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Back again to spread the word- Lesley Allen is making sure the memory of 9/11 and Stephen Siller's heroic action lives on. Matt and Lesley discuss the event and all the new features and causes the foundation has started as we gear up for NKY's 5th annual Tunnel to Towers 5k run/walk on September 10th, 2022 in Crescent Springs, KY. You'll hear all t…
 
For this month's clinical corner article- Matt shares a study done in 2020 that compared early PT intervention vs later intervention after injury and how it saves on cost for patients. The article compares many retrospective cases for similar injuries that sought PT right away vs those who waited and the difference in recovery, imaging, surgery, me…
 
In this episode, Physical Therapist and company partner Rob Schwab shares some recent stories about some of his patients who had a hip replacement and their doctor told them NOT to come to physical therapy afterwards. Luckily some of his patients knew they'd benefit from PT and used their Direct Access to visit anyway. Though frustrated, Rob shares…
 
Part 2 of the Larry Starr series, Larry tells Matt and Allie all about how he introduced strength training to the MLB. Can you believe baseball didn't have any sort of strength training before 1972? Hear all the pushback and negative feedback the Larry's idea received at first, and all the success it proved after. Listen to all of the fun stories h…
 
We are very excited to share our conversation with Larry Starr, athletic trainer for the Cincinnati Reds ('72-'92). For this episode, Larry shares his experience landing the job with the MLB after training and instructing at Ohio University, as well as some inside scoop on some of the Red's most loved players. This is our first 2 part series for ou…
 
In this episode, Matt and Allie chat with the Director of Performance and Vice President of Oxford At Work, Tom Ernst, about some of the recent *wins* their clients have experienced in the field. Hear about some of the precautions they are taking during the summer months working along side workers out in the field. Want to learn more about Oxford A…
 
In this episode, listen as Allie asks all her burning questions as to why someone should choose PT over going to see a chiropractor or other boutique type services like stretch facilities and massage. Matt is able to give all the answers and some insight on why someone might choose one or the other, but ultimately states PT is able to address the r…
 
Back again with this month's Clinical Corner Article for June, Matt and Allie talk about a case report that supports the fact that dry needling help post- surgical pain in total knee patients. Hear about the case study and the factors that played part in treatment and recovery for those patients who recently had a total knee replacement. Also learn…
 
We think all of Cincinnati might agree that Jim Burrow has to be the proudest dad this year! For our Father's day tribute, listen as Matt, Allie and Ken sit down with Coach Jim Burrow while visiting Ohio University to talk about his experience growing up in a family of athletes and passing on the genetics and traditions to his sons. We talk about a…
 
Did you run the Flying Pig Marathon? Are you still having aches, pains, or suffered an injury? Listen as Kayla explains why it's important to check in with your body and make sure there is no underlying strains that could cause serious damage in the long run. Also, hear Kayla's tips and tricks she has for runners trying to improve with their traini…
 
This month's Clinical Corner Article covers the effectiveness of Blood Flow Restriction Training in treatment of shoulder pain. Two young female athletes with very similar shoulder pain received BFRT in combination of other treatments and both saw meaningful improvement when they were discharged. Learn a little more about BFRT and the other ways it…
 
In this episode Matt and Allie talk to Physical Therapist, Chris Reis, about the importance of integrating strengthening exercises into treatment. Hear about a published article that concluded strengthening did not aid in the patient's recovery. With Chris' enthusiasm and apt knowledge, he was able to discover there was a problem with their finding…
 
In this episode, patient Jill shares her story after she suffered a knee injury. She has always been an athlete and suffered knee injuries in the past, but ultimately had to have her knee replaced. After surgery she did as most patients do and followed the doctors' instruction/ referral to physical therapy, but ended up being discharged, still limp…
 
Listen as Matt and Allie talk with Dr. James Abbott, from BEST surgeries and therapies, about the safety precautions and tips he has for getting back to driving after having surgery. Here are the top ten tips and advice Dr. Abbott shares to consider: Side matters Automatic versus manual Narcotics Strength needs ROM needs Practice before you leave t…
 
For this month's clinical corner- Matt covers an article summarizing the best practices in hamstring injury exercises. The article explains that stretching before physical activity does not always mean injury prevention. Have you ever heard of the Nordic Hamstring exercise? See photos of the demonstration in article at the link below. Performing th…
 
In this episode, Matt and Allie talk to Dr. Melonie Proctor D.O. about the importance of prioritizing function of the body. Unlike your common primary care physician, Dr. Proctor approaches family medicine holistically. A more modern perspective on health. A holistic approach in medicine is characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking…
 
Dr. Robert Pettit joins Matt and Allie again for another episode, this time talking about the common meniscus injury and all the options on whether to repair, extract or rehab it. Learn the warning signs, treatments, and recovery time you need to get back to full function. Each knee has two menisci, and you don't have to be an athlete to injure it!…
 
