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Mai Mult
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The purpose of this podcast is to inspire humans through the sharing of stories to leverage social media to foster deeper human connection, develop a strong support system for physical therapists, healthcare providers, and others and to overcome the fear of taking action on dreams.
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A podcast to share stories and insights from my time as a physical therapist. It is the trials and tribulations, the beautiful and inspirational, the hilarity, the tragedy, the infuriating, and everything in between working in healthcare. This is for healthcare professionals and patients alike in hopes of providing some kind of life value to anyone in or around healthcare.
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The Unreal Results podcast helps physical therapists and certified athletic trainers feel confident and get better outcomes for their clients by teaching about the influence of the viscera organs and the nervous system on human movement, pain, and injury. Explore how a visceral and neural-based lens of view can provide a new perspective to performance-based physical therapy, athletic training, and sports medicine.
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If you're a physical therapy clinic owner looking for tips, tools and strategies for growing your business, this is the podcast for you. Your host is Paul Gough - a former Professional Soccer Physical Therapist turned successful business owner and best selling Author from the UK. As well as running his own 4 location clinic, Paul works with clinic owners from all across the USA, Canada, Britain, Australia and beyond. Paul talks about everything from marketing, sales and hiring staff to leade ...
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In this episode of Unreal Results, I dive deep into sacral pain talking about its link to your organs, nervous system, and even past pelvic floor issues. I share how sacral pain is often misdiagnosed as low back pain and the surprising (maybe not if you've been following along for some time) connection to gut health. I also talk about how hormones …
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In this episode of the Unreal Results Podcast, I talk about the Mesenteric Roots of the small intestines and their significance in cases of low back pain. I dive into the anatomy and function of the mesenteric root, including its relationship with the duodenal jejunal flexure and the ligament of Treitz. I also talk about the reflexive connections b…
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In this episode, I discuss how important using the MovementREV Swelling Reduction Protocol is post-injury and even post-surgery. I share how critical checking the distal pulses is to ensure no stagnant swelling impedes the healing and rehabilitation process. And what it means to have persistent swelling and why this can help know if something is wr…
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In this episode, I share how the LTAP (locator test assessment protocol) and MovementREV lens of view, incorporating the whole organism (visceral, neural, and musculoskeletal systems) guides post-surgical rehab. From swelling, range of motion, and exercises to manual therapy and facilitating safety and the parasympathetic nervous system, I share my…
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In this one I cover 9 of the most important aspects if you're trying to scale a CASH Pay clinic, OR move from insurance to cash. One of the most interesting of the 9 is how well you can differentiate yourself from cheaper or insurance providers your patients are considering. Most people think it's about "better service" or being "better" at the cli…
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Join me for a deep dive into the anatomy and physiology of the kidneys. Explore how the kidneys are deeply embedded into our movement and humans and how closely the organs are related to the spine and extremities. In this episode you will learn why I am so adamant about not using hard massage tools or deep tissue to the area of the kidneys and why …
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In this one I share with you SEVEN different ways you are probably/possibly losing money in your physio business. At this time of the year it's easy to think about all the places you want to make money - but what about where you are LOSING it? Isn't that more important? Let's fix the LEAKS before you add anything new (it's also a LOT easier to do s…
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In this episode of the Unreal Results podcast, I share how powerful understanding and cueing weight shifting can be to instantly improve dynamic alignment, reflexive core stability, and overall movement performance. I share how important understanding fascial tensegrity and sensory integration is in motor development and how when you appreciate the…
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Inspired by the trend on social media I share what my professional development plan would be if I was starting over in my career, fresh out of college. There are some big missing pieces in the industry as far as movement science and bridging the gap between rehab and performance that would be the focus as well as learning about a more whole organis…
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I recently posted a thread about the tendency toward settling for mediocrity in our profession. This is actually exactly what keeps us from feeling confident in not only guaranteeing results for our clients but also referring them to other practitioners or back to the doctor for red flags, and advocating for different answers. You can get caught up…
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In this episode, I share why I believe these 3 nerves are so powerful to target for manual therapy, nerve glides, or movement drills. The 3 nerves are the trigeminal nerve, the accessory nerve, and the obturator nerve. I break down the connections to the fascial containers of our axial skeleton and the role they play in viscera and neural influence…
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In this one, Todd Wickstrom of Red Light Systems joins us to talk about how private practice owners looking to generate additional revenue to your clinic can use Red Light Therapy as a versatile, proven, and in-demand technology that patients love! Red Light Systems, is one of our trusted, and highly recommended PPM Live sponsors, and their tech ca…
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"Your body is your best friend." parting words from my friend and colleague Daniela Spear. Many people have a hard time both feeling and understanding this, especially those people who have autoimmune diseases. Often in the Western medicine community when someone is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease they are given the explanation that their body…
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In this episode I share how the understanding of Phillip Beach's contractile field theory of movement provides new context for c-sections and back pain. I also discuss the anatomical connections of the uterus and ovaries to the hard frame of the skeleton, the role the scar and the loss of cutaneous sensation may play in back pain and recovery. In a…
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In this one I catch up on the last few weeks since PPM LIVE, reviewing some of the best things to happen at the event, as well as share the exciting news that we’re coming to Dublin for a 2-day Marketing event on Dec 13-14th. Plus, don’t miss the EPIC rant in this one where I call out the sheer HIPOCRISY of some physio’s who are OK with going on ST…
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In this episode I break down the various parts of the anatomy and physiology of the parasympethic nervous system. Understanding these parts provides insight on how simple things can help shift into improved parasympathetic tone and robustness of the autonomic nervous system. I provide easy approaches that are often more powerful or accessible than …
