In Sept of 2018 we are hosting a course in Portland, Oregon. Our instructors are two very accomplished clinicians: Jared Vagy & Stephen Morrison. They have been trained from different backgrounds with Kaiser Permanente. Using their training in both the Spine and Movement Science Fellowships, they discuss the benefits of using both the manual and movement approach. Here, you can get an eclectic viewpoint in treating the weekend warrior patient. This was a fun episode where both Dr. Morrison and Dr. Vagy take over as hosts.
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Dr. Jared Vagy received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Southern California (USC). As a Doctor of Physical Therapy in clinical practice, he completed a one-year residency program and became a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. He then completed an additional one-year fellowship program in Movement Science at Kaiser Permanente Hospital.
Dr. Jared Vagy has published three books and numerous articles on injury prevention. He delivers seminars internationally on the topic. He is an adjunct instructor of clinical physical therapy USC in the DPT Program. He is a mentor for both the USC Physical Therapy residency program and the USC DPT program. He is on Academy Faculty for the TheraBand Academy and is on the Editorial Board for ADVANCE Physical Therapy magazine.
In addition, Dr. Vagy served as a physical therapist in China for the Chinese National Track and Field Team, completed a rotation at the USA Olympic Training Center, worked with USA Track and Field at the Olympic Team Trials and covers international competitions such as the Weightlifting World Championships. He has rehabilitated several world champions, gold medalists and Olympic athletes. His assessments and treatments are rooted deeply in an understanding of the movement system. He is a firm believer in an active approach to rehabilitation and works with clients of all ability levels to achieve their maximal function.
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