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The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Ford Vox. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitatio ...
 
Lets talk about some of the unique ways yoga has spilled over into how I (and other yogis) live daily life- teaching yoga, living in a Tiny House on Wheels , driving an electric car 🚗, finances, dietary choices, relationships, travel, running a youtube channel, writing a book (slowly...very slowly) and working in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist & Massage Therapist...while making time to practice YOGA
 
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To find more about Dr. Scarlett, please visit https://wispineandpain.com/ or call (920) 204-6758. If you have any questions about anything discussed in this episode, please reach out to Freedom Physical Therapy Services at freedompt.com. We will be able to direct your questions to someone that will help you find answers.…
 
Heidi, with over 30 years of experience, is one of the world's leading experts in bra design and development. She has worked with the top leading companies such as Triumph International, Valisere, Hanes Brands, Jockey, and since 2008, Vibrant. Thanks to Heidi, Vibrant Body Company holds a Utility Patent for the Vibrant Bra. She has also successfull…
 
The October 2020 issue of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Mark Sherer of TIRR and Yelena Bodien of Harvard on what you need to know about the new case definition and diagnostic criteria for the post traumatic confusional state. We also spend some time with ACRM President Pamela Roberts on what you can expect in what is now the world’s lar…
 
Andy Sadjak is a pedorthist or someone who specializes in finding the right shoes for your needs. Brady and Andy talk about the world of shoes and how someone like Andy can make a difference by fitting you for the correct shoes for your specific needs. Factors such as lifestyle, conditions, how your foot is shaped, orthotic needs, and body shape ca…
 
Mike Verplancke and Brady discuss how homeschooling and safety guidelines might affect posture in children and how to combat some of those issues. Then they talk about breathing and head and neck muscles concerning mouth breathing.저자 Freedom Physical Therapy Services
 
Colin Carr is a commercial real estate expert who has successfully completed over a thousand commercial real estate transactions while saving his clients hundreds of millions of dollars. Colin founded and scaled CARR, a nationwide commercial real estate company to specifically represent the needs and interests of healthcare providers. Colin has mas…
 
Trenton Rehman recently passed his OCS exam and is now an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Brady talks to Trenton about the training to get an OCS certification and what patients can expect from an OCS certified therapist!저자 Freedom Physical Therapy Services
 
Doug Bertram is the founder and owner of Structural Elements. Structural Elements is both a way of practice and a Health and Wellness franchise that focuses on treating patients. We start the conversation getting to know Doug and his background. After that, we dive into a talk about dry needling vs. acupuncture. Then we get into Structural Elements…
 
Dr. Krissy Connor explains what she does in her practice to improve the lives of those with obstructive sleep apnea with oral appliance therapy. Mike and Dr. Connor express how critical a thorough evaluation of sleep apnea and the head and neck can be in providing treatment and making changes in patients' lives that both matter and work through the…
 
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapists are trying to adjust to a new normal after the end of quarantine orders in many States. Find out what it's like at Freedom in Wisconsin. Molly gives her take on things as she is a therapist and getting the opinions of the patients she treats, and what she is hearing from other therapists she works with a…
 
Erin and Brady start talking about the anatomy of the plantar fascia and move into why the internet doesn't always have the solutions to problems. Erin gives a great breakdown of how a physical therapist can treat plantar fasciitis with dry needling and other techniques. They end with a conversation about the pros and cons of footwear and whether y…
 
The June 2020 issue of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features journal editors Helen Hoenig and Gerald Koh discussing their view of COVID-19’s impact on rehabilitation medicine, a look at the non-pulmonary presentations of the virus with Marielisa Lopes of UT Southwestern, and Joe Giacino on the disorders of consciousness community’s recommendati…
 
We get to know the owner of Anytime Fitness - Mukwonago, Kris Ganske. He Brady and Nicole talk about the relationship between the gym and physical therapy. Kris also shares his fitness journey and what lead him to purchase a gym. They also touch on topics of dry needling and how fixing sore spots before they become injuries can keep you going in th…
 
Dr. Monica Maroney, of Shorewood Family Chiropractic, is Board Certified in Chiropractic Pediatrics through the International Chiropractic Association (ICA) Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics. Dr. Maroney attended Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, OR. After graduation in 2001, she returned to her hometown of Shorewood, WI, where her …
 
Brady and Molly talk about Post-Intensive Care Syndrome or PICS. Molly explains what PICS entails and how Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Primary Care Physicians, Speech Therapists, and Mental Health Providers all help to treat this syndrome together. It takes a team of professionals to help with symptoms of PICS, and there is also a …
 
This episode helps you create a plan if you are injured and need to see a healthcare professional. Also, Molly tells you how to take care of injuries at home with RICE protocol. Brady gives tips to stay active, talks about preventing back pain, and about the pitfalls of sitting too long.저자 Freedom Physical Therapy Services
 
Spencer talks about his physical therapy and personal background with running, and how his thought process about running changed to what his views are now (0:30). Brady asks Spencer about research impacting the modern treatment of the foot. Also, Spencer covers the question of are humans built to run and the history of footwear (8:40). At this poin…
 
Brady introduces Peter Stathas and Scott Coonen. Then they dive into what TPI training entails and how it helps Peter treat golfers (0:30) Peter, Scott, and Brady talk about how strength and conditioning have evolved. The difference between the professional golfer compared to the average golfer looking to improve their game and trying to play for a…
 
