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Well Within Reach

Our goal is to help people on their journey toward the best self. The goal of this podcast is to share information that we find important and interesting as we navigate the world of therapy, business, and leadership. Your goals are well within reach. We are here to help.

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Keep Moving Forward: An Incredible Recovery from Rhabdomyolysis
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Ellen DeValcourt and Charlie Caruthers. Ellen is a 2002 graduate of the LSU Health Science Center-Shreveport and was voted the Outstanding Student of the School of Allied Health Sciences class of 2002. She is an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor for education of physical therapy students for P.T. programs from LSU – New Orleans and Shreveport, University of St. Augustine, and University of South Alabama. Ellen specializes in orthopedics, neurological conditions and vertigo symptoms (vestibular rehabilitation). Originally, Ellen is from Jeanerette, LouisianaIn this episode, Mr. Charlie Caruthers and his wife Jackie detail the amazing rapport they developed with Ellen while Charlie recovered from statin-induced myositis and rhabdomyolysis. With the help of physical therapist Ellen Devalcourt, Charlie has successfully returned to some of his favorite activities, including performing yard work, planting a garden, and spending time with family and friends. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
28:11 3/1/21
Transforming Society through a Professional Organization
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Dr. Sharon Dunn, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) President and Dean of School of Allied Health Professions for LSU Health Shreveport.In this episode, Dr. Dunn discusses her role as APTA president, the importance of being involved in your professional organization, and how collaborations throughout multiple healthcare professions will become a catalyst for change to transform society and improve healthcare delivery.  If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
36:58 10/14/20
Find Your Balance: Healthcare from a Business Perspective
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Al Patin, the Senior Vice President, Chief Operating Officer of Lafayette General Medical Center.In this episode, Al discusses his educational and work experiences; the most significant event that he has experienced that affects the way he treats people today; the biggest challenge and innovation during this COVID-19 pandemic; the biggest accomplishment as an administrator at Lafayette General Health; and the  benefits that the pending partnership between Lafayette General and Ochsner will have on the Acadiana community. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
41:14 9/28/20
Back to School: Tips for Backpack Safety
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Joseph Marino, a dual credentialed physical therapist and athletic trainer that works at the Youngsville location of MTS Physical Therapy. In this episode, Joe discusses the dangers kids face when consistently carrying too heavy of a backpack. He describes how to calculate the appropriate weight of your child’s backpack and offers simple tips to reduce risk of injury. He also provides a few examples of basic exercises to perform to improve postural alignment in kids. This is a can’t miss episode if you have kids returning to school this year. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
31:11 9/21/20
The Influence of a Coach: Part 2
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with JP Boullion (Sacred Heart-Ville Platte), Jamie Calais (Cecilia High School), and Theo Sliman (Louisiana Golf). Each of these individuals describe the role that they play as a coach to assist athletes in their development. In part two of this two-part episode, these three coaches discuss:·       Their response to the COVID-19 pandemic·       The often-overlooked mental effects of the pandemic on their athletes·       The biggest challenge in the coaching profession today·       The legacy that they want to leave behind.If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
39:14 9/14/20
The Influence of a Coach: Part 1
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with JP Boullion (Sacred Heart-Ville Platte), Jamie Calais (Cecilia High School), and Theo Sliman (Louisiana Golf). Each of these individuals describe the role that they play as a coach to assist athletes in their development. In part one of a two-part episode, these three coaches discuss:·       The role of a coach in developing the entire athlete·       The role of parents in team sports·       Their favorite quote that guides their coaching philosophy·       The impact that Coach Tony Robichaux and other mentors have had on their careers·       A memorable moment in their coaching careerBe sure to subscribe so that you get notified of the second part of this episode next week. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
48:30 9/7/20
It’s a Good Day to Have a Good Day!! The Experience of Clinical Students at MTS
