Enhancing Dorsiflexion and Simple Systems
This week’s stuff you should read comes from Jon Goodman, Chris Johnson, and Therapydia.com.
Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Update
My next Inner Circle webinar will be on 5 Ways to Prevent Little League Injuries. I thought this would flow well with my post earlier in the week on Preventing Youth Sports Injuries. My readers know this is a big topic for me, so I’m looking forward to getting this out to you before your local Little League seasons begin. Realistically, this info will apply to most youth baseball and softball, not just Little League. I still don’t have a date yet but likely first half of the month. Learn more about my Inner Circle program.
RehabWebinars.com featured a nice webinar on arthroscopic acromioplasty. Dr. Matthew White, from ASMI, will review the pathophysiology, clinical indications, and related radiographic findings in addition to discussing the past, present, and future of the technique.
Simples Systems to Get More Clients and Patients
Jon Goodman wrote a pretty nice article over at his thePTDC.com website about 3 systems he uses in his personal training business. I like systems, and I like Jon Goodman’s work, so I was excited to read this article. Good stuff, but what struck me more was that physical therapists just don’t think this way. PT’s read this and do this and better than a 9:00-5:00 therapist collecting your salary, pretend you have your own mini-private practice, even if your are employed.
Chris Johnson has a couple of nice videos on enhancing ankle dorsiflexion. Good tips, as always, from Chris.
UPDATE: Sorry, I read the website wrong… Looks like they are just taking “nominations” and the voting begins 2/1/13. If it says that they are still just taking nominations, please vote again later. THANKS!
The folks over at Therapydia are running their best PT blog of 2013 competition. Click here now to vote for me, it takes 5 seconds. If I win I will host a free webinar to all my readers, so vote for me then share this on Twitter and Facebook! Thanks!