Lacrosse Player With An Elbow Dislocation

This is a case study review of a patient who was treated conservatively following an elbow dislocation. While this traumatic injury can be tricky to deal with, it is possible to return without surgical intervention if the conditions are right. Follow along to see how this case was managed and what checkpoints were used in…

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Chronic Non Specific Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain may be one of the most common conditions found in outpatient physical therapy. Some clinicians find it frustrating due to the multifactorial nature of the patient’s symptom profile and simply don’t know where to start. Let these talking points help facilitate your thought process and development of an effective plan of…

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Sports Rehab For The Gymnastic Athlete

The gymnastics population has a unique set of demands and stresses that occur with training and competition. Listen in to see what  should be taken into consideration for successful rehab and management of this patient population. Listen In On this recent podcast episode with the team at Flight Performance, Dr. Mike discusses a variety of…

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Training Considerations for Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis is a common injury seen in the athletic population. It is often characterized by an intolerance to extension and can be provoked by both traumatic and repetitive stresses. Intentional and mindful program design can go a long way in the success of your athletes. The Blueprints to Sports Rehab In-Person Course! Join us in…

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Bicep Tendinopathy

Biceps tendinopathy is a common injury seen in the outpatient orthopedic setting. This video shows a quick discussion Dr. Funk and Dr. Baker have regarding a recent patient that was seen by a staff member. Listen in to hear their thoughts on evaluation and intervention for this condition! The Blueprints to Sports Rehab In-Person Course!…

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Understanding Compound Interest

Albert Einstein has been quoted as saying “compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. Those who understand it, earn it, and those who don’t, pay it.” In investments and loans, there is often going to be interest. It is the price you pay, or get paid, when money is loaned. The interest can…

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Investing vs. Aggressively Paying Down My Loans?

If you are like most students graduating from PT school, you will come out of school with student loans. In addition to graduating with student loans, you will graduate with questions. LOTS of questions. One of them being, how quickly should I be trying to pay these off?  While everyone’s situation is different, there are…

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Understanding Your Payroll Taxes

Taxes are inevitable. If you live in this country, you will experience the benefits of what our tax dollars go towards, but also will be responsible for contributing to the funding of those projects, services and initiatives via tax payments. When we work, our earned income is also subject to taxes, often called “Payroll Taxes”….

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What I Learned From My First Job

Accepting your first job offer and beginning your career is an exciting milestone coming out of school. It is filled with anticipation and eagerness,  but also carries a degree of uncertainty and anxiety of the unknown. What if I don’t like it? What if I don’t know as much as I thought I knew? Am…

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Student Loans – What I Learned

5 Things I Learned Paying Off $200k in Student Loans With My Wife My wife and I graduated from undergrad and graduate school with a combined $200k worth of student loans. Her portion were private loans from a Nursing undergraduate degree and mine were federal loans from my DPT degree. We both knew that we…

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