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
In the video below, NAIOMT instructor Terry Pratt, MS, PT, COMT demonstrates Positive Fixation of Superior TibFib Abnormal in Non Weight Bearing. You can see Terry’s related Standing Weight Bearing Assessment of Superior Tib-fib Joint – Normal and Abnormal Video here. For more manual therapy continuing education join Stacy Soappman in Berrien Springs, MI for Lower… Continue reading Positive Fixation of Superior TibFib Abnormal in Non Weight Bearing
In this NAIOMT manual therapy continuing education video, instructor Laura VonWüllerstroff, PT, MS, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT demonstrates AC joint assessment and distraction technique. Leave any questions you may have below or you can ask Laura in person by registering for her Shoulder/Wrist/Elbow/Hand CE course in Auburn NY on May 16-17! If you’re based in other areas of the country,… Continue reading AC Joint Assessment and Distraction Technique
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
Meet NAIOMT instructor Ann Porter Hoke PT, DPT, OCS, FCAMPT, FAAOMPT. She teaches a wide range of continuing education manual therapy courses including Cervical Spine, Thoracic Spine and Lumbopelvic Spine. Following a recent Thoracic Spine course, one physical therapist in attendance had this to say about her experience in the class: We wanted to share this feedback because… Continue reading Why We Do What We Do
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