Learn how to add strength and conditioning principles to your physical therapy practice
On July 31st, I sat down with Michael Masi, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS, CISSN, CMTPT, USAW-1 to talk about how you can utilize strength and conditioning principles in your physical therapy practice!
Dr. Masi is the founder of Masi Fitness, a strength-sport practice serving the powerlifting, bodybuilding, and weightlifting community. Dr. Masi integrates manual therapy into his practice, including joint and soft tissue mobilization, manipulation, and dry needling, with focuses on obtaining strength, stability, and mobility.
Whether you're working with professional athletes, avid CrossFitters, or simply patients who want to return to an active lifestyle, strength and conditioning principles can help boost your physical therapy practice.
In this webinar, we covered questions like:
- How can you incorporate strength and conditioning into a physical therapy practice?
- How can you increase your value to your patients?
- How do you offer an increased range of services through strength and conditioning?
- What steps can you take to increase your expertise in strength and conditioning?
- And more!