Manual Therapy Forum

Category: Interviews


Jack Stagge PT, OCS, FAAOMPT

This is our latest interview with a high-caliber manual therapist. Jack Stagge is a physical therapist that teaches coursework that was pioneered by the late-great Bob Elvey. I actually have had the privelage of being a student under Jack many years ago, and even got to live in his house during that time. He is certainly an extremely talented manual therapist, but is without a doubt an even better human being. You get to hear Jack tell stories of his past, his thoughts on what makes our specialty special, and his personal relationship with one of his biggest mentors (Bob Elvey). Please enjoy this conversation with Jack!

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Eric Hitchcock PT, MSPT

Our next podcast features Eric Hitchcock PT, MSPT. Listen in and enjoy a different conversation with a beloved colleague and friend!

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Stanley V. Paris, PT, PhD, FAPTA, HONLLD(OTAGO)

Ladies and gentlemen, manualtherapy.blog brings you the one-and-only Stanley Paris as youve never heard him before.

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Timothy W. Flynn, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT

We get to speak with Tim Flynn for a little while in our latest conversation here. Tim is able to give us insight into his background and how his overall approach has evolved with time and research findings. He has been well known recently as a staunch advocate for the physical therapy profession to be first choice as musculoskeletal healthcare providers (and thank heavens for that!). Give this a listen and catch up with Tim!

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Ray Klepper PT, DPT

We get to speak with Ray Klepper PT, DPT again regarding all things nutrition. There has been a growing wave of interest in different lifestyles in the recent months and years, with much controversy coming with it. Here, we dissect many topics related to these lifestyles and how they impact our lives in the clinic.

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