In episode 137 I'm re-airing episode 41 from November of 2014. I'm speaking with Mr. Hans van Helvoirt in the conclusion of my original interview. He shares more patient experiences, thoughts on challenges, strengths and best advice. I also caught up with him recently and he shared some current areas he's studying in Rugpoli, the interdisciplinary clinic in which he's a partner. All this in this week's MCF!
In this episode, #135, I feature the conclusion of my interview of Professor Jill Cook of Melbourne, Australia. She continues offering specifics on tendon rehab, references of mandatory reading on the topic and what she sees as important for all clinicians in the field of physiotherapy. All this and more on this episode of MCF!
In this episode, #133, I speak with Mr. Mark Miller and Mr. Kevin Jones of Integrated Mechanical Care. We talk about their company and specifically about the practice of providing triage for their medical referral partners. They share what they've learned, how it's done effectively and how it's impacted their clinical product. This week on MCF.
In episode 131, I've got the first half of my conversation with the owners of Advance Sports and Spine Therapy in Portland, OR USA. We discuss their philosophy including intentional efforts to invest in their staff and methods they've seen work well in hiring. We also talk about creating a great patient experience and more in this episode of MCF.
In this episode, 130, I speak with Hugh Murray, senior instructor with the McKenzie Institute and Bobbi Jo Chapman, one of only 7 credentialed MDT occupational therapists. They discuss the dynamics of PT's and OT's in their clinic, the practice of doing grand rounds collaborating on their patients and more. This week on MCF.