Ladies and gentlemen, manualtherapy.blog brings you the one-and-only Stanley Paris as youve never heard him before.
Today, we speak with Mike Rogers! Another historic person in the manual therapy education of physical therapists in the USA. If you love history, you're going to want to listen to this conversation.
This episode is a quick history lesson regarding two key men that were influential in Kent Keyser's life (as well as so many others), but are no longer with us. They are David Lamb and Jeff Ellis.
We're back, and with a powerhouse of a conversation to listen and learn from!
Joe Farrell is our next guest to the blog in our series of interviews. He is recently retired as a private practice owner in California, but is still quite active within the profession. One of the things that makes Joe special (one of many indeed!) is that he was a founding member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT). Another important thing that Joe is known for over the years is that he served as senior faculty for the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Residency and Fellowship programs. Joe is both a leader and servant, as evident by awards that he has received... which include the Distinguished Lecturer award from AAOMPT and the Catherine Worthingham Fellow from the APTA. Listen in on our conversation and get a glimpse at what makes Joe such a special guy!