#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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Friday Q&A: Incorporating SFMA, confirmation bias, and more!

Great questions today!  We explore the notions of anchoring too early in the examination, becoming specialized while still in school, and more!


 2016-05-20  16m

Why I love short term changes

There has been some quality dialogue recently regarding not getting too excited about short term changes.  While there is wisdom in that it is my contention that short term change is a critical piece to long term functional improvement


 2016-05-20  17m

Signs and symptoms of exceptional leadership

Few would debate that great leadership is a critical component of a successful team. This morning we talk about some of the characteristics consistently found in great leaders both inside and outside of our profession


 2016-05-18  21m

Getting comfortable making money

Physical therapists are notoriously uncomfortable with focusing on the financial side of our businesses.  This morning we explore some reasons why this shouldn't be the case.  


 2016-05-17  17m

The importance of surrounding yourself with great people

There are plenty of ways to improve, but most often great progress seems to be made when like minded motivated people link up together.  This morning Jeff talks about the need to prioritize the development of a quality network for maximal...


 2016-05-16  11m

Friday Q&A: Which "tools" to get, expanding your clinic and more

Amazing questions from the crew today! We hit on challenging conversations between students and CIs, how to expand your clinic beyond just working there, and which tools are critical for the toolbox!


 2016-05-13  21m

Learning balance in an unbalanced world

Learning from those you disagree with is perhaps one of the most important skills you can acquire.  Dr. Moore speaks to some of the challenges, both with learning and teaching, that we all face every day 


 2016-05-12  17m

Should we treat asymptomatic people?

The conversation continues!  Is there good and bad movement?  Can we prevent injuries by focusing on non painful dysfunction? This and more in our nearly 30 minute conversation this morning!


 2016-05-11  26m

My favorite three interview questions

Selecting interview questions is an art.  Great questions reveal the person in front of you for who they are behind their interview persona which is critical for determining how good of a fit they will be in the company culture.  Here are a...


 2016-05-09  14m

Friday Q&A: Talking pain science spectrum and optimal movement

Good questions today about optimal movement and how to identify patients requiring pain science interventions


 2016-05-06  23m