Weekly News Scan: Physical therapy’s role in regenerative medicine, How to connect with the right partners for your clinic

This week in the news, we include a look at how physical therapy is playing a role in regenerative medicine and how to use a SWOT analysis to connect with the right partners for your clinic. We hope you enjoy!

PTs on Rehabs Leading Edge: Regenerative Medicine, Robotics and Genomics, PT in Motion, April 1, 2019: What is regenerative medicine all about? Simply put, it’s the emphasis on the body’s own genetic ability to restore and repair damage. Regenerative medicine is pushing the boundaries of what we know about the healing capabilities stored in our DNA – and now PTs are bringing important perspectives and skills to the field. This article looks at the current state of regenerative medicine and the growing appreciation for what PTs bring to the table when it comes to the ways movement and exercise can affect health at the cellular level. Check out this article for much more on this topic and what the future may hold for the next generation of PTs.

Using a SWOT Analysis to Find the Right Partner, IMPACT, April 2019: Finding and executing on a strategic partnership for your practice can be a laborious process. From identifying your partner to aligning your organization with a strategic partner, it’s important to be thoughtful and understand your areas of strength and weakness so you can best select potential partners for your practice. What should your first step be? A SWOT analysis. Known for identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (aka SWOTs), performing this analysis will ensure you enter any partnerships aligned on your mission, vision and values. Learn more about a SWOT analysis and how to perform one for your practice in this article.

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Taylor Goldsmith

Content Marketing Program Manager

Taylor Goldsmith is the Content Marketing Program Manager at Clinicient where she manages the blog, social media strategy, supports lead generation activities and more. She provides insightful direction to a variety of other daily Clinicient activities and brings to her team knowledge of core and emerging marketing strategies. Taylor earned a Public Relations degree from the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. In her spare time, she likes to travel, explore the Portland food scene, and cheer on the Oregon Ducks.

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