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Today we're joined by Quinn Henoch of Clinical Athlete and podcast regular, Zak Gabor of Level Up Initiative. These two have demonstrated themselves as leaders in our profession and we're happy to have them join us to talk about just that! This concludes our series of the CALU Summit speakers and organizers. We hope to see you all there tomorrow! I…
 
We're joined once again by Steph Allen (first appearance ep. 37). Steph will be speaking about ACL with Wesley Wang (Ep. 61) at the CALU summit. Steph will be addressing communication and psychosocial considerations at the summit. Here's a bit of a taste of what you can expect from Steph, enjoy and see you at the summit! Bio: Steph graduated from t…
 
This episode we're joined by Dr. Michael Ray. He, alongside Eric Lagoy (past guest on the show), will be speaking on Low Back Pain, communication, and exercise prescription at the CALU summit happening virtually September 18th-20th, 2020. BIO: Dr. Ray is a chiropractor based out of Harrisonburg, VA. He owns and operate Shenandoah Valley Performance…
 
Join us as we chat with Jarred and Jason, experts on tendinopathy, who will be speaking on the first day of CALU Summit. CALU Summit - Affiliate link to purchase your tickets to this virtual seminar Dr. Jarred Boyd currently works for the NBA franchise, Memphis Grizzlies as a Performance Physical Therapist. Prior to joining the Grizzlies, Jarred wa…
 
This episode we talk with Wesley Wang who specializes in treating patients with ACL injuries. Topics covered include: - Where to start with ACL research as a young clinician - pre-op/post-op education - Relationships with MD's - MD RTP expectations vs PT expectations - Wesley's S&C knowledge out of PT school and how to build it If you enjoyed this …
 
Bio: Nicole is a physical therapist and performance coach who specializes in return to play for athletes after an injury. A former division-1 soccer player herself, she understands the importance of getting back to performance levels of sport for the athlete and tailors the rehab and reconditioning program to suit the athlete’s specific sport, posi…
 
We're joined by Rich Willy out of Montana to talk about runners, biomechanics, and (not surprisingly) strength training! Enjoy the episode. Bio: Dr. Rich Willy is an assistant professor in the School of Physical Therapy, University of Montana. He received his PhD in Biomechanics and Movement Science from the University of Delaware and his masters i…
 
On this episode we have Greg Lehman on to talk about biomechanics. If you're unfamiliar with Greg, read his bio below and check out his website (also below). We hope this episode helps to spark discussion in regards to biomechanics and when they matter with our patients! Bio Greg Lehman is a practicing physiotherapist, researcher and educator in To…
 
Jacob first joined Matt on Episode 23 of the show. It's been over a year now and Jacob has learned a lot more about pain and his application of MDT. Bio Jacob graduated from Utica College with a Bachelor's of Science in Health Studies and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Jacob has earned Certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for spine a…
 
Nate joins us to talk about the ethics of Cash PT. He see's both out of network patients and medicare patients so he has a unique perspective. Is cash PT excluding a sect of the population due to price? Is 1 on 1 the best model? These are just some of the questions we discus on this episode! Bio: Nathan Kadlecek owns a hybrid physical therapy pract…
 
Dr. Russ Manalastas is the owner of MANA Performance Therapy which is a performance based physical therapy practice located in Rochester, NY. He's a doctor of physical therapy, board certified sports clinical specialist, and strength coach that operates out of Next Level Strength & Conditioning and provides on site services at Cobblestone Creek Cou…
 
We're joined by Mark Kargela of Modern Pain Care. Mark has an extensive background within the manual therapy world, but has now moved away from utilizing it as his main form of treatment. He joins us to discuss how he now utilizes manual therapy, the narratives he puts behind it, and what he thinks the role of fellowship training is. Blog mentioned…
 
Where do we stand when it comes to youth athlete's and resistance training? Derek Miles address that question and more on this episode. Derek has written a multi-part series on this exact topic. As a supplement to this episode, we encourage our listeners to go check out that blog series HERE where Derek has cited several research papers for you to …
 
We talk with Jarod Hall about exercise and its benefits on persistent pain. Does strengthening help decrease pain? Improve function? What else might it do for someone with persistent pain? We also talk about better ways to write goals for the individual in front of us instead of the traditional way you might have learned in school. Enjoy! Bio: Jaro…
 
Scotty Butcher joins us to talk about two main topics: Should we use the CSCS book as the foundation on which a DPT S&C course is taught? Should we call S&C something else within the PT profession? This was a blast and Scotty is a wealth of knowledge on this topic, enjoy. Bio Dr. Scotty Butcher is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitat…
 
Scot Morrison is a well respected physical therapist and strength coach who focuses on the intersection of sports medicine and training for high performance. He is the former director of medical services for the Professional Referee Organization and regularly consults at the collegiate and professional levels. His special interests include: the man…
 
