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E3Rehab

We are Doctors of Physical Therapy who specialize in rehabilitation, performance, and injury risk reduction. Our mission is simple: empower YOU to overcome your setbacks and crush your goals using evidence-based education. Check out our YouTube, Blog, Podcast, and Rehab Programs!

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65. Hybrid Training w/ Sam Spinelli
5d ago
65. Hybrid Training w/ Sam Spinelli
In this episode, Sam Spinelli discusses his hybrid training, including his goal of squatting 500 pounds, running a sub 5-minute mile, and running 50 kilometers.. all in the same day! --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
65. Hybrid Training w/ Sam Spinelli
5d ago
65. Hybrid Training w/ Sam Spinelli
In this episode, Sam Spinelli discusses his hybrid training, including his goal of squatting 500 pounds, running a sub 5-minute mile, and running 50 kilometers.. all in the same day! --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
64. Pelvic Floor & Whole Body Physical Therapy w/ Dr. Jennifer Carr
07-06-2022
64. Pelvic Floor & Whole Body Physical Therapy w/ Dr. Jennifer Carr
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Jennifer Carr to discuss pelvic floor and whole body physical therapy. Topics included: - Assessment and management of pelvic floor related issues - Clogged milk ducts and other painful breastfeeding conditions - Common myths and misconceptions - And much more! --- An added note from Jen: A unique part of the subjective exam that’s different from an orthopedic exam is getting details on their bowel and bladder function including diet, fluid intake, and frequency of emptying as this helps us understand dietary and lifestyle contributions to their symptoms. We spend a ton of time talking about this before the objective exam. Reasons that I may be sending an individual back to their physician for further assessment prior to further treatment would include signs of an active infection that hasn’t been treated, someone with unmanageable pain that may be appropriate for pain medication (this would include a vaginal suppository of Valium or other medications for example), a significant prolapse that does not reduce, and skin changes that potentially medical management. Red flags include sudden changes like someone who is suddenly losing a large volume of urine or leaking feces, sudden neurological changes like progressive weakness or sudden sensory changes, excessive bleeding. If it’s someone pregnant, someone with high blood pressure, changes in fetal movement, any signs of vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, sudden SOB or signs of DVT. I’m sure there are more. Of course anyone not progressing as expected will be referred back to their treating physician. --- Pelvic Floor Anatomy:   --- More about Jennifer Carr: Instagram: instagram.com/dr.jencarrpt/   Website:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
63. Cash-Based Physical Therapy w/ Tony Comella
24-05-2022
63. Cash-Based Physical Therapy w/ Tony Comella
In this episode, we sat down with Tony Comella to discuss his physical therapy business. Topics included: - Cash vs Insurance - Marketing - Biggest mistakes to avoid - And much more! --- More about us:  YouTube (Tony's clinic):   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
62. Minimum Effective Training Dose w/ Dr. Pak Androulakis-Korakakis
10-05-2022
62. Minimum Effective Training Dose w/ Dr. Pak Androulakis-Korakakis
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Pak Androulakis-Korakakis to discuss the minimum effective training dose required to increase strength in powerlifters and the general public based on his research, as well as how to apply this information practically. --- More about Pak: Instagram:   Twitter:   Research:  - - -   -   -   -   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
61. Principles of Sports Performance & Coaching w/ Thomas Cortebeeck
26-04-2022
61. Principles of Sports Performance & Coaching w/ Thomas Cortebeeck
In this episode, we sat down with Thomas Cortebeeck to discuss principles of sports performance & coaching. Topics included: - Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - Force-Velocity Curve Limitations & Misunderstandings - Sport-Specific Training - And much more! --- More about Thomas Cortebeeck: Instagram: instagram.com/videnform  --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
60. Return To Sport Process w/ Dr. Amy Arundale
12-04-2022
60. Return To Sport Process w/ Dr. Amy Arundale
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Amy Arundale to discuss the Return To Sport Process. Topics included: - Understanding Sport-Specific Demands - Measuring & Tracking Objective Data - Return to Running Criteria - Integrating Motor Learning Strategies - And much more! --- More about Dr. Amy Arundale: Instagram:   Twitter:   Previous Episode:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
59. Achilles Tendinopathy w/ Dr. Peter Malliaras
29-03-2022
59. Achilles Tendinopathy w/ Dr. Peter Malliaras
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Peter Malliaras to discuss Achilles Tendinopathy. Topics included: - Evaluation Priorities - Role of Exercise - Optimal Exercise Prescription - Monitoring Pain - Role of Injectables (PRP, corticosteroids, etc.) - Role of Adjunct Treatments (shockwave, orthoses, etc.) - Myths & Misconceptions - And much more! --- More about Dr. Peter Malliaras: Twitter:   Website: --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
58. Iliotibial Band Pain w/ Dr. Rich Willy
15-03-2022
58. Iliotibial Band Pain w/ Dr. Rich Willy
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Rich Willy to discuss IT Band pain. Topics included: - Anatomy & function of the IT Band - Who gets it? Why? - Differential diagnosis - Rehab framework - Running retraining - Other common myths and misconceptions - And much more! --- More about Dr. Rich Willy: Twitter:   Instagram:   Blog Part 1:   Blog Part 2:   Paper (Open Access):   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Blog:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
57. Abandoning Shoulder Impingement w/ Jared Powell
01-03-2022
