Missing Variable Podcast

EP41 | Tony Comella - Cash PT and A:C workload ratio

March 14, 2019 Mathew McClanahan & Zach Wagner Season 1 Episode 41
Missing Variable Podcast
EP41 | Tony Comella - Cash PT and A:C workload ratio
Chapters
4:25
Tony's journey from graduation to current
7:40
Tony talks about his typical week in his cash practice
10:40
The negatives of the cash based model
20:20
What does a typical hour session look like?
24:10
Setting patient expectations
25:30
Tony discusses A:C workload ratio
33:30
How can ACWR be used with a lower level population
38:30
Where did Tony develop his S&C knowledge
40:05
Has Tony always utilized a more active approach to rehab?
48:15
Tony's recap of Tim Gabbet's workshop
50:15
Where to start with ACWR
53:00
Where to find Tony
Missing Variable Podcast
EP41 | Tony Comella - Cash PT and A:C workload ratio
Mar 14, 2019 Season 1 Episode 41
Mathew McClanahan & Zach Wagner

Tony Comella joins us to talk about cash PT and what is commonly not talked about on social media. Hint: it's not all flower's and sunshine. We also dive into acute to chronic (A:C) workload ratio!

About Tony:
It is my passion to help as many people as possible reduce pain, restore optimal function, and build long term resiliency through the power of movement and education. In my practice, I utilize a combination of scientific principles, clinical expertise, and strength development in order to provide clients with a comprehensive approach to rehab and performance. Whether you are an elite athlete, a weekend warrior, or simply training for life, the ability to feel, move, and perform well is paramount. This is where I can help.

I was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated from UC Davis in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Biology. My desire to help others in a healthcare setting ultimately led me to choose a career in Physical Therapy, and so I went on to earn a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions (Boston) in 2010. Additional education and certifications received include Strength and Conditioning (NSCA), Weightlifting (USA-W) and Functional Range Conditioning (FRCms), to name a few. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, mountain biking, and SCUBA diving.

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Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. 

Where you can find Tony

IG: @tony.comella

Website: tonycomella.com

Connect with us

IG: @missingvariablepod

Matt IG: @missing.variable

Zach IG: @zachwagnerdpt

Email: [email protected]




Show Notes Chapter Markers

Tony Comella joins us to talk about cash PT and what is commonly not talked about on social media. Hint: it's not all flower's and sunshine. We also dive into acute to chronic (A:C) workload ratio!

About Tony:
It is my passion to help as many people as possible reduce pain, restore optimal function, and build long term resiliency through the power of movement and education. In my practice, I utilize a combination of scientific principles, clinical expertise, and strength development in order to provide clients with a comprehensive approach to rehab and performance. Whether you are an elite athlete, a weekend warrior, or simply training for life, the ability to feel, move, and perform well is paramount. This is where I can help.

I was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated from UC Davis in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Biology. My desire to help others in a healthcare setting ultimately led me to choose a career in Physical Therapy, and so I went on to earn a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions (Boston) in 2010. Additional education and certifications received include Strength and Conditioning (NSCA), Weightlifting (USA-W) and Functional Range Conditioning (FRCms), to name a few. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, mountain biking, and SCUBA diving.

If you enjoyed this episode, please consider:

1) Subscribing to the show

2) Dropping a review on iTunes

3) Sharing the episode on social media or with a friend and tag us!

Thank you for your support and feedback, it helps us get better and continue to provide you with quality content to becoming the best clinician you can be. 

Where you can find Tony

IG: @tony.comella

Website: tonycomella.com

Connect with us

IG: @missingvariablepod

Matt IG: @missing.variable

Zach IG: @zachwagnerdpt

Email: [email protected]




Tony's journey from graduation to current
Tony talks about his typical week in his cash practice
The negatives of the cash based model
What does a typical hour session look like?
Setting patient expectations
Tony discusses A:C workload ratio
How can ACWR be used with a lower level population
Where did Tony develop his S&C knowledge
Has Tony always utilized a more active approach to rehab?
Tony's recap of Tim Gabbet's workshop
Where to start with ACWR
Where to find Tony