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PT Elevated: Live at APTA Combined Sections Meeting 2022 l Kory Zimney & Paul Mintken

February 24, 2022 • Education • Kory Zimney, Paul Mintken

Welcome back to season 2 of PT Elevated where we are broadening our topics to include more researchers but still focusing on topics that you can use in your clinic every day.
On a special tenth episode of season 2 of PT Elevated our hosts Kory Zimney and Paul Mintken are LIVE at the American  Physical Therapy Associations 2022 Combined Sections Meeting in San Antonio, Texas interviewing students and presenters finding out what they are learning to take back to their clinics.

Helpful research and training:
EIM APTA Combined Sections Meeting Clinical Corner Schedule
EIM Faculty Presenting at APTA CSM 2022

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Kory Zimney

Kory received a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota in 1994.  He completed his transitional DPT from Des Moines University in 2010 and is currently enrolled and in the candidacy phase of the PhD PT program with Nova Southeastern University. His dissertation is focusing on the construct of trust as part...

Paul Mintken

Paul has taught musculoskeletal content for the past 15 years. His active research agenda focuses on conservative care for musculoskeletal disorders as well as spinal and extremity manipulation and dry needling. Current Roles: Evidence In Motion, Faculty Wardenburg Health Center at the University of Colorado Boulder, Lead Clinician Regis University Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy,...

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