57. Abandoning Shoulder Impingement w/ Jared Powell
In this episode, we sat down with Jared Powell to discuss the abandonment of shoulder impingement as a diagnostic label. Topics included: - History and evolution of the diagnosis - How the diagnosis influenced operative and non-operative management - Usefulness of the diagnosis - What we should call non-traumatic shoulder pain instead - Mechanistic rationale for our treatment - Other common myths and misconceptions - And much more! --- More about Jared Powell: Twitter:   Instagram:   Website:   Podcast:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- Tolerating Uncertainty --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
56. Patellofemoral Pain w/ Dr. Bradley Neal
15-02-2022
56. Patellofemoral Pain w/ Dr. Bradley Neal
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Bradley Neal to discuss patellofemoral pain, including some of his most recent research on the topic.  --- More about Dr. Brad Neal: Twitter:   Instagram: Team PFP Website:   Website:   Paper:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram:  --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
55. Biomechanics, Exercise Prescription, & Programming w/ Dr. Scot Morrison
01-02-2022
55. Biomechanics, Exercise Prescription, & Programming w/ Dr. Scot Morrison
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Scot Morrison to discuss biomechanics, exercise prescription, programming, critical thinking, and much more! --- More about Scot: Twitter:   Instagram:   Website:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram: --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
54. Running-Related Injuries, Rehab, & Performance w/ Dr. Jason Tuori
18-01-2022
54. Running-Related Injuries, Rehab, & Performance w/ Dr. Jason Tuori
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Jason Tuori to discuss running-related injuries, rehab, and performance. Questions included: - What are the most common running-related injuries?  - What questions are you asking during the initial evaluation? - What does your physical examination entail? - What's your hierarchy of management strategies (education, load management, resistance training, running retraining, shoewear, foot orthoses, etc.)? - What do you recommend for improving performance and/or reducing the risk of injury? - What are the most common questions runners ask you? - And much more! --- More about Jason: Twitter:   Instagram:   Podcast:   --- More about us:  YouTube:   Website:   Instagram: --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
53. Distal Biceps Rupture - Nonoperative Management
04-01-2022
53. Distal Biceps Rupture - Nonoperative Management
In this episode, Sam and Marc sat down to discuss Sam's distal biceps rupture and his nonoperative management.  --- Website:   YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
52. Rhomboid Pain
21-12-2021
52. Rhomboid Pain
In this episode, Sam and Marc sat down to discuss misconceptions, assessment, and management of "rhomboid pain." --- Blog:   YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
51. Osgood-Schlatter Disease w/ Professor Michael Rathleff
07-12-2021
51. Osgood-Schlatter Disease w/ Professor Michael Rathleff
In this episode, we sat down with Professor Michael Rathleff to discuss his research related to Osgood-Schlatter disease. ---   --- More about Professor Michael Rathleff: ResearchGate:    Twitter:   --- More about us: Website:   Instagram: YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
50. Isometrics for Testing & Training Purposes w/ Dr. Danny Lum
23-11-2021
50. Isometrics for Testing & Training Purposes w/ Dr. Danny Lum
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Danny Lum to discuss isometrics. Topics included: - Defining and discussing the different types of isometrics - Incorporating isometrics for testing purposes - How to implement isometrics into training  - Unique benefits of isometrics - Common pitfalls in programming - And much more! --- More about Danny Lum: Instagram:   Twitter:   --- More about us: Website:   Instagram: YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
49. Persistent Sciatica w/ Dr. Jacob Harden
09-11-2021
49. Persistent Sciatica w/ Dr. Jacob Harden
In this episode, we interview Dr. Jacob Harden, a chiropractor who shares his experience with sciatica for the past 6 months. --- More about Jacob Harden: Instagram:   Twitter:   Website:   --- More about us: Website:   Instagram: YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
48. Flexible Interactions w/ Ben Cormack
26-10-2021
48. Flexible Interactions w/ Ben Cormack
In this episode, we sat down with Ben Cormack to discuss all things related to patient communication and education.  --- More about Ben Cormack: Instagram:   Twitter:   Website:   --- More about us: Website:   Instagram: YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
47. Plyometrics & Athletic Development w/ Matt McInnes Watson
12-10-2021
47. Plyometrics & Athletic Development w/ Matt McInnes Watson
In this episode, we sat down with Matt McInnes Watson to discuss plyometrics and athletic development. Topics included: - Defining and classifying plyometrics - Benefits of plyometrics - Progressing plyometrics - Common mistakes with implementation - And much more! --- More about Matt McInnes Watson: Instagram: or   Website:   --- More about us: Website:   Instagram: YouTube:   --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.
46. Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome w/ Dr. Joanne Kemp
28-09-2021
46. Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome w/ Dr. Joanne Kemp
In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Joanne Kemp to discuss Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome. Questions included: - How is FAIS defined? - Who gets FAIS? Why? - What should be emphasized during an evaluation? - What are the key components of rehabilitation? - When should imaging be considered? - When should surgery be considered? - What are realistic expectations after surgery? - Common myths or misconceptions that need debunking? - And much more! --- More about Dr. Joanne Kemp: Twitter:   ResearchGate:   --- More about us: YouTube Video:   Website:   Instagram: --- This episode was produced by Matt Hunter.