Stay Calm…focus on your reasoning…

By: Brett Windsor PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT For the last twelve years, manipulation has enjoyed the best of seats in the physical therapy house. Careers have been made, Medici-like empires constructed, all on the back of a technique once considered little more than a party trick for a handful of grizzled old romantics apparently… Continue reading Stay Calm…focus on your reasoning…

NAIOMT Day of Innovation

Consider joining us at the Seattle Airport Marriott Hotel on Saturday June 7 for the 3rd Annual NAIOMT Day of Innovation. The day provides 7 hours of CME credit related to innovation and clinical reasoning in manual therapy. Made up of a series of short clinical presentations from active NAIOMT faculty, the topics are varied…the… Continue reading NAIOMT Day of Innovation

It’s about Clinical Reasoning

By: Brett Windsor PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT It’s about clinical reasoning. Nothing less. Put simply, the key to PT success is knowing what’s really going on. Knowing exactly why a person is experiencing pain; knowing what structures are generating it and how each individual places symptoms into the context of their own lives. Directional… Continue reading It’s about Clinical Reasoning

More on Manipulation in Washington State

By: Brett Windsor PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT Good evening…thought I’d take the time to add a bit more on the state of the manipulation bill in Washington State. It seems pretty quiet out there, which makes you wonder how the bill will actually impact practice. The bill passed the house on a 92-6 vote… Continue reading More on Manipulation in Washington State

Manipulation in Washington State

By: Brett Windsor PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT It’s been a long, long road, but finally, the right of physical therapists in Washington State to manipulate the spine has been restored, at least partially. It’s far from a complete win, but after being voted out of the WA State Senate yesterday, the bill now goes… Continue reading Manipulation in Washington State