Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Onward and Upward!

Well folks. I really have enjoyed the Blogger format to this point and it has served me very well over the past year. In fact, I'm enjoying the process so much I started the Movement Science Podcast hosted by Podbean, and have even joined forces with Eric Robertson at the PT Think Tank.

With this said, I have found a new home for the blog on WordPress. The next evolution of "Orthopedic Physical Therapy" will be the Movement Science Blog and Podcast. At this time WordPress seems to have a really nice format that offers me some additional flexibility for integrating both the blog and podcast together in one website. It also has a very user friendly interface I believe you will enjoy once it is fully up and running.

The format will be essentially the same as it has been for the past year on this website. I will be discussing issues such as:
  • Rehabilitation Science
  • Exercise Science
  • Orthopedic Medicine
  • Neuroscience and Motor Control
  • Current events relevant to the fields of movement science

I am officially knee-deep in my doctoral studies at Texas Tech and with the IAOM, so I hope you will continue to join me on my journey to better understand the amazing processes that govern human movement. As time goes on, I hope to integrate more research, more interviews, and hopefully challenge you to never stop learning.

I am still getting acquainted with the format over at WordPress, but I hope you will visit me there and continue to follow this blog in its new format. I will continue to put my posts here on Blogger until the official turnaround at the end of April. In the meantime, I will have all my new and old posts and podcasts on both sites.

So to wrap this up: I'm moving but will take it slow and post regular updates until the final transition to Movement Science at the end of April 2009. Also don't forget to visit the PT Think Tank and interact with me there as well. In the meantime, take care and I hope to talk with you soon!

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