12 episodes

Conversations with recognized Health Care professionals about the scope and benefits of Physical Therapy the leading role of Physical Therapy in transforming the Healthcare industry from a model focused on caring for injury, illness and disease to a model of optimizing the valuable personal health assets we all have.

Powering Health and Wellness with RPM Rehab John Hawes

    • Health & Fitness
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Conversations with recognized Health Care professionals about the scope and benefits of Physical Therapy the leading role of Physical Therapy in transforming the Healthcare industry from a model focused on caring for injury, illness and disease to a model of optimizing the valuable personal health assets we all have.

    A Neurosurgeon’s Perspective on Patient Care with Dr. Dave Atteberry

    A Neurosurgeon’s Perspective on Patient Care with Dr. Dave Atteberry

    Even as a neurosurgeon, Dr. Dave Atteberry will never be the first person to suggest a patient undergo surgery. That’s because he approaches each patient the same way he approaches his operations: with compassionate care. In this episode, Dr. Atteberry discusses the importance of collaborating with patients, how surgery can best be paired with rehabilitation, and he’ll even delve into some of the mysteries of neuroscience that led him to where he is today. 

    • 38 min
    Applying Lessons from Ultramarathons and Embracing Adaptability to Help Patients Reach Rehab Goals with Lisa Bliss MD

    Applying Lessons from Ultramarathons and Embracing Adaptability to Help Patients Reach Rehab Goals with Lisa Bliss MD

    The first question that physiatrist and rehabilitation medicine specialist Lisa Bliss MD asks a patient is ‘What do you want to achieve?’ Whether their answer is to run a marathon or to be able to lift their grandchild, Bliss focuses her treatment on giving patients the tools to succeed on their own terms. In this episode, Bliss talks with John Hawes and Clark Buckner about her patient-centered care, her own experience with endurance and the importance of adaptability. 

    • 41 min
    Exploring Mind Science with Cindy Shaw

    Exploring Mind Science with Cindy Shaw

    The mind is one of our most important health assets. According to Speech Pathologist and student of the ancient Tibetan practice of mind science, Cindy Shaw CCC; SLP, we can take care of our mind through lots of dedicated and disciplined time, determination and reflection. On this episode, Shaw explains to co-hosts John Hawes and Clark Buckner how we can exercise control over our own happiness through dedicated work.

    • 48 min
    Caring for Patients with Complex Pain Through Manuel Therapy with Michele Jacobs DPT

    Caring for Patients with Complex Pain Through Manuel Therapy with Michele Jacobs DPT

    Physical therapy can’t always stick to the same script. When Michele Jacobs DPT, physical therapist at Cascade Summit, works on patients with complex pain conditions, she customizes their care — and effectively transforms their lives. Jacobs shares with John Hawes and Clark Buckner how she uses her hands to heal patients with amazing results. She dives into gender considerations for delivering effective care, the importance of listening and how to advocate for your patients.

    • 42 min
    Physical Therapy and NFL Athletes

    Physical Therapy and NFL Athletes

    Keith Embray’s journey to professional football wasn’t an easy one. But, even after multiple rejections, setbacks and injuries, Embray found himself playing on the NFL stage. In this episode, Embray tells co-hosts John Hawes and Clark Buckner how physical therapists made an impact on his professional football career, the importance of mentorship and how he guides student athletes for life after graduation.

    • 53 min
    Physical Therapy and the Elite Athlete with Randy Bauer

    Physical Therapy and the Elite Athlete with Randy Bauer

    Whether you’re an Olympic track champion or a recreational golfer, Randy Bauer knows that athletes of all kinds want to make the most of their movement for as long as they can. That’s where he steps in. In this episode, RPM physical therapist Bauer discusses with John Hawes and Clark Buckner his work with elite athletes from all over the country, the physical demands of therapy and the way to build relationships through your practice.

    • 37 min

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