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with four current doctoral physical therapy students from LSU Health-Shreveport. Leah Angelle, Matthew Fleming, Kailey Lejeune, and Emily Navarre recently completed a 6-week PT clinical rotation at an MTS Therapy and Wellness outpatient clinic. Each student shares their experiences and favorite aspect of their current rotation. In addition, each student shares their advice on applying to PT school, what is their favorite class in school so far, how has COVID-19 influenced their progression, and what they are excited about in the future. Good luck to each of these students as they head back to school to continue their educational journey. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. You can also receive more information about a clinical rotation experience by completing the form at the following link: https://www.mtsphysicaltherapy.com/mtsu . Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
44:47 8/24/20
Cipher Skin: Measuring Biometrics and Movement with a Wearable Devices
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with James Heathers, Chief Scientific Officer of Cipher Skin. James has 15 years of experience in physiology, biosignal methodology, signal analysis, and wearable device design. He managed a biosignal lab during his Ph.D. on heart rate variability methodology (USYD, '15), then spent four years offloading, processing and interpreting biosignal data from wearable monitors as a research scientist. In this episode, James discusses the various products under development by Cipher Skin, the different biometrics and movement parameters than can be measured with their devices, and the impact it can have in the rehabilitation and medical fields. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
46:27 8/17/20
Stay Focused!!!
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Mike Sheffield. Mike graduated from LSU School of Allied Health Sciences- New Orleans in 1978. He has over 40 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings including hospital acute care, outpatient, sports medicine, home health and skilled nursing care. Mike specializes in Orthopedics, Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation, joint replacement and soft tissue disorders. Mike received the Dave Warner Award for distinguished service to the Louisiana Physical Therapy Association and was elected to the LPTA Hall of Fame in 2017. In this episode, Mike details his path to success throughout his illustrious career. He describes some of the major changes in the field of physical therapy including the establishment of the Louisiana Physical Therapy Board and the benefits of being an active member of your professional organization. He shares some essential tenets for success in any field of work. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
29:10 8/10/20
Pearls of Wisdom from Dr. Gary Gray
On this episode JD Boudreaux is joined by co-host Brian Soignier, as the duo visits with one of Brian’s mentors, Dr. Gary Gray. Gary received his initial education as a physical therapist in the mid-1970s. He immediately pursued additional training as an athletic trainer, personal trainer, and as a strength and conditioning coach. Realizing the common thread of creating transformational environments to enhance the lives of others being the science of movement, he developed the discipline of Applied Functional Science®. With his ongoing passion and mission of learning and sharing more, and with the goal of educating, empowering, and encouraging others through an appreciation of the wonderfully and fearfully made human body, Dr. Gray established the Gray Institute. Gary has been married to his 7th grade sweetheart (Cindi) since 1976 and has been blessed with two sons and daughter-in-loves (Brad and Shallon, Doug and Valerie) and six grandchildren (Denyon, Aryah, Calyx, Zion, Xyler, and Lawson). In this episode, Gary discusses a variety of topics including how he defines an athlete, his rationale when treating individual patients, his vision for the future of the physical therapy profession, and how he would like to be remembered. His tremendous experience combined with his vast knowledge of human movement provides many pearls of wisdom for all audience members throughout this episode. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
71:20 8/5/20
The Experience of an MBA Intern
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Stephen Glatter. Stephen is  a current student intern at MTS Therapy and Wellness and is a soon to be graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with an MBA in Healthcare Administration. In this episode, Stephen discusses his experience throughout the MBA program, his current projects with MTS, and his future plans in the healthcare administration field. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
20:40 7/27/20
ACL Reconstruction with Dr. Brian Etier
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Dr. Brian Etier. Dr. Etier is a native of Lafayette, LA and is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon with Lafayette General Orthopedic Center. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder as well as open shoulder replacements. He also belongs to multiple professional organizations, has authored or contributed to eight published peer-reviewed articles, and presented to colleagues at various orthopedic meetings. In this episode, Dr. Etier discusses his career path that led him back to his hometown of Lafayette as well as the various surgical options and management of one of the most common injuries seen in athletics, ACL tears. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