Brady introduces Diane Ping, and she shares how nutrition became an interest of hers and how she uses her knowledge of nutrition in her physical therapy practice even though some consider nutrition out of the scope for PTs (0:45). Diane then explains how much food you eat is absorbed in your body processes food, and the effects of the byproducts of…
 
Brady asks about Trenton's background in PT school and about participating in an orthopedic residency program after graduating from PT school. Trenton explains the benefits of the program and how it helps him in his career (0:30). Then, Brady and Trenton discuss FAI. If you have hip pain or are curious about hip impingement, or maybe you have been …
 
Brady introduces Gary and talks about his background and the importance of exercise (0:30). Starting a good workout program includes setting the proper goals and basing your program around obtaining those goals (4:30). Learn how setting rep ranges for your sets can change your end results (8:25). How often should you exercise or workout at the gym,…
 
The Sept/Oct 2019 edition of the RehabCast from the Archives of PM&R includes Creighton University’s Robert Sandstrom, who in the September issue details the dramatic impacts the passage of the Affordable Care Act has had on the use of outpatient physical therapy, and from the October issue, Dafne Nascimento and her colleagues from Universidade Cid…
 
Brady and Erin talk through core and hip strength and the importance of training those areas of the body in youth athletes to support their frames as they grow. Erin gives excellent exercises to progress children through so they can advance training to improve mobility and strength. They also debunk the myth that kids shouldn't be strength training…
 
How are research priorities defined? Why do they matter? How do they affect occupational therapists in practice and the people who access occupational therapy services? We consider these questions as we follow one research priority, from its setting right through to its clinical application.If you would like to influence occupational therapy resear…
 
Brady asks Dr. Gordon about his background in athletics and his passion for becoming a surgeon (2:00). Erin and Dr. Gordon have a conversation about ACL repairs and recovery (12:00). We finish by having a conversation on Dr. Gordon's view of therapy and some of the issues PTs and Surgeons face when taking care of patient's needs (36:35).…
 
Jeff Verhagen talks about his career and treatment philosophies (0:20). Brady and Jeff have a conversation about the treatment and assessment of the foot. They talk about when orthotics should be prescribed and what kind of orthotics should be used in different cases. They also address instances in which PTs do a great job of looking for other prob…
 
The July and August 2019 episode of RehabCast: The Rehabilitation Medicine Update from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features the latest brain computer interface research from the Ohio State university and efforts to reduce opioid prescriptions in acute rehab from Johns Hopkins. Tune in! #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all…
 
Get to know Austin Burlage (0:45). Learn how PT can enhance performance as well as keep you at a reduced risk of injury (14:20). Austin shares his experiences with treating BPPV and other vestibular conditions, find out what BPPV is, and when you should see a PT for this condition, you don't have to suffer (18:00). Balance is critical for all ages;…
 
At our 2019 Annual Conference in Birmingham, we met up with four RCOT members to discuss the sessions they had attended, the conversations they had with other delegates and what they consider to be the hot topics for occupational therapists right now.저자 Royal College of Occupational Therapists
 
What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, what are the diagnosis requirements (1:37)? What signs can you look for if you think you or a loved one might have EDS (7:15)? What are PTs and OTs looking at as warning signs of EDS, what is the Beighton scale, and the 5 part questionnaire for EDS (11:18)? We discuss the postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (PO…
 
May & July episode featuring interviews with Kath Bogie and Jonathan Bean. Dr. Bogie discusses her imaging-based approach to figuring out who’s most at risk of pressure sounds. The population is aging, and it’s time for geriatricians and the rehab medicine field to team up to tackle the demand, says Dr. Bean. Tune in! #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast…
 
We never intended for the podcast to be a platform to promote our business. But, Michael Donahue wanted to share his story about recovering from a car accident. He was unable to walk and had surgery on his shoulders and wrists. With help from physical and occupational therapists at Freedom, he is now able to walk, have the function of his upper ext…
 
Mike and Brady discuss Migraines. Who they affect and how Mike can work to help alleviate them. If you or someone you know has migraines, they should listen to this part of the podcast! Mike gives resources and gives tips to help cope with migraines (0:58). Mike addresses the general public about how their healthcare companies deal with things behi…
 
Brady gets to know Nina, her background, and how she got into PT and the Women's Health field (0:40). Brady and Nina discuss Diastasis Recti, which is common in the post-partum time for women. She shares how PT can help and expresses why women shouldn't settle for living with pain when treatment is available (6:10). Nina then talks about moms retur…
 
Get to know Mike Verplancke (0:55). Brady asks Mike about his hockey background and how it influenced him to become a PT and how he manages to stay healthy and play hockey at a high level (3:12). Mike shares his thoughts on his favorite NHL team being in the chase for the Stanley Cup (11:09). Mike talks Dry Needling. Find out about how and why Dry …
 
We get to know Scott to find out how and why he became a PT (1:00). How managing a clinic is different than just treating all day long (2:10). Brady asks Scott about movies, favorite sports, and the state of the Green Bay Packers (4:18). Brady and Scott go through the injury report to speculate on how rehab could affect the outcome of the Bucks vs.…
 
Brady introduces physical therapist Molly Rittberg, and they discuss her background and job (1:00). The rigors of PT school and physical therapy specializations (2:00). Molly's skill set and her experience working with patients as they age. What makes older patients successful in PT? (6:15). Tips for becoming active again (12:10). Incidental exerci…
 
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