Did you miss the CSM 2019 show specials in DC?

Did you miss the CSM 2019 show specials in DC? If so, here’s a recap! More than 16,700 PTs, PTAs, and physical therapy students gathered in the nation’s capital for the APTA CSM (Combined Sections Meeting) 2019.   For more info on products mentioned in this article or for info on current product specials, please contact your personal MeyerPT Account …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

Should you load a painful tendon? The answer might surprise you.

Listen to the insightful lecture below by Professor Jill Cook* to learn more about how you should address painful Achilles and patellar tendinopathies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kKzoi8Zrik Professor Jill Cook, physiotherapist, PhD, is a professor in musculoskeletal health in the La Trobe University School of Allied Health in Australia. Her research areas include sports medicine and tendon injury. Since completing her PhD in …

Dr. Leo Kormanik

D.C., M.S., CCSP

Smarter Self Myofascial Release- Do you take your own advice?

If you’re like me, I typically tell my patients they should be doing some type of SMR (self-myofascial release); however, as Health and Fitness Professionals, we typically don’t always take our own advice. But we can’t help patients and clients if we’re also injured or our back is tweaked, which is why it’s so important to take care of our …

Help patients stay injury free during the ski season

ACL injuries are among the most common injuries occurring 100,000–200,000 times per year. Among skiers, recreational alpine skiers have the highest incidence of ACL ruptures. Since the majority of these injuries are non-contact, providing patients and clients with a preventative exercise program can limit their risk for injury. Here are some of our favorite ACL injury prevention exercises: #1: Side …

Dave Cruz Webexercises Patient At Home Exercises

Dr. Dave Cruz

Doctor of Chiropractic, CSCS, CES, PES, founder of WebExercises

Create Patients for Life

In Part 2  of this series on… How To Systematically Build A Multimillion Dollar Clinic That Is Highly Sellable . . . Working Way Less… we discussed how to Increase Referrals. In Success Key Part 3, we’ll tackle Creating Patients for Life. When I speak to health professionals, I always ask, “How many of your patients will have reoccurring issues after …

Scott Hallman

Scott Hallman

Business Coach, Entrepreneur, Consultant, Speaker, Marketing Strategist

To Cue or not to Cue

When evaluating a patient or athlete, is there a difference between testing their capability and testing their movement pattern? Put another way: Do we want to see what they are capable of – or what they habitually do? Professor Vladimir Janda wrote “During movement pattern testing, minimal verbal cues should be used which test an individual’s habitual way of performing a movement. …

Dr. Craig Liebenson

DC, Founder of First Principles of Movement, author of Rehabilitation of the Spine (2007) & The Functional Training Handbook (2014).

CSM Educational Breakout Sessions at the MeyerPT booth #1904

If you’re in DC, for the APTA Combined Sections Meeting, January 23-26, please make sure to stop by the MeyerPT booth (#1904). It’s the place to get easy-to-apply educational tips and advice you can take back to your clinic and put right to work on Monday morning. It’s also where you can see and hear about the latest product innovations …

Adam Matisz

MeyerPT Sales Manager

Sue Falsone Book and DVD signing at CSM: Get 40% OFF while supplies last

If you’re attending the APTA Combined Sections Meeting in Washington, DC, January 23-25, be sure to stop by the MeyerPT booth (#1904). Sue Falsone, PT Aligned Contributor and Founder of Structure and Function Education, will be there throughout the event to discuss Dry Needling Innovations and her new book, Bridging The Gap. Renowned physical therapist Mike Voight (PT, DHSc, OCS, …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

NormaTec: Research Validating Peristaltic Pulse Dynamic Compression

NormaTec: Research Validating Peristaltic Pulse Dynamic Compression The NormaTec Recovery Systems are dynamic compression devices designed for recovery and rehab. All of the systems use NormaTec’s patented PULSE technology to help athletes and patients recover faster between training, after performance and from injury. The NormaTec systems include a control unit and attachments that go on the legs, arms, or hips. …

Dr. Robert Silverman

Dr. Robert Silverman

DC, MS, CNS, CCN, CSCS, CKTP, CES, CIISN, DACBN, DCBCN, HKC, SASTM

A New Organ? Really?

When you look at the image below, what do you see? The lines representing the collagen architecture or the fluid-filled compartments in between? According to the Fascia Research Congress website: “The fascial system consists of the three-dimensional continuum of soft collagen, containing loose and dense fibrous connective tissues that permeate the body…” Their eyes are clearly looking at the collagen …

Jason Amstutz

Dr. Jason Amstutz

Doctor of Chiropractic, CCSP*, RTP, CSCS