Challenges of Home Exercise Execution, Do You Really Have Sagittal Plane? and PT in 25 Years – Movement Debrief Episode 17

Just in case you missed last night’s Movement Debrief Episode 17, here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.

Here’s what we talked about:

  • What makes getting patients to do their home exercises challenging.
  • Strategies I implement to increase adherence.
  • How I determine when sagittal plane control is adequate.
  • What I think PT will be like 25 years from now.

Major thanks to Dani Overcash, an awesome writer in her own right, for asking a really great question.

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Challenges of Home Exercise Execution

Do You Really Have Sagittal Plane?

PT in 25 Years



  1. Rural is where it’s at….. 60 minutes treats are great.
    Mentors are critical to what type of skills you can develop and overall grow in one’s profession. I’m a Physical Therapist Assistant and thankfully I have a great DPT who treats me like a colleague. Taking a team approach with every patient, having in depth discussions about what we do and how to do it better each time helps me better my skill sets.
    Great site and insight into the wonderful world of PT. Love checking out what you have going on here.
    Keep it up.

    1. Joe,

      That is rare to find. Treasure your situation as it sounds awesome.

      Appreciate your comments, kind words, and readership!


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