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A Generation X stroke survivor explores rehab, recovery, the frontiers of neuroscience, and one-handed banana peeling.
 
A podcast following traveling physical therapist, Dr. Dylan Callier, as he interviews other experts within the travel healthcare field to provide information for all medical travelers.
 
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What happens when you get bitten by a potentially rabid puppy in Bali? How do you protect yourself while traveling? Listen and find out! 3:25- YOU are an Asset 5:10- Bit by a Dog 7:00- Traveler's Insurance 11:05- Protect Your Medical License 14:00- Maintain a Tax Home 16:00- Boundaries and Who to Call 20:00- Health Insurance 22:00- Nest Eggs Po ...…
 
Today's episode is all about a reflection on my recent trip to Thailand and Indonesia! 4:15- Shoutouts 12:35- Being Present and Perspectives 18:30- Elephant Sanctuary 24:14- The Negative Side (Ping Pong Shows) 32:20- Lady Boy Culture 34:20- Favorite Spots 38:45- Memorable Moments 40:19- Personal Goal Podcast: www.newmedicalnomads.com/p/podcast ...…
 
This week, we learned about the tragic death of Luke Perry. He suffered a stroke at age 52 and did not survive. This sparked comments across social media that many of us have had to address only in personal conversations before. Namely: "I thought you had to be old to have a stroke!" Those of us who spend a lot of time dealing with and thinking ...…
 
In today's episode I interview Jake Daily, an inspirational guest I met while traveling. Jake is a successful athlete with unique tips for traveling while in a wheelchair. 4:40- Wheelchair Rugby 7:15-Getting into wheelchair rugby 8:00-"Murderball" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kaT5dDiISw 10:45-DASA 14:30-Headphones 17:40-Jake's Travel Story ...…
 
Strokecast regular, neurologist Dr. Nirav Shah joins us again this week to talk about Remote Ischemic Conditioning. Essentially it makes the body more resistant to oxygen deprivation by depriving it of oxygen. It's a fascinating area. In some respects, it does the opposite of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. As we learned in episode 48, the theory is ...…
 
Inspire Cafe Podcast I had the honor of appearing on Kathy De La Torre's The Inspire Café podcast. She started the podcast to understand what makes a person resilient. She explains her motivation like this: I am fascinated with the stories of human resiliency…. What makes these people tick? What became their turnaround, ah-hah moment or the tri ...…
 
I talk a lot about public speaking. Long time listeners to this show know that I also host a podcast about that topic where I help folks become more effective public speakers in as little as 2 minutes a week. Visit 2minutetalktips.com for more details. I was listening to Grant Baldwin's show "The Speaker Lab" one day when he was interviewing a ...…
 
A word from our sponsor! Join us for top-notch advice in today’s episode as we dive into an article by Laura of Nomadicare and discuss some recruiter red flags. 1:35- https://www.nomadicare.com/recruiter-qa/travel-nurse-recruiter-red-flags 4:55- What to Say No to 9:47- Submittal Without Approval 14:10- Not Showing Full Pay Package 25:15- Not Pu ...…
 
Podcast Milestone This is Episode 52. It's the last episode before the show's 1 year anniversary. I have been doing the show every week for a full year now. Many podcasts don't make it past episode 7. I want to thank all my guests and listeners for generously sharing your knowledge, your time, and your attention as we work to help grow the conn ...…
 
Welcome back Julia Kuhn of Traveling Traveler! Today's episode? "A Dependent Generation of Travelers" 1:50- https://www.thetravelingtraveler.com/... 6:20- Imperfect Action 7:50- Set a Date 9:20- Sense of Dependence Podcast: www.newmedicalnomads.com/p/podcast Safe community for medical traveling questions: https://www.facebook.com/groups/newme.. ...…
 
This past fall, I read Christine Lee's memoir, "Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember." It's the story of her 2006 stroke and the recovery. A theme through the book is one of isolation. She lost her short term memory, and she lost her ability to communicate. For the first time in her life she had to learn to listen to herself and trust her intu ...…
 
Today’s episode is all about why you SHOULD travel, with a little but of why you shouldn’t (hint: there’s not many reasons not to). Join me as I discuss “11 Reasons Why You Need To Be A Travel PT, and 1 Why Not,” a blog entry by Stephen Stockhausen of ptadventures.com. 1:30- https://ptadventures.com/11-reasons-why-1-reason-why-not/ 2:50- Learn ...…
 
