#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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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
 
 

Is there a role for manual therapy in a pain science world?


If the issue isn't in the tissues, should we be getting our hands off people?  We take a look at this question through the framework of a recent narrative review of the literature.  Enjoy!


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 2016-08-16  18m
 
 

Patience


Patience, perhaps the only characteristic that rivals humility as a contributor to long long term success, today on PTonICE we talk about why and how through several case examples.


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 2016-08-11  17m
 
 

How your physical fitness is effecting your patient outcomes


Your level of physical conditioning may be playing more of a role in your patient outcomes than you think, today we discuss a few reasons why. 


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 2016-08-10  12m
 
 

Spinal Manipulation: Does The Pop Matter?


It's a popular question, and a challenging one to answer.  On today's episode we take a brief look at the evidence and other factors that may shed light on the relevance of clicking and popping. 


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 2016-08-04  26m
 
 

How being agreeable is limiting your professional development


Few people are willing to rock the boat, but then that is why there is value in it.  Respectful and thoughtful disagreement is one of the most valuable things you can put forth, this morning we chat about why. 


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 2016-08-03  14m
 
 

Why the first 5 minutes of each follow up session is so critical to success


The first five minutes of each follow up session are hugely important to maintain patient engagement yet I see many therapists fail to appreciate and capitalize on this precious time. Have a listen and see if restructuring the first 5 minutes can...


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 2016-08-02  17m
 
 

Tips 2 deliver an effective presentation (Part 2) and WELCOME to Dr. Justin Dunaway


Last week we discussed some umbrella topics on presentation delivery. This morning we get more into execution and actual delivery. Stay around at the end as we welcome Dr. Justin Dunaway of STAND Haiti to The Institute of Clinical Excellence!


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 2016-08-01  24m
 
 

Balancing the wobbly three legged stool


Thoughts on the value of clinical experience, with a bit of advice for new grads


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 2016-07-29  17m
 
 

Tips to delivering a solid presentation (Part1)


An essential skill to anyone looking to share their message at scale is to deliver the goods from the podium.  I've got a few thoughts on the matter here in Part 1 of a two or three part series


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 2016-07-29  16m