41:53 7/20/20
The Benefits of Dry Needling
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Cole Thompson. Cole began his journey with MTS during his undergraduate career at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he graduated with his Bachelor of Science focusing in Kinesiology. He continued his studies at the University of St. Augustine in St. Augustine, Florida where he graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in December 2015. While at U.S.A, Cole achieved the Stanley V. Paris and Catherine E. Patla Award for Excellence in Manual Therapy. He has trained in evaluation and treatment of the foot/ankle for custom orthotic fabrication and continued his education completing coursework in Functional Dry Needling. In this episode, Cole discusses the benefits of dry needling in his patient population and the opportunity for individuals to seek physical therapy services without a referral.  If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
38:39 7/13/20
Focus on What You Can Do with MTS Virtual Wellness
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Brian Broussard. Commonly referred to as “Acadiana’s Fitness Coach,” Coach Brian has provided numerous lifestyle transformations to members of Acadiana’s community for over thirteen years. In this episode, Brian discusses the physical and mental benefits of exercises, the development of MTS Virtual Wellness, and his personal coaching style. Please stay tuned to the end of this episode for a special offering. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
41:53 7/7/20
Training Elite Level Athletes for Competition and Life After Sport
EPISODE 8About our GuestOn this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Mark Hocke. Mark Hocke is in his third year as Head Strength and Conditioning/Associate Head Coach of the Ragin' Cajuns Football team after successful stints at Alabama, Georgia, Florida State and Texas A&M. While at Alabama, Hocke helped train over 35 players that signed NFL contracts, including 10 first-round NFL Draft picks. Hocke’s first coaching job was at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, La., where he served as a position coach and oversaw the team’s strength and conditioning from 2003-2008. His certifications include CSCCC Certified, FMS Screen Certified as well as USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach Certified. A native of New Orleans, La., Hocke earned his bachelor’s degree in business from the University of New Orleans in 2008. In this episode, Mark discusses the training of elite level athletes, the importance of recovery during training, and preparing the athlete for life after their career. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
44:55 6/22/20
The Role of a Speech-Language Pathologist in Rehabilitation
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Nikki Howell. Nikki is a speech-language pathologist certified in Kinesio Tape, Myofascial Release, Vital Stim, Vital Stim Plus. She is also an adjunct instructor at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.In this episode, Nikki shares her educational journey while discussing the role of a speech-language pathologist during rehabilitation. She expands on the various domains and diagnoses often encountered and dives deeper into some of the treatment techniques that cross multiple professions within the rehabilitation field, such as myofascial release and Kinesio Tape. Nikki also highlights some memorable patients that have left an indelible mark on her and continue to motivate her to impact the lives of her current patients. You do not want to miss the valuable information she delivers in this episode. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
37:17 6/15/20
Pat Richards (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Football Associate Director of Sports Medicine)
EPISODE 6About our GuestOn this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Pat Richards. A native of Dallas, Texas, Pat Richards is a certified athletic trainer and Associate Director of Sports Medicine for Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Football team. He brings a wealth of experience from the across the collegiate and professional ranks. Pat has earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Texas Christian University (TCU) and a Master of Science from the University of Utah. Prior to coming to Louisiana, Richards has had stints on the sidelines at Mississippi State (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Louisville (Certified Intern Athletic Trainer), and Utah (Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer). During his time as an undergraduate student at TCU, he completed an internship with the Dallas Cowboys during their 2012 preseason training camp and regular season.In this episode, Pat discusses his role as an athletic trainer as a part of the sports medicine team as well as the value of interdisciplinary teamwork to manage athletic injuries at the collegiate setting. He highlights the importance of building trust with athletes and the significance of injury prevention programs.If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
