A Closer Look at Women’s Wellness with Meghan Barrington

In this episode, Meghan Barrington joins me to discuss a variety of topics regarding women's wellness, looking at them through her unique lens. Meghan grew up doing all sorts of outdoorsy activities, played volleyball, and has a background in bodybuilding, and I jumped at the chance to talk about how a woman's body works and how it should be taken care of. We touch on how she intends to blend her various areas of expertise to educate her female clients on how to live better in their daily life.

Meghan & I dive into:
- The problem with kids specializing too early in sports.
- Sleep hygiene and what it means to run as an optimal human.
- How pelvic floor work can apply to women, men, athletes, and artists.

This is a great episode that everyone should check out, particularly though if you are dealing with female clients!

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About Today's Guest

Meghan Barrington is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Baylor University. She is a...

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The Importance of Lower Body Training with David Grey

In today's brand new episode, David Grey joins us and shares his experience on how he was able to make a profitable program both online and in-person after dealing with his own pain and injuries. He went to seek relief for knee pain and ended up making his own program.

David believes that there are some basic principles to look up before beginning rehab or training that proper lower muscle coordination relieves and could make a client pain free with the right assessment.

You'll hear us talk all about:
- The bad advice that folks get.
- Muscle coordination and basic lower body training principles.
- How success does not come overnight.


About Today's Guest

David Grey is a Neuromuscular Physical Therapist specializing in Rehabilitation and Performance. He works with clients from all over the world, from office workers to Olympians and professional athletes competing at the highest level in sport. His research and training has brought him across the globe,...

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Position, Breath, and Gait with Dr. Keaton Worland

Welcome back to a brand new episode of PT Profit Podcast!

Do you think you move "normally?"

Really though, what even is that? Normal?

Today on PT Profit Podcast I am talking to Dr. Keaton Worland, a physical therapist and strength trainer. Keaton ruptured two discs and fractured his back in college while pursuing a degree in orthopedic medicine. During this episode, we talk about how his injury happened, building trust and confidence in his patients, and pushing limits.

In this episode, Keaton and I talk about:
- How Keaton assesses clients and patients.
- What he looks for when he observes a person's walk.
- How some people try to manage gravity.
...and so much more!


About Today's Guest

Dr. Keaton Worland is a doctor of physical therapy in Saint Louis, MO, but he is more than just a therapist.  Keaton works as a therapist, performance coach, and as a clinical mentor.  It isn't the various hats that set Keaton apart from his field. It is his unique...

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When to Use a Sports Chiropractor with Dr. Karlie Causey

Dr. Karlie Causey joined us today to talk about the fundamentals of sports chiropractic medicine and how it can be used to compliment coaching by trainers and clinicians for a variety of issues that come up with their clients.  We also discussed her focus on perinatal and postpartum coaching and rehabilitation, and how coaches can become more familiar with the process. 

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • The difference between sports and traditional chiropractic medicine
  • Why chiropractic medicine is sometimes not taken seriously
  • How a personal trainer determines when to refer their client out to a chiropractor and not a physical therapist
  • Ways in which PTs and Chiropractors work together - and in which ways they are different
  • Which types of perinatal and postpartum issues can be corrected through sports chiropractic medicine
  • What questions to ask clients if they either had a baby or have pelvic floor issues that could make the difference in truly helping your...
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How to Create A Network of Physical Therapists for Personal Trainers

In this episode of PT Profit Podcast, I got a chance to talk to Paige McNerthney about bridging the gap between physical therapists and personal trainers so as to work together and bring about success for their clients.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The main reasons why there is often a disparity between the two professions even though their goals are the same - and how to approach it differently
  • Why outside referrals can actually deepen your relationship with your client 
  • Ways to widen your your network so as to develop solid working relationships between between the two fields 

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