November 16, 2016

In The News

inMotion Spring 2017

inMotion USCMichael Lau DPT ’17, Craig Lindell DPT 17′ and Arash Maghsoodi DPT 17′ are on a mission to redefine physical therapy. Looking to optimize the human movement system to reduce injury risk, “The Prehab Guys” have recorded nearly 400 short videos demonstrating strength-training exercises for the online masses. And with 124,000 Instagram and 37,000 Facebook followers – and a USC physical therapy education, to boot – these guys might just have what it takes to change the public’s perception of physical therapy.

 

 

5 Steps to Impact Your Business Through Social Media

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“Social media can be a powerful tool when utilized properly with the right content for getting new patients, keeping in touch with old ones, and overall increasing one’s market value. In this article, we’ll break down the top five essentials to help initiate your business journey on social media to keep up with the changing landscape of physical therapy and health care.”

Top 40 Influencers in Physical Therapy – UpDoc Media

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“2016. It’s been a crazy year. There have been a lot of changes, opportunities for growth, and challenges to overcome. It has also been an excellent year in the physical therapy world for rising stars and well established influencers. We at UpDoc Media have a unique ability to engage and monitor engagement. Over 2016 we tracked people, businesses and everything in between in the realm of physical therapy. Based on our data as well as voting from you we came upon our list of Top 40 Physical Therapy Influencers. And, so…! It is our pleasure to share with you our 2016 Top 40 Influencers list by the categories of Clinical, Business, Fitness, and Media.”

 

Interview with Innovate Physical Therapy

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“Every month Innovate Physical Therapy features rehabilitation professionals who are making waves in the industry. This month, we interviewed The Prehab Guys. Check out our interview to learn how they are innovating the profession of physical therapy, their thoughts on direct access and why they think physical therapy is a hidden gem. Enjoy!”

 

Interview with the PTA SSIG of Georgia

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“A few weeks ago I sent out a few questions to a few guys out of California, The Prehab Guys. For a few months now, I have found myself engaged in their videos, finding the information to be of great use while I am out on my internships. The videos not only show you HOW to perform an intervention, but WHY. Wanting to pick their brains a bit, I sent over a few questions that they have been so kind to answer for the sake of this article.”

 

Craig featured in USC’s inMotion Physical Therapy and Biokinesiology magazine

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“I’m learning hands-on from a population that requires health care services more than anyone I’ve worked with before,” Craig Lindell DPT ’17 says. Lindell is one of seven USC doctor of physical therapy students taking part in a new service-learning experience in partnership with students from the University of California–Los Angeles. The group of medical, public health, undergraduate and physical therapy students take to the streets of West Hollywood twice a month, providing treatment and health referrals to homeless and indigent populations. Not only does the mobile clinic give students real-world experience, it also helps code community service into their professional DNA. “I’ve witnessed and been part of providing individuals hope, and I think that is the strongest power I want to share with every community,” Lindell says.

 

Bar Side Q&A w/ Dr. Jarod Carter

Jared Carter

“The 2016 Private Practice Section annual conference was held in Las Vegas and I had a blast. That’s especially apparent in this bar-side chat with a group of PT students. Please excuse the background noise and occasional evidence of inebriation. In all seriousness, this group of DPT students were incredibly impressive and had great questions.”