Happy Holidays from my family to yours!  This is a picture of my parent’s home decked out for Christmas in the small town I grew up in Virginia.  If you like old homes, this one here was built in 1810.  Santa can’t sneak around very easily on creaky floors!


I appreciate all who read my blog and continue the ongoing journey of connecting academia & clinical education to true clinical practice.   This has been one of my most successful years blogging in regards to views and connections with people all over the world!

In case you just started reading the blog, I am linking the 5 best and the 5 worst posts of 2013 based on views.  Even the least viewed posts need some lovin’!

Best of 2013

Effects of physical therapy treatment: 20 minutes?

Dry Needling Review: A Game Changer

And I thought SIJ movement tests were not taught anymore?

PT Word of the Year: I need YOUR vote.  Still looking for votes and polls will be open until 12/31/13!

What is your clinical reasoning behind using cervical traction?

Worst of 2013

The Foundation’s New Major Fundraising Campaign: An Interview with Bill Boissonnault

Bring in the closer: Mariano Rivera

Avoiding Repetition: A Key Educational Intervention

In Memoriam: Farewell John “Jack” Echternach, Sr.

The 5 D’s to Clinical Practice: Dissipation of Forces



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