Using Evidence Based Practice

If you’re like me, you’re more than a little frustrated when you hear “evidence-based practice” or “evidence-informed practice.”  Shouldn’t everyone just use what the research says works? Why would you spend time doing something that isn’t supported? Because just like everything else, it’s not that simple.  Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the intersection of the bestContinue reading “Using Evidence Based Practice”

A roadmap for choosing interventions

I have worked with a lot of students- from a lot of schools- and one of the most consistent shortcomings of classroom education is how to choose interventions.  Interventions are not random.  They should not (necessarily) be based on your favorite exercises or what an awesome blog from a big name PT showed you, orContinue reading “A roadmap for choosing interventions”