My first day in the hospital was filled with MRIs and CT Scans. Okay that a little exaggeration, there was only one MRI and 2 CT scans. Still, they were unpleasant. Plus, they're expensive, and you have to go elsewhere in the hospital. It turns out there's another option, that many neurologists don't even know about. It's called Transcranial Do ...…
 
Ever wanted to travel to Hawaii? In today's episode we go over another article by Julia of "The Traveling Traveler" where she discusses traveling to Hawaii. If you've got questions about visiting Hawaii (for work or play), then this episode's for you! 1:30-https://www.thetravelingtraveler.com/ 2:39- Aloha Spirit 3:28- Culture 6:15-Two Bags Max ...…
 
Many folks are surprised to find out adults in their 20s, 30s, and 40s can have stroke. What's often bigger news to people is that adolescents, children, newborns, and even fetuses can have a stroke. In fact, stroke in the womb is one of the leading causes of cerebral palsy. Stroke in kids was nothing I had never even thought about before I sta ...…
 
In today's episode we discuss how getting fired from a position can actually be helpful. Join me as I read an excellent article by Stephen Stockhausen of ptadventures.com entitled: "How Getting Fired Helped Me to Get Every Job I've Applied for Since". 1:50- https://ptadventures.com/getting-fired/ 5:50- Be Yourself 7:00- Doughnut Diligence 10:15 ...…
 
Stroke recovery is a marathon; it's not a sprint. Regaining cognitive skills, physical skills, sensory skills, and more takes time and work. During that time, life can be really hard and unpleasant for many folks. The may or may not be able to work. Relationships get turned upside down, and after a while you just want it to go away. Surely, wit ...…
 
Today's episode delves into in artical from fittravellife.net and is all about finding gyms at each new contract, as well as the difficulties and values in doing so. There is so much value in prioritizing your health even when other aspects of life keep changing! 1:15- http://fittravellife.net/ 3:35- Working Out From Home 5:15- Housing/Gym Rout ...…
 
When I had my stroke at 46, it took a little while for the medical team to settle on the cause. I suppose that's a good thing. We don't want them to rush to a conclusion. Ultimately, they concluded the probable cause was a history of high blood pressure. It didn't make sense to me at the time. In 2015 I developed high blood pressure, AKA hypert ...…
 
Today's episode is another excellent read from Julia Kuhn of The Traveling Traveler, entitled: "Doomed from the Start: A Traveler/Recruiter Relationship Built on Lies". If you're new in the traveling world, this is an excellent episode to guide you in proper recruiter relationships and expectations. 3:50- Productivity Expectations 6:15- Mysteri ...…
 
This is the last episode of the year, and it's a little different. I'm sharing my 10 favorite hacks of the weeks for the year. Special thanks to Emilee Mason, Kristen Dingman, the folks from the Slow Road to Better, and Whitney Morean for their contributions. And thanks to all the guests who joined me and generously shared their stories in 2018 ...…
 
Today's episode is all about tax homes. What are they? How do they work? What makes them different from a permanent address? Stay tuned and find out! 1:35- traveltax.com/traveler.html 4:50- What is a tax home? 11:15- Three Requirements 17:40- Tax Home vs Permanent Address 26:30- Fair Market Value 28:30- Summary 24:50- TravCon Podcast: www.newme ...…
 
Angie Jorgensen, Sarah Conaway, and Tamsen Butler are the Stromies -- The Stroke Homies. They are 3 stroke survivors brought together by this life threatening event many of us went through. They started a blog to share their stories in February 2018. It started simply, and other survivors followed. Then other survivors shared their stories. Doz ...…
 
Today's episode is the second of my travel blogger series during my time traveling Thailand and Bali. Today we are discussing Julia Kuhn's blog, The Pros and Cons of Travel Therapy on her website thetravelingtraveler.com. 3:15- Pros and Cons of Traveling Therapy 3:50- Finding a Job/Relocation 4:40- Being in an Undesirable Building/Location 5:30 ...…
 
I'm sure you're shocked to know that I love technology. And it's not just because I've spent a career in the industry. It's because these tools have the power to change lives. It's one reason I was thrilled to talk to Lana Malovana, the CEO of European Startup Raccoon.Recovery about their device and platform to support stroke recovery through v ...…
 
Tips from me to help you follow your dreams and pursue travel! 2:40- Vagabonding by: Rolf Potts 6:45- 3X3 Rule 10:30- Recruiters Podcast: www.newmedicalnomads.com/p/podcast Safe community for medical traveling questions: https://www.facebook.com/groups/newme... Page for the latest episodes: https://www.facebook.com/NMNPodcast/ Youtube Channel: ...…
 
