CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Dan Swinscoe on Essential Clinical Skills and Rehab Approaches

About the Author: Eric Cressey

We welcome physical therapist Dan Swinscoe to this week’s podcast for a great in-depth conversation on the unique needs of rotational sport athletes and key sports medicine considerations across the baseball lifespan. Dan also offers some great insights for up-and-coming rehabilitation specialists looking to become well-rounded practitioners, highlighting key competencies and emphasizing the importance of openmindedness. Dan’s been an awesome resource to me over the years, and I’m excited to share his expertise with a larger audience.

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You can follow Dan on Twitter at @DanSwinscoe and Instagram at @DanSwincoe.

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