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PT Elevated | Topics in the PT Profession Today | Tom Denninger

January 21, 2023 • • Paul Mintken, Tom Denninger

EIM faculty Tom Denninger discusses topics that are top of mind for many physical therapists today like, patient choice, good physical therapy, burnout, and clinical decision making. Why are these topics relevant with PTs today? Listen and learn more.

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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,...

Tom Denninger

Tom Denninger, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, has spent his career working in a multidisciplinary pain and spine center. Tom has specialized in the care of patients with complex pain conditions including chronic back and neck pain, fibromyalgia, central sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, and whiplash associated disorders. He completed his DPT and Orthopedic Residency at Sacred...

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