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For another fantastic multiple-appearance guest episode, we welcome back the insightful local, Jon Herting, PT, DPT, CSCS, ACSM CE-P, USAW. Jon is a dynamic clinician who has been involved in rehabilitation and strength and conditioning for 10 years and has built a reputation among athletes as a clinician who promotes quick results and optimal outcomes.
As a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning coach he has worked with athletes of all levels from adolescent to Olympic level and is a part of USA Weightlifting’s Medical staff. Jon believes in a holistic approach to rehab and believes that the ultimate goal of the rehab process is patient autonomy. He believes that there is not a distinct line between rehab and the training process.
Jon currently serves as adjunct faculty at Widener University and has developed several continuing education courses for clinicians and certified strength and conditioning professional based around assessment and rehabilitation techniques.
Discussion topics of this show:
- How specificity can drive a one shot-one kill treatment approach can improve outcomes
- Coordinating across multiple settings and professions to support rehab AND fitness goals
- Framing the “PT” conversation with coaches and trainers
- Navigating around the speed bumps that may come up with inter-professional discussions
- The ultimate factor: Karma
- A solid transition into breathing and breath work matters when it matters
- Positional breathing and owning quality movement
- Where is the last place you’d think to find energy when you’re dogging it??
If you want to reach out to Jon or follow him on social media you CERTAINLY must! He has some gem’s he shares across the social media platforms, find him on facebook and instagram @JonHerting. His clicic in Southern PA is A beautiful location, if you’re in the area its a must see, especially with some of the new faculty. Check out The Training Room HERE: https://thetrainingroompt.com