37:34 6/8/20
Byrnes Tatford
EPISODE 5About our GuestOn this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Byrnes Tatford. Byrnes is a Lafayette native who has been a member of the MTS team since 2015. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from UL Lafayette in 2012 and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of South Alabama in 2015. In 2017, he received his 3DMAPS Certification through the Gray Institute. In 2018, he received his Level 1 Functional Dry Needling Certification through Kinetacore. Byrnes is the proud husband to Maria and father to Leah, as well as, Head Coach of St. Thomas More Cougar Lacrosse.In this episode, Byrnes describes his passion for the physical therapy profession, as he explains how advanced certifications, such as dry needling and 3D Maps, have influenced his treatment plans with his patients. He also recalls a memorable patient experience during his early career at MTS Physical Therapy and discusses his involvement within the local community. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
21:36 6/1/20
Roxanne Touchet: MTS Physical Therapy Clinical Director
EPISODE 4About our GuestOn this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Roxanne Touchet. Roxanne is originally from Kaplan, LA. She graduated from LSU Health Science Center-Shreveport in 1990 and has been with the MTS team since 1993. She specializes in Aquatics, Functional Capacity Evaluations and Dry Needling. She has been trained by Gray Institute in 3D MAPS and Chain Reaction Mostability and has also trained in vestibular rehabilitation for vertigo symptoms.In this episode, Roxanne describes her experiences in the profession of physical therapy, including special memories in assisting patients in achieving their goals. She describes her journey through MTS, as she has inherited the Clinical Director position at MTS Dulles location from original owner Mike Sheffield. If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
27:06 5/25/20
John Broussard
About our GuestOn this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with John Broussard. A native of Lafayette, Louisiana, John received his Bachelors degree in Exercise Science from the University of Louisiana- Lafayette in 2014. He continued his studies at LSUHSC-Shreveport and graduated with his DPT in May of 2017. John started working at MTS upon his graduation.In this episode, John will share various experiences he has encountered throughout his early physical therapy career and some pearls on how to manage injuries in an athletic population. Do not miss this episode with this up and coming professional, who has a very bright future in the physical therapy field.If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
25:11 5/18/20
Steve Habetz
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Steve Habetz. Listen into this episode to learn more about Steve’s past experiences as well as his path to leadership.Steve is a graduate of Columbia University school of Physical Therapy in New York City in 1998. After graduation, he began his therapy career working with pediatric patients at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. Wanting to gain a better understanding of the full scope of healthcare, Steve returned to school and completed a Master’s of Healthcare Administration in 2006. Ultimately, the desire to be near family and friends lured him back home to Lafayette in 2008.Steve has a vast experience working with patients from all age ranges and in all care settings. He has also held various leadership positions in acute care hospitals. He is currently serving as the Clinical Director of Abrom-Kaplan Memorial Hospital-based therapy for MTS.If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
26:52 5/11/20
Brian Soignier (MTS Administrator)
On this episode JD Boudreaux speaks with Brian Soignier. Brian is originally from Cecilia, Louisiana. He graduated from LSU Health Science Center – Shreveport in 2001. After graduation he began practicing with the MTS team specializing in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation and in the evaluation and treatment of foot/ankle abnormalities including custom fabrication of foot orthotics.Brian is a Nike Golf Specialist (NG360) and completed an Applied Functional Science Fellowship from the Gray Institute. He is currently serving as a consulting physical therapist for the University of Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajun Athletic Training Room and LSUHSC Physical Therapy.If you are looking for more information about our company, please visit mtspts.com. You can find all our career opportunities on our website under the Careers Tab. Please reach out to us at podcast@mtspts.com with content ideas for our podcasts or feedback of any kind.If you liked this episode, let us know! Share it with a friend and leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. While you’re there, be sure to click that subscribe button so you get notified as future episodes are released. Remember Your Best Self is WELL WITHIN REACH and so is our next episode. 
32:41 5/4/20

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