#PTonICE Daily Show

The faculty of the Institute of Clinical Excellence deliver their specialized content every weekday morning. Topic areas include: Population health, fitness athlete management, evidence based spine and extremity care, older adults, community outreach, self development, and much more! Learn more about our team at www.PTonICE.com

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Experts do the basics well


Tim Flynn and us years ago that experts do the basics well.  I thought I understood the what he meant, I didn't, but I'm starting to.


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 2016-08-29  15m
 
 

Why I don't Think You Should Open a Business Straight Out of School


The temptation to create a brand and launch a company early on in your career is higher than ever possibly due to a combination of increasing debt and increasing ease of marketing via social media etc..  Here are a few reasons why I believe being...


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 2016-08-28  13m
 
 

LIVE Q&A From South College Campus!


The first LIVE Q&A in #PTonICE history!  Broadcasting right from South College campus, these students had incredible questions on mentorship, branding, and how to move up the ladder.  Enjoy!


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 2016-08-25  19m
 
 

To complain about it, or to change it. That my friends is the question


There are plenty of times we feel underwhelmed with different experience, how you respond to that makes all the difference in the world. Let's chat


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 2016-08-24  12m
 
 

Specificity in manual therapy: Is it possible? Does it matter?


This morning on #PTonICE we highlight some key literature in an attempt to understand how specific we  an or can't be with manual therapy techniques, and whether it is really matters. 


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 2016-08-24  18m
 
 

Over treatment of low back pain.....by physical therapists


Yes getting patients early is generally a good thing, but do we need to treat every single one we see?  Some thoughts in light of a recent JOSPT viewpoint and systematic review


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 2016-08-23  16m
 
 

To complain about it, or to change it. That is the question


Through our journey there are inevitably things we want to see changed to be done better and differently.  Whether we are in a position to effect that change is an important variable in our career satisfaction 


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 2016-08-23  12m
 
 

Friday Q&A: Do I recommend PT school, learning while busy, forming relationships with MDs


Great questions again this week!  My thoughts on how to form relationships with referral sources, the challenges of learning when clinic is crazy, and whether going to PT school is a good idea.  Let's do it!


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 2016-08-19  18m
 
 

Minimizing confusion to maximize outcomes


A confused patient is a frustrated patient, and that is no good for the therapeutic alliance. Today we talk about a few key time points where you can greatly decrease patient confusion in an effort to maximize outcomes


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 2016-08-18  18m
 
 

Self reflection needs to include your role on the team


Self reflection is great, but if it doesn't go far enough to include your skill set relative to the needs of the team, it's value diminishes greatly.  


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 2016-08-17  9m