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Answering all your physical therapy, fitness, strength and conditioning, sports performance, and career advice questions. Join me, Lenny Macrina, Dave Tilley, Dan Pope, Mike Scaduto, Lisa Russell, Kevin Coughlin, Diwesh Poudyal, and others from my team at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance in Boston, MA and learn how we help people feel better, move better, and perform better. Ask your questions at http://mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.
 
Join Dr. Larry Benz as he interviews world renowned thought leaders and shares his insights on leading with compassion, entrepreneurship and how humanizing healthcare can be a successful business model for PTs, OTs and other rehab clinic owners. Note: Clinical Podcast fans, we have an all-new clinically-focused podcast - PT Elevated. We will occasionally talk about big ideas and nerd out on research, but our ultimate goal is to provide knowledge and tools that you can apply in the clinic rig ...
 
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Wow. 300 episodes. That's 6 years of podcasts! We really can't believe that it's been that long. To celebrate our 300th episode, we hosted a live Q&A with special discounts and prizes for listeners. There were so many great questions, we really had a blast. We announced that a bunch of my courses, Dave Tilley's courses, and Dan Pope's courses are o…
 
It's easy to burn out in an insurance-based physical therapy model. I think one of the keys to avoiding this is to assure you are always building a center of clinical excellence. In fact, that's one of our core principles at Champion. Zach Baker and Rehab 2 Perform in Maryland are doing a great job with this, so I wanted to get him on the podcast t…
 
As rehabilitation specialists, patients come to us all the time looking to get back to their activities after an injury. Typically, our job is to help them achieve their goal. But is there ever a time that we should advise them they need to stop? To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/should-we-ever-tell-patients-to-avoid…
 
Rehabilitation protocols are something that we think are very important to assure people are progressing as quickly and safely as possible after a surgery. But sometimes the protocol you get from the physician seems too conservative. In this episode, we talk about some reasons why that may occur, and what you can do about it. To see full show notes…
 
One area of physical therapy that I think we can easily improve is our ability to measure and monitor strength as a person progresses. Most people we work with have a strength deficit as one of the primary issues we are working on improving. So why not measure? Manual muscle testing has limitations, and is really just a gross screen. I think we can…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
Blood flow restriction training has been shown to be a safe and effective technique that has been performed for years. The American Physical Therapy Association considers BFR to be within the scope of practice of physical therapists, but the state of New York has recently stated that it is not. In this episode, we talk about this disappointing news…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
Many physical therapists want to work in sports and fill their schedule with athletes. But realistically, most outpatient orthopedic clinics don't treat just athletes, even if the word "sports" is in their name! Here's how to find a clinic that is more involved with sports physical therapy, and what to do to see more athletes in a typical outpatien…
 
ACL reconstruction is one of the most common surgeries we see in sports physical therapy. As we continue to look at the research involving these injuries, it's always important to look back at what we are doing and reflect on how we can do things better. That's exactly what the team at The University of Delaware has done and published in a recent i…
 
We've all had the patient that comes in with low back pain and a huge lateral shift. It looks so uncomfortable! In this week's podcast we talk about why this occurs, and some treatment suggestions. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/treating-low-back-pain-with-a-lateral-shift Click Here to View My Online Courses Want …
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
Baseball injuries continue to rise at an alarming rate, however, the types of injuries have evolved over the last several years despite our best attempts. We used to see chronic and degenerative injuries in older players. Injuries today are happening more commonly in younger baseball pitchers, and are often more traumatic than the past. There's a l…
 
A common theme right now is "there is no such thing as good or bad" movements. I agree with this, to an extent, but certainly not all the time. Many people still recommend identifying poor movements and trying to correct them. But what do you do when someone moves poorly but has no pain with the movement? To see full show notes and more, head to: h…
 
Everyone wants to talk about quadriceps strength after ACL reconstruction. This definitely gets all the attention due to the persistent deficits in strength that are commonly observed. However, there are other muscles that may also be important in determining when an athlete is ready to return to sport. In this episode of The Sports Physical Therap…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
People often recommend bracing your core while weightlifting, and sometimes even during athletic movements. But should you always do this? Are there times when this could be disadvantageous? To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/bracing-your-core-when-lifting Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from m…
 
Many physical therapists want to work with athletes, but have you ever wanted to focus on just one sport? In this episode of the podcast, I'm joined by Dave Tilley, who specializes in working with gymnasts. We're going to talk about why Dave started to really focus on one sport and how you can do the same. Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/b…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
The UCL repair surgery using an internal brace is an exciting new procedure that is gaining popularity in baseball players and overhead athletes needing Tommy John surgery. This new procedure allows for a faster rehabilitation timeline and return to sport, and so far has had great outcomes. In this episode of The Sports PT Podcast, I'm joined by on…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
Return to sport testing after ACL reconstruction is important to assure the athlete is prepared to return. But, sometimes testing just looks at the basics and doesn't get a clear picture of the athlete's functional capabilities. Here's what we do at Champion. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/return-to-sport-testing-…
 
As members of a service-based industry, healthcare and fitness professionals are faced with the constant pressure to help people. That's why we do what we do, right? To help people. Unfortunately, we don't always focus on ourselves, leading to things like burnout, imposter syndrome, and stress. In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast…
 
Flat thoracic spines have drawn more attention recently, but should we be that focused on this? Here are our thoughts on how to handle a flat thoracic spine. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/managing-flat-thoracic-spine Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online cours…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
Working in professional sports is a dream of many physical therapists. Here's what it's like working in the NFL. In this week's episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Aaron Borgmann who worked in the NFL for 12 seasons. We discuss his experience, what it's like working in the NFL, and some tips on getting started working in pro…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, s…
 
It's well established that persistent quadriceps strength deficits are common after ACL reconstruction. Despite a lot of attention, we still continue to struggle in restoring quadriceps strength after surgery. As important as quad strength is after ACL surgery, recent research is showing that strength doesn't always correlate to biomechanical chang…
 
Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski for a brand-new season of the Practice Leadership Podcast. This season will focus on the Movers and Shakers in the physical therapy industry & will go straight to the s…
 
It's not uncommon to have wrist pain while in a weightbearing position during exercises like push ups and handstands. Here's some reasons why, and what to do about it. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/wrist-pain-while-weight-bearing Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of…
 
Many students and early career professionals are considering residencies to further their education and to specialize in a certain aspect of physical therapy. In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Dave Nolan about how to determine if a residency is a good idea for you, what to look for in a sports physical therapy resi…
 
We all know that working on load progressions is an important part of therapy and training, but not everyone has access to equipment to properly load people. Luckily, there are things you can do to progressively load people with minimal equipment. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/progressive-loading-with-minimal-equ…
 
There are many different options to use as grafts during ACL reconstruction surgery, These include both allograft and autograft tissue and different options for autografts. Lenny Macrina and I talk about the latest trends in ACL reconstruction graft options, the pros and cons of each, and how different grafts may impact the rehabilitation in this w…
 
The biggest complication after shoulder stabilization surgery is a loss of motion. Here's how we deal with that in our patients. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/working-with-tight-shoulders-after-surgery Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my websit…
 
Ankle dorsiflexion can be limited for a variety of reasons. If you're having trouble gaining dorsiflexion mobility, check out this episode. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/improving-a-stubborn-loss-of-ankle-dorsiflexion-mobility Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of on…
 
Welcome to The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast! I'm super excited to be starting this brand new podcast. I'm going to be featuring weekly interviews with established and emerging leaders in the field of sports medicine, rehabilitation, and performance training. My goal is to help you stay current by featuring interviews with authors of recent journ…
 
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