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In this episode, Founder of Taylor Insurance and Financial Services, Eszylfie Taylor, talks about balancing and prioritizing the mind, body, and money. Today, Eszylfie talks about wearing many hats, how yoga has changed his life, and his work on Mind Body Money. How is short-term gratification hindering our progress? Hear about how Eszylfie fits so…
 
In this episode, Social Justice and Sports Medicine Research Specialist, Sheree Bekker, talks about social justice in sports, medicine, and research. Today, Sheree talks about the conversations around physiology and injuries, and the different environments that affect the ACL injury cycle. How do clinicians implement the findings in the research? H…
 
In this episode, Founder of the Rizing Tide Foundation, Heidi Jannenga, returns to the podcast to talk about fostering diversity in the physical therapy industry. Today, Heidi talks about the incredible work being done by the Rizing Tide Foundation, the process of awarding scholarships, and future Rizing Tide developments. Which changes still need …
 
In this episode physical therapist and podcast cohost, Dr. Jenna Kantor talks about the highs, the lows, and everything in-between from the past year. We talk about: The effects of Covid-19 on life and the practice of physical therapy Online bullying in the physical therapy world Realizing the importance of friendship The mental shifts we experienc…
 
In this episode, Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, Morten Hoegh, talks about pain and injury management and research. Today, Morten talks about his workshop on pain, the problems in the research around pain and injuries, and embracing the patient as the expert. What is nociplastic pain? Hear about the injury versus pain narrative, treating the per…
 
In this episode, Bryan Guzski, Director of the Orthopaedic Residency Program at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and Tim Reynolds, Clinical Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology at Ithaca College, talk about their work on Movers & Mentors. Today, Bryan and Tim talk about their book, Movers & Mentors, and they get the opportunity to…
 
In this episode, Dr. Sylvia Czuppon, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Orthopaedic Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine, talks about balancing her role as an academic with her role as a clinician. More about Sylvia Czuppon: Dr. Sylvia Czuppon received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2000, Master of Science in Physical…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist at Kelly Hawkins Physical Therapy, Meagan Duncan, talks about creating safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community. Today, Meagan talks about trauma-informed care, navigating trauma during the subjective exam, and the importance of consent. How can PTs make clinics safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community? Hear about the di…
 
In this episode, Associate Professor at the University of the Sciences and Director of BTE Laboratory, David Logerstedt, talks about monitoring and responding to load injuries on the knee. Today, David talks about the most common loading injuries on the knee, difference between external and internal loads, and how to improve tissue capacity. What i…
 
In this episode, Founder of the Concussion Corner Academy®, Jessica Schwartz, talks about the nature of concussion treatment. Today, Jessica talks about her concussion experience and how it has shaped her work leading up to the Concussion Corner Academy®, the reality of long-term concussion symptoms, and some of the top concussion myths. Is it ever…
 
In this episode, Creator of Practiceology, Paul Wright, talks about 7 critical mistakes that healthcare professionals can make that can hurt their bottom line and their business in general. Today, Paul talks about Perfectionist Syndrome, the implications of discretion, and doing your own PnL. What is the true role of your business? Hear about the d…
 
In this episode, Founder of PT Crab, Luke Hollomon, talks about the importance of reading, dissecting, and understanding research. Today, Luke talks about how PT Crab can help PTs, the most common research-reading pain points, why reading the abstract isn’t enough, and how to make the whole research process easier. What does it mean to keep up with…
 
In this episode, Managing Director of Sagesse Lumiere, Dr. C. Adam Callery, talks about small In businesses in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Dr. Callery talks about the implications of the pandemic on future business strategies, the importance of agility, and understanding cashflow. How often should a business of any size check their fi…
 
In this episode, Managing Partner of XPAN Law Partners, Rebecca Rakoski, and Senior Account Manager at Contango IT, Schellie Percudani, talk about cybersecurity, especially for small businesses. Today, Rebecca and Schellie talk about business privacy and security practices, cost-effective steps that you can take to protect your business, and the im…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist and Educator, F Scot Feil, talks about understanding and eliminating student loan debt. Today, F Scot talks about the different kinds of student loans, his different revenue streams, and the value of having a diverse set of skills. How does the debt-to-income ratio affect student loans? Hear about eliminating stu…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist and Owner of Healthy Phit Therapy & Wellness Consultants, Dr. Lisa Folden, talks about diet culture. Today, Lisa talks about the pervasive nature of diet culture, how to reconcile diet culture with physical therapy recommendations, and how to support patients who are on their weight loss journey. What is diet cul…
 
In this episode, CEO of CS Thrive, Kirsten Franklin, talks about mindset. Today, Kirsten talks about what mindset is, why we should care about it, and how it affects our outcomes, results, and everyday life. How can we leverage mindset to change the results of things we don’t like in our lives? How can we change our core beliefs? Hear about Kirsten…
 
