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NAIOMT VIMEO VIDEO SUBSCRIPTION
The complete series presented by senior NAIOMT faculty instructors Ann Porter Hoke, William Temes and Kent Keyser. Intended for guided study for students who have completed NAIOMT Level I & II courses. Get full access to over 13 hours of demonstrations through a $5/month subscription.
Manual Therapy Skills
Watch NAIOMT faculty demonstrate key manual therapy techniques from NAIOMT's courses and read insightful blog posts. Experience your career in a whole new, satisfying way as you gain the skills it takes to treat more complex patient problems.
Watch NAIOMT faculty discuss the significance of NAIOMT courses and read interviews where PTs from both inside and outside of the NAIOMT organization talk about challenges they've faced in the PT field.
Meet Our Fellows
NAIOMT fellows are dedicated, hard-working physical therapists. But they're also busy newlyweds, parents, athletes, coaches and active community members, who are able to achieve their professional goals without sacrificing other valued areas of their lives.
Meet NAIOMT Mentors
If you ask any of our faculty how they went from good clinicians to great clinicians you will often hear them refer to their mentor. That person who believed in them and took the time to answer their questions. We know that many of you are still looking for that mentor and we would like to help.
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Contemporary Topics in Orthopedic Manual Therapy
Presenter: Angela Gordon, PT, DSc, MPT, ATC, OCS, FMS, FAAOMPT
When: October 20, 2022 07:30 PM Central Time
Presenter: Jason Moses, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
When: November 17, 2022 07:30 PM Central Time
Expert Insights, Course Updates & Video Demonstrations: Our faculty of experienced, practicing clinicians are constantly monitoring research and important topics in the physical therapy field, and thinking about new ways to teach valuable manual therapy skills, in order to create the most useful and relevant blog posts, abstract analysis, and technique videos for practicing PTs.