I have been sitting on a thought for a while as I work on decorating my new office. I have recently earned another certificate to put on the wall. I placed this new one above my very first manual therapy certificate and it made me think about the differences. The new one is the largest… Continue reading Does Size Really Matter?
Back in June we sat down with North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy faculty Steve Allen, PT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT and asked him a few questions that really get to the heart of how we’re helping propel the careers and experiences of the PTs we work with, and in turn, how they’re influencing the wellbeing… Continue reading Cervical Spine & Clinical Reasoning
There is a skit by comedian Michael McIntyre where he describes the difference between people leaving the house – those with kids and those without kids. Those without kids decide to leave the house and just get up put on their coats and walk out the door. And for those with kids it is about… Continue reading One Goal, Two Different Ways to Get There
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