In this episode, Kelly Starrett discusses how physical therapists can expand their scope of practice beyond traditional settings and approaches.   He talks about his mission to “unload unskilled care” from physical therapists to coaches and personal trainers so PTs can focus more on specialized, doctoring-level care.   The conversation covers how PTs can get creative in solving problems in their local communities, the importance of movement benchmarks and “vital signs,” and why pain should not be the primary metric we use to evaluate function.   Overall, the episode explores ways for physical therapists to iterate on existing models and innovate new paradigms.     FROM ATI Have you ever thought about where your career in physical therapy could take you?   It’s not just about the job; it’s about making real connections that help patients get better faster.   Imagine working somewhere you can grow through mentorship, and get leadership training that matters.   Sounds like a place you’d fit right in?   Click to find out more about what working with ATI is really like.   Let’s grow and learn together!