Dr. Moore had the recent opportunity to discuss tips on creating initial success following graduation with a wonderful group of doctorate students down at the University of St. Augustine. Content is first with Q&A following
On this final session of #PTonICE before a 2 week intermission Dr. Moore covers how to decline a professional alliance and suiting goal writing to evidence based practice. #PTonICE will return on Tuesday April 12th!
The opioid crisis is completely out of control in this country. With nearly 30,000 deaths per year from opioid related overdoses the CDC is calling this "The worst drug epidemic in United States history". Physical Therapists are in a perfect position to step up to our rightful place as leaders of persistent pain management, and lives depend on our doing so.
Getting into a company and realizing that the culture isn't a good fit for your short and long term goals is a major problem. Dr. Moore talks about strategies to better understand company culture before signing on as well as ways to get out of a tough situation if you do find yourself stuck in one.
All the enthusiasm in the world does little without a platform from which to shout the message. This morning Dr. Jeff Moore talks about the critical role that established therapists have in scaling future visions
Fresh off a great shadowing experience with John Seivert and his crew at Body Logic physical therapy, Dr. Moore reflects on what he took away for the next generation of physical therapists and private practice owners coming up
The awesome questions just keep rolling in, so Dr. Moore is going to keep answering them. Enjoy the special edition of Q&A Monday, coming at you live from Grass Valley, California!
Amazing questions coming in from our listeners this week! This morning Dr. Moore takes on how to handle patients who have a habit of manipulating their own backs, trying to start your own business on the side of an existing one, and how to continue reaching out and growing companies you have previously worked for.
Keeping great employees in your organization is key to reaching full potential. Dr. Jeff Moore discusses two key aspects of leadership and organization to help maintain a cohesive team
A ton of attention has been brought to this important topic over the past two weeks. Here Dr. Moore attempts to summarize some of the key points and possible action items that have emerged from the dialogue.
It's a conversation you hate to have, but one that needs to take place none the less. Dr. Jeff Moore helps you master how to respond and react when a patient tells you they are worse off because of your treatment. The ability to turn these challenging conversations into positive outcomes can be a game changer in your practice
Keeping your cancellation and no show rate low is a necessity to maintain profitability in modern day physical therapy practice. Dr. Jeff Moore discusses key areas to focus on during the initial evaluation to drop your failed appointment rates dramatically
Engaging in pain science discussions with patients is notoriously challenging. In this episode, Dr. Jeff Moore lays out a road map to help clinicians break down this barrier to having key conversations with patients suffering from persistent pain.
Physical therapists using spinal manipulation on a regular basis often get the question of what makes them different than a chiropractor. The fields of physical therapy and chiropractic, while containing similarities in technique, are worlds apart in philosophy as to why different techniques are being utilized. Dr. Moore highlights several key differences that need to be highlighted during this conversation in order to be fair to both professions while adequate answering the patient's question.