Aug 1, 2017
We welcome Justin Dunaway and Morgan Denny onto the show today for a discussion regarding thrust manipulation progression strategies to maximize performance along with their insight on the best methods for teaching thrust manipulation and so much more. It was a great discussion with some fantastic takeaways from our guests. Morgan evens discusses rehabing the injured runner.
Justin Dunaway, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. SMT, Cert. DN. Dip. Extremity Manipulation. Justin graduated from Youngstown State University DPT program and throughout his career he as served as a PT, Director of Continuing Education, Clinical director, and he served as a member of the executive board of the Arizona physical therapy association. He is also a faculty member for the Institute of Clinical Excellence devoted to developing PT v. 2.0 teaching the total spine thrust manipulation course and the Persistent Pain: Comprehensive course.
Morgan Denny, PT, DPT received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2006. She has focused her work in outpatient orthopedic settings, addressing conditions and people of all sorts, both in the United States and around the globe. Morgan believes that it is hard to be happy without first being healthy, and holds a strong belief that all people should have access to the resources they need to lead able-bodied and fulfilling lives. With this in mind, she began traveling to Haiti to provide rehabilitative therapy in 2013, and found passion in addressing the need in this country.
Institute of Clinical Excellence: http://ptonice.com/
Total Spine Thrust Manipulation Course: http://ptonice.com/total-spine-thrust-manipulation-brochure
Persistent Pain: Comprehensive Course: http://ptonice.com/persistent-pain-management
Justin's Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/DrDunawayDPT
Justin's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/justin.dunaway.5
Morgan's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/morgan.denny.39
Justin and Morgan are also the founders of STAND: the Haiti project in which they are working to establish permanent access to orthopedic rehabilitative services in Haiti through direct patient care and clinical training of its citizens.
Stand Haiti Website: http://www.standhaitiproject.org/
Stand Haiti Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/STANDHaitiProject/
Stand Haiti Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/STANDHaiti