FitPT covers topics varying from PT to finance authored by industry SPTs and DPTs as well as FitPT's own original content. If you would like to write a guest article for FitPT, shoot us an email. Click here for FitPT articles.
The PT Pintcast is a podcast bringing together clinicians, researchers, and forward thinking physical therapists in a show that's anything but boring. The PT Pintcast is a podcast for doctor of physical therapy students and new graduates created with a twist. Instead of a lecture and to keep things lighter, we throw in a beer, a glass of wine, or a mixed drink and talk about great ideas in physical therapy.
Listen to FitBUX CEO, Joseph Reinke, discuss student loans with host Jimmy McKay, DPT on episode 90.
The Healthy Wealthy & Smart podcast with Dr. Karen Litzy features top experts in health, wellness and business with a particular focus on physical therapy. We take the latest evidence, break it down and make it easy for you to apply it immediately to your everyday life. At Healthy Wealthy & Smart our goal is simple: to provide you with the best information to keep you healthy and pain-free!
FItBUX CEO Joseph Reinke recently appeared as a guest on Karen's podcast to discuss student loans and retirement. Click here to listen to the episode.
The Knowbodies are lifelong learners of the body and believe that health and wellness should encompass the physical, mental, and emotional dynamics our systems undergo every day. They believe in giving before receiving. Through their podcast and blog they hope to provide useful and educational content, through interviews and friendly discussion, in order to serve what they are after: a healthier society.
FitBUX CEO Joseph Reinke recently appeared as a guest on the podcast and walked through a case study illustrating FitBUX's technology. Click here to listen to the episode.
CEO Joseph Reinke also joined Knowbody Will Boyd on his Breaking Student Debt podcast to discuss the similarities and differences between the student loan bubble and the mortgage crisis. Click here to listen.
UpDoc Media hosts three podcast series; Therapy Insiders, Healthcare Disruption (with Jerry Durham and Andrew Rothschild), and Untold Physio Stories. These podcasts provide listeners with insight and advice from industry experts.
FitBUX recently wrote a guest blog for UpDoc Media about one easy way to limit stress related to money. Check it out by clicking here.
EIM offers two podcasts. One of which is hosted by John Childs and Jeff Moore and the other that is hosted by Dr. Larry Benz.
CEO of FitBUX, Joseph Reinke, joined Dr. Childs and Dr. Moore to discuss student loans and the PT industry. Click here to listen to the podcast.
WebPT offers a comprehensive blog on the physical therapy profession. We highly recommend you browse their quality content.
FitBUX CEO, Joseph Reinke, recently wrote a guest blog for WebPT about refinancing student loans. Check it out by clicking here.
Habit Hacked is a podcast focused on motivation and hosted by DPT Alex Engar.
FitBUX CEO, Joseph Reinke, recently joined Alex and Will Butler to discuss financial mindset. Click here to hear the podcast.
This website and blog was founded by Erson Religioso, DPT, MS, MTC, CertMDT, CFC, CSCS, FMS, FMT, FAAOMPT. Dr. Religioso is adjunct faculty of SUNY at Buffalo, where he teaches orthopaedic manual physical therapy in the DPT program. He also developed a line of mobility products along with pain science education materials at EDGE Mobility System.
Greg Todd is the co-owner of Renewal Rehabilitation in Wesley Chapel and Hyde Park. He graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Physical Therapy, and received his strength and conditioning certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2000. He has over 15 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy. Greg is a board certified orthopedic certified specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association, and has served as the official physical therapist for Saddlebrook Tennis and Golf Resorts for the past 10 years.
Physical Therapy Builder offers good content via physical therapy blogs and podcasts.
EducatedPT is an innovative multimedia website that seeks to present evidence-based and practical information about current topics in physical therapy and rehabilitation in an engaging manner. It is meant to benefit everyone in the world of physical therapy, from new students to seasoned clinicians.
FitBUX recently wrote a guest blog for Educated PT. Check it out by clicking here.
Philip Van Dyke of Educated PT writes about his experience with FitBUX. Read it here.
For those that are looking to start their own practice or business, we recommend visiting Sturdy's website and blog.
Sturdy is a business coach, entrepreneur and business owner who also happens to be a physical therapist. Sturdy brings the practical knowledge of owning, operating and growing businesses, combined with extensive training and learning, to clients who want to improve their business operations and achieve their personal and business goals.
