In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapist and avid surfer Mark Kozuki discusses the physical demands and challenges of surfing, how it’s different for recreational versus professional surfers, and what things surfers of any ability level should keep in mind in order to minimize injury risk and maximize performance. (January 11, 2018)
In a disrupted health care environment, Sharon Dunn sees vast opportunity for a new generation of PTs and PTAs. (January 2018)
Ryan Johnson works hard, because he loves his work. (December 2017)
Heather Cronin figured out which patient population she loved when she found herself showing up early to her clinical rotations. (December 2017)
A patient’s inspiring determination. Julie Coté, PT, MPT, author of December 2017 Defining Moment Column.
Josh D’Angelo knows what it’s like to feel lost, and what it’s like to aggressively pursue what you believe in. (December 2017)
In this episode current NBA analyst and Basketball great Grant Hill reflects on his experiences managing pain, shares his thoughts on America’s opioid epidemic, and says what he would have done differently, knowing what he knows now. (December 2017)
Allison Daly knew exactly what she wanted to do when she was in DPT school. The challenge was figuring out how to do it. (December 2017)
Megan Roos began her career in architecture. But after almost 5 years she realized her career wasn’t aligned with who she was as a person. (November 29, 2017)
Becca Sanders Fung didn’t receive any interdisciplinary instruction in DPT school. Now it’s what she does for a living. (November 21, 2017)
A quote from Saint Ignatius Loyola motivated Efosa Guobadia’s desire to increase access to quality rehabilitation medicine around the world. (November 15, 2017)
In this November 16, 2017 of MoveForward Radio: Michelle Griffith started experiencing intense abdominal pain. Over the course of 4½ years, Michelle saw 43 doctors and specialists. No one and no treatments were able to help. By April 2017 she was so severely debilitated that she felt she was on her deathbed.
Helping a warrior gain the strength to serve. Defining Moment, November 2017, Author: Chris Kolba, PT, PhD, MHS
Ten years ago, Kate Hamilton almost let an upcoming exam keep her from attending a national conference that would change her life. (November 9, 2017)
Cruz Romero, PT, DPT, and Gillian McLean, director of communications for the APTA Student Assembly host a town hall with APTA’s CEO Justin Moore, PT, DPT (November 2017)
As a DPT student, Keaton Ray was struggling to identify her professional passion. Then she got involved in student leadership, developed mentor peers, and figured out when to say yes or no to her many opportunities. (November 2017)
Physical therapist Karen Joubert treats patients of all ages and fitness and ability levels; with an office in Beverly Hills, her clientele also happens to include famous entertainers and big name athletes. (October 2017)
In this episode of the live APTA Student Assembly XchangeSA chat, Kate Hamilton, PT, DPT discusses finding your niche in physical therapy (October 15, 2017)
In this episode, a team of health care professionals share their insights about NAS and discuss signs and symptoms, treatment in the hospital. Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome occurs when an infant is born having been exposed to opiates through his or her mother, and experiences withdrawal after birth. (October 2017)
The power of stubbornness, physical therapy, and prosthetics.
October 2017 Defining Moment Mariya J. Spencer, PTA