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In this episode I revisit the MovementREV Swelling Reduction Protocol as I released the updated FREE download. Reviewing the key spots of the protocol I explain what revisions I have made and how to utilize it in its most powerful form- integrating it with the LTAP (locator test assessment protocol). I also share what sequence to choose if you have…
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In this episode I take a deep dive into what it means to "listen to the body" both from a personal standpoint and as a professional working with another body. I share my thoughts on how important it is to regain and improve awareness of the sensations in the body and how to identify how we feel when we feel safe and feel how truth feels. During the…
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This one is for everyone who is coming to PPM LIVE... it's the official warm up to the SOLD OUT event that is bringing together 250 clinic owners from around the world. Here's how to get the best from it and what you can expect when you all get here... GROOVY. If you want to attend PPM LIVE from your own office or home, access the virtual pass here…
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In this episode I share my experience attending the Tongue Mojo webcast from Stop Chasing Pain. After years of symptoms related to issues with my esophagus, trachea, stomach, and mouth, I am realizing how important the tongue is! I took Dr. Perry's course in hopes to see how he practically integrated the tongue with the rest of the body and to lear…
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In this one I speak to the amazing Steve Mclean, a physio clinic owner from Scotland. Steve's build an incredibly successful clinic and in this episode we talk about life now that he's ALMOST out of patient care and managing ten staff, lessons he's learned about dealing with RISK, and the new project he's involved with that is making it easier for …
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In this one I answer questions from people interested in coming to PPM LIVE, as well as fend off a whole load of excuses as to why people who WANT TO COME, say they CAN'T! Is your excuse on here? FYI, this is a very lighthearted look at how many excuses or reasons, although seemingly valid, really do nothing but get in the way of making a big decis…
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Inspired by a recently anatomy image of the relationship between the psoas muscle and the lumbar plexus nerves, this episode shares my thoughts and approach to "tight" psoas muscles and poor hip flexor performance. I discuss the role the psoas plays with the viscera, nervous system, and movement and offer my thoughts on assessment and simple treatm…
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Yesterday, I hosted a live global broadcast to make a massive - some would say major - announcement about this year's PPM LIVE. If you are at all interested in coming, listen to this episode. Don't miss out on this GROOVY Marketing Superconference for Private Practice Owners, happening October 19th-22nd in Orlando. If you have any questions, please…
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My friend and colleague Lex Lancaster is back on the Unreal Results podcast, this time sharing about her experience with long standing shoulder pain. While she was in San Diego helping me out with a course I was teaching we were able to find a 30min window to assess and treat her shoulder using the LTAP (locator test assessment protocol). Her "hist…
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Replay of the 2nd live call from the Results Cheat Code Course. During this call we review the SI joint mobility locator test and talk about assessment and treat guidelines and some treatment options. We also explore where SI joint pain fits in this clinical picture and how to truly diagnose the SI joint as the pain generator vs. if it is coming fr…
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In this one, I share some things I learned at a marketing conference I was at this week, as well as what to do if you're worried about how the "economic turmoil" will affect you, or concerned about being left OUT of the emerging trends happening in the PT profession. There's a LOT of turmoil in the profession right now and this podcast has a soluti…
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This is a replay of the kick off call to the Results Cheat Code Course. One of the things I hear from sports healthcare professionals is that in their day to day, they lack the confidence to guarantee results for their clients. What most sports healthcare professionals miss is the ability to trust the wisdom of the body and be able to listen to it …
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In this episode I share a recent case that had “unreal results”. After 5 yrs of ‘shoulder’ pain and a recent scare of symptoms that felt like a heart attack just one virtual assessment using the MovementREV LTAP (locator test assessment protocol) was able to identify the underlying visceral driver and provide a clear path to long term healing and i…
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This one comes hot on the heels of an "SOS" type conversation a member of my team had with a practice owner who, in her own words, is "$1,000's in debt and ready to close the practice." I don't give you advice to get out of debt or keep it open, only my thoughts on why such a thing happens in the first place in the hope you can avoid it or change c…
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Are hamstring strains really as straightforward as they seem? In this episode I dive into some of the less known complexities of this common injury, sharing the top three aspects that often get overlooked in treatment. By sharing a case from my own practice - a professional football player with recurrent hamstring strains - l explore the distinctio…
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Just recently, I flew 2,200 miles from Orlando to LA for PHYSIO treatment on my hip, and that was in spite of the fact I could have seen a local physio, or simply ask one of my own to look at a long-standing hip injury. The reason why I did might surprise you but it's something that you can implement into your own life any time you are ready and I'…
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In this one, I am live from LAX airport and about to fly to Orlando. I've spent the week with Jason Han of HealthFit in Pasadena (working on my hip) and during the week, I shared something with him that really seemed to resonate. It’s about how to better manage your people and have better relationships with people in general. It’s all revealed on t…
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Trigeminal Nerve is one of the largest cranial nerves. This nerve provides sensation to the face, as well as motor innervates ion to the masseter muscle, the strongest muscle in our body (jaw). It also, however, does another powerful thing: innervates the tentorium and fallx in the cranium the thickening of the dura or meninges, and therefore has a…
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Hey Planet Paul, welcome to another episode of the podcast! Today, we're going back to one of Paul's keynotes at PPM Live 2022. He talks about how to grow a company that ACTUALLY makes money. Your staff needs to have their roles and pay grades clearly defined, in order for both parties to be successful. This is just a sneak peek into what we will b…
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Welcome back to another episode of the podcast! We have a good one for you today, featuring all of our headliner speakers for PPM Live this October. In case you forgot, we've got "The Profit", Marcus Lemonis, The Love Doctor, Anil Gupta, and Financial Expert, Greg Crabtree. If you haven't booked your seat for PPM Live - what are you waiting for? Yo…
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