Integrated Physical Medicine at Employer-Sponsored Health Clinics Improves Quality of Care at Reduced Cost

Lord, Daniel J. DC, CCSP; Wright, John R. MSc; Fung, Rebecca DPT; Lederhaus, Eric S. DPT; Taylor, Katie PhD; Watts, Sharon A. MA; Hagg, Heather K. PhD; Bravata, Dena M. MD, MS Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: May 2019, Volume 61, Issue 5, pp.382-390 Objective: The aim of the study was to evaluate clinical and economic outcomes associated with integrating physical medicine in employer-sponsored …

Dr. Daniel Lord

Physical Medicine Program Manager at Crossover Health

What Supplement Makes the Most Sense for a PT Clinic?

One Solution Would Be A Patented & Natural COX-2 Inhibitor!  Relief FIRST Musculoskeletal Injury Support Protocol As a former owner of four busy clinics that dealt exclusively with musculoskeletal injuries and a current formulator of nutritional products, I’m often asked by physical therapists if they should offer a nutritional supplement in their practice. My answer is if the supplement can …

Dr. Donald L. Hayes

DC and President of Wellness Watchers Global, LLC, Ceautamed Worldwide, LLC & GreensFirst.com

The History of Matcha Tea

The Path of Zen Over 800 years ago, a young Buddhist priest by the name Myōan Eisai left his native Japan on a spiritual journey for greater awareness and knowledge. Eisai returned to Japan with a new found philosophy called “Chan” and some unique tea seeds. Using the Chan philosophy, Myōan Eisai created the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism in Japan and …

Thomas DeLauer

Nutrition and Business Performance Coach

Are you a Leader…or a Follower?

Here is the reality . . . growth actually comes through our experience of being both a leader and a follower. It’s like the two sides of a coin. We readily think of mentoring others for leadership, but why can’t we also model how to be a good follower? Last year, while traveling abroad, I came across an olive-wood carving …

David S. Myers

David S. Myers

PT, DPT, OCS, CIMT, ATC/L

Anti-Aging and the Kill-Me Gene

Your DNA is the map for the genetic code that makes you who you are. As we age, the human genetic sequence mutates, producing an interesting biological anomaly, which has presented itself and recently been discovered by leading researchers in the field. To keep it simple, let’s call it the “kill-me” gene. It is the reason that a human specimen …

Matt Kraft

Matt Kraft

Nutritional Consultation Specialist for MeyerPT

STOP Treating Medicare Patients If…

The Patient Got My Insurance Check. Now What? It hurts when an insurance company doesn’t pay your bills. It hurts even more when a patient “suddenly disappears” because they got the insurance check and kept your money. Get proactive to ensure you get paid what you deserve. On the initial visit, make sure the patient is made aware that insurance …