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What's a topic in your field right now that you're excited about?

I'm excited to start using Blood Flow Restriction Therapy, inspired by Dr. Ted, while travelling with teams over championship season to compare to regular workouts.
 
Transcript: "What's the topic in your field that you are excited about? Currently it is Blood Flow, Restriction, therapy, that I'm excited to start using a personally and professionally I was inspired by dr. Ted for continues. It personally because I'm going to traveling with some of the teams over Championship season and have limited time to work out. So I want to see how that compares to my regular workouts but also so I know Michelangelo and a lot of the elite swimmers have been using costume, katsu or Blood Flow, Restriction, therapy for quite a while. So I'm excited to see how my athletes more, like that youth and College of would like that. I'll keep you posted."
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Dr. Brian Cunningham

🇺🇸 Olympic Swim Team Physiotherapist
What's the topic in your field that you are excited about? Currently it is Blood Flow, Restriction, therapy, that I'm excited to start using a personally and professionally I was inspired by dr. Ted for continues. It personally because I'm going to traveling with some of the teams over Championship season and have limited time to work out. So I want to see how that compares to my regular workouts but also so I know Michelangelo and a lot of the elite swimmers have been using costume, katsu or Blood Flow, Restriction, therapy for quite a while. So I'm excited to see how my athletes more, like that youth and College of would like that. I'll keep you posted.
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Jen Dieter

PT - 8x Crossfit Games Athlete
This one is what the topic in your field right now that you're excited about. Well, I'm going to say my two fields or CrossFit and physical therapy. So in the CrossFit World, everybody's talking about the cross, it open, it starts next week, it kind of begins, our whole process for qualifying for the CrossFit games, which is the Pinnacle, basically of what we do and in physical therapy, I'm going to go with dry needling because I just got dry needling certified. I just finished my certification over the weekend and there's a whole lot of research that's going into dry needling and what can be done and the effects that it's having. And in the clients I've been working with so far, it's been pretty cool to see results if you don't know about dry needling, there's a whole lot more information and we can talk about that another time as well.
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Dr. Kari Martin, PT, DPT, OCS

Physical Therapist and Swim Coach
Okay, what's the topic in your field right now that you're excited about? I think one of the things that I love so much about physical therapy is that it's ever evolving, and you're constantly learning and growing as you kind of grow your own practice as a clinician and for me as my business. So the best way for me to answer these questions are by telling you what? I have lined up as far as continuing education coming up this year. So I have a mastermind event coming up in the beginning of March, and then shortly thereafter. After I am headed to Chicago, for a BF r or Blood Flow, Restriction, course to see how I might be able to utilize that kind of research in helping to rehab my clients, postoperatively or with other kind of injuries and pathologies to get back to sport faster. And then the other thing that I'm looking at, it are a series of barbell, rehab classes. I think it's become sort of the norm for Athletes to get put in a situation where they're told to rest after, you know, any kind of an injury and full arrest. As we now know is not necessarily helpful. So I'm interested and excited about learning how to better. Modify and find Corrections in the semi barbell athlete athlete's to better, serve them in addition to all my other athletes because everybody should be lifting.