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Manual Therapy Forum

Matthew S. Thomason DPT, OCS, CFMT, FFMT, CMPT, FAAOMPT

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Manual Therapy Forum is a website dedicated to the clinician practicing manual therapy. We offer instructional videos, opinion posts, case reports, and blog podcasts of interviews with key figures in the world of manual therapy. All to inspire, educate, and empower manual therapy practitioners around the world!
 
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Welcome back to the podcasts! This episode features Shirley Sahrmann. Many of you likely know of Shirley from her research, teachings with Washington University in St. Louis, or her texts for Movement System Impairment Syndromes. I wanted to speak with Shirley to gain a better perspective on her background and thoughts regarding her point of view. …
 
Welcome back everyone! This conversation is with Ken Olson. If you are at all active within the manual (physical) therapy community, or have attended a conference of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT), you have likely heard of Ken. He has been heavily involved in all depths of the AAOMPT and the International Fe…
 
This is our latest interview with a high-caliber manual therapist. Jack Stagge is a physical therapist that teaches coursework that was pioneered by the late-great Bob Elvey. I actually have had the privelage of being a student under Jack many years ago, and even got to live in his house during that time. He is certainly an extremely talented manua…
 
Hi! Thanks for subscribing to Manual Therapy Forum for updates on new content. In this podcast, I answer questions that a student had sent me regarding various topics of being a young professional. Many things discussed could be helpful to clinicians of all experience levels. I would sincerely appreciate your feedback and thoughts regarding these t…
 
We get to speak with Tim Flynn for a little while in our latest conversation here. Tim is able to give us insight into his background and how his overall approach has evolved with time and research findings. He has been well known recently as a staunch advocate for the physical therapy profession to be first choice as musculoskeletal healthcare pro…
 
Here is a compilation of recordings from APTA CSM 2018. We'll even include some time stamps if you'd like to go straight to one particular interview. Enjoy!Heather Purdin MS, PT, CMPT - 3:28Functional Movement Screen & Selective Functional Movement Assessment (Aline Thompson PT, DPT, OCS)- 13:38Postural Restoration Institute (Jennifer Platt DPT, AT…
 
Today, we are sharing our conversation with Bill Boissonnault. In it, you get to hear how Bill got started as the primary author of one textbook all of us probably had to get in graduate school (or should have gotten). You also get to learn of some big influences in his early career in terms of manual therapy education. This is a shorter interview …
 
Gail Wetzler joins us next in our interview series, and I'll go ahead and say it now... you're welcome. Seriously, make sure you save some time in your day/week/whatever to listen to this conversation with Gail. Especially if you are a younger clinician trying to wade through the manual therapy realm of your profession. In our time with Gail, we ge…
 
Joe Farrell is our next guest to the blog in our series of interviews. He is recently retired as a private practice owner in California, but is still quite active within the profession. One of the things that makes Joe special (one of many indeed!) is that he was a founding member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (A…
 
Mike Baum is the next friend we get to speak with in our series of interviews. He is a practice owner in Junction City, OR that probably treats a more wide-variety of patients than most of us on any given day. Talk about a well-integrated clinician... with a background in multiple different manual therapy approaches; as well as PNF, he could probab…
 
During this interview, Ray and I discuss some of the physiology behind blood metrics like cholesterols, triglycerides, blood glucose and insulin; as well as chronic diseases such as diabetes, metabolic disorders, etc. that can all be changed (for the better) through an appropriate diet/lifestyle. Our conversation centers mainly around the low carbo…
 
Brett Windsor is our guest for this interview. Talk about a great guy with a lot of knowledge and wisdom to share. It's likely no coincidence he is the CEO of the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and Director of Clinical Excellence for ATI Physical Therapy. Listen in and pick up on a lot of great things from Brett.Als…
 
During this interview, Ray and I discuss some of the physiology behind blood metrics like cholesterols, triglycerides, blood glucose and insulin; as well as chronic diseases such as diabetes, metabolic disorders, etc. that can all be changed (for the better) through an appropriate diet/lifestyle. Our conversation centers mainly around the low carbo…
 
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