Peeling the onion…

By Brett Windsor, PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT Defense: The standard reaction to anything new. We act to protect that which exists. “We’ve always done it this way.” Well, as W.L. Bateman said, “If you keep on doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always got”. And so it is with clinical reasoning…largely,… Continue reading Peeling the onion…

Clinical Reasoning & Eclecticism

By Brett Windsor, PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT As teachers, do we teach what WE know? Or do we teach what students SHOULD know? Our post today is on the topic of clinical reasoning. Clinical reasoning is a ‘hot’ term. It has been for a while now. Everyone agrees it is important. Everyone agrees that students need… Continue reading Clinical Reasoning & Eclecticism

A New Beginning!!

By Brett Windsor, PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT Welcome to the NAIOMT blog!! We’re getting started again, after an admittedly long hiatus. It’s time to start some new conversations and to continue some old ones. It’s time to reconnect with old friends, and to connect with some new ones. Most of all, it’s time to talk… Continue reading A New Beginning!!