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Progressing Exercise during PT

Having a background in strength and conditioning or an undergraduate degree that focuses on exercise programming is a major advantage in the physical therapy space. Check out this video to hear Dr. Baker’s opinions on the macro view of exercise progressions in a clinical setting. This secondary series from the R2P Academy will apply our Blueprints concepts…

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Return to Throwing After An Injury

Establishing range of motion, strength and plyometric abilities are critical in returning to throwing safely and effectively.  A mix of general exercise and specific throwing progressions are necessary for successful completion of an interval throwing program. This secondary series from the R2P Academy will apply our Blueprints concepts to real world scenarios. Our team will dive deeper…

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Choosing Treatment & Exercises

Having a systematic and intentional approach to exercise and selection of interventions is a must. It allows for efficient and calculated progressions, regressions and lateralizations of care.  Having a systematic approach can help reduce cognitive demand and allow you to allocate efforts in a more sustainable and consistent manner. This secondary series from the R2P…

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Hamstring Strain Rehab – Discharge

Establishing criteria for discharge and a game plan for a home exercise program are essential parts of the discharge process.  Identifying benchmarks that are available and feasible to your clinical set up will help streamline this process for your clinical decision making. This secondary series from the R2P Academy will apply our Blueprints concepts to real world…

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Physical Therapy for Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis can present in a variety of ways with regards to severity of pain and functional limitations.  How you allocate time in the clinic, developing and HEP and educating the patient will play a large role in their success. This secondary series from the R2P Academy will apply our Blueprints concepts to real world scenarios. Our…

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Introducing Nutrition to Clients

How to Approach Discussing Nutrition with your Clients The longer I am with R2P the more convinced I am that physical therapy is a wonderful setting for introducing our clients to a new way of living. Whether they are coming off of a joint replacement surgery or a season ending injury, setbacks are a time…

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PT before Back Surgery

Undergoing back surgery is a big deal for the patient and their family. Having patient interactions prior to surgery can be largely influential on establishing post operative expectations for all involved parties, building rapport with the patient and starting a personalized plan of care.   The Blueprints In-Person Course!  Approved for CEUs in 40+ States…

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Treating Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a common orthopedic injury seen across the adult population. With the increasing prevalence of racquet sports, notably pickleball, it seems to have an uptick in injuries in recent years. Lock in Your Spot with our new Community Powered Course starting May 1st! We want to connect you with our mindset behind physical…

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Keeping your Passion in the Profession & Avoiding Burnout

From Dr. Corrie Jones, DPT – lead Instructor for How 2 PT.  I’m thankful that PT is a profession that demands continued learning.  The importance of maintaining and understanding the latest research and obtaining CEUs is helpful to keep interest in the profession.  I’m thankful that PT covers so many different aspects of the human…

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ACL Prehab

Prehab is often recommended for ACL injuries. Whether you need to manage symptoms and prep for surgery or just establish baseline testing for normative data, this process should not be overlooked.   Lock in Your Spot with our new Community Powered Course starting May 1st! We want to connect you with our mindset behind physical therapy!…

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