In episode 129 we continue our conversation with Susan Bamberger. She continues to discuss her view of the importance of mentoring, shares a patient experience that she's learned from, discuss helpful resources and studies and best advice. As well as the first major announcement of mechanical care everywhere, a global outreach effort.
In this episode, #128, I speak with Susan Bamberger, a physical therapist who’s served in leadership of her state professional association, who regularly mentors PT’s, and who has made it a habit of delivering free care to the underserved. We talk about her professional journey, her experience mentoring, doing charitable work and more.
In episode 126 I’m speaking to Mr. Greg Silva of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He’s a long time faculty member of the McKenzie Institute. As one of the first to learn and teach this method in the USA he shares his early experiences include those with Robin McKenzie himself. He also gives his observations of gaining and strengthening relationships with referral sources.
In episode 123 we continue our conversation with Mr. Josef Andersen, instructor of Mulligan Concepts. We discuss more ideas on patient care, his philosophy of optimizing outcomes, resources, studies and even the comparison of scientific studies versus clinical experience.
In episode 122 I speak with Mr. Josef Andersen of Copenhagen, DK. He's an instructor for Mulligan Concepts and he shares his story, his evolution as a therapist and influential people in his career, especially Brian Mulligan. All that and more!