Human Performance Therapy (the PreHab Guys) strives to be the premiere resource for you to learn about your body and the way you move. Movement is at the core of everything we do in life, whether it’s your daily walk around the block, hiking in the forest, golf on the weekends, or simply rolling out of bed, movement is vital for happiness and functionality in life! “The human movement system comprises the anatomic structures and physiologic functions that interact to move the body or its component parts.” Human Performance Therapy hopes to provide you with an in-depth insight on many aspects of our amazing human body from a physical therapy perspective.
This podcast is co-hosted by Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff, physical therapists who are “in the trenches” practicing in unique settings on opposite sides of US. They discuss current research and topics of pain science. Listen in on occasional interviews of the prominent figures of pain science. Focus is on making the information meaningful to practice in the clinic.
This podcast and blog was created by Dustin Jones. The Senior Rehab Project exists to accomplish two things: 1) change perceptions of older adults and 2) improve rehab for older adults. If you work with seniors you'll definitely want to check out this blog and podcast episodes.
Our friend Aimee Depelteau, SPT created this great blog. Her hope is that it will inspire people to move well, get strong, and learn something new everyday!
PT Inquest was started as a way to discuss the use of science and evidence in the practice of physical therapy. A more structured and frequent show, PT Inquest explores current research discussing strengths, weaknesses, and clinical application in an honest, open, and critical fashion. Hosted by Erik Meira and J.W. Matheson with occasional guests Jason Brumitt and Scot Morrison, the show is recorded via online chat during regular intervals. It is like listening in on a journal club conversation, hopefully making the listener think more critically about their own practice and keeping their mind open to alternate and opposing ideas.
Zach is a student physical therapist in his 3rd-year at the University of Florida. He is a student member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Orthopaedic Section of the APTA, and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT). As a student, he was co-chair of the APTA Committee in the UF Student Physical Therapy Association and founder of the University of Florida’s Ortho Club. In 2010, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Vanderbilt University. His blog reflects his unique perspectives as he combines his psychology background with being a physical therapist and how to use psychology as a tool in life. We at FitPT highly recommend visiting his blog.
Julie Wiebe, BSc, MPT has over nineteen years of clinical experience in both Sports Medicine and Women’s Health. Her passion is to revolutionize the way women recover from injuries and pregnancy and return to high levels of fitness and their chosen sport. She pursues this through innovative education, rehabilitation, and return to fitness programs that promote diaphragm and pelvic floor integration into core strengthening and manual therapy programs. Julie has been an invited speaker at clinics, academic institutions, hospitals, professional organizations and the APTA Combined Sections Meeting.
The mission of The Voice of the Patient is simple: To change lives, that is, to improve the quality of the lives we touch by improving healthcare through not only hearing, but truly listening to the voice of the patient.
Forwardthinkingpt.com is a site specifically designed to promote thinking and improved methodology to Physical Therapists. Their goal is to assist in the delivery of quality, evidence-based reviews to help the average clinician improve their practice.
The purpose of this site is to provide as much information as possible on the topic of Cash-based Physical Therapy. This will encompass a number of things including: all aspects of business logistics, all forms of marketing, and eventually it will include clinical-related information to help make you a more effective Physical Therapist. After all, if you don’t provide better and faster-than-average results, people will choose to stick with their insurance options.
HoboHealth aims to help therapists and students learn about traveling physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech. The authors of the blog is a married couple of traveling PTs sharing their experiences, but have become the most visited site of their kind that remains free of influence by recruiters or agencies.
Alan is a 3rd year physical therapy student at the University of Michigan-Flint. He has a passion for orthopaedic manual physical therapy and pediatrics in addition to a strong background in exercise physiology, cardiac rehabilitation and strength & conditioning. He is a U.S. Army veteran and a combat veteran of both Iraq & Afghanistan.
Allan Besselink has a unique voice in the world of sport and health care, one that has been defined by his experiences as physiotherapist, McKenzie practitioner, coach, author, educator, patient, and athlete. Allan is the author of the "Smart Physio" and "Rhubarb Diaries" blogs, along with the book "RunSmart: A Comprehensive Approach To Injury-Free Running".
Dr. Baughan is a doctoral-level trained physical therapist who specializes in treating musculoskeletal injuries, movement disorders and spinal pain, both acute and chronic. His goal is to assist individuals in avoiding invasive surgeries, expensive injections and medications by treating in a natural way to improve pain and movement. His clinical interests are concentrated in manual therapy and specific therapeutic exercise of spinal disorders.
Michael M. Reinold, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS is considered a world-renowned leader in the field of sports medicine, rehabilitation, fitness, and sports performance. As a physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Mike uses his background in sport biomechanics, movement quality, muscles imbalances, and manual therapy to specialize in all aspects of human performance. He has worked extensively with a variety of professional athletes with emphasis on the care of throwing injuries in baseball players.