Introducing the Oxford Direct Club Membership! A brand new way to access physical therapy. Unlike any PT service in the area, Oxford Physical Therapy Centers stays at the top of the game and brings you a modern way to engage with a physical therapist. Receive physical therapy tailored to your needs, on your own schedule, without the limitations of …
 
This month, Matt covers an article on how effective the Y-Balance Test is in predicting injuries with collegiate cross-country runners. Learn about the Y-Balance Test, how it's used and how it can be modified to test the balance for any sport or activity. Hear how the test is used in the Oxford PT clinics today and the how useful it is to help clin…
 
From students, to Physical Therapists, to Con Ed Instructors! Listen as Matt and Allie talk to a few of Oxford's Physical Therapists and the topics they covered in the latest Continuing Education course. One of the biggest aspects about working at Oxford PT is the abundance of continuing education hours and the support each clinician is given to fu…
 
In this episode, Matt and Allie talk with Dr. Michael Kiehl about the common symptoms of flat feet. Learn the differences in treatment for pediatric patients vs adult patients with the same issues. Has anyone ever called you flat-footed as an insult? Hear why it is more common than you think! Also, learn about the benefits of being custom fitted fo…
 
As the weather starts to get warmer, golfers are eager to get back on the course. In this episode, Matt, Allie and Ken introduce one of Dustin's student PTs, Shane, from Ohio University. Hear how Ken connected with Shane and how he started his final clinical rotation with Oxford PT. As a special clinical experience, Dustin and Shane were able to ho…
 
A little late on our February Clinical Corner Article, but just as useful information! This month, Matt covers a study performed on a patient suffering from tennis elbow and severe nerve irritation. They did not see the results they hoped for in manual therapy and exercise commonly used for lateral epicondylalgia, so his treatment called for furthe…
 
In this episode, Matt and Allie sit down with a 13 year old patient and ice skater, Emma, along with her coach and her mom. Hear all about how Emma's struggles in landing her double and how it revealed some underlying issues in her muscles. Using Direct Access, Emma's mom knew she could take her directly to physical therapy to be evaluated. Now aft…
 
In this episode- Matt and Allie talk to Dr. Metzler about old and new techniques for repairing and rehabilitating the ACL. Learn about Dr. Metzler's background, education and career with OrthoCincy and the years of research he has put into his techniques to become the successful surgeon he is today. **A few minutes of audio in this episode become s…
 
In this episode Matt and Allie introduce Oxford's new partnership with BEST Surgery and Therapies with Dr. James Abbott. Hear all about Dr. Abbott, how he began his career in orthopedic surgery and how he started BEST in Cincinnati. With like minded goals to put patient care and Direct Access first, Oxford and BEST are the one-stop shops for total …
 
Join Matt and Allie as they speak with Avery Kondik, a Physician Assistant with Beacon Orthopedics and a 3 time Ironman. Hear about Avery's career path as it progressed with his love of sports and exercise. Listen to his experience about dry needling with Oxford PT and how it changed his perspective on needles. As an avid runner himself- Avery unde…
 
Just in time to cheer on the Cincinnati Bengals as they head to the AFC Championship game- Matt, Ken and Allie get to sit and talk with former Bengals about their experiences, injuries and words of wisdom for today's team. Hear the fun anecdotes and memories shared between Kevin Walker ('88-'92) , Joe Walter ('85-'97) and Ken as they recount the ho…
 
This study is for the athletes! Matt and Allie go over this month's clinical corner article that covers the research conducted using youth basketball teams in Canada. Hear how adding a couple easy agility warm ups can engage their neuro muscular activity and save your child from injury! Not only for kids- this concept is useful for all ages! Are yo…
 
A huge inspiration- DeWayne shares his story about how he first was diagnosed with MS, going into clinical trials at the Cleveland Clinic - being the FIRST person with MS to receive HSCT, to finding Oxford PT and regaining his strength as someone who BEAT MS! Do you have, or know someone who has, MS? Share this episode and the links below for more …
 
Happy New Year! Are you beginning a new exercise routine as part of your resolution? If so, this episode is for you! Hear all the tips and tricks Dr. Timothy Burns gives on how to safely return to activity if you have taken some time off, or wish to start new! Also, listen to the precautions to take to avoid injury, and the warning signs that somet…
 
We will be back in the New Year! Please remember to like & subscribe to receive reminders when our next episode airs to make sure you don't miss what's next on the Direct Access to Oxford PT podcast! Did you know that you don’t need a doctor’s prescription to receive physical therapy? The laws of Direct Access allow you to receive physical therapy …
 
Matt and Allie dive into this month's Clinical Corner article and resume the pop quiz for all physical therapists/ PT students out there! Hope this one doesn't get on your NERVE ;) Listen to how well this month's article perfectly sums up the practices Oxford PT's clinicians have implemented since the ConEd course they completed in October/November…
 
