Therapists In Motion

Therapists In Motion

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Episodes

October 1, 2022 21 min
Are you ready to attend The Huddle 2023? On today's podcast, Dan and Bekah are joined by Co-Course Directors of The Huddle, Brett Fischer, and Dr. Gary Waslewski! We will share some behinds the scenes information on why The Huddle is The Huddle and a sneak peek at the amazing group of speakers we have coming to Phoenix, AZ, on March 10th and 11th of 2023!
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Do you have an interest in pursuing sports medicine at the professional level? Dr. Gary Waslewski, MD, and Brett Fischer join the podcast today, to share their expertise from years of working within sports medicine at the professional sports level. Dr. Waslewski is the Head Team Physician for both the Arizona Cardinal and Arizona Diamondbacks. Brett Fischer, PT, has been with the Arizona Cardinals for 14th years!
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September 8, 2022 23 min
Collaboration, but what does it really mean within the network of sports medicine? Dan Miriovsky is joined today by Bekah Hibbert and Keisuke Kanno to discuss the key components of collaboration and strategies to integrate into your daily routine!
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This opening will leave you both confused and eager to learn more about the essentials of exercise prescription. Today, Paul Gagliano is joined again by Dan Miriovsky and Keisuke Kanno to discuss additional components of prescribing improved exercise programs, while not specifically talking about exercise science.
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August 5, 2022 39 min
No, this is not a risk management discussion, but rather a discussion focused on voids in many therapists knowledge! Dan Miriovsky is joined by Paul Gagliano and Keisuke Kanno to discuss the concepts from the science of exercise of energy systems, load and intensity!
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Being a good consumer of research is part of our professional responsibility. Today, Dan Miriovsky is joined by Paul Gagliano and Keisuke Kanno to discuss levels of evidence and how we find time to integrate research into our clinical practice. The three discuss not underestimating the power of the patient in front of you to assist with building your body of knowledge.  There are some incredible nuggets to assist with developing pa...
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Being a good consumer of research is a crucial aspect of our professional responsibility.  Today, Paul Gagliano is joined by Keisuke Kanno and Dan Miriovsky to continue the series, More Research is Needed.  The three discuss the question whether or not research can be wrong.  They discuss two different articles during this episode, "Formal Physical Therapy after Total Hip Arthroplasty is Not Required" and "Outcomes of T...
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The statistics are staggering...our role is crucial.  Tune in as Paul Gagliano leads a discussion with Keisuke Kanno and Dan Miriovsky, on the epidemic of UCL injuries and the responsibility of the physical therapist in management and education.
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March 30, 2022 20 min
You do not want to miss this episode, as Dan Miriovsky and Bekah Hibbert, share some of the highlights from "The Huddle 2022" sports medicine conference. If you missed this conference, check out this debrief and then purchase the on-demand package to catch all the action and information! The Huddle: Virtual
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February 23, 2022 30 min
Bro, stretching, really? Mobility, stability, mostability, stamobility, creating mobility without stability creates instability...Holy cow my brain hurts. Dan Miriovsky is joined once again by Keisuke Kanno and John Kline for a philosophical discussion surrounding mobility versus stability. You will see this trio challenged by the questions and we hope it stimulates thoughts and discussions amongst you and your colleagues.
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January 27, 2022 38 min
Our popular series makes a triumph return in 2022 as Dan Miriovsky is joined by Keisuke Kanno and John Kline to discuss ankle sprains. The three take time to not only discuss commonly found exercises on google, but they integrate a review article published in December of 2020 in the World Journal of Orthopedics, 'Acute ankle sprains in athletes: Clinical aspects and algorithmic approach' to drive the discussion.
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The second edition of "More Research is Needed" with a practical example on how to read and interrupt research.  Paul Gagliano, Keisuke Kanno and Dan Miriovsky join together to discuss, "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? Open Chain Exercises after ACL Reconstruction" from JOSPT Sept 2020. They discuss the three main points of the article and how it can be utilized during programming for patients.
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A new series to focus on improving the ability to be a consumer of research. Paul Gagliano PT, DPT, Dan Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC and Keisuke Kanno, PT, DPT, FAFS, CSCS gather together to kick off this series.  The three discuss the spectrum from 'research is everything' to 'function is everything.'  This theoretical discussion will lead you thinking about how you consume research and implement into your cl...
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You down with O/PT? Wait, I know what a PT is and does, but what about an OT? Occupational therapist, Natalie Black OT, MOT, joins the pod today to discuss with Dan Miriovsky and Paul Gagliano the similarities and differences between physical and occupational therapy.
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Engage. Intervene. Train. It is time for an update...a fresh logo matched with new theme music and what do you get, a significant piece of wisdom! Paul Gagliano, PT, DPT and Dan Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC are joined by Tim Spooner, PT, FAFS to discuss the key characteristics of therapists that will be successful in the healthcare biosphere moving forward.
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Learning. Progression. Mindset. Comfortable being uncomfortable. Paul Gagliano, PT, DPT and Dan Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC are joined today by Keisuke Kanno (K2), PT, DPT, FAFS, CSCS, the newest member of our Practice Performance team, and Bekah Hibbert, ATC, Director of Sports Medicine at Spooner Physical Therapy, to discuss the mentality of lifelong learning.
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Paul Gagliano, PT, DPT and Dan Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC are joined today by Tim Spooner, PT, FAFS and Alicia Dulaney, PT, DPT, NCS to discuss the role of neurologic based approaches in outpatient orthopedics.? Tim and Alicia both share their professional journey that has led to successful outcomes. The four discuss pathways for success for therapists who have a strong desire to improve the skillset and treatment philosoph...
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April 8, 2021 34 min
DPT is joined bye Sara Gagliano, PT, DPT, CLT-UE, Stephanie Winkler, PT, DPT and Dillon Moeller, PT, DPT, FAFS to discuss the transition from student to the professional life and tips to make the transition successful.
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February 26, 2021 24 min
How do you approach an athlete that comes through your clinic and participates in a sport/task that you are completely unfamiliar with? Dan Miriovsky is joined by Paul Gagliano and Sara Gagliano to discuss strategies and some go to baseline measures to assist with helping these athletes achieve!
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January 28, 2021 37 min
PSA ==> Take off your mask for your health and the health of those around you! Stay tuned as Andrew Walquist, PT, DPT, FAFS, OCS joins us today to discuss his professional journey and the importance of critical self-reflection. Listen closely to the advice and wisdom Andrew provides to all of us to improve our physical, spiritual and mental wellbeing.
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