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Author: Mathew McClanahan & Zach Wagner

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A podcast dedicated to exploring physical therapy, S&C, and being better humans. Follow us on IG @missingvariablepod
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Scotty Butcher joins us to talk about two main topics: Should we use the CSCS book as the foundation on which a DPT S&C course is taught? Should we call S&C something else within the PT profession? This was a blast and Scotty is a wealth of knowledge on this topic, enjoy. BioDr. Scotty Butcher is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan and co-founder of Strength Rebels. He holds a BSc PT and MSc Kin from the University of Saskatchewan and a PhD in Exercise Physiology and Experimental Medicine from the University of Alberta. He is certified as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-RCEP), is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer (CF-L1), and is formerly certified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS); the latter of which he has formally relinquished. Scotty teaches exercise physiology, prescription, and rehabilitation to physical therapy students and has published several peer reviewed articles and two book chapters related to exercise testing and prescription. Currently training as a powerlifter, he has a passion for strength training and translates this to promoting quality exercise training and rehabilitation practices for clinicians and students. His focus in research, teaching, and clinical work is on the hybrid rehabilitation/strength training approach, and shares his views through blogging and vlogging.If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find ScottyIG: @thestrengthjediTwitter: @thestrengthjedi Email: scotty.butcher@usask.caWebsite: www.thestrengthjedi.comGoogle Scholar: Scotty Butcher Courses & more: Click hereConnect with usPodcast IG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @mattmc_dptZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
Scot Morrison is a well respected physical therapist and strength coach who focuses on the intersection of sports medicine and training for high performance. He is the former director of medical services for the Professional Referee Organization and regularly consults at the collegiate and professional levels. His special interests include: the management of tendinopathies and other athletic overuse injuries, data-driven return-to- play processes, and the integration of sound exercise prescription into rehabilitation and return to performance. Scot has published multiple papers in various peer review journals, presents regularly at the national & professional level and consults with collegiate and professional athletes and providers. He is currently located in Portland, ORIf you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find ScotIG: @physio_praxisTwitter: @scotmorrsnWebsite: www.physiopraxis.coLink to his Therex DatabaseConnect with usPodcast IG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @mattmc_dptZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
On this episode, Zach and Matt review the last two episodes of the show with Eric Lagoy and Kiefer Lammi. They then have two action items for you, the listeners! Once you take action, shoot us a DM on IG and let us know how it's going. Reach out anytime, we'd love to chat and help in anyway we can. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Connect with usPodcast IG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @mattmc_dptZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
Kiefer Lammi, a strength coach out of MA joins us to discuss his thoughts on whether or not DPT curriculum's should have S&C courses, where the line is between rehab and S&C, and we even touch on soft skills.  Bio:Kiefer is full-time coach and the director of fitness at Champion Physical Therapy & Performance in Waltham, MA. Working under Mike Reinold and Lenny Macrina he's had the privilege of coaching everyone from busy, working people looking to get stronger to collegiate and professional athletes in nearly every major sport. In addition, he helps run Champions strength & conditioning internship program that educates over a dozen up and coming coaches every year. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find Kiefer IG: @kieferlammiFB: Kiefer LammiWebsite: www.kieferlammi.comYoutube: Stronger TVConnect with usPodcast IG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @mattmc_dptZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
On this episode, we sit down and speak with Eric Lagoy. Eric shares his journey from starting as a guest lecturer at a local DPT curriculum to actually developing the course content for a S&C/ExRx course that the students advocated for. Eric provides valuable information regarding hurdles that he faced during this process. We hope his story will help lower the barrier to getting more of these courses started across the country! As an adjunct to this episode, give episode 26 of the clinical athlete podcast a listen. It also features Eric and sheds light on what role exercise prescription courses have in a DPT curriculum.    Bio:Eric received his Doctoral of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Connecticut and became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist in 2015. He currently treats at Gaylord Physical Therapy Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Cheshire, CT. Eric is also adjunct faculty at Quinnipiac University, where he teaches an exercise-based elective to students in their final year of PT school.Eric has a strong background in strength and conditioning, having coached athletes and competed in powerlifting himself. He is an official Clinical Athlete provider and works with athletes of all competitive levels. Eric has presented at various universities on the topics of implementing strength and conditioning principles into physical therapy.If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find Eric LagoyIG: @emlagoydptEmail: Elagoy@gaylord.orgConnect with usIG: @mattmc_dptMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
