Balancing Multiple Roles in Physical Therapy

Balancing Multiple Roles in Physical Therapy

Barb shares her experiences juggling being a professor, journal editor-in-chief, and treating patients while finding joy in her students’ and former athletes’ successes. We discuss trends in the physical therapy field she’s noticed, including shifts...
Cutting Out the Clutter (F Cody Royer)

Cutting Out the Clutter (F Cody Royer)

Cody Royer walks takes a good hard look at more than 400 ATI clinics in a year… And one big thing he pays attention to is, Cutting through the Clutter and Removing administrative burden. This way his clinicians can focus on delivering high-quality patient care...
Researching to Make Every Life an Active Life

Researching to Make Every Life an Active Life

Dr. Shanley and Dr. Pietrosimone share how they identified and approached solving the problem of the length of time that it took to get an injured athlete from injury to back to the field. They share the lessons from the ways that they went about it and how the role...
Innovation on the Horizon (f APTA Drew Contreras)

Innovation on the Horizon (f APTA Drew Contreras)

  APTA’s Drew Contreras has a really interesting vantage point in our profession. With a word like INNOVATION in his job title he pays attention to what’s happened, what’s happening and what’s about to happen. You get the benefit of his...
Leading from the Front – (f Sharon Vitti)

Leading from the Front – (f Sharon Vitti)

In this episode, we’re diving into the heart of physical therapy leadership with ATI CEO Sharon Vitti. She shares insights straight from the top at ATI. Discover how ATI is not just navigating but leading the PT profession with a blend of innovation, commitment,...
The 80/20 Rule: Maximizing Impact with Minimal Effort

The 80/20 Rule: Maximizing Impact with Minimal Effort

In this episode, dive deep into the essence of maximizing impact with minimal effort through the lens of the 80/20 Rule, also known as the Pareto Principle. Discover how this seemingly simple yet profound concept can revolutionize your approach to personal and...

The Art of Communication and Storytelling in Patient Care

We get into the art of communication and storytelling in healthcare, highlighting its critical role in enhancing patient care and the dissemination of research findings. Our discussion traverses the journey from the Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) back to practical...
Your guide to CSM 2024 Boston

Your guide to CSM 2024 Boston

        This episode provides valuable insights from PT professionals on how to navigate the 2024 CSM, with tips on selecting sessions and maximizing learning opportunities. It includes discussions on different approaches to planning CSM attendance...
To Hire, or Not To Hire? That is Today’s Question!

To Hire, or Not To Hire? That is Today’s Question!

In this episode of PT Pintcast, titled “Breakfast Club PT,” we get into the intricacies of growing a physical therapy practice and the nuances of patient care. The discussion features Tony Maritato and Dave Kittle, both renowned for their significant...

Turning Imposter Syndrome Into Your Superpower

  In a unique twist, this PT Pintcast episode is hosted by none other than Dr. Kay Mastrocola, renowned for her work at @DPTs_With_Anxiety. Get ready for an enriching conversation on turning imposter syndrome into a growth accelerator, transforming embarrassing...
Inspiring Success in the PT Industry 

Inspiring Success in the PT Industry 

We venture into the world of entrepreneurship and innovation in the PT industry alongside Frank Benedetto, an exceptional entrepreneur and co-founder of the groundbreaking Honey Badger Project. Join us as Frank shares his mission of inspiring clinicians to find...
Empowering Communities through Adaptive Sports

Empowering Communities through Adaptive Sports

Accomplished power wheelchair soccer athletes Peyton Sefick and Andrew Cunningham come together to share their invaluable insights on fostering local partnerships to bring adaptive sports programs and low-cost equipment to communities. Discover how they are breaking...
Innovations in Physical Therapy Education

Innovations in Physical Therapy Education

Kendra Gagnon is a trailblazer in physical therapy education. With 15 years of experience as a dedicated full-time physical therapy educator and a recent graduate of the prestigious APTA Fellowships in Higher Education Leadership, Kendra is revolutionizing the field....
Practicing at the Top of Your License

Practicing at the Top of Your License

If you love your job, you won’t work a day in your life. We’ve all heard that quote before, but sometimes work is work and your co-workers and your supervisor make (or break) the environment.  Tina describes what she desired in a leader and how she worked hard to...
6 BEST Physical Therapy Side Hustles to Earn $10K/Mo

6 BEST Physical Therapy Side Hustles to Earn $10K/Mo

Summary: Joining the Amazon Influencer Program and making Shoppable Videos. Creating a Social Media Marketing Agency. Creating a Digital Course. Creating an RTM (Remote Therapeutic Monitoring) Program. Selling Online Courses. Offering 1 on 1 concierge therapy...
Building Relationships with an Online Business 

Building Relationships with an Online Business 

Tara Tobias owns a cash-based neurologic physical therapy practice called Rehab HQ. She developed a Youtube Channel as a second business providing online tools to help people regain their mobility and independence. Her channel has over 100K subscribers with over 9...
Make Your Passion An Actionable Business

Make Your Passion An Actionable Business

David Meyer is a physical therapist and former MLB rehabilitation and medical coordinator. He is the author of his book Injured to Elite and host of the Beyond Zero Podcast. He has developed a mental approach to rehabilitation raising awareness to the mental side...