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Podcast Update! Do You Even Lift Physio Bro?

Are physical therapists good at analyzing and prescribing heavy lifting?

That's the fundamental question we asked our guest Dr. Zach Long on this episode of Therapy Insiders podcast. You may know Zach a little better by his social media name, The Barbell Physio. He puts out a significant amount of content in the form of short form exercise videos, pictures and blogs. On this episode Zach shared his social media strategy as well as his lifting and training philosophies. So what do you think about the above question?
I will tell you the pink barbells I lift are heavy bro! - Dr. E (more like lifting multiple kids all day - they're often pink).
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