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Jaxon John May 19
Pro tips & expert instruction all wknd from at SMT-3 in Dallas, TX. Final course of AAMT curriculum completed. SMT-4 in December, here we come👊🏼
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Jake Thompson May 12
Day 3 DN-1 Minneapolis Full house of PTs and OTs starting things off with evidence based dry needling for carpal tunnel with multiple needles.
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Keith W. Fandry DPT May 18
Is it just me or are audible pops a little easier to get here in beautiful CO at mile high country! Every clinician had success first day!
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Keith W. Fandry DPT Jan 13
Successful course for all in learning new and technical skills in light of EBP at SMT in La Jolla, CA. Thanks to Dr. Kahl@and his amazing practice for hosting!
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AAMT James Dunning May 2
Effectiveness of Thoracic Manipulation in Patients with Cervical Radiculopathy: a Randomized Controlled Trial. Congrats Dr. Ian Young, DSc, PT, OCS senior faculty member
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Brandon Szklarski Apr 25
Great news!!!! Dry needling has officially been passed in Idaho! offers dry needling at all 3 locations & is great for treating musculoskeletal injuries.
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Kevin Cowell May 19
SMT 3 in Dallas is starting Day 2 with Dr. Noah Zacharko demonstrating a seated cervical spinal manipulation! Comfortable & effective technique!
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Victoria Galante Dec 6
Safe Travel to all the talented & motivated Physical Therapists and FITs who are traveling to Atlanta, Georgia to sit for the Spinal Manipulation Certification Exams On December 7-8, 2018! Best of Luck and Positive Vibes to you All! 👍👍👍💕💕🙌🙌🌵
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AAMT James Dunning May 3
Published this week in JMPT! Unilateral & Multiple Cavitation Sounds During Lumbosacral Spinal Manipulation by senior faculty Dr. Firas Mourad. The old school guru claim of “one pop is specific and therefore the goal” during spinal manipulation is nonsense!
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James Escaloni Mar 12
All finished teaching the non-thrust mobilization class for the here in Columbia, SC! Brilliant & hungry minds soaking in information as fast as it can be given. Looks forward to seeing what these clinicians do in the future!
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Jaxon John May 18
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Andrea Wood 15 Mar 18
If this isn’t cool then I don’t know what is!! Using stimulation of the motor cortex to elicit movement at the extremity. How “exciting”!!! 😉
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Raymond Butts Mar 11
The AAMT Fellowship Week-1 Intensive continues with NTM-1. Dr. Ian Young and Dr. James Escaloni teaching the best EB non-thrust treatment techniques to 36 fellows-in-training in the 2019-2020 fellowship cohort .
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Kristina Koroyan Jan 19
Well, this was very exciting to see this morning...Hopefully a case series to follow soon!
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Dr. Cameron Moore PT 20 Oct 17
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Dr Firas Mourad May 12
PTs from around the country come to SMT-2 in gorgeous Brescia (Italy) to get better with their clinical reasoning and practice. 🎓Dr. Firas Mourad the science behind HVLA thrust manipulation and how to treat effectively primary headaches📚
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Craig Aug 8
Mind blown 🤯 after an awesome day of in-depth lecture by on physiology of needling, including more rare conditions. His knowledge and passion for making us the “greatest walking hits of what’s evidence based” is awesome!
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Stephanie M. Campbell, DPT Feb 14
Thank you to Wingate University for the opportunity to guest lecture and teach a group of DPT students a little bit about dry needling.
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Raymond Butts Aug 6
AAMT fellows-in-training spending the day w power lifting champion and world record holder Donnie Thompson learning about body tempering, tissue flossing, fatbell training and strength progression during the week-2 Intensive in Columbia, SC
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Dr. Destiny Hebert 20 Oct 17
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