In this episode, CEO and Founder of Practice Freedom U, Jamey Schrier, talks about creating success by changing mindsets. Today, Jamey talks about developing a growth mindset to achieve greater success, what the biggest problems are that owners face, and how to ‘fix’ those problems. What’s your goal for the next 30 days? How do you keep your energy…
 
In this episode, Co-President of the American Association of Pain Psychology, Dr. Rachel Zoffness, talks about treating chronic pain. Today, Rachel talks about the failed biomedical model, pain neuroscience, and effective non-pharmaceutical pain treatments. When is the right time to refer someone to a pain coach? What are some multidisciplinary app…
 
In this episode, CEO and Founder of The Bold Leadership Revolution, Tara Newman, talks about creating a better relationship with money. Today, Tara talks about Profit First, her EMS Framework, the common blocks that women face, and helping women feel more comfortable talking and thinking about money. How do you raise your rates? How do we shift our…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist in Detroit, Ted DeChane, talks about his experience living with Long Covid. Today, Ted talks about his Long Covid timeline (including attempts to return to baseline, his relapses, and his work), the Long Covid Physio group, and the mental aspect of managing Long Covid. How has Ted adapted his life and work around…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist at Pro-Activity, Dr. Daria Oller, talks about living with Long Covid. Today, Daria talks about the signs, symptoms, and causes of Long Covid, how to implement #StopRestPace, and how wearables can help guide your decisions. What are the considerations for athletes wanting to return to sport post-Covid-19 infection…
 
In this episode the chair of Long Covid Physio, Darren Brown discusses the World Physiotherapy briefing paper on safe rehabilitation approaches for people living with Long COVID. Today Darren talk about the Key messages for Safe rehabilitation from the briefing paper: " • Post-Exertional Symptom Exacerbation: before recommending physical activity (…
 
In this episode, Founder and CEO of Rehab 2 Perform, Dr. Josh Funk, talks about his experience with the business side of physical therapy. Today, Josh talks about how he created his business culture for employees and patients, his community outreach, and how he assembles his teams. How has Josh grown his business so quickly? Hear about the importan…
 
In this episode, CEO of Performance Physical Therapy, Michelle Collie, talks about the business of physical therapy. Today, Michelle talks about the lack of business knowledge of physical therapy graduates, the belief that marketing and sales are bad, and the importance of encouraging entrepreneurship. How do we change the public’s understanding of…
 
In this episode, Co-Founder and CCO of WebPT, Heidi Jannenga, talks about the trends that were revealed in the State of Rehab Therapy Report done by WebPT. Today, Heidi gives an overview of the Rehab Therapy Report, and she talks about how technology has benefitted the industry, business continuity and growth, and the reality of burnout. How has th…
 
In this episode, Owner and Founder of Velocity Physiotherapy, Erica Meloe, talks about the business of physical therapy. Today, Erica talks about her previous career, how to foster motivation and commitment in patients, and addressing company culture. What does it mean to be out-of-network? Hear about the biggest lessons Erica has learned in her ca…
 
In this episode, Co-Owners of Kornetti & Krafft Health Care Solutions, Dee Kornetti and Cindy Krafft, talk about all things maintenance therapy and care. Today, they talk about maintenance therapy in the home, diversifying revenue, and they bust a few maintenance therapy myths. How can maintenance patients have a goal statement if they’re never goi…
 
In this episode, Circus Medicine Specialist, Emily Scherb, talks about all things circus. Today, Emily talks about recreational circus, how physical therapy comes into play, common circus injuries, and the things physical therapists should be aware of. How is “circus” defined? Hear about important lingo, one of Emily’s favourite circus stories, and…
 
In this episode, author of The Full Spirit Workout, Kate Eckman, talks about achieving success and fulfillment. Today, Kate talks about the 5 P’s of Confidence, the story behind the Full Spirit Workout, and how we can find personal fulfillment and success. How can we boost our mental metabolism? How can we achieve our goals? Hear about coaching pro…
 
In this episode, Optimal Self Coach, Jeremy Herider, talks about how he discovered, and strives toward, the Optimal Self. Today, Jeremy talks about “the Art of Becoming the Best Version of You”, why it’s important to you but more important to those who look up to you, and why we should prioritise #GenerationalHabits over #GenerationalWealth. Hear a…
 
In this episode, Financial Advisors at Certified Financial Services, LLC, Erin Hoffman and Jill Van Nostrand, talk about physical therapists’ financial wellness. Today, Erin and Jill talk about prioritising financial wellness, the different types of disability policies and insurance, managing student loans, and saving for retirement. Is it recommen…
 
In this episode, TEDx Speaker, Mentor, and Certified Feng Shui Practitioner, Kate MacKinnon, talks about getting on to TEDx stages. Today, Kate talks about overcoming roadblocks in the application process, how to prepare your presentation for the event, and how she decided on the topic of her TEDx talk. What does it feel like to share an idea worth…
 
