In episode 215 I’m joined by Dr. Thomas Lotus of Chicago, Illinois USA. He shares his professional journey and those who influenced his path to improved patient care, his search for what he sensed was missing in his education, a memorable patient experience and more. This week on MCF!
In episode 214 it’s part 2 of my interview of Mr. Colin Davies, the re-airing episode 14. We talk about memorable patient experiences, effective patient education analogies, resources, studies and more. And, following, some fresh, new content from a recent conversation I had with Colin with more great Robin McKenzie stories and how he stays so interested and excited about patient care after 40+ years. This week on MCF!
In episode 213 we re-air one from the archives. Episode 13 with Mr. Colin Davies from June of 2014. He shares a number of stories from his days with Robin McKenzie, the 40+ years of clinical experience with his patients, relevant quotes and more. Plus additional, fresh new content from recently catching up with Colin. This week on MCF!
In episode 212 we conclude our conversation with Mr. John Thomson of Dundee, Scotland. We continue discussing various day-to-day clinical topics including whether there are differences between patients who are covered under a national health system versus private pay, what to do when patients show a good response in the clinic but don’t show compliance with their home program, the diploma program where he teaches and more. This week on MCF!
In episode 211 I’m joined by Mr. John Thomson of Dundee Scotland. We hear his professional journey and why he focused on the MDT system even though he trained in Cyriax, Maitland, Mulligan and other approaches. He shares some lessons learned from his patients when he began to see his effectiveness improve. He also gives some technical decision-making thoughts on when to stay in the sagittal plane versus going lateral. This and more, this week on MCF!
In episode 210 we're joined by Dr. Michael Schneider for the conclusion of our discussion and more on the idea of a physical therapist and chiropractor functioning as a primary spine practitioner. We discuss the need for such a certification, associated challenges and his views on PTs and Chiros joining together. This week on MCF!
In episode 209 I'm joined by Dr. Michael Schneider, a chiropractor, researcher and associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh. We talk about his professional journey, his involvement with the Primary Spine Practitioner certification and what one receives in the program. This week on MCF!
In episode 208 we’re joined by Dr. Bill Boissonnault, VP of Professional Affairs for the American Physical Therapy Association and author of Primary Care for the Physical Therapist; Examination and Triage. He shares his role within the APTA, his professional journey, considerations in functioning as a primary care provider and more. This week on MCF!