The Invisible Components to Patient-Centered Care with Kristi Barker

Today I am pumped to be bringing you physical therapist Kristi Barker from Saskatchewan. During this episode, she shares her story on how she dedicated herself to striving to give wholly patient-centered care, despite the healthcare system often creating obstacles in doing so, and we talk about the reason why she is on a mission to better the health and wellness industry with Reach Rehab.

We dive into how powerful education can impact someone's life that we often overlook. Kristi and I talk about the importance of staying on the same page as your client so that they do not become lost or overwhelmed by what you are saying or doing. We then tapped into the invisible component that we the health and fitness professional should know and practice. 

Today, Kristi and I unpack:
- The impact powerful education has.
- Improving client care and accessibility.
- How striving to be truly patient-centered benefits both the professional and the client.

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Training Mobility Athletes with Dr. Nicole Woodard

Today I have the wonderful Dr. Nicole Woodard joining me, and we talk all about Mobility Athletes, what it is all about, and how she came up with it. We dive into how she was able to discover the points that connects the fitness and health industry, which is the basis of the Mobility Athletes program. We also talked about the very thin line of radical responsibility for both clients and coaches.

Nicole also unpacked the Movement Pyramid and its different levels. We also talk about how the mind affects our movement and why that can be a problem!

Today, you'll hear:
- Key points that link the fitness and health industries.
- The responsibilities of a coach vs a client. 
- Radical responsibility.

   

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About Today's Guest

Dr. Nicole Woodard is the founder and physical therapist of Mobility Physical Therapy and Wellness LLC, a fully online Telehealth and wellness platform that serves Triathletes,...

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An Osteopath's Journey with Dr. Dani Antonellos

Today we have the brilliant Dr. Dani Antonellos joining us from Australia, and we talked all about her journey as an osteopath and what bought her into that practice. We also tackled the differences between a physio and an osteopath as well as the crossover between physical therapy and personal training.

Dani shared with me about her teaching practices, including what makes it stand out from other trainers. We talk about how is she educating both clients and other fitness professionals, and we dive into the topics of Bracing, Hip Hinge and Breathing. She also shares with me how she manages her own pain and her experience in growing her business during the pandemic.

You'll hear Dani talk to me about:
- Everyday movements you should pay attention to.
- Understanding core training.
- When to know when you need to change or continue a program.

   

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About Today's Guest

Dr. Dani Antonellos...

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The PT Profit Formula Experience

Coaches, I started the PT Profit Podcast in June 2020 after I kept telling my clients, "You need to get on a podcast! Go out and promote yourself on a podcast!"

Ultimately, I wanted to give my clients a platform to share their exciting programs and a resource for them to continue learning because if you're hanging out with me, chances are you are interested in messaging and excited about the science of training. I also want to thank all of you for being part of this amazing journey.

I thought the most fitting way to celebrate this milestone on the PT Profit Podcast would be to give an inside look at the PT Profit Formula itself. Today, three of my clients are joining me to talk about their fitness journeys and how the PT Profit Formula's group coaching program has impacted their business. Solana Lewis, Crystal Thomas, and Dhana Harrelson share their thoughts on how valuable the community setting has become to them. They also shared what they learned and discoveries they...

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Optimize Your Gut Health with Dr. Deanna Elliott

Centered Physical Therapy & Wellness's Dr. Deanna Elliott joins us today to talk about gut health and your body's exit strategy. Deanna herself has experienced being lost and not knowing what to do with her own body, but she then discovered Functional Medicine. From there, she found a place to be able to help her clients out of their own pains and struggles.

In this episode, Deanna shares how being knowledgeable about our own genetics can help us manage our health. We also talked a lot of things related to gut health, such as inflammation, Eczema, and elimination diets.

Today, you'll hear me talk with Deanna about:
- Genetics and what to get out of unpacking them.
- Inflammatory markers, what they are, and what to learn from them.
- Modifying genetic illnesses.

   

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About Today's Guest

Dr. Deanna Elliott is a mom, turned Physical Therapist, who decided Functional Medicine was the way of...

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How To Bring Complex Concepts into Your Practice with Dr. Mike DeMille

Joining me today is Dr. Mike DeMille of Divergence Physical Therapy and Wellness. Mike shares with me his experiences on how a sports injury led him to wanting to enter the world of physical therapy himself.  Mike talks to me all about the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) and receiving your PRC certification. We also dive into how to simplify complex concepts and the implementation involved. Our conversation covers how that applies to FitPros, athletes of varying levels, and even in regards to our gen-pop clients. 

You'll hear Mike and I discuss:
- Who can get PRC certified.
- When to expect a client result.
- One of the most important things that separates a successful coach from the rest.

   

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About Today's Guest

Mike DeMille is a Postural Restoration Certified practitioner who treats patients dealing with chronic pain and progresses his patients back to an active lifestyle of weight...

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Pelvic Health with Dr. Rachel Parrotta, Physical Therapist

Coaches, this informative episode is a must listen. Today I have the pleasure of sharing an interview with Dr. Rachel Parrotta, a physical therapist out on Long Island. During this conversation, we dove deep into Rachel's specialty: Pelvic Health. As a mother of two, I was eager to unpack the topics of pregnancy, birth and postpartum care with Rachel.

Rachel leads us through a discussion on anatomy and less discussed topics such as prolapse, what its symptoms are, and who the right professionals are to seek help with for it. Pelvic health is a topic that applies to all genders, but it is not frequently discussed openly, and I'm pumped to have Rachel joining us for this episode.

You'll hear us talk about:
- How you can help and support moms through their pregnancy.
- What a mother can do to prepare for pregnancy and birth.
- The differences and symptoms of both hypertonic and hypotonic pelvic floors.
...and so much more!

   

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The Key Components to Improving Human Movement with Dr. Zach Long

Coaches, I always strive to bring you the best guests along with interesting and helpful topics for your businesses, and I've gotta spoil my upcoming lineup a bit: it's incredible. The fitness required for and neuroscience behind dance. The strength and empowerment of fitness for the pole. An extraordinary guest that talks to me about active aging. I am so excited to share what I've already recorded and the guests I have lined up.

Today I have the pleasure and the privilege of sharing this interview that I conducted at the end of July with Dr. Zach Long. Like me, Zach is interested in and excited by preventative physical therapy and treatments. He operates a highly respected and trusted company and resource for other trainers and clinicians, and truly, it's a privilege having him on this podcast.

In this episode, we dive into the key components of human movement and how he helps disciplined athletes. He also shares some tips on how to get quality sleep and what...

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The Truth About Manual Therapy with Dr. Nick Torres

What's up, coaches? We're back today with another brand new episode of the PT Profit Podcast with guest Dr. Nick Torres, the Manual Man.

In today's interview, we take a dive into manual physical therapy. Dr. Nick talks to me about the differences between manual therapy and more traditional physical therapy. We also talked about foam rolling and stretching and when/whether you should be doing it.

You'll hear us talk about:
- what "manual therapy" is.
- topics such as foam rolling and its uses as well as active stretching.
- the common red flags we should pay attention to when raised by our clients.
 

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About Today's Guest

Dr. Nick Torres had always been curious, constantly questioning what others believed to be facts and searching beyond traditional physical therapy for a deeper way to heal. So when he found himself in the small town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Nick feared he wouldn’t find anything...

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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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