Bringing together some of CHI St. Joseph Health’s greatest minds from disciplines including orthopedics, sports medicine, physical therapy, and athletic training, It Takes a Pro to Treat a Pro is your monthly opportunity to learn about the mechanics of your body. Whether you’re 20 and training for your first 5k or you’re 70 and an arthritis diagnosis has changed the way you interact with the world, this podcast features relevant guest speakers and interesting content that can help you reach your goals and achieve better health.
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Eric Gully, PT, DPT, MPT, MBA
Orthopedic Service Line Director and Lead Physical Therapist
CHI St. Joseph Health
After earning his B.S. in kinesiology from Texas A&M University and his M.S. (M.P.T.) and Doctorate (D.P.T.) in physical therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch, Eric Gully gained experience as a physical therapist working mainly in an outpatient orthopedic practice. He continues to run a physical therapy practice, while also working with hospital administration and serving as a consultant focusing on workplace hazard assessment, ergonomic training, and lifting mechanics training. He also holds an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Tyler.
“I’m thrilled to co-host this podcast with Sam. One of our goals at CHI St. Joseph Health is to help build healthier communities, and this will give people the resources they need to make more informed choices about their bodies.”
Sam Goodey, MEd, LAT, ATC
After earning his B.S. in athletic training from New Mexico State University and his M.Ed. from Angelo State University, Sam Goodey worked as a medical coverage provider for middle school through collegiate athletics in the Brazos Valley. He also worked for a year within an emerging clinical setting with the Los Alamos Fire Department at the Los Alamos National Labs. He has worked closely with the Texas A&M University Master of Science in Athletic Training program as a clinical preceptor for over five years and has served as an adjunct instructor within the program as well.
“I’m excited to have this opportunity to help people at all stages in life understand the way their body works. From topics about choosing the right workout to preventing common injuries, this podcast has a little something from everyone.”
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