Category: Spotlight

Anatomy and Clinical Experience for PT Students – Spotlight on Drs Charles and Lawrence

by Rebecca Lowe July 28, 2015

Last month I was invited by Derek Charles to come join he and Kevin Lawrence for one of Tennessee State University’s anatomy labs for first year PT students.  And here are some observations that made me think of how combinations of different things are better together: Firstly, Drs. Charles and Lawrence are a good pair.  […]

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Spotlight on Susan Clinton – Women’s Health and OMPT Together

by Rebecca Lowe April 12, 2014

A fabulous interview with Susan Clinton, Women’s Health Expert and Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapist How did you become interested in the Women’s Health Specialty and how long have you been doing it? I began treating clients with pelvic floor dysfunction, pain, GI and urinary difficulties of all ages since 1995.  Dr. Louis Wall (author of […]

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Spotlight – Bradley Grohovsky – OMPT, APTA, Pro Bono PT

by Rebecca Lowe March 27, 2014

  Spotlight is on Bradley Grohovsky, Annapolis PT.  One of the reasons to continue to have high hopes for the future of PT/OMPT. I interviewed him for this blog: Can you give a description about yourself and your current projects? Currently, my beautiful wife and I live in Annapolis, MD and we keep our schedule […]

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Spotlight – Jeff Coffin, 3X Grammy Winner

by Rebecca Lowe March 19, 2014

Spotlight is on the amazing Jeff Coffin.  He is a 3x Grammy winning saxophonist, composer and educator.  “Being surrounded by a community of creative people is where I am and where I want to stay.” I feel that having a strong and connected community of musicians is essential to having a healthy music scene. Nashville […]

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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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