physical therapy

M 71 Teach and Pitch Ads

Learn the simple formula for getting new patients from the teach and pitch video ad. Also covered are cold and hot leads and what ads to serve up for them. transcript by audioburst, yes there are errors. Thursday. Well, sign off on minisode, 71, teach and Pitch. Add it’s summertime, I hope you’re enjoying it…

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E 175 Functional Loading Rehab Blueprints Tom Teter DC Rehab to Fitness

Fitness to Rehab is a system Dr. Teter calls “a linear load application continuum approach”. Utilizing this method, the practitioner can take patients through a process that starts with injury care to soft tissue treatment to rehabilitative exercise. As opposed to tracking symptoms like most standards of care models Fitness to Rehab seeks to find…

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E 169 Shared Decision Making in Patient Centred Care Chris Chippendale DC

Learn to communicate what you do and goals for the patient based on what they want. Patient centered evidence based care evolves and Chris Chippendale DC talks shared decision making and much more. Chris Chippendale, MChiro DC PgCert MRCC (Pain)  and I just briefly talk about qualifications and differences of a UK vs USA trained…

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E 166 Placebo Empathy and Kindness to Halt Physician Burnout with Larry Benz DPT

Go beyond empathy in connecting with your patients and learn about biopsychosocial aspects, positive psychology and even using placebo to your and the patients benefit. Also find ways to avoid burnout with physical therapist Dr. Larry Benz. Dr. Larry Benz, PT DPT OCS MBA MAPP has just a ton of educational experience and degrees. He…

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E 155 Mobile Mom Chiropractic Dr Bethany Buryta

Mobile – drive to your house- chiropractic can be a profitable practice style and allows for flexibility for parents. We also discuss software, social media influencer ideas, cash practice tips. With over 10 years experience, 3 state licenses (currently Rochester, NY), and a desire to stay active in her kids lives (part time stay at…

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E 146 Sports Concussion Topics Mansi Vakil DPT

Signs and symptoms of concussions, raising awareness, promotion of her mild traumatic head injury book that patients and doctors can understand, misconceptions, warning signs and ways to recover are covered. Mansi Vakil DPT. Dr. Vakil was seeing the normal sports related injuries in a physical therapy office geared towards athletes for many years. What she…

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E 144 Touch Education Evidence Informed Massage Matthew Howe

Bringing evidence back to massage, Matthew Howe of Touch Education gets back to the basics, then builds how to bridge the research to practice, fitting in with a chiropractic or physical therapy office and what can be done for PTSD and other trauma. What started as a couple classes being taught at his massage alumni…

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M 41 You Looking to Expand With a Gym?

Why separate the gym from your clinic for more than just money reasons? What to ask a chiropractor or athletic trainer if one or the other will work in their office. The questions are important. Here’s your host, Dr. Justin Trosclair. a doctor’s perspective, Minisode Episode 41. Well, if you’re not following me on social…

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M 40 Opioid Management 360

Patient education on post surgical expectations of pain, living with low grade pain, 30 day treatment cycles with 4 different specialties are all aspects of how to reduce the opioid crisis. Dr. Justin coming at you with the Minisode version of a doctor’s perspective, Episode 40. More moving right along. If you’re curious, not every…

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E 138 Myth Busting House Call Chiropractic Dr Jen Faber

Low overhead, no insurance, cash pay, more time with patients and higher fees are reasons to switch to house call chiropractic. Dr. Jen Faber had a successful HC practice and now consults with others to gain the same. Plus we chat travel and novelty. Why did she quit the traditional high volume practice, transition into…

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