NPTE Studycast | Physical Therapy
NPTE Studycast | Physical Therapy
Jimmy McKay, PT, DPT
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Real, candid, intelligent conversations about PT... over a beer.
Sample Question Episode 4 with Will Crane of PTFinalExam.com
Sample QnA episode with Will Crane from PTFinalExam.com Get your NPTE Strategy Cheat Sheet here: https://ptfinalexam.com/studycast/ Plus 10% off for NPTE Studycast Listeners Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
Jun 23
4 min
The Power of the 5 Pillars to Profitability in Physical Therapy with Will Humphreys
Will Humphreys is a physical therapist, entrepreneur, author, and speaker. Will coaches business owners and physical therapists across the country to his knowledge and belief of profitability. If you thought that was all, Will created a medical billing and consulting company called In the Black this past April. Will tells us about the events he endured to ultimately choose his path in physical therapy and becoming a physical therapist. Will goes further in how his past has shaped who he is today and describes the entrepreneur’s mindset: learn, endure, and lead. He discusses the difficulty starting his company Rise Rehab back in 2003 but mentions that even though that was the most difficult situation he had to endure, it is possible with work. In 2018, Rise merged with now Empower Physical Therapy. He gives us a clear understanding on what “profitability unlocks possibility” means and how this benefits the entrepreneur and current physical therapists. One topic Will coaches about is the 5 Pillars of Profitability: 1.       Reliability and transparency 2.       Consistency 3.       Efficiency 4.       Stability 5.       Predictability Will has created a YouTube channel to assist business owners, PTs, new graduates, and students on success in our industry. Take a listen here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd9MwDrfXzXbDjnEqRCW8wA Will describes to us the Core Four (heart, mind, body, spirit) and how he believes working on yourself everyday leads to success.
Jun 18
1 hr 8 min
Spondylolisthesis
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Jun 17
9 min
Sample Question Episode 3 with Will Crane of PTFinalExam.com
Sample QnA episode with Will Crane from PTFinalExam.com Get your NPTE Strategy Cheat Sheet here: https://ptfinalexam.com/studycast/ Plus 10% off for NPTE Studycast Listeners Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
Jun 10
7 min
Your Finances in a COVID-19 World with Joe Reinke of FITBUX
Joe Reinke of www.FITBUx.com talks loans, making/saving money and having a plan that works for you.
Jun 4
38 min
Trochanteric Bursitis
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Jun 3
5 min
Sample Question Episode 2 with Will Crane of PTFinalExam.com
Sample QnA episode with Will Crane from PTFinalExam.com Get your NPTE Strategy Cheat Sheet here: https://ptfinalexam.com/studycast/ Plus 10% off for NPTE Studycast Listeners Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
May 27
5 min
Sample Question Episode 1 with Will Crane of PTFinalExam.com
Sample QnA episode with Will Crane from PTFinalExam.com Get your NPTE Strategy Cheat Sheet here: https://ptfinalexam.com/studycast/ Plus 10% off for NPTE Studycast Listeners Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
May 20
6 min
Congenital Muscular Torticollis
Congenital Muscular Torticollis (CMT) is a postural abnormality affecting 4-16% of infants.  Shortening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) on one side of the neck causes the infant to tilt their head toward and rotate their head away from the tight side. Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing here: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
Mar 25
10 min
Osgood Schlatter’s Disease
Osgood Schlatter's Disease is an overuse type injury of the knee that is most common in adolescents and is usually characterized by a gradual onset of anterior knee pain.  This disease is caused by repetitive strain on the tibial tuberosity via the patellar tendon.  It is most common in adolescent athletes with higher demand on the quadriceps with sports that involve running and jumping. Download free study guides from Aureus Medical Staffing here: https://www.aureusmedical.com/nptestudycast.aspx
Mar 18
6 min
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