Addressing Common Exercise Misconceptions with Dr. Marc Surdyka


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In this episode, I speak with Dr. Marc Surdyka about entrepreneurship, designing personalized exercise while navigating common misconceptions, and showing value. We tackle issues with traditional biomedical views of treatment and low-value care. Marc draws on his personal experience, current research, and a multidisciplinary approach to educate patients and clinicians.
0:00 – Intro
2:35 – Start of interview
3:30 – Building a social media platform
4:50 – Mission of social media education
6:10 – Traditional model of physical therapy
7:15 – Pain vs. Exercise educational material
9:05 – Should our education target patients or providers?
12:20 – Common exercise misconceptions
13:20 – Jefferson Curls
16:35 – Building resilience
18:00 – Resistance to exercising
19:40 – Designing an exercise program
22:20 – Go-to lower extremity exercise
23:55 – Exercise compensations and “corrective” exercise
26:30 – Marc’s hip replacement
29:20 – Exercise gaps in formal education
31:00 – Showing the value of PT
33:05 – Direct Access
35:05 – Stretching in clinical practice
38:05 – Challenging misinformation
42:15 – Videos that gain the most traction on social media
43:40 – Use of manual therapy and passive modalities
46:45 – Designing a home exercise program
47:00 – Interpersonal communication and communication education
50:45 – What Marc is curious about
52:20 – What Marc would tell himself as a new grad
57:00 – Learn more about Marc
57:50 – Zach’s closing thoughts
“We have to figure out who we are, as physical therapists. We would be better off focusing on being more proactive than reactive as we have been.”

“If you want to continue and grow in this profession, you have to be very adaptable and wear a lot of hats.”
Connect with Marc:
E3 Rehab, Podcast, Youtube, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter
Books Mentioned: (Amazon Affiliate Links)
Talk Like TED
On Writing Well
On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
The Elements of Style
Calling Bullshit
The Hobbit

Music by Quentin Walston

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