Aaron LeBauer’s Cash PT Blueprint Book

AARON LEBAUER’S CASH PT BLUE PRINT BOOK For those of you looking to start a cash based physical therapy practice, or for those of you already running one, but looking to level up, my dear friend Aaron LeBauer has a book out all about the ins and outs of a cash pay practice. AARON LEBAUER’S … Read more

Does The College Admission Scandal Cheapen My Education?

Does The College Admission Scandal Cheapen My Education? As an alumni of Wake Forest University, one of the schools named in the latest College Admissions Scandal, I would be remiss if I did not ask “Does The College Admission Scandal Cheapen My Education?” My honest answer is…No! However, its not emphatic, and I worry it … Read more

The High Performance Planner

The High Performance Planner People ask me all of the time how I juggle 10 different projects at once. The answer is, I am ok with juggling several balls at once knowing that I may drop a few. If I am able to give 80% across 10 different projects, I know that my 80% is … Read more

PUMPED: A Diabetic’s Analysis on Her Trusty Sidekick

PUMPED: A Diabetic’s Analysis on Her Trusty Sidekick Today’s Guest Blog brought to you by Brooke Stewart, SPT. Not only is she a PT Student, but she is a Type 1 Diabetic. No better way to get information than directly from somebody living with Type 1 Diabetes. Its titled PUMPED: A Diabetic’s Analysis on Her … Read more

Gout! Why Have You Forsaken Me!?!

Gout! Why Have You Forsaken Me!?! Well, I had another gout flare up this week. You guys…I am trying to do all the right things!!! I swear! Newsflash, gout and it is painful as hell. Gout can be characterized by sudden, intense attacks of pain, redness and tenderness in joints. The most common location is … Read more

Insulin Makes the (Diabetic’s) World Go Round: The Differences Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Insulin Makes the (Diabetic’s) World Go Round: The Differences Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes If you are looking for somebody doing great things for diabetes education, look no further. Physical Therapy Student Brooke Stewart writes this week’s guest blog and its AMAZING! Diabetes is a word that is commonly used synonymously. However, there are … Read more

Teach Me Something Tuesday: Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone!

Teach Me Something Tuesday: Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone! For my blog post today; Teach Me Something Tuesday: Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone! I stepped out of my comfort zone in a few big ways this weekend and guess what? IT FELT GREAT! I attended a conference that was NOT a physical therapy … Read more

Snap Crackle Pop: Manipulation vs. Adjustment

Snap Crackle Pop: Manipulation vs. Adjustment Spinal Manipulation is known in the healthcare world as ‘High-Velocity Low-Amplitude Thrust’ or ‘Spinal Manipulative Therapy’. It is an ancient science which can be traced back to the earliest of medical practitioners. Physical therapists and chiropractors are the main practitioners who use this. Doctors of Osteopathy and other orthopedic … Read more

When PT Educator Meets PTU

When PT Educator Meets PTU There are a ton of amazing clinicians and business owners out there currently in the world of healthcare. Physical Therapy is no stranger to these medical marvels. I recently had the pleasure of briefly meeting Dr Kelly Duggan, owner and founder of Physical Therapy U in Bridgewater, MA. Any ideas … Read more