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Podcast Update! Kettle Baller w/Dr. Dustin Jones

In this episode of Therapy Insiders podcast we are joined by Dr. Dustin Jones to discuss kettle bells, working with the elderly population and West Virginia. Have you been hearing a lot about kettlebells? They seem to be everywhere these days. Listen to Dr. Dustin breakdown the important certification programs and how to get up and running with a good kettlebell training program! Click here to listen!
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About Dr. Dustin Jones from www.dustinjonespt.com
I am a Home Health Physical Therapist working to keep people resilient and independent  at home.  My background is in sports and orthopedics.  Yet, I’ve now found myself mainly working with older adults and loving it!
The aging process is tough…for everyone involved.  It can wear people down physically and mentally.  I’ve seen this first hand and have found great joy in doing what I can to help.
I blend a lot of what I learned working in the athletic realm with helping my elderly patients improve their function.  This often involves lifting a kettlebell or two and maybe crawling on the ground.
I am by no means an expert, but I hope to help patients/clinicians by sharing mistakes made & lessons learned along the way.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Kentucky (DPT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from West Virginia Wesleyan College
  • Functional Movement Systems Trained (SFMA-I & FMS-I)
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Russian Kettlebell Instructor (RKC I)

Interested in live cases where I apply this approach and integrate it with pain science, manual therapy, repeated motions, IASTM, with emphasis on patient education? Check out Modern Manual Therapy!

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