Just like all other sports- equestrians put their bodies through a lot of stress and get injured too! After a community event with Miami University, Matt and Allie reached out to equestrian, Catherine W, to talk about what all goes into staying safe on horse back. Did you know that you don’t need a doctor’s prescription to receive physical therapy?…
 
Matt and Allie finally get to introduce this season's Con Ed instructor to the podcast! Highly anticipated guest Matt Lee joins us on this episode to talk about his career and how he became the successful Con Ed instructor he is today, His passion for helping others is what drives him as he spreads the word and the newest techniques in physical the…
 
Joining Matt and Allie for another episode, Beacon Orthopaedics' Dr. John Larkin explains new technologies in cartilage regeneration and how it could save you from needing a total knee replacement in the future. Listen as Dr. Larkin dives into great detail to explain how the cartilage can get injured or damaged, signs of arthritis, and the procedur…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Matt and Allie start this episode with a quiz! Matt dives into Oxford PT's November Clinical Corner article and shares his thoughts on the study and why it is important for the company and all clinicians to stay informed and educated on the newest techniques and findings. Stay tuned- the quiz answer is revealed at the end of the…
 
Can you believe it? The Direct Access to Oxford Physical Therapy Podcast turns 1 year old today! Matt and Allie talk about everything that went into starting this podcast, including the struggles and great success they've experienced along the way. Hear what's to come for future episodes and ideas to keep the conversation fun! Can you guess what th…
 
Are you someone who thought "rest is the key to recovery" ? Think again! Listen as Matt and Allie have a conversation with clinic manager, Chris Reis, about some of the new studies that have come out about putting your muscles to work to recover quicker. Having trouble lifting heavy objects or even your children? Hear why some common strength exerc…
 
Matt and Allie talk about the most recent ConEd course Oxford PT held for its clinicians. Hear about the new techniques for cervical and upper lumbar pain/injuries our staff learned from host speaker Matt Lee. As a two- part series, our clinicians look forward to the next course to go over the lower lumbar and lower extremities next month. Did you …
 
In this episode, Matt and Allie speak to patient Matt Wieland about his experience running the Boston Marathon and the impact Direct Access had in making it possible. Hear about his past injuries and the treatments he received while visiting Oxford PT to keep him running. Listen as he explains how he tried to self- diagnose his injury and lost 8 we…
 
In this episode Matt and Allie talk with Dr. Robert Pettit, orthopedic surgeon with Beacon Orthopaedics. Learn more about the cutting edge technology of robotics used in surgery as well as cartilage restoration and Dr. Pettit's background in the field. Hear about Dr. Pettit's previous experience in physical therapy as Matt's patient, and how it for…
 
October is National Physical Therapy Month! In this episode, Matt and Allie speak to physical therapist, Kayla Eiben, about her experiences in undergrad, working as a tech at Oxford PT, graduating with her doctorate of physical therapy, up to today working as a DPT! You will hear about how she decided PT was right for her along with inspiring stori…
 
Are you or someone you know suffering from pain in the big toe? Are bunions or hammer-toes genetic in your family? Does your athlete suffer from turf toe? Listen as Matt and Allie speak with Dr. Michael Kiehl about the big toe, how it gets injured, how it can be treated, and what to expect for recovery. While it seems like a small problem- it can c…
 
As a follow up to previous episodes with OrthoCincy's Dr. Timothy Burns- Matt and Allie join him on a deep dive into the precautions parents and their children need to take as they choose to specialize in one sport. Did you know early specialization in one sport is more likely to cause stress fractures and early burnout for your child? Learn how yo…
 
Are you or someone you know expecting to undergo spinal fusion surgery in the future? Listen as Matt explains what it is, how it's done, and how someone could possibly prevent needing the surgery with physical therapy! Learn how the procedure has evolved, what to expect pre and post-op, and hear some at- home tricks to protect your back! Remember t…
 
After being informed that a major insurance provider sent out a notice to it's policy holders encouraging them to choose private practice physical therapy- Matt needed to spread the news! That's right, Matt is back from a well deserved vacation and is here to give our listeners the inside scoop on what this means for them and/or what it could mean …
 
While our Host Matt is out of town- Cohost Allie talks with Dustin Gibson and patient, Sharry, at our Montgomery Center. You'll learn about Sharry's past injuries and why she continues to choose Oxford PT. Hear about how she even tried external sources to fix her injuries and the results from those visits ! Spoiler alert... not good! Did you know t…
 
Everyone remembers exactly where they were the day the Twin Towers were attacked on September 11th, 2001. Listen as Matt and Allie speak with Lesley Allen about the upcoming 20th Anniversary Memorial event held in Crescent Springs, NKY. Hear all about the story of Firefighter Stephen Siller and his heroic attempt to rescue victims and other first r…
 
Nothing to be scared about here! Listen as returning guest, Charley Meade PT DPT ATC COMT, explains everything there is to know about Blood Flow Restriction Training and how it can be applied in Physical Therapy. This is not just for the body builders and power lifters out there- learn how BFR can be used on any person in need of strengthening thei…
 
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