Tracking Blood Pressure After my stroke (and before my stroke, too) I'm supposed to monitor my blood pressure regularly. That means I have to: Put the cuff on my arm Relax while it reads the data Record the data on my log Print off my log when I go see the doctor every few months Seems simple, right? Well here's where it gets complicated. Becau ...…
 
Today's episode is part 2/2 with EmpoweRx discussing independent contracting. Join us as we will delve into a range of topics from risks, benefits, challenges and what works best for you. 2:20-First Steps 4:55- Steps State-to-State 8:30- Finding Jobs 11:20- Contract Sign-On Process 16:55- Contract Breaking 19:00- Nest Egg 26:10- Favorite Travel ...…
 
Today's episode is part 1/2 covering independent contracting. We will cover a range of topics from risks, benefits, challenges and what works best for you. 5:55- What is independent contracting? 8:10- What am I? 9:15- Who is it suitable for? 15:10- Benefits 22:15- Challenges 31:40- Am I too new to start? 36:40- Risks 40:50- Recommended Literatu ...…
 
In Episode 035 back in October, I talk with Dr. Nirav Shah about the general state of stem cell therapy for stroke survivors. Afterwards, Nirav connected me with the lead researcher on the University of Miami's stem cell research team, Dr. Dileep Yavagal so I could talk to him about his research. That brings us to today's episode. Dr. Yavagal s ...…
 
The Holiday season can be awesome. Or it can be stressful. Or it can be both. This week, I have 10 Holiday Tips for Stroke Survivors Travel Tips: Ship luggage on ahead Request wheelchair assistance at the airport Travel with prescriptions in their original bottle -- especially if you're travelling internationally. Kitchen Tips: Mise en place -- ...…
 
In this episode we welcome back Ashley Lemanski, for her second time on the show. Ashley is a traveling COTA with lots of insight and recommendations for those new to travel, or considering it as their next step. 4:05- COTA 5:25- Finding Work 8:00- Recruiters (Magic #3) 10:30- Backup Plans 14:00- Things Ashley Wishes She'd Known 16:30- Recommen ...…
 
As stroke survivors, Emergency Room physicians play an important part in our survival and rapid treatment, but we often don't think about them. We build ongoing clinical relationships with our neurologists, physiatrists, OTs, PTs, Speech Therapists. Rehab nurses, CNAs, and more, but not the ER docs. When they see us, our brains are in full cris ...…
 
This week, Dr. Nirav Shah and I talk about antidepressants -- SSRIs specifically -- in Stroke Recovery. The FLAME study demonstrated the benefits to motor recovery. SSRI stands for Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitor. Basically, the way data gets sent from one nerve cell to another is through the use of chemicals, like serotonin. The body p ...…
 
Hello fellow travelers! Today I have some exciting news about my personal travels as well as recommendations for those who plan to do out of country traveling. In today's episode I discuss vaccines, antibiotics, sunscreens, probiotics and much more. 1:55- My Plans 3:15- Travel Nursing Stations (consultations) 5:20- Malaria 6:45- Rabies 7:25- De ...…
 
I first met Maggie Whittum a couple months ago, thanks to the episode I did with the folks at The Slow Road to Better. We connected to record this episode and I enjoyed the chat. Maggie has a nice deliberate way of speaking. You can hear the emotion in her voice as she talks. Like Whitney last week, Maggie's story is a frightening reminder that ...…
 
For World Stroke Day on October 29, 2018, the American Heart Association asked me to share my story with the WA News Service, an organization that distributes content to radio stations all over WA state. This bonus episode is the story they produced. You can also read the article here: https://www.publicnewsservice.org/2018-10-29/health-issues/ ...…
 
Voting on the road can be difficult and many are not sure where to start. However, if we wish to be the change in the world we must let our voices be heard! Learn in this episode the new and faster way to vote, what to expect during the Absentee Ballot Application process, and the differences in Absentee vs Traditional Voting Dates. 2:00 How Vo ...…
 
World Stroke Day World Stroke day is October 29th. Are you planning to do something for it? Make sure everyone talk with knows how important it is to BE FAST. Meet Whitney Morean Whitney Morean was a healthy, athletic 28 year-old in the summer of 2016. She voluntarily ran 5 miles a day. A bright student, she was excited to start graduate