Join the R2P Academy team for in-depth and candid discussions on best practices, current concepts, and discussions on relevant topics in the world of physical therapy and rehabilitation.
The host for the Strength In Knowledge Podcast is Dr. Josh Funk, the owner of Rehab 2 Perform and member of the R2P Academy.
SPT Ben Lee Talks LTAD, Mentorship and Online PT School
SPT Ben Lee is a 1st year at Northern Illinois University and is going through online PT School while also training youth athletes, predominantly basketball, at a nearby performance training gym. Join us as he talks about his experiences in the community, his thoughts on LTAD and his mindset on mentorship.
Rodney Caffey of AOA talks about his Swiss Army Knife role as an ATC in Texas
Rodney Caffey, MS, LAT, ATC joins us to discuss his hybrid role as an ATC at AOA and how that relates to scope of practice, his thoughts on a global approach to rehabilitation, clinical education, injury prevention programs and more!!
Dr. Craig Phifer of the Rehabiliation and Performance Institute joins to talk PT Business
Craig Phifer, PT, MHA is an entrepreneur and private practice owner. He is the CEO of the Rehabilitation & Performance Institute as well as the owner of the Private Practice Rebellion. He believes that businesses need to do two things well - 1. Serve people 2. Create profit - and they need to do it in that order to be successful. Craig is a husband and father of three. He's also an avid runner and St. Louis Cardinals fan. Craig is will be really excited when the Evansville Purple Aces go to the NCAA Basketball Tournament for the first time this century.
DPT Student Alex Hubelbank joins us to share her Unorthodox Path to Physical Therapy
Alex Hubelbank shares her path to physical therapy which began in the tech industry. She shares her thoughts on the state of the profession, where things need changed and where she hopes they are going.
Dylan Gutheil of Flight Performance (Boston, MA) talks training, assessment, COVID and More!
Dr. Greg Hartley of the University of Miami discusses Clinical Education, Mentorship, and More!
Dr. Greg Hartley discusses changes to clinical education, the benefits of residency and fellowship, what mentorship should look like and more.
Dr. Greg Hartley is an Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and is currently the President of APTA Geriatrics (the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy, Inc.). He is a Board-certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, an Advanced Credentialed Exercise Expert for Aging Adults and a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice. He is the founding Program Director of the first APTA accredited geriatric physical therapy residency in the U.S.
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Best Podcast For PTs
Josh is very knowledgeable in sports medicine and brings on industry leaders to speak about their specialties. You need to listen.