Jan 16, 2019
Matthew Taylor & Staffan Elgelid come onto HET Podcast to discuss the systemic limitations on creativity in healthcare education and professional organizations along with great insight into terminal degree considerations.
Matt's Website: http://matthewjtaylor.com/
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Staffan's Website: http://somatologik.com/
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Creativity in Rehabilitation Website: http://www.rehabandcreativity.com/
On Your Authority Website: http://www.onyourauthority.com/
On Your Authority Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/on-your-authority/id999811719?mt=2
Creativity in Healthcare Podcast (Itunes):https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-creativity-in-healthcare/id1062884248?mt=2
Creativity in Healthcare Podcast (Website): http://www.rehabandcreativity.com/podcast/
Matt on the Pain Reframed Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/68-strategies-and-wins-from-the-field-part-4/id1223789711?i=1000416633470&mt=2
Matt interviews Staffan on the Creativity in Healthcare Podcast on Systemic Limitations on Creativity in Academia and Professional Organizations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbHpvJ3Nr2w&feature=youtu.be
The PT Hustle Website: https://www.thepthustle.com/
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Matthew J. Taylor, PT, PhD, C-IAYT
Matt has been creating since his early days as a US Army physical therapist when he was assigned the additional duty of Post Fitness Facilitator in 1982 [It was a new position and no one had been one before!]. His career has included teaching some of the first Back Schools in US government facilities, building an integrated physical therapy/health club medical gym in a town of 3500 with a staff of seventeen, and since 2004 directing a mindfulness/yoga-based rehabilitation clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. The practice closed in May 2016 as Dr Taylor will devote his full time to his Institute. The practice was a cash-based and the place where the future of rehabilitation was being created, based on his textbook, Fostering Creativity in Rehabilitation. His unique blend of emerging neuroscience, transformative learning theory and yoga therapeutics offered his patients with chronic, complex health challenges hope and practical tools for easing their suffering. Matt has helped therapists around the world change their personal and professional practices to align with their passion in life as an author, teacher and consultant
Staffan Elgelid, PT, PhD, GCFP, C-IAYT, RYT500
Full Professor, Nazareth College
Staffan Elgelid has been a Physical Therapist for over 20 years. A native of Sweden and graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, Staffan has worked in a wide variety of settings, including owning his own clinics, and has presented at conferences on a wide variety of topics such as Guided Imagery, Healthy Aging, Mentoring, Awareness, Core Strengthening, Feldenkrais, both in the US and in Europe and has produced DVD’s on core strengthening. Dr Elgelid wrote chapters in and co-edited reference book Yoga Therapy: Theory and Practice.
Dr. Elgelid is a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and Comprehensive Yoga Therapist. He is a former editor of the International Feldenkrais Federation research journal and a past board member of the North American Feldenkrais Guild. Dr. Elgelid is still actively seeing clients that are interested in The Feldenkrais Method or Yoga Therapy. Dr. Elgelid is an Advisory Board member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
Dr Elgelid teaches in areas such as Soft Tissue Techniques, Health Promotion and Wellness, and a wide array of clinical courses. In addition, Dr Elgelid is also on the faculty at YogaLife institute in Devon, PA. His website is www.somatologik.com .