Working in the pro sports model can teach you a lot about teamwork and providing an exceptional service to the athlete. That’s why PT’s that make the transition from working within professional sports often do well in their own private practice.
In this episode of the Sports PT Podcast, Tim Vidale shares his experience and some of the things that made him successful.
Tim is also the chair of the DEI committee of the AASPT, so we also talk about the objectives of the committee and his vision on the future of our profession.
Dr. Tim Vidale is the CEO of Momentous Sports Medicine and the former Physical Therapist and Assistant Rehab Coordinator for the Minnesota Twins. He was featured in Forbes magazine as one of the top 1000 Entrepreneurs of 2021. He served Team USA as a Physical Therapist at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada with the United States Olympic Committee. Dr. Vidale is a published author, with publications in internationally distributed textbooks and scholarly journals and is also a content reviewer for the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. He sits on the State Board of Physical Therapy for Washington, DC, and currently serves as the Nominating Committee chair and as the chairman of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy.