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Congratulations to Infinity Rehab’s Newest Clinical Ladder Level II – Clinical Specialist: Trent Dunlop, PT, MPT!

Trent Dunlop, PT, MPT, joined Infinity Rehab in November 2015 as a physical therapist at Salem Transitional Care in Salem, OR.  He has nearly twenty years of experience from across three states, which includes roles ranging from front-line clinical care to regional operations management. He has presented several times at the local and state level on older adult wellness and rehabilitation, and he continues to stay well-versed in the topic through extensive ongoing education. Trent has met all of the criteria to advance through Infinity Rehab’s Clinical Ladder program to Level II – Clinical Specialist. The purpose of the Clinical … Continue reading

Embrace Your Expertise: A Professional’s Approach to Outcomes-Based Reimbursement

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Change is hard for most of us. When we are asked to change something we are doing, we must give up security and stability in exchange for volatility and uncertainty. This is not a very appealing proposition on its surface. However, if we look below the surface, there is some good news waiting for us. Your work world, as a health care provider, is undergoing a major change like this right now. The practices and systems that you’ve used to build your career are now being challenged by an increasing amount of data and research that suggests that the results … Continue reading

Infinity Rehab Director Featured on American Physical Therapy Association NEXT Panel

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Derek Fenwick, PT, MBA, GCS, Director of Professional Development for Infinity Rehab was recently featured as a speaker at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) NEXT Conference & Exposition held in Washington D.C. Fenwick, who is a member of the APTA Leadership Development Committee spoke during the “Leadership Transforming Society: Engaging the New Vision” panel. Topics discussed ranged from discussing the APTA vision statement – Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience. – to qualities of leadership and practical stratigies for growing as a leader. During a discussion on the “leadership journey,” Fenwick was quoted as saying, … Continue reading

Stacey Turner Joins LeadingAge Oregon Leadership Academy

Stacey Turner, SLP, VP of Operations for Infinity Rehab, will serve on the Leadership Academy for LeadingAge Oregon. The year-long assignment is designed to help aging services professionals accelerate their leadership development so they are better equipped to serve our field. The  Leadership Academy is limited to 8-10 participants per year, chosen through a formal application process to secure commitment of participants and the support of their supervisor/organization. The program is open exclusively to staff of LeadingAge Oregon provider members and Business Associates members. “I have a passion for aging adults,” says Turner. “My passion began at the age of … Continue reading