Coaches, are you considering the impact your senses might have on your movement? You might be leaving opportunities for progression on the table.
In this episode with Trent McEntire, we talk about how he lived his youth without knowing he had Cerebral Palsy until adulthood.
Born with a mild form of Cerebral Palsy, Trent experienced pain and stiffness every day from the time he was a child. The methods Trent discovered to repair his own body also became the foundation for what would be his life’s work.
It's an amazing conversation can't wait for you to dive in!
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About Today's Guest
For more than two decades, Trent McEntire has been helping people...
If you're a new listener, then welcome to the PT Profit Podcast! We're back after a brief hiatus, and I am so pumped at the topics and guests I have lined up. If you're a return listener, then welcome back! Thank you so much for supporting us.
It doesn't really need to be said that human beings are diverse, extraordinary creatures. Each of us is unique. Part of that uniqueness manifests in how we each process information.
Coaches, I'm pumped to have with me the wonderful Dr. Jeremy Paster of Game Changer Physical Therapy today. Jeremy unpacks the level of detail that he goes into to help his patients, and we talk all about physical therapy and healthcare, Jeremy's "cheat code" to helping his patients, and so much more. It is a fantastic conversation that really shows the level of commitment Jeremy brings to each client.
Today, Jeremy & I talk about:
- Assessing and working with patients who come to you after working with another PT.
- The lack...