Sep 24, 2017
Today we welcome Dr. Jeff Moore onto the podcast. Jeff shares his insight on advice for the new healthcare professional, how to select a mentor and how to best reach out to them, how the new professional can learn to find their career path, pros & cons of developing through a residency/without a residency, how therapists should choose what continuing education topic to take, the idea of paralysis by comparative analysis, and much more!
Jeff Moore's Biography:
Dr. Jeff Moore is a passionate physical therapy clinician and educator responsible for promoting PT v 2.0. He received his DPT from University of St. Augustine and he got his manual therapy certification from St. Augustine and his certification in spinal manipulation from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. He also completed fellowship training in orthopedic manual therapy through Evidence in Motion. He has been working mainly in outpatient orthopedics. He created and launched the Institute of Clinical Excellence in 2012 and he teaches the Lumbar and Cervical spine management courses. He became a faculty member with Evidence in Motion in 2015 and he is also involved with the PTonICE, EIM Clinical Practice, & Pain Reframed Podcasts.
Institute of Clinical Excellence: http://ptonice.com/
ICE Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/icephysio
Jeff's Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/jeffmooredpt
Jeff's Cervical Spine Management Course: http://ptonice.com/cervical-spine-manual-therapy-management-brochure
Jeff's Lumbar Spine Management Course: http://ptonice.com/lumbar-spine-manual-therapy-management-brochure
Cervical/Lumbar Spine Management Course with The Patient Experience with Jerry Durham & Jeff Moore: http://ptonice.com/the-patient-experience
PTonICE Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ptonice/id1088698598?mt=2
Evidence in Motion Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-evidence-in-motion/id1133977524?mt=2