11 episodes

Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on health in the performing arts.

Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.

Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives Jenna Kantor

    • Health & Fitness

Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on health in the performing arts.

Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.

    Sacroiliac Joint Pain

    Sacroiliac Joint Pain

    Title: Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
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    On this episode, Dr. Jamie Blau was interviewed. She is a board certified Chiropractor serving the New York community. Dr. Blau evaluates each person's whole body when taking care of her patients. She prides herself on being a good listener and examiner, assisting a person's body in functioning at its highest potential. Dr. Blau uses a very hands on approach to take care of the human frame as well as other modalities such as nutritional advice and physiotherapy when needed. Trigger point therapy, a form of massage therapy directed at removing dysfunction of muscles, is often utilized to assist the body in correcting itself and to help restore balance to the spinal column, along with the spinal adjustments. The goal is always to bring as much balance back to your body with each visit to Upper Westside Chiropractic, and Dr. Jamie Blau. Dr. Blau wants to help your body achieve a more efficient state of well being.
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
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    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
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    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 17 min
    Hip Labral Tears

    Hip Labral Tears

    Title: Hip Labral Tears
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    On this episode, Danelle Dickson was interviewed. She is a graduate of University of Delaware, has over 11 years of clinical, research, and administrative experience in physical therapy sports and orthopedic fields. She founded Performance Plus Physical Therapy with the goal of providing a different rehabilitation experience for patients. Danelle specializes on injury assessment and prevention for performing artists. She has been trained in manual based courses such as Institute of Physical Arts and St. Augustine courses and received her Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification in 2012. Danelle has performed research in the Dance medicine field. She has also presented research at local (APTA) and international (IADMS) conferences on dancers, and has additionally has published her research with Journal of Dance Medicine and Science. At present, Danelle works with a variety of diagnoses including common orthopedic and sports injuries, including post-operative conditions. She specializes in working with dancers, and works with the local DMV dance population in taking care of their injuries. You may learn more about Danelle at www.3ptdc.com and follow her at @3ptdc on Facebook, IG, twitter, youtube.
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    Where to listen to podcast:
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    2. iTunes
    3. Soundcloud
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
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    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
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    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 19 min
    Healthy Twerking

    Healthy Twerking

    Title: Healthy Twerking
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    On this episode, Sherrill Williams was interviewed. She is a physical therapy student at NYU and plans to specialize in working with performing artists.
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    Where to listen to podcast:
    1. Spotify
    2. iTunes
    3. Soundcloud
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    Show Information:
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
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    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
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    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 9 min
    Handling Finances in the Performing Arts

    Handling Finances in the Performing Arts

    Title: Handling Finances in the Performing Arts
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    On this episode, Will Butler was interviewed. He is a physio-turned-financial advisor. As an irreverent magnifier, his mission is to change healthcare by improving the lives of clinicians, through financial education and planning. He enjoys few things more than Ben & Jerry’s ice cream; helping clinicians succeed is one of those things. He values humor, knowledge, and a good barbell.
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    Where to listen to podcast:
    1. Spotify
    2. iTunes
    3. Soundcloud
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    Show Information:
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
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    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
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    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 10 min
    Physical Health in West Coast Swing

    Physical Health in West Coast Swing

    Title: Physical Health in West Coast Swing
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    On this episode, Alyssa Arms, PT, DPT, was interviewed. As a young dancer who was forced to quit dance for several months while recovering from a major injury with improper medical advice, Dr. Alyssa learned how important it is that dancers are treated by someone who truly understands how to work with dancers.

    Dr. Alyssa Arms is the owner of Back in Step Physical Therapy in Centennial, CO. In her clinic, she works with clients recovering from a variety of conditions and injuries, while also promoting wellness and prevention with her clients and community. One of her specialties is working with dancers, partnering with local studios and instructors.

    In addition to her extensive training and experience as a physical therapist, Dr. Alyssa Arms has over 30 years of experience as a dancer, trained in ballet and pointe, jazz, tap, hip hop, and salsa. She has also been an active national circuit competitor in West Coast Swing (WCS) since 2009, where she has also built a reputation as The WCS Physio.
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    Where to listen to podcast:
    1. Spotify
    2. iTunes
    3. Soundcloud
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    Show Information:
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
    .
    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
    .
    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 13 min
    Occupational Therapy for Musicians

    Occupational Therapy for Musicians

    Title: What does an occupational therapist do?
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    On this episode, Heather Wilkens Mogielnicki, Occupational Therapist, was interviewed. From the age of 10 Heather only wanted to be a professional flutist. Her focus and dedication to her instrument led her to receive her BFA in flute performance from SUNY Purchase in 1991. She went on to freelance work and was on her way to California to do studio work. However, her hours and hours of practicing/performing led to some career altering injuries. She herself was a patient of a hand therapist which sparked her next passion of helping others with injuries to recover. She then went on to obtain a BS in Occupational Therapy from the University of Hartford in 1998. Heather spent 17 years working at UCONN Health Center in their Hand Therapy department and Musician’s Clinic…..combing her two passions……hand trauma/injuries and Music. Heather is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists, has published multiple book reviews for the Journal of Hand Therapy and has co-authored research studies during her time at the health center. Tired of the path the “business” of health care has gone down she decided to open her own clinic to enable her to focus on the patient and patient only.
    Besides being a hand geek, she is a mom of a 14 year old soccer and X-Box obsessed boy and an 12 year old dance obsessed girl…….spending many hours on the field and in the dance studio! Heather loves to run with her four legged best friends and stay active…..”If we want to keep moving and living through all stages of our lives it’s super important we stay active and take time for our health.”
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    Where to listen to podcast:
    1. Spotify
    2. iTunes
    3. Soundcloud
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    Show Information:
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    Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and physical therapist, interviews individuals on life and health in the performing arts. In this monthly podcast, we aim to help performing artists gain a better understanding of how their body works, how to reduce risk of injury, what Physical Therapy for performing artists entails, how to maximize performance potential, and entertain.
    .
    Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes and is not medical advice.
    .
    Website: http://ptperformancepersp.wixsite.com/home
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITo3xiKNBOq20jM7ExlRNw
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ptperformanceperspectives/
    Email: ptperformanceperspectives@gmail.com
    Host: Jenna Kantor
    Music: Bret Autrey vs. Ella Fitzgerald - Puttin on the Ritz (Irving Berlin & Taco)
    Music License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode

    • 12 min

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