Workers' Compensation Webinars 

Results is dedicated to being a leader in Physical Therapy education. All of our Physical Therapists commit to a three year orthopedic training program that ensures our patients receive the highest quality of care in the industry. We also believe it is our duty as leaders to educate our clients and patients on the benefits of Physical Therapy. We are pleased to offer some abbreviated versions of some of our client education programs here for anyone to access. These “mini-webinars” give you an inside look at some treatment philosophies and techniques, delivered by some of our most experienced clinicians.

For clients that are interested in additional information on our educational programs, many of which are approved for CEUs for Nurse Case Managers and Workers’ Comp adjusters, please contact us at


A quick overview of Pathology and Physical Therapy Outcomes for shoulder injuries. 


Trigger Point Dry Needling 

Results Physiotherapy's Director of Clinical Quality Stephen Connolly discusses what trigger points are, how they can create and refer pain, and how trigger point dry needling can assist in providing pain relief and facilitating return to function/work.

The Functional Capacity Evaluation

A brief guide for indications, implementation and interpretation.


Opioid Crisis and the Physical Therapist's Role 

Brian Murphy, Results Director of Occupational Health discuss the facts of the crisis, the reasons we got where we are, and what physical therapists can do to help. 


Virtual Therapy via Telehealth for Injured Workers 

Clinical Manager of Occupational Health Chris Scoma, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT, CEAS, CDNS along with Brandon Ellison, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT give an overview of Results Virtual Therapy platform and answer some commonly asked questions from Nurse Case Managers and Adjusters.



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