Today it’s our pleasure to feature physical therapist Ethan Sedman, a relatively new PT who impressed NAIOMT faculty Kathy Stupansky during a recent Lumbopelvic Spine course. Ethan recently graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from New York Medical College. He was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has resided in Boston, New York, and presently lives in Colorado Springs. His… Continue reading PT Profile: Ethan Sedman
In the manual therapy continuing education video below, North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy faculty Bryant Miller reveals Lumbopelvic reeducation strategies. Get more expert tips, techniques and guidance in one of our upcoming courses including Lumbopelvic Spine, Thoracic Spine and Cervical Spine offered throughout the country.
Warm welcome to Dr. Gene Shirokobrod of Updoc Media’s Therapy Insiders to our PT Profile series! Dr. Shirokobrod is an avid proponent of multifaceted physical therapy, which includes manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular retraining and movement analysis. He graduated from University of Maryland School of Medicine-Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science, completed his undergraduate studies at McDaniel… Continue reading PT Profile: Dr. Gene Shirokobrod
Eclecticism. It’s one of the things we at The North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy are truly proud of. We have skilled, experienced, practicing clinicians from a wide range of backgrounds teaching our courses and mentoring PTs in our programs. Ann Porter Hoke, for example, trained with and worked alongside James Cyriax himself, and she’ll be… Continue reading Sports Rehab Expert Interviews NAIOMT’s Angela Gordon
Why is it you should join Terry Pratt, MS, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT in Boston October 17-18 for his Lumbopelvic Spine I course? Find out in the screen cast video below! Not in New England? The North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy provides valuable PT courses for all levels all across the country. Find one near you here.
Why pursue training and mentorship with The North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)? Here are three reasons: 1. Clinical Reasoning NAIOMT is known for its clinical reasoning. Manual therapy has come to be known to some only as a term used for a group of techniques/ mobilizations/ manipulations. This should not be true. It… Continue reading Why North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy? Why NASHVILLE? Why NOW?
In the manual therapy continuing education video below, NAIOMT faculty Michael Lucido, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT demonstrates an examination to “rule-in” a thoracic herniated disc. Get more manual therapy expertise from Michael at Thoracic Spine August 25-26 in Dallas, or find another valuable course in your area.