Hand therapy heroes was created for you to learn from your peers and hand enthusiasts from around the world. We will have interviews with hand therapy practitioners, patients, surgeons, company representatives and each episode will be designed to help you grow your hand therapy knowledge. Content will range from discussions on diagnosis, new products, to techniques, compelling articles, creative ideas for orthotics, business planning and billing to name a few.
Peripheral Nerve Injury: Updated
Super excited to share an amazing podcast Laurie C. Rogers MHS, OT, CHT is an extremely busy practitioner and program manager at National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington DC. She trains therapists and students and was instrumental in the 4th edition of the most popular hand therapy resource "Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation, A Quick Reference Guide and Review 4th Edition". She also serves as the Senior Project Manager and contributed and edited every chapter of the book and appendix.
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From CMCJ OA issues to Shark Tank... every shark was swooning!
Barbara Heilman is an OT and hand therapist who spent her career adapting equipment and creating orthosis for her patients. When she became a grandma she solved her issue with not being able to get her granddaughters car seat open due to CMCJ OA and created an adaptive piece of equipment that worked great. Her daughter Becca Davision recognized that what her mom had created could be used by so many people and decided that they would together create the UnbuckleMe system. Send an email into firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide a code if you or anyone you know could use an Unbuckle me and to learn more. LOVE this team and really had a blast chatting with them.
Building a Hand Therapy Business - Tips and Tricks
JoAnn Keller founded her business Hands For Living in 2011. She has specialized in hand therapy since 1997. JoAnn is respected by physicians, patients, and other therapists. Joanne is sharing with us some ideas on creating a hand therapy business and the steps you need to consider. She shares pitfalls as well as resources that will inspire you to "just do it". We had such a great conversation and so much to talk about that we will have to have a second podcast! Please email email@example.com for the info sheet.
Mentorship and Entrepreneurship with Hoang Tran
Hoang Tran is an Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist. Owner of two successful companies Hands-on Therapy Services and Hand Therapy Secrets.
Link to her website: www.handtherapysecrets.com
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Link to her mentorship program: https://handsots.lpages.co/hand-therapy-mentorship/
Protocols YES? or No? Thoughts from A New CHT and Strategies For New Practitioners
A casual discussion with Minh Quan Tran OT, CHT from Canada about Protocols. Minh reviews how protocols are excellent for therapists who do not have a mentor to rely on. Protocols don't take into account all the variables which is a challenge and if you understand tissue healing and how structures heal you can determine a regime based on these concepts. Minh shares his experience with an array of cases, how he deals with being a young practitioner and reminds people to seek out concepts and to not get hung up on protocols.
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An Interesting Role as an OT: Clinical Specialist, Product Development and More
Meet Jamie McMillan and hear about her unique role as an OT working with Hely and Weber a company which sells supports and braces. Her skills as an OT/CHT provided her the skill-set to create a new position with the company in 2015 and she has never looked back. Learn how this type of position could be right for you! For the info sheet please put Jamie in the email subject line or the body of the email and email email@example.com
I just started listening about 2 weeks ago and am loving it! I have been practicing in hand therapy for 2 years, right out of school. This information is terrific especially as I study for my CHT. Thanks!!!!
Thank you Susan and all of your guests!
I came across this podcast on a drive a couple months ago and intended to write a review immediately. Unfortunately, I forgot but now have some extra time to write my thoughts. I found this podcast to be extremely helpful, relevant, educational, and inspiring. Sometimes, we get in what I might call a “rut”, we are we find ourselves treating patients doing our jobs but not having the time to look into new research, evidence, and new practices in our field. This podcast is a great learning tool to encourage a spiral into learning more about a specific topic. I highly recommend! Thank you for creating this Susan! 🙌🏼
Excellent Hand Therapy Content
I am an OT/CHT and am thoroughly enjoying this podcast. The information is relevant and up to date with the current research. Great podcast! Thank you!