Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston with Jeanine Gunn, PT, DPT, APTA Board of Directors treasurer on ways that today’s PT and PTA students can step-up, get involved, and make their mark on our profession.
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston on the 10th annual Oxford Debate, the debate topic “Jack of All vs. Master of One.”
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston with APTA staff for updates on the association’s advocacy initiatives.
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston with the Foundation for Physical Therapy on the VCU-Marquette Challenge.
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston on the new financial solutions resources.
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston with APTA CEO Justin Moore, PT, DPT, on advancing the profession, advancing the association
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston on “You’ve Graduated…Now What?” Where Do Early Career Professionals Fit Within APTA
Listen to a discussion interview held at NEXT 2017 in Boston on the APTA Student Assembly.
A youth’s fear becomes a PT’s passion.
June 29, 2017: The pain that Annie Karp felt in her hip wasn’t intense, but it was unrelenting. For months she met with numerous health care providers in an attempt to resolve the issue. And for months she had no success, until a physical therapist asked her a fairly simple question: “Are you a dancer?”
June 15, 2017: The fatigue felt by people with cancer is so common that it has a name. Cancer-related fatigue isn’t unique to 1 type of cancer or cancer treatment, and it can occur even after treatment is complete.
When cancer-related fatigue strikes, it’s often extremely debilitating, significantly impacting quality of life, and creating a level of fatigue that rest alone cannot address.
Although it might seem counterintuitive, one of the most effective ways to manage cancer-related fatigue is through exercise.
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist explains why.
Learn more about how exercise helps during cancer treatment on MoveForwardPT.com.
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In this PTJ podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Alan Jette talks with Dr. Joel Stevans about utilization rates of early outpatient rehab for patients with knee pain, associated outcomes, racial disparities in pain management, and the need for collaborative care. Stevans co-authored the article “Association of early outpatient rehabilitation with health service utilization in managing Medicare beneficiaries with nontraumatic knee pain: retrospective cohort study” in the June issue of PTJ.
In this PTJ podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Alan Jette talks with Dr. Michel Landry about the role of rehabilitation in addressing the physical effects of Zika virus and new opportunities for the physical therapy community to engage in a global conversation around public health and infectious disease. Landry co-authored the Point of View article “Zika virus (ZIKV), global public health, disability, and rehabilitation: connecting the dots…” in the March issue of PTJ.
In this PTJ podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Alan Jette talks with Dr. Tiffany Schubert about effective models for delivering the Otago Exercise Program for falls prevention for older adults. Schubert co-authored the article “Otago Exercise Program in the United States: comparison of 2 implementation models” in the February 2017 issue of PTJ.
Robyn Gisbert, PT, DPT, takes a trip back in time to the junction of science and the arts.
Deborah R. Brandt, PT, DPT, reflects on the words that made the difference.
Daryl Menke, PT, DPT, describes how a PT and an inaugural PTA class experience personal and professional growth.
Brian Power, PT, DPT, describes benefits of boxing to patients and a practitioner.
Carol-Ann Nelson, PT, DPT, describes a program for people with neurologic conditions that’s literally “out there.”
Ben Gilbert, PT, MS, MBA, finds inspiration in a former patient.