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Experts from Evidence In Motion discuss new research, clinical applications and the leadership skills rehab professionals need to succeed.

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Experts from Evidence In Motion discuss new research, clinical applications and the leadership skills rehab professionals need to succeed.

    Clinical Podcast: Using OSPRO in Your Clinic | Trevor Lentz

    Clinical Podcast: Using OSPRO in Your Clinic | Trevor Lentz

    On this week's episode of Clinical Podcast, Trevor Lentz, PT, PhD, MHA, an Assistant Professor in Duke University's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, discusses his research paper, Optimal Screening for Prediction of Referral and Outcome (OSPRO) for Musculoskeletal Pain Conditions, which led to a tool that determines yellow flags that can correlate psychological factors with pain experiences. Listen in to hear how the research affects your patients, and how you can utilize the OSPRO scoring tool in your clinic.



    Links:

    Optimal Screening for Prediction of Referral and Outcome (OSPRO) for Musculoskeletal Pain Conditions

    OrthoPT's OSPRO Scoring Tool

    trevor.lentz@duke.edu

    @TrevorLentzPT

    @ShepDPT

    @childsjd

    @EIMTeam

    • 32 min
    Clinical Podcast: Career Advice for Students Part 2 | Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski

    Clinical Podcast: Career Advice for Students Part 2 | Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski

    On this week's episode of Clinical Podcast, John and Mark continue their conversation with Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski, discussing career advice for DPT students and new health care professionals looking to make a difference with their careers. Whether you are a PT, OT, PTA or any other aspiring health care professional, you will find something to help you in your career.

    Links:

    Bryan Guzski

    Tim Reynolds

    @shepdpt

    @childsjd

    @eimteam

    • 18 min
    Clinical Podcast: Career Advice for Students | Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski Part 1

    Clinical Podcast: Career Advice for Students | Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski Part 1

    In this week’s episode of Clinical Podcast, Dr. Tim Reynolds and Dr. Bryan Guzski join John and Mark to switch up the interview formula. Tim and Bryan ask Mark and John what their advice is for young health care professionals and students looking to become a PT, OT or any other health care professional. This is just part one of the conversation with Bryan and Tim, so join us next week to hear the rest of the conversation.

    Links:

    Bryan Guzski

    Tim Reynolds

    @shepdpt

    @childsjd

    @eimteam

    • 26 min
    Clinical Podcast: The Importance of the Subjective Exam | Dr. Chris Dickerson

    Clinical Podcast: The Importance of the Subjective Exam | Dr. Chris Dickerson

    How does the subjective examination set apart rehab professionals from other health care providers? Dr. Chris Dickerson, owner of Puget Sound Physical Therapy and instructor for Bellin College's Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship, joins Mark on this week's episode to discuss how the patient interview guides your clinical reasoning, the top questions you have to ask during every subjective examinations, how the subjective examination can affect your relationship with your patient, and much more.



     



    Links:



    @shepdpt



    Chris Dickerson



    @eimteam

    • 35 min
    Practice Leadership Podcast: 2020 #PhysicalTherapy Predictions

    Practice Leadership Podcast: 2020 #PhysicalTherapy Predictions

    Happy New Year! Dr. Larry Benz has once again compiled a list of predictions for what’s to come in the year ahead in health care. Listen in to stay up to date on what 2020 will look like for your practice!



    2020 #PhysicalTherapy Predictions







    Second consecutive year of the largest reimbursement drop in our history. APTA's Lack of Vision 2020 in part responsible for not allowing PT's to be autonomous practicing within their scope of license.

    More and more resources will be available for adherence to the rules and compliance. Sad that these courses are growing faster than clinical ones!

    The middlemen of the PT world - so called specialty benefit managers - will continue to get large pushback, and in work comp, a big push towards disintermediation as they only create value for themselves-not their customers.

    Contract therapy and home health will decrease utilization of a PT but will over emphasize PTAs but nobody really is listening.

    More and more employers will develop programs for their PTs to reduce their student debt.

    Telehealth adoption by PT providers will be high, adoption for physical therapy by patients very low-unless of course texting is considered Telehealth.

    Pathway model/physical therapist first will continue to demonstrate value but preaching will still outpace practice. PT companies aren't even adopting the very model they ascribe.

    Price transparency will get a lot of attention but not a lot of implementation.

    Joint ventures by hospitals with MD groups and private equity-backed spine and ortho groups will significantly increase in part because private ASCs, imaging, DME, and physical therapy have value in the marketplace.

    The skeptical, demanding patient and consumer will elevate to even higher demands of service expectations.







    Check out the prior years predictions!



    2012: APTA's Vision 2020: My 12 Year Report Card

    2019: Practice Leadership: 2019 Physical Therapy Predictions



    Links:



    @physicaltherapy

    @eimteam

    • 17 min
    Clinical Podcast: Think Before You 3×10 | Dr. Neil Sheth

    Clinical Podcast: Think Before You 3×10 | Dr. Neil Sheth

    In this week's episode, Dr. Neil Sheth from TexPTS joins Mark and John to discuss loading and strength and conditioning and programming and how they play into mentoring residents at his clinic.



    Neil shares a specific case example of a 33 year old male that had persistent knee pain and how he was able to move him past straight leg raises and quad sets.



    Links:



    Neil Sheth

    @EIMTeam

    @ShepDPT

    @childsjd

    • 23 min

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