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Erson Religioso III, DPT, FAAOMPT
Works at EDGE Mobility System
Attended D'Youville College
Lives in Buffalo, NY
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Placebo vs nocebo 
The role of learning in nocebo and placebo effects
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Learning the climb up
Moving weights quickly, being able to do lots of standard pull ups and muscle ups, squatting a lot, etc. is all great, but can you apply the strength gained in those to a more real world thing like climbing a wall?
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Counter the inflammatory effects of aging 
What can we eat to combat “inflamm-aging,” the chronic low-grade inflammation that accompanies the aging process?
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Shoulder Rotation: A Key Mobility Piece for Performance and Injury Prevention
Shoulder Internal Rotation ’s Impact on the Athlete and Fitness Shoulder internal rotation (IR) mobility is one of the most commonly restricted motions I see in fitness athletes. It is also one of the least self-treated areas by athletes. For the weightlifting/CrossFit populations, limited
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5 Strengthening and Conditioning Exercises that Overdeliver
With this week's $30 off sale on The High Performance Handbook, I thought I'd highlight a few of my favorite exercises that are included in the program. I like these, in particular, because they're "anti-isolation" exercises. In other words, they deliver multiple training effects to give gym-goers more efficient training outcomes. Keep in mind that […]
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  • D'Youville College
    BS and MS in PT, 1993 - 1998
  • University of St Augustine
    DPT, 1998 - 2000
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DPT, Fellowship Trained in OMPT, blogger, private practice and business owner, entrepreneur
BS, MS in PT from D'Youville College, DPT from University of St. Augustine. Fellowship trained in OMPT, certified in Manual Therapy, Craniofacial (Rocabado), Strength and Conditioning, credentialed McKenzie MDT, Fascial Movement Taping, Adjunct Faculty SUNY Buffalo, mentor in the Evidence in Motion Fellowship in OMPT. Runner and advocate of variable training. Owner EDGE Mobility System, EDGE Rehab and Sport Science, UpDoc Media, EDGE Health and Tech Solutions
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Husband to a Beautiful Wife, proud father of 4 Beautiful girls!
Doctor of Physical Therapy, international lecturer, OMPT mentor
Teaching about pain, movement, and self treatment, mentoring clinicians, mad fathering skillz!
  • EDGE Mobility System
    owner, 2010 - present
    EDGE Mobility System sells tools to help your patients and you move better. The home of the EDGE and EDGEility Tools for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands and Balls, The EDGE Solution, CupEDGEs, Mirror Boxes, Khalili Cream, Motion Guidance and Capnotrainer
  • SUNY Buffalo
    Adjunct Faculty, 2005 - present
  • Daemen College
    Part-Time Faculty, 2002 - 2009
  • EDGE Rehab and Sport Science
    owner, 2008 - present
    Buffalo's best Physical Therapy. Always 1:1. We evaluate/treat any kind of pain/movement dysfunction, specializes in spinal pain, athlete rehab, running injuries, and TMJ dysfunction (TMD)
  • D'Youville College
    Adjunct Faculty, 1999 - 2013
  • UpDoc Media
    Owner , 2014 - present
    UpDoc Media is your hom for podcasts, webinars, mentoring, business renovation and high quality Physical Therapy seminars
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Physical Therapy Attitude Check: Do you own or do you work?

Physical Therapists tend to go to their daily jobs as workers. And, yet, there is all this complaint about being undervalued, under apprecia

My First BPPV Case

This blog post is vlog really. It starts with my first BPPV case as a new grad. What's most entertaining is how this lead to me being the pr

Daddy In The Raw (A New Home)

Daddy In The Raw: The Real Life of a Work at Home Dad Hello everyone! So, as I'm sure you've noticed, there have been many versions and chan

5 Ways to Make $6-Figures as a Physical Therapist

Making $100,000 or more is and has been a big benchmark for years now as the "You've made it moment." Being that the median income in the Un

Science of Running: Sciencyness- The problem with using science to justi...