On this episode, Zach and Matt review the last two episodes of the show with Eric Lagoy and Kiefer Lammi. They then have two action items for you, the listeners! Once you take action, shoot us a DM on IG and let us know how it's going. Reach out anytime, we'd love to chat and help in anyway we can. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider: 1) S…
 
Kiefer Lammi, a strength coach out of MA joins us to discuss his thoughts on whether or not DPT curriculum's should have S&C courses, where the line is between rehab and S&C, and we even touch on soft skills. Bio: Kiefer is full-time coach and the director of fitness at Champion Physical Therapy & Performance in Waltham, MA. Working under Mike Rein…
 
On this episode, we sit down and speak with Eric Lagoy. Eric shares his journey from starting as a guest lecturer at a local DPT curriculum to actually developing the course content for a S&C/ExRx course that the students advocated for. Eric provides valuable information regarding hurdles that he faced during this process. We hope his story will he…
 
Dustin Jones of GEROS Health joins us to talk about the transition from Senior Rehab Project to GEROS Health, what ageism is, and his unique approach to rehabbing older adults in the home health setting. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider: 1) Subscribing to the show 2) Dropping a review on iTunes 3) Sharing the episode on social media or …
 
John Donnelly joins us on the show to talk about his perspective as an exercise physiologist in cardiac rehab where cardio equipment usually dominates the setting. John makes the argument for including strength training in the cardiac setting. John M. Donnelly is currently a 2nd year DPT student at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY - just north of N…
 
On this episode, Zach and Matt talk with Tessia De Mattos, a DPT student at Columbia University who is trying to start a strength and conditioning elective within her program. We discuss hurdles she's faced in this process and Matt shares similar struggles he faced when attempting the same task. Bio: Tessia De Mattos is a DPT student at Columbia Un…
 
Dr. Ellie Somers is a physical therapist, performance coach, writer, athlete and owner of Sisu Sports Performance & PT in Seattle, WA. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Saint Louis University where she also played division I collegiate soccer. Ellie specializes in the management of return to sport and performance after injury …
 
On this episode of the Missing Variable Podcast, we chat with Taylor Eckel on over utilizing PT benefits as well as if she thinks patients should get a yearly check up. We also discuss assessment driven exercise prescription. We hope you enjoy! Bio: Taylor is a DPT student who believes high value, patient centered care is rooted in evidence based p…
 
Tony Comella joins us to talk about cash PT and what is commonly not talked about on social media. Hint: it's not all flower's and sunshine. We also dive into acute to chronic (A:C) workload ratio! About Tony: It is my passion to help as many people as possible reduce pain, restore optimal function, and build long term resiliency through the power …
 
With over 20 years of experience, David has become an area leader in the field of sports medicine, orthopedics, and return to sport rehabilitation. David is President/Owner of Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness, opened in 2015, that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic/sports related conditions with an emphasis on post-operativ…
 
Michael is a physical therapist and the director of clinical education at Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness. He's been practicing in the Boston area for the last 6 years since graduating from Boston University in 2013. His passion is blending his background as a strength coach with modern advancements in pain science in providing individuals with …
 
Continuing on with the Boston PT and Wellness campaign, we chat with Zak Gabor who is no stranger to the show. He was on for episode 24 which you all should go check out after this episode. We discuss Zak's role at the clinic and of course, we touch on the Level Up Initiative, where it's at and where it's going. Enjoy the episode! Bio: Zak Gabor re…
 
Continuing our Boston PT and Wellness clinic culture series, we had Steph Allen on the show to discuss her role with BPTW and her current endeavors with youth athletes! Bio: Steph graduated from the Ithaca College DPT program in 2013, then decided to stay in the Ithaca and complete an orthopedic manual therapy residency at Cayuga Medical Center. At…
 
This episode, we introduce Zach Wagner, a past guest and now a co-host of the podcast! Zach and I share similar thoughts in regards to physical therapy and he is the perfect fit for this position. Give this episode a listen to learn more about Zach, our thoughts on PT, and the direction the podcast is going. Check out Zach on Instagram @zachwagnerd…
 
Logan Deroin SPT, CSCS is currently a 3rd year PT student at Touro University Nevada just outside Las Vegas and set to graduate in June 2019 after 2 more clincals (one acute care one outpatient/sports) with plans to take boards in April. Logan has always loved playing sports. He was never the most talented so when he discovered lifting in high scho…
 
As a physical therapist at Boost Physical Therapy & Sport Performance, Aaron works with such athletes as olympic weightlifters, powerlifters, CrossFitters, international level soccer players, MLB and NFL athletes. A physical therapist, coach, speaker, and writer, Dr. Horschig is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the Na…
 