In this episode, Creator of The Magnetic Soul-Work Success System, Keiya Rayne, talks about her process from no talk to TEDx talk. Today, Keiya talks about leveraging the power of energy to land a TEDx talk, how to set yourself up for success, and how to achieve a calmness and confidence in the Red Circle. How did Keiya go from having no talk to st…
 
On this episode of the Healthy, Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Tricia Brouk to talk about how to land a TEDx Talk. Tricia is an international award-winning director, author, speaking coach, and podcast coach. In this episode, we discuss: What is a TED talk? How do you get chosen? Why do you need to vet organizers? What makes an exceptional TE…
 
On this episode of the Healthy, Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Jonas Sokolof, DO, a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation to talk about the importance of exercise therapy in cancer care. In this episode we discuss: What is Oncological Physiatry Use of exercise in improving func…
 
In this episode, Associate Professor and Program Director in the Physical Therapy Department at the University of Louisiana Monroe, Dr. Lisa VanHoose, talks about the provider role in cancer survivorship. Today, Lisa talks about implicit provider bias, survivorship as a concept, social determinants and healthcare access, and provider trust. How can…
 
In this episode, Net Health's Daniel Folsom talks about how to use Google ads and how to boost your SEO to drive more potential clients to your business. In this episode we discuss: - How to use online directories to boost your SEO - The importance of online reviews - The ins and outs of running a Google Ad - Are Facebook ads worth it? - How to pre…
 
In this episode, Associate Professor in the Doctoral Program of Physical Therapy at Rutgers, Dr. Ellen Anderson, talks to Dr. Stephanie Weyrauch about burnout in physical therapy. Today, Ellen talks about her dissertation on burnout, the distinction between normal stress and burnout, and how these markers of burnout fit into the anecdotal accounts …
 
In this episode, Co-Founders of Survivorship Solutions, Jillian Schmitt and Kristin Carroll, talk about Cancer Survivorship and the need for Caner Rehab Education. Today, Jillian and Kristin talk about the prevalence of cancer, the importance of competency in cancer rehabilitation for all rehab clinicians, and compiling educational courses from lea…
 
In this episode, Founder of Science PT, Dr. Erik Meira, PT, DPT, talks about his campaign platform as the President-Elect of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy, and the many components of this platform. Today, Erik talks about his roles within the academy over the past 15 years, his formal 5-year strategic plan, creating an executive b…
 
In this episode, Co-Owner of Champion Physical Therapy and Performance, Dr. Mike Reinold, PT, DPT, talks about his platform in the running for President-Elect of the AASPT. Today, Mike talks about the ‘why’ behind his campaign, what he’s going to focus on as president, and how to make the academy more accessible and inclusive. What is Mike’s vision…
 
In this episode, CEO of Julie Wiebe Physical Therapy, Inc., Dr. Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT, talks about running and pregnancy. Today, Julie talks about running/exercise and pregnancy, creating baselines, the research around female running form, and she busts some pregnancy myths. When can you return to running after pregnancy? What is Julie’s definition …
 
On this episode of the Healthy, Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Chris Johnson to discuss empowering runners through rehab. He is a Seattle-based physical therapist, performance coach, speaker, and multiple-time Kona Qualifier. In this episode, we discuss: Is resistance training needed for runners? Are training errors to blame for running i…
 
In this episode, we have Tom Goom with us again to join us with our running injuries and running rehab talk this March. Today we will be talking about acknowledging types of persistent pain in our athletes or runners. He talks about the bigger picture on persistent pain and its other connections, differentiate this persistent pain versus series of …
 
In this episode, Founder and Host of Entrepreneurs on Fire, John Lee Dumas, talks about the 71000-word, 17-step, 273-page success roadmap that is his first traditionally published book. Today, JLD talks about the launch of his book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success, and we get to hear a few of the 17 foundational steps to success, and we hear ab…
 
In this episode, sports physical therapist specialist, Dr. Alli Gokeler, talks about motor learning. Today, Alli tells us about the process of motor learning, how patient autonomy is advantageous to rehabilitation, and how to motivate patients. How does Alli measure motor learning outcomes? Alli elaborates on his on-field rehabilitation model, and …
 
In this episode, 3rd Year DPT Student at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Briana Zabierek, talks about her DPT Study Guide. Today, Briana tells us about her experiences in PT school and the frustrations that led her to start the DPT Study Guide. How is the DPT Study Guide helping students? How does Bri find the time to do it al…
 
In this episode, Director of Rehabilitation at OL Reign, Dr. Nicole Surdyka, talks about on-field rehab after ACL injury. Nicole is currently the Director of Rehabilitation at OL Reign, one of the founding clubs of the National Women’s Soccer League, NWSL, which is one of the best professional women’s soccer leagues in the world. Today, Nicole shar…
 
In this episode, Owner of Sisu Performance and Physical Therapy, Dr. Ellie Somers, talks about bone stress injuries, specifically in female runners. Today, Ellie tells us about differentiating between the male and female runner, and she elaborates on a subjective and objective exam of a bone stress injury. We learn about the most vulnerable sites f…
 
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