Author Shares Benefits of Practicing Evidence-Based Physical Therapy

The understanding and use of evidence-based physical therapy continues to grow. A new resource is now available to help physical therapists integrate evidence into their practice and overcome some of the challenges associated with using evidence-based physical therapy. Author of the Guide to Evidence-Based Physical Therapist Practice, Second Edition, Dianne Jewell, PT, DPT, PhD, CCS and Assistant Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University shares some of the benefits of practicing evidence-based physical therapy in this week’s podcast.

Evidence-based physical therapy provides information about treatment options that work and those that don’t. It also gives therapists a bigger view of the environment and provides justification behind the methods of treatment used. Whether you’re looking for a way to utilize the best available evidence in your practice or find the best approach to produce a positive outcome for your patients, listen now to learn more.

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