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Tough to Treat

May 16, 2024

In this episode, Erica explores new and novel ways to evaluate and treat the knee.

She discusses different approaches aimed at providing a more accurate assessment of the knee.

Join her as she emphasizes the importance of training your vision.

What does "optimal" movement look like for that particular patient?

Does what...

May 9, 2024

This episode zeroes in on a scenario many physical therapists face: patients diligently following their exercise routines but not seeing the expected progress or recovery. 

We discuss thorax, foot, and knee drivers as examples and why there can be holes in someone's program even after they've been doing advanced...

May 2, 2024

What is the difference between food allergies and food sensitivities? 

Join Susan as she discusses the importance of following the science and taking the guess work out of the food allergy vs. sensitivity issue and why this is important for systemic inflammation.


A glance at this episode:

  • [3:19] Dietary elimination...

Apr 25, 2024

This episode presents what should be a straightforward case of a significant nerve root irritation. Unfortunately for this client, her situation was not addressed adequately and has left her in a lot of pain for over 3 months. 

Join us as Susan presents this client case, what went wrong, and the assessment and...

Apr 18, 2024

In this episode, Erica speaks about prescribing specific exercises based on the difficulty level relative to the region of the body driving the patient's symptoms. 

NOT the pain generator. 

NOT the area of symptoms. 


If someone has knee pain, and their driver is their foot, then the exercise program is geared towards...