Today we’d like to introduce you to DPT student, Dalin Hansen. Dalin graduated Cum Laude from Utah Valley University in 2013 with a bachelors in exercise science. He enjoys staying active with anything competitive, as well as hiking and biking. He became a fluent Tagalog speaker while working with the LDS mission in the Philippines, and when not studying… Continue reading PT Profile: Dalin Hansen
As one of our stellar guest faculty members, Angela Gordon, PT, DSc, MPT, COMT, OCS, ATC, FMS recently put it, “Anyone can learn something from a book or a lecture but that doesn’t mean it translates into good quality clinical skills.” And it’s true. There’s a lot that goes into becoming a great physical therapist and master… Continue reading 6 Ways Taking a Level I Course Can Make You a Better PT
Want to become a master of manual therapy? Join us in 2015. For those who aren’t familiar with what NAIOMT provides for PTs, our CEO Brett Windsor breaks it down in the video below.
For Part 3 of our “Manipulation of the Larger Patient” series, Stacy Soappman, PT, DSc, COMT, FAAOMPT demonstrates lumbar gapping manipulation. Leave any questions you may have in the comments below. And for our New York-area physical therapist friends, we’re holding a C-516 Cervical Spine I course Dec 13-14 and we’d love to connect there. More information and… Continue reading Demonstration of Lumbar Gapping: Manipulation of the Larger Patient Part 3
Are you a seasoned physical therapist or relatively new to the profession? What questions and topics would you like to see us explore in our new PT Profile series? Tell us in the comments below, and nominate yourself or your mentor to be featured. You do not have to be familiar with NAIOMT — we’re simply trying to connect and facilitate… Continue reading PT Profile: Ryan Willis, DPT
How do you address cervical spine conditions? Do you have questions about them? Thoughts or stories about treating patients with them? As with most things in physical therapy, there’s always something new to learn. So feel free to leave a comment below and let’s discuss! Today we’re sharing a page from NAIOMT’s C-516 Cervical Spine I course manual,… Continue reading Babinksi Test & C-516 Cervical Spine I Course