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Movers & Shakers I Deep Dive I David Butler

December 22, 2022

Welcome to the Practice Leadership Podcast. This season we’re digging ever deeper into the PT industry’s biggest movers and shakers. Join us, your co-hosts, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski, the authors of Movers & Mentors, as we deep-dive with the big guns – answering the big questions every future and current PT wants to know.

From Confluent Health and Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast’s Movers & Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking our industry heavyweights for their wisdom, deconstructing influential quotes and learning a thing or two along the way.

This week we are connected with David Butler, a physiotherapy graduate of the University of Queensland (1978). He has a graduate diploma in advanced manipulative therapy (1985), a masters degree by research from the University of South Australia (1996) and a doctorate in education from Flinders University (2010).

David is a clinician, an international freelance educator, an Adjunct Associate Professor with the University of South Australia and an Honoured Lifetime Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. His professional interests focus on the integration of neurobiology into clinical decision making and public and professional education in pain, stress and performance management. Food, wine and fishing are also research interests.

Author of numerous book chapters and articles and the texts Mobilisation of the Nervous System (1991), The Sensitive Nervous System (2000), David has also co-authored of Explain Pain (2003, 2nd Edn 2013), The Graded Motor Imagery Handbook (2012) and The Explain Pain Handbook: Protectometer (2015).

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David Butler – Twitter –
Website: https://www.enda-king.com/
Tim Reynolds – Twitter – @TimReynoldsDPT Movers & Mentors – Twitter – @MoversMentors
Confluent Health – Twitter @ConfluentHealth
Evidence In Motion – Twitter – @EIMTeam

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