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Assess Don’t Assume

The assessment process may be the most important thing you can do. Without it, we are just guessing. Assess, don’t assume.

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The Use of Rehabilitation Protocols in Physical Therapy

While rehabilitation protocols are an important aspect of postoperative rehabilitation, physical therapists are not using their brains! We should not follow a rehabilitation protocol without thought, that is not “skilled” physical therapy.

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How to Best Integrate Evidence Based Practice

When I teach students and young clinicians how to begin integrating evidence based practice, I always begin discussing what I call the evidence-based practice light system. Using this system, it becomes clear very quickly what techniques you should absolutely perform and not perform.

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The Dale Carnegie Approach to Assessments

You are making a big mistake if you are not applying the Dale Carnegie approach to your assessments.

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Collaboration Between Physical Therapists and Personal Trainers

I’ll be one of the first people to admit that I truly feel that I have become a better therapist by learning from and collaborating with many great personal trainers and strength coaches. Learn how we maximize our collaboration between physical therapists and personal trainers.

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Choosing a Social Media Platform to Get More Clients

With many social media options available, there are factors to consider when designing your online presence to hit your target audience.

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A Foolproof Way to Learn More in 2013

What if I told you that you could add 2 weeks of time to 2013? Learn how to gain 2 extra weeks and dedicate them to professional growth.

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Exercise Selection for Rehabilitation Programs

Some important things to consider next time you are selecting exercises for rehabilitation programs.

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