A podcast for physical therapists to provide new professionals with insight into the career paths of many more established physical therapists and to discuss current topics in the profession.
2018 PT Podcast Network Holiday Extravaganza
That's right everyone! It's that time of year again! All the PT Podcast Network voices (except for Adam) have gathered together to bring you some podcast holiday cheer!
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Music by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com
021 Cory Blickenstaff
In Episode 19 we chatted with one of the hosts of The Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast, Sandy Hilton. Here on Episode 21, we talk to the other host Cory Blickenstaff. Cory works in a private practice in Vancouver, WA. He has presented nationally on topics related to treating pain as well as work site industrial care delivery models. He authored the monograph on work injury prevention and management in the APTA home study course “The Injured Worker.” Cory is also active on social media discussing and debating current practice issues and applications and occasionally writes on the Leaps and Bounds blog.
It's that time of year again and the PT Podcast Network crew are in the holiday spirit! The gang got together, as best they can scattered across the world, to share a little eggnog and make fun of each other. So pour yourself a drink, sit by the fire (or pool in the Southern Hemisphere), and enjoy a little holiday cheer.
019 Sandy Hilton
Episode 19 is with one of the hosts of Pain Science and Sensibility, Sandy Hilton. To be fair, Erik conducted the interview with Sandy back in March of 2015, before the idea of Pain Science and Sensibility was even conceived. Like Erik, Sandy is a Combines Sections Meeting program chair, he for Sports Section, she for the Section on Women’s Health, and they both happened to be in Washington, DC for the annual meeting for section program chairs. While they were there, they spent about an hour talking about her upbringing and path to get where she is today.
Sandy is a practice owner that specializes in chronic pain and pelvic health in Chicago, Illinois. Her practice, Entropy Physio, is also known for bringing internationally recognized experts into their clinic to provide continuing education for physical therapists. I highly recommend you check out their website to see the amazing lineup they produce each year. The courses are affordable and open to any healthcare providers who want to attend. More information is available on their website.
018 Terry Malone
In this episode, Erik has a conversation with Terry Malone, PT, EdD, ATC, FAPTA, a full professor and former Physical Therapy Program Director at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY. He is also a Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association and has been active in the Sports Physical Therapy Section for several decades. Terry gives quite a unique perspective on the history and current state of sports physical therapy.
017 Chuck Thigpen
In this episode, Erik sits down with Chuck Thigpen, PhD, PT, ATC, a clinical research scientist with Proaxis Therapy in Greenville, SC. He is also the current Research Chair for the Sports Physical therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and serving on the writing panel for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Appropriate Use Criteria for the treatment of rotator cuff tears.
this and PT Inquest are fantastic resources for student PT's, new grads and any PT considering a change of scenery within the profession. PT Podcast and PT Inquest compliment each other well in that one is about career paths and the other is about professional development as part of a journal club.
I left a review previously but it appears that it was lost. This is a well done podcast that has a ton of information in each episode. I have picked up a ton of ideas so far. Well worth the listen.