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Flexibility, Exercise Dosage, Advanced Rehab Exercises

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about restoring flexibility, how we dose of exercises, and the advanced phases of rehabilitation.  To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.

 

#AskMikeReinold Episode 123: Flexibility, Exercise Dosage, Advanced Rehab Exercises

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5 replies
  1. Emily Malkin
    Emily Malkin says:

    Hi Mike,

    Absolutely love the Podcast and am currently enjoying your knee course. As a female PT, strength & conditioning coach, and Crossfit athlete, it would be great to see more female representation on the show. I have only seen one female strength coach and one female student perhaps on the show since I’ve been watching for over a year. I think it’s extremely important to include a female voice in this arena as female clinicians continue to gain prominence as performance PT’s (Chelsea Lane, Sue Falsone, etc.) Thank you for the highly informative content on your website and courses, it has made me a better therapist and coach.

    Best,
    Emily Malkin PT, DPT, CSCS
    Boston University, Sargent College 2012

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    • Mike Reinold
      Mike Reinold says:

      Thanks Emily! We have a few females make appearances as we have some students and strength coaches at our facility. The main core of our podcast is the PT crew at Champion. We don’t have a female PT right now but hope one comes along one day!

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  2. Amanda
    Amanda says:

    Hi Mike, love the podcast! I’m a new grad PT about to start my first job at an outpatient neuro/orthopedic clinic. Would be possible to get the title and/or authors of the research that was cited in the podcast about dosage of stretching/flexibility exercises? I’m trying to create a library of reputable sources to justify my clinical decisions. Thanks!

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