of Wisdom | Heidi Jannenga

Dr. Heidi Jannenga, President and Co-Founder of WebPT, joins us on the EIM Clinical Podcast! Heidi shares a little about her story co-founding WebPT and providing helpful solutions for physical therapists. She also shares quite a bit of what happened at the Ascend Conference that WebPT recently hosted. It was a very exciting conference and we hope to…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Bet on Chronic Pain

Welcome back for a BRAND NEW Season of the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast!! Dr. Larry Benz is very excited for season 2 of this show, bringing you a series of episodes on the topic of “big bets.” Bets that we need to make in physical therapy. Larry discussed these bets at the recent Ascend Conference, from WebPT, in Phoenix.

Our…

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Clinical Podcast: How To Do Private Practice RIGHT | Maggie Henjum

If you’re thinking about opening a physical therapy private practice that serves a niche market and has an organic feel, today’s episode is for you! We welcome Maggie Henjum from Motion Minnesota to the EIM Clinical Podcast!

Maggie has had incredible success starting a private practice and watching it grow to multiple locations in a relatively short amount…

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Clinical Podcast: Creating a Culture of Excellence with Dr. Bill Koch

Dr. Bill Koch joins us on the EIM Clinical Podcast! Bill has been a leader in physical therapy education and is known for taking principles in advanced training and working them into a system to create a culture of excellence that has created a huge ROI. Bill will discuss how you can develop and maintain that type of culture we…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: How to Burn Out Your Team

Watching people try to multitask is a pretty fun thing to do. Especially at meetings. You’ve already heard Daphne say that it’s impossible to multitask. It’s actually, instead, called task-switching, which is a HUGE cognitive cost. That leads to lack of efficiency and effective results.

But here’s the question: are YOU, as a leader, multitasking…

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