Category: PT Podcast

A Recurring Theme…

If you have listened to the first few episodes of The PT Podcast, you will notice some recurring themes among the advice that you hear from successful physical therapists. “Carpe diem” and “Gather ye rosebuds while...

PT Podcast #3: Ross Nakaji

  Erik went up to Seattle to conduct his interview with JW Matheson and realized that his friend Ross Nakaji was going to be there as well. Recording this episode turned out to be...

Science-Based Medicine Blog Comment Thread

If you are here because you read the recent comment thread on the aptly named Science-Based Medicine blog, well, hello. I’m Erik. It’s nice to meet you. For more information on the science talk that...

JW Matheson gets quoted on Science-Based Medicine blog

PT Podcast friend and most recent interview victim JW Matheson was highlighted in the always great Science-Based Medicine blog. JW had written an email that called into question the wisdom of advertising a scientifically...

PT Podcast #2: JW Matheson

  In this episode of the PT Podcast, Erik met up with JW Matheson in Seattle, WA during the Private Practice Section Annual Conference. They talk about getting into physical therapy and the role...

What do George Davies and Steve Jobs have in common?

    I am currently finishing Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. In the book, there is a quote from Jobs that is very much in line with something that George pointed out in...

PT Podcast #1: George Davies

  In this first episode of the PT Podcast, Erik went to Tacoma, WA to talk with George Davies about getting into the profession, his military service, and how he got to do the...

MRI and orthopedic evaluation

This is a post from my clinic blog regarding the proper use of MRI in the evaluation of orthopedic injuries. I thought might be helpful for other PTs to share with their patients. blackdiamondpt.com/?p=236

And so it begins…

I’ve been working on this concept for quite a while. I enjoy listening to podcasts, specifically the interview-style format. One day I was thinking, “Some idiot should start collecting interviews of well established and influential...