Monthly Archives: February 2014

OMPTs Together

by Rebecca Lowe February 25, 2014

     This is a topic that I am very passionate about.  I am a proponent of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT).  And when I use this term it is in the advanced study with in-depth anatomy, detailed biomechanics, specific arthrokinematics, and clinical reasoning version, not a set of generalized, cookie-cutter techniques.       Over the last […]

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OMPTs in Clinic: “Better Together”

by Rebecca Lowe February 18, 2014

I met Martin Dominguez, owner of Virginia Center for Spine and Sports Therapy in Richmond, VA at the Private Practice Section Meeting last fall in New Orleans.  We began an encouraging conversation about business and manual therapy approaches.  While talking with him was struck by: 1. The obvious care he has for his therapists and […]

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A Journey Together

by Rebecca Lowe February 5, 2014

We are “Better Together.” Our journey of “better together” begins with a story.  I have been an Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapist for 20+ years.  I have been focused on learning the specialty of orthopaedic manual physical therapy (OMPT) to help my patients become better, less pain, more function.  This has gotten me very far in […]

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