Well TTT TV (Ted's Tips on Tuesdays) Episode #1 screened on Facebook Live on Tuesday 13 June and dived into those 3 Secrets!
PLUS we discovered:
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In today's TTT TV show, we dived into:
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Today's jam-packed show covered tons of practical, actionable tips that you can apply IMMEDIATELY to improve your clients' compliance rates.
What is the '4 Letter Word' that dramatically motivates your client to follow your instructions?
What is the '3 Step Communication Framework' that you can use to effectively describe your topic/idea/point to your clients/staff/family?
All is revealed here:
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Why are Plantar Heel Pain results soooo variable?
Even after thorough, conscientious assessments and treatments, are you still ‘wishing and hoping’ your patients get better?
This 9 minute video will reveal the secret treatment option (that we don't get taught at university!) that transformed my plantar heel pain results.
90% of cases resolve in less than 3 weeks!
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Why is it that ankle strengthening using wobble boards can be next to useless?
I used to get mixed results with ankle rehab and wasn't sure why until a light bulb switched on!
In this quick video you’ll discover:
I’m also going to give you a ‘real world’ case study so you can use my example to assess and treat any of your clients who present with ‘weak ankles’.
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Do YOU recommend these footwear features to your patients/clients:
>> Reinforced Heel Counters?
>> Met-head Flex Points?
>> Rigid Shanks?
If so, you may be doing a MASSIVE disservice.
This video interview gives you a 'sneak peak' into one of the most switched-on brains in footwear research (Dr Simon Bartold) who explains why the above footwear features are just WRONG!
In 2011, Pete spent about 80% of his clinical time delivering general treatments and 20% MSK work.
Today, Pete spends 80+% delivering MSK services and less than 20% of his time providing general treatments (GT's).
How did he make that transition?
In this precise interview, Pete reveals:
If you are keen to grow your MSK caseload from GT practice, grab a pen (or your iPad) and learn from someone who's done it!
If you're wanting to provide an even more comprehensive service to your patients, you need to check out more bums!
That's what MSK Podiatrist, Clifton Bradeley, expert in pelvic dysfunction says. (OK, I've taken some liberties with his languaging but it got your attention, didn't it??).
In this concise interview, Clifton reveals:
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David Cashley, UK podiatrist and expert on Morton's Neuromas, shares his experiences in assessing, diagnosing and treating Morton's Neuromas.
In this engaging interview, Dave discloses:
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