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Rehab and Performance Lab Podcast

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One of my favorite things to do is host a MedBridge live webinar, and the reason for that is we always leave time at the end to answer questions.  And those questions are great because they're real world questions.  They're questions on topics that maybe are a little more controversial or questions that don't . . . the research doesn't specifically answer. 

And I love that time that we get to dialog and participate in the real world that way.  That's why I'm so excited about the Rehab and Performance Lab podcast that MedBridge is launching, because we're going to interview experts where we can get that information, we can get the evidence, we can get the research, but we can also answer the practical questions in real time. 

And basically, I look at it as an opportunity to sit and listen to a conversation kind of behind the scenes with experts.  And I love doing that.  I love learning that way, and I love listening to podcasts.  And the great thing about this is you get to earn CEUs with it, too.

So I'm looking forward to it. I hope you'll join us as we build the future of rehabilitation and performance together.

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