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MOVEMENT2BE Brings Fun, Physical Literacy To Underserved Youth
MOVEMENT2BE motivates kids, who might not otherwise have access to team sports and extracurricular activities, to value and take part in physical activities to achieve a healthy life.
Cutting-Edge Treatment and Physical Therapy Helps Child Thrive After Severe Brain Damage
Doctors told parents of newborn Eli Starkey that he might never speak or walk. Eli’s parents and PT Anna Howard discuss the cutting edge treatment, physical therapy, faith, and determination that has Eli walking, talking, and playing ball.
Addressing the Life-Limiting Effects of Eating Disorders Through Physical Therapy
Building strength and emphasizing healthy movement through physical therapy can be a valuable tool to help people who have eating disorders. It also is a means of improving people’s long-term recovery. https://www.choosept.com/radio/detail/value-of-physical-therapy-in-addressing-life-limit
Benefits of Early Physical Therapy Treatment for Sciatica
Back pain with sciatica— can upset the rhythm and quality of life. The typical wait-and-see approach can prolong pain needlessly. PT and researcher Julie Fritz shares significant findings that suggest it’s time to make changes to typical care.
Physical Activity’s Role in Pain Avoidance and Management
Three pain experts share how physical therapists can help people of all ages reduce their chances of developing pain, manage the effects of pain, and lead an active, healthful, and full life.
70+ Adults and a PT Share How To Thrive, Despite Chronic Conditions
Many older adults feel good but find themselves sitting too much, out of shape, and out of sorts. Senior athletes Learn how it’s never too late to be physically active and feel good.
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Great content! Great questions!
You ask great questions and make this content accessible to body workers. I love hearing about relative body conditions that I come across in life and my fitness classes.
Could you do a podcast on steps to become a PT/PTA in the pandemic? Cuz I’d love to join the front lines and am trying to find the right program and right career path for me. Thank you!
Great Podcast, Sound Quality could use improvement
Love this podcast and the topics that are chosen but it’s difficult to listen to it as the sound quality is really poor. Would love to see it improve!