Business goals are not enough to compel companies to move to the cloud—rather, it is the maturity, flexibility and reliability of cloud technology that are driving companies to increase and expand their adoption, according to the latest report released today by the Cloud Foundry Foundation, home of a family of open source projects including Cloud Foundry Application Runtime, Cloud Foundry Container Runtime, and Cloud Foundry BOSH.
Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Dr. Teddy Willsey, John O’Neil, and John Snyder.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about how to find a mentor to help you continue to learn and grow.
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There are still a lot of misconceptions about running and how to best train runners to minimize injuries and enhance performance.
Let’s simplify running a little more.
Running is a series of little jumps. The rear leg has to propel the body forward. The stride leg has to absorb force.
To minimize your chance of running related injuries and enhance your running performance, you need to understand both of these concepts.
The key to both of these is strength training. We can build tissue capacity to handle these forces much more efficiently, especially if we build a specific strength training program for runners with these two concepts in mind.
I discuss this and so much more in my latest article featuring an excellent interview I did with running guru Chris Johnson.
Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Dan Pope, and Tony Gentilcore.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about how to best utilize social media for physical therapy clinics, including some issues on privacy and marketing, and the feasibility of working one-on-one with clients.
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Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Sian Smale, Ryan DeBell, and Darin Jerome.
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On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the benefits of post-professional residencies and fellowships for physical therapists, as well as some things you should consider before applying.
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The use of biofeedback in rehabilitation has fallen out of favor recently. Insurance companies don’t reimburse, so people shifted to favor neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES).
That doesn’t mean biofeedback isn’t effective.
Biofeedback is amazing at helping restore volitional control, decrease muscle activity of overused muscles, and focus on appropriate muscular involvement in movement patterns.
In this article and video, Russ Paine, PT, and I discuss how and why we use biofeedback with our patients.
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