As you continue on in your career as a physical therapist, you way you practice will shift. Over time, you will rely less on modalities and manual..
Learn how to add strength and conditioning principles to your physical therapy practice
On July 31st, I sat down with Michael Masi, PT, DPT, OCS,..
Learning to walk after a spinal cord injury
This is a case of a 65 year old healthy woman who fell from 7 steps and experienced loss of..
The jury is out in the physical therapy world as to whether we should “love to hate” or “hate to love” the CrossFitter. No matter..
As a profession, physical therapy has come a long way from falling into the 3 x 10 and e-stim mindset for every visit for every patient. Recently,..
As new grad physical therapists and physical therapy students, we should all be familiar with DOMS. DOMS stands for delayed onset muscle soreness,..
When it comes to physical therapy and CrossFit, I can say without a doubt that this is one relationship that needs some immediate attention.
If sports are your passion, you might have always planned to work in a sports clinic. Hence, this article might wind up preaching to the choir a..
As a physical therapist who follows many popular PTs and fitness professionals on social media, I’ve become aware of a new training phenomenon..
The PT Student's Guide to Summer Break
Summer break is finally here! That means you are either one step closer to becoming a physical therapist,..