Stress is a natural part of life. It's neither good or bad. It simply is. Too much or too little stress can be veer into good or bad.
In particular, too much stress can become a serious health issue. We all experience stress and yet some of us are better than others at dealing with it.
Even more so, at channeling it into high productivity. How is that done? Through internal systems.
On this episode of Therapy Insiders podcast, we, along with Dr. John Rusin, go over our stress management systemization strategies.
Welcome back to the latest episode of Therapy Insiders podcast LIVE. On this new format we answer your questions LIVE as well as cover some topics we see as relevant. On this episode we go over business, entrepreneurship and your questions on selling pain science to other medical professionals.
Continuing education (con-ed) is a necessity. You need to do it to maintain your license. You need to do it to maintain your skillset. You need to do it to simply keep up. How do you choose which con-ed courses to attend? They are often expensive, require travel and integration. Listen in for the answers.
What do you do when a patient presents with cervicogenic dizziness? How do you go about addressing the problem? How do you keep the patient comfortable? Answers in the podcast.
Is CashPT better than traditional PT? Is spending MORE time with someone equal to spending BETTER time with them? Is there any data to show that more time is better time? Discussion in the podcast.
There are certain inevitabilities in business. The one that most (if not all) can agree upon is failure.
At some point in your business you will fail. For most of us it happens daily. It's akin to baseball. If you hit .300 you are considered an All-star. That means failing 70% of the time puts you in an exclusively, highly successful group.
We embrace failure for what it is, a critical learning experience. We hope you do as well. Some lessons are tougher than others. In this episode, we share a couple stories that exemplify these concepts.
Then we discuss a dangerous tunnel visioned dilemma that experts run in to. It's dangerous because you may not even know it's happening until too late. Find out what the dilemma is and how to avoid it!
Physical therapy continues to grow and evolve. So must Therapy Insiders podcast. We've recorded over 120 episodes over 5 years. We've had amazing conversations and discussions. It's time to switch things up!
Welcome to a new season of Therapy Insiders podcast from UpDoc Media. Tune in to hear what this season has in-store!
You wake up. Get out of bed. Get dressed. Brush your teeth. Maybe eat some breakfast. Maybe drink some coffee. Then off to work. How much of your day is optimized vs reacted to?
Have you considered--What is an optimal day for YOU?
What if you could take breaks to drastically improve performance at work?
What if you knew when to do creative work vs drudge work?
What if you had a better handle of how to maximize your day?
Timing is everything.
That's precisely what Daniel Pink breaks down in his new book
On this podcast Dan explains the background of his research for the book as well as some details on what makes an effective day.
Want to read the book? Grab it on amazon NOW!
This may be the most important episode of Therapy Insiders podcast we've ever recorded.
You are young, healthy and hitting your professional stride.
Everything is going great.
Then you start to get tired. A little too often.
It's probably normal, you've been working a lot. Maybe you need a break.
You take a break, and nothing changes. In fact it get's worse. Then you start having some stomach issues.
Ok, time to go see a doctor. It's just a precaution.
The phone rings.
This is what Ben Sergeant is going through.
Listen to his story now on Therapy Insiders Podcast.
Please contribute to www.gofundme.com/bensergeant