Dustin Jones of GEROS Health joins us to talk about the transition from Senior Rehab Project to GEROS Health, what ageism is, and his unique approach to rehabbing older adults in the home health setting. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find DustinIG: @GEROSHealthFB: @GerosHealth Website: GEROShealth.comConnect with usIG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
John Donnelly joins us on the show to talk about his perspective as an exercise physiologist in cardiac rehab where cardio equipment usually dominates the setting. John makes the argument for including strength training in the cardiac setting. John M. Donnelly is currently a 2nd year DPT student at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY - just north of NYC. He graduated from Adelphi University on Long Island in 2015 with a MS degree in Exercise Science, where he was also a member of the baseball team from 2010-2014. He is currently employed at New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital where he works as an Exercise Physiologist in their outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program. His role at NYPQ is to develop the exercise prescriptions and then monitor the physiological response of exercise for individuals who are s/p cardiac event (CABG, PCI, CHF, MI, transplant, etc). John is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the NSCA and trains several former college athletes. He is passionate about strength training and believes that everyone, including children and the older adult, can tremendously benefit from getting stronger.If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find JohnIG: @John.donnelly_sptTwitter: @Donnelly30Email: jdonnellyPT@gmail.com Website: linktr.ee/john.donnelly_sptConnect with usIG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
On this episode, Zach and Matt talk with Tessia De Mattos, a DPT student at Columbia University who is trying to start a strength and conditioning elective within her program. We discuss hurdles she's faced in this process and Matt shares similar struggles he faced when attempting the same task. Bio:Tessia De Mattos is a DPT student at Columbia University. She competes nationally in powerlifting, enjoys snowboarding and recently obtained her CSCS. At Columbia, she is a Student Course Director for the Perspective on Practice student run elective in which she helps bring in different speakers to Columbia University. These speakers cover topics from residency and cash-based PT to strength and conditioning principles in rehabilitation. She has also participated in the Level Up Initiative. She is passionate about PT and hopes to be part of the movement for a better future in the profession.If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find TessiaIG: @squatsonsquatsonsquatsEmail: tessia.demattos@gmail.comConnect with usIG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
Dr. Ellie Somers is a physical therapist, performance coach, writer, athlete and owner of Sisu Sports Performance & PT in Seattle, WA. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Saint Louis University where she also played division I collegiate soccer. Ellie specializes in the management of return to sport and performance after injury or pain, for youth and adult female athletes. She is a fierce advocate for better care for women and girls and believes in the power of the adaptable human.After learning more about the science of pain, she came to understand how important knowledge is for her clients. She takes a biopsychosocial approach to care for the athletes she sees and believes that people deserve to be heard and to know that they are capable. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find EllieIG: @drelliesomersFB: Sisu Sports Performance & PTTwitter: @drelliesomersWebsite: www.sisuperformancept.comConnect with usIG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
On this episode of the Missing Variable Podcast, we chat with Taylor Eckel on over utilizing PT benefits as well as if she thinks patients should get a yearly check up. We also discuss assessment driven exercise prescription. We hope you enjoy! Bio:Taylor is a DPT student who believes high value, patient centered care is rooted in evidence based principles. When she’s not annoying her classmates with her incessant questions in class, she loves barbell lifts, snowboarding, playing intramural sports, and coaching her personal training clients.  If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:1) Subscribing to the show2) Dropping a review on iTunes3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. Where you can find TaylorIG: @taylor.eckelConnect with usIG: @missingvariablepodMatt IG: @missing.variableZach IG: @zachwagnerdptEmail: missingvariablepodcast@gmail.com
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