Transformative, personalized, skill-based learning for physical therapists
I am passionate about creating excellent continuing education (CE) opportunities for physical therapists.
So much of CE is a “one-size-fits-all” approach with inconsistent impact on clinical practice. CE should not feel like an obligation when it could be an impactful learning experience, with a more direct connection to clinical practice. The reason-the “why”- health care professionals engage in continuing education (CE) is so that the care being provided to their patients and clients is as effective as possible. PT Learning For Practice was created and developed by Dr. Joe Schreiber to better achieve the underlying “why” for CE.
We are a learner-centered community, developing programs for better physical therapy practices. We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of our practices. We care about the climate crisis, and are committed to being conscious about activities that further add to the crisis. We believe in community and creating a revenue-sharing practice.
Dr. Joe Schreiber has over 35 years of experience as a physical therapist, including over 25 years in providing high quality and innovative learning opportunities for physical therapists at the novice, intermediate, and expert levels. He is a nationally recognized leader in pediatric physical therapy and has published multiple peer-reviewed articles and presented at national and international conferences on pediatric physical therapy practice and on teaching, learning, and knowledge translation in physical therapy. He is a co-editor and chapter author for the pediatric physical therapy textbook “Campbell’s Physical Therapy for Children, 6th Edition.” He is also an amateur photographer- all photos on the website are his!