It was an appropriate question, given that I was on my way back from the race, although the breathing was the result of my unintentional arr

Nerd Hour: 10 Video Games That Changed My Life

Let's face it. I'm a big nerd and I love geeking out. For many years and to this day, I'm a big fan and appreciator of digital entertainment

What Keeps the Physical Therapist Away?

@DrBenFung Why would you want to keep the PT away? We're awesome to hang out with!!! — Sarah Haag (@SarahHaagPT) September 25, 2015 Sarah ma

7 things your Doctor and Therapist want you to know about your back pain...

Back pain is so common that it affects 80% of Americans in their lifetime. However, even with such a high prevalence, many continue to have

The Manual Therapist: Interview with Dr. Ryan Klepps of StriveHub: Custo...

I was contacted by Dr. Ryan Klepps of StriveHub, a web based portal to help your practice manage customer retention, manage outcomes, patien

5 Wasteful Management Tasks

This post is inspired by my random pontifications as I'm closing upon the completion of my MBA in April. Being an MBA candidate has been ver

The Physical Therapist of TOMORROW

I'd like to talk about a little experience I had recently. Having changed health insurance carriers, I was instructed to have an establishin

The Physical Therapist's Brand Promise

Do we have one? Open question to my PT & physical rehab folks: "What is our brand promise?" Interested in your thoughts! #branding #DPTstude

Stiff Ankles Could Pose a Serious Risk When It Comes to ACL Injury Risk....

Howdy Folks, today I wanted to discuss a growing body of literature that highlights a relationship between ankle dorsiflexion and movement p

Science of Running: Uncertainty, Randomness, and Over-control in Training

It's what we preach in coaching and in life. Don't sweat the small things that don't have an actual impact on our well being or life. It's o

Four Ways To Measure Brand Equity

Brand Equity is defined as: "Brand equity is a phrase used in the marketing industry which describes the value of having a well-known brand

The Five C & P's of Social Media Significance

As we all know, social media has come into a life of its own. For many of us, the connections we make here may actually be more salient than

What is wrong wrong with healthcare???

How far can health care dollars get divided? So I'm still working this blog thing into my schedule. (Kids and life, huh?) From my previous t

Going to PT or going it alone with your rehab?

FIRST BLOG POST EVER! The Thinking Face So... I recently received a message from a friend about a friend of his. His request was rather simp

Three Non-Negotiables for Running ~ Eat. Run. Rehabilitate.

Howdy Folks! Howdy? Why do I say that? I don't know but here in Miami everything keeps on thinking that I am saying "How ya doing", so perha

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Best authentic Mexican in town! Super fast service, reasonable prices and almost everything I've tried is great! What else can be said about authentic Mexican cuisine, if you're looking for it, look no further and head on down to La Tolteca, you won't regret it
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My family and I love this diner. Great service and good selection of food! Even their veggie burger is good! Recommend also the turkey burger and chocolate chip pancakes for the kiddos (unless you're in the mood). Great staff, very friendly and great prices as well. We go back regularly.
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My wife and I have tried several dentists in the area before finally taking our family to Dolinar, Thomas (and Gallo). We have had all 3 dentists and various assistants and they are all very friendly. The front office staff is great to deal with, friendly in person and on the phone. They even text you prior to your upcoming apt to remind you. The office is very modern, and music plays in the background, different in each room. You can't go wrong choosing to make them your dentist for you and your family!
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This pharmacy is located right on Route 5, close to our house. They fill prescriptions quickly and the pharmacist and staff are very helpful and always friendly and pleasant to deal with. Highly recommended!
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What can you say, it's Tops... Happy that they have a pretty decent organic section for a small store. Convenient for quick trips to the supermarket, could use a little updating as it does not look too different from when it was Martin's a while back. Sometimes you get decent service at checkout, sometimes it's Meh....
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My wife and I have been Shea's season tickets holders for 3 years now and we love the facility! It is beautiful inside and has been recently renovated, you can definitely tell! There are a good balance of shows for the family and adults, parking is easy to find and not too expensive and there are a good amount of places to eat nearby that are reasonable should you want to make a dinner/show night of it! Highly recommended!
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