Dr. Chris Stout, Vice President of Research and Data Analytics with ATI Physical Therapy discusses how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing health care.
Dr. Stout, is also on the faculty at the University of Illinois, Chicago – College of Medicine. He founded a 501(c)(3) to work on international humanitarian projects, and subsequently has won five international humanitarian awards and four additional honorary doctorates.
Stout joined ATI in 2008 with a diverse background in research, psychology and education. Stout’s impressive academic resume includes degrees from Purdue, The University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business and the Forest Institute. He also obtained a post-doctoral experience at Harvard Medical School as a Fellow in neuro-developmental behavioral pediatrics.
Highly respected in his field, Stout has published over 300 papers and 35 books, is a coveted LinkedIn influencer with over 50,000+ followers, has lectured around the world, and been a featured guest on CNN, NBC and PBS.
Overseeing one of the industry’s first Research and Data Analytics departments, Stout and his team have had an enormous impact on ATI’s approach to clinical care. His research and data strategy has helped ATI become an innovative leader in physical therapy and patient outcomes.
Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush and Steve Kashul talk with Peter Braun MS, LAT, ATC, ITAT from ATI Physical Therapy. This discussion focuses on how snow skiing can keep you young and what make skiing a unique type of exercise.
The effects of time on one’s body are unavoidable and often substantial. Many of us in the field of medicine are in an endless search to find the perfect sport, activity or exercise that will unlock our physical potential, well into our years. Scientific research has found that there are certain factors that contribute to longevity and sustainability.
Bone density, lower extremity strength, balance and cardiovascular endurance all play critical roles in maintaining a physically active lifestyle. With this, physicians make an effort to integrate these factors into exercise plans for much of our elderly population. But what if there was a simpler answer? What if we could prescribe involvement in a recreational activity that naturally addresses all these areas? As we unravel the details, we challenge the question; “Is there such a thing as an anti-aging activity?”
Dr. Chuck Bush-Joseph from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush and Steve Kashul talk with Jacob Holler about his cardiac event, what he learned from that experience and his remarkable recovery. Jacob Holler is a Physical Therapist and Clinical Director at ATI Physical Therapy in Abingdon, MD.
Dr. Gregory Nicholson from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush and Steve Kashul talk with Jaime Ginsberg, DPT from ATI Physical Therapy about marathon training and recovery. Jaime is a 2 time Ironman Triathlon Finisher and has run in 15 marathons. She specializes in treating runners and triathletes, practicing for over 17 years.
Steve and Dr. Cole talk with Danielle Debulgado from ATI Physical Therapy about the benefits of aquatic therapy.
Thanks to advancements in technologies and accessibility, a lesser-publicized therapy, known as aquatic therapy, is steadily becoming a highly endorsed secondary option for a range of injury cases. Given the countless mental and physical benefits provided through H2O, everyone from elite-level athletes, to stroke survivors are benefiting from this low-impact, high-return therapy.
At ATI, aquatic therapy is available at a handful of our locations, so we had the opportunity to catch up with one of our aquatic experts, Danielle Debulgado, from the ATI Aurora, Ill., clinic to learn more about the benefits of this increasingly favored therapy option.
With Tara Hackney PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP, a physical therapy specialist practicing at Athletico in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Dr. Brian Cole MD at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, Steve Kashul and Tara discuss overuse sports injuries in children including the warning signs that the young athlete needs to know and when to take a break from sport.