If I Ran The World…or at Least the PT World

If I ran the world, outpatient physical therapy clinics would only be open from 8:30-2:30pm. Employers would be flexible enough to allow their employees to flex their time to have physical therapy during the day. And all commuting would be done on magical rainbow unicorns – OK, maybe that last one is stretching things a… Continue reading If I Ran The World…or at Least the PT World

When PTs Get Together…

What happens when you put together people with a common passion, nature, food/drink and people who have a heart to give back to others? This year’s SE NAIOMT Regional Meeting in the heart of Tennessee. When I started taking NAIOMT courses, all I thought I was getting was the best instruction in clinical reasoning and… Continue reading When PTs Get Together…

Quality Face Time (And Our Commitment To You)

In an organization that spans from coast to coast, north to south, it’s simply amazing when we get large groups of us in the same room together to discuss the state of physical therapy and manual therapy. To hash out how best to evolve our approach to meet the needs of PTs today, and ultimately, the patients whose lives… Continue reading Quality Face Time (And Our Commitment To You)

Women’s Health & Manual Therapy

Student Special Interest Group President Melissa Dreger of The American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) recently interviewed NAIOMT faculty, Susan C. Clinton PT DScPT OCS WCS FAAOMPT about the value of her manual therapy fellowship, women’s health, advice for students and more. Check out the video below and the AAOMPT sSIG blog, and don’t miss Susan speaking at… Continue reading Women’s Health & Manual Therapy

PT Profile: Kayla Robison

For this week’s PT Profile, we’d like to introduce you to Kayla Robison, a physical therapist based in the DC metro area. Kayla graduated from University of Central Missouri with her Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training, and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Elon University. She is dedicated to deepening her skills and is certified in a number of areas including… Continue reading PT Profile: Kayla Robison

The Evidence is Clear On This One

Let’s face it. The evidence is everywhere we turn: Physical therapists (and PT students!) have incredible drive, work ethic and dedication to what they do and to the people they guide toward movement. Most of us soak up everything from the latest research to the most time-tested techniques. We consume anything that’ll make us better, more effective PTs, and ultimately master… Continue reading The Evidence is Clear On This One