Melanie Hudson is a DPT student who loves to strength train and eat Oreo's (no seriously, just ask her). In this episode, we chat about a variety of topics including the benefits of being an exercise science major vs. psychology major as a pre-pt student, pain science and narrative's, stoicism and how she applies it to her life, and several other t…
 
Charlie is completing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at the University of Pittsburgh while working as a strength coach and training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Stout Training Pittsburgh. Charlie currently over sees the student run program that provides screenings and strength training programs to the Mighty Penguins sled hockey team and the Pit…
 
Today marks a special day, it's episode 30!!! Thank you all for listening and I hope the next 30 continue to bring you as much value as they have brought me. This weeks episode is a great one because we touch on the positive and negatives of DPT school as well as teaching ourselves the S&C knowledge we currently have. I was lucky enough to have on …
 
Ep29 is here, which means we are about to hit episode 30 next week! Thank you all for listening and your continued support. On this weeks episode we have Dr. Tim and Jess Cummings, a husband and wife power couple out of the greater KC,MO area that started their own cash based practice out of their home. Tim utilize a background in MovNat, which we …
 
Dr. Berio is the Owner & Head Sports Pain Jedi at SPARK Physiotherapy in Alexandria, VA. A Physical Therapist, CSCS & Myofascial Trigger Point Specialist, he also holds a MS in Clinical Exercise Physiology. He is most recognized for his work with competitive amateur and collegiate rotary power athletes and more recently with competitive grapplers a…
 
Kyle is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who started Adams Performance in 2014 to provide a higher level of sports performance and fitness coaching in the greater Richmond area. He received his Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition, Food and Exercise fro…
 
Talking S&C with SPT's will be episodes where I have on SPT's from across the nation to chat about all things related to S&C. This week we have on Trey Martin out of East Tennessee State University. Trey runs the @athletedocrehab instagram page (which I highly recommend following) which provides a lot of great examples of exercises that various pat…
 
In this episode, Nicholas and I take a deep dive into BFR, but we focus in on what he considers the 4 pillars of BFR are. Links: (direct links can be found on the show info page at www.missingvariable.com/25) Nicholas' personal instagram: @thehumanperformancemechanic The BFR Pros instagram: @thebfrpros Website: www.humanperformancemechanic.com and …
 
Bio: Zak Gabor received his DPT in 2015 from Ithaca College. Throughout college, he served as TA for multiple courses including MSK exam and gross anatomy, as well as getting his CSCS and personal training at the Ithaca College Fitness Center. Since graduating, Zak has landed his dream job at Boston PT and Wellness in Boston, Ma, where he gets to p…
 
In this episode, we welcome Jacob Templar, a DPT out of New York who has gone through McKenzie courses A-D and will be further seeking certification. Jacob is also an advocate for strength training, both in his personal life and for his patients. We discuss: -walking the walk and talking the talk as health professionals -MDT and its various diagnos…
 
Jeremy Kirschner is a doctor of physical therapy currently serving within the pediatric sports and orthopedic niche for Seattle Children’s. Topics we chatted about: - Jerms backgrround - His patient population - Strengthening in pediatrics - Youth sport specialization - Tough discussions with parents/children - Requirements for loading the bar - Fu…
 
Zach Wagner, PT, DPT, CSCS is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Strength Coach. He is the owner of Wagner Physical Therapy & Performance, a cash-based PT business in Lakeville, MA.Through his daily practice as a PT and strength coach, his blogs and other endeavors, he strives to push healthcare in a better direction. He believes that healthcare need…
 
Most people will know Chris Fox from the student physical therapist website which is a great resource for students and clinicians alike. Chris is the first person I reached out to for guidance on this PT journey to becoming the clinician I want to be, which is utilizing barbells and S&C principles to progress my patients to a pain free life. Chris …
 
Ben Musholt is a physical therapist and entrepreneur in Portland, Oregon. He co-authored Parkour Strength Training in 2016, and he published the Mad Skills Exercise Encyclopedia in 2013, with a second edition that came out in 2017. When not coaching or helping his rehab clients move better, he can be found exploring the Pacific Northwest wonderland…
 
On this episode I chat with Matt Anderson. Matt currently owns a small part-time physical therapy practice, which is located in Crossfit OptIMize. His full time job is at an outpatient VA facility working with veterans where he sees a lot of chronic pain patients and utilizes BFR in his rehabilitation with this population. We wrap up the chat talki…
 
Denise Smith is a certified running technique specialist and a licensed physical therapist. She graduated from Marquette University in 2002 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, is the technique coach for 3 local high schools, and travels the country as part of the Pose Method education team with a lecture series on improving performance and …
 
On this episode I got to chat with three PT's who treat different populations. Brianne sees a more active population/ barbell athletes, Vince treats/prefers geriatric patients, and Piotr sees various populations, but see's many climbers as he is heavily involved in that community. We chatted about various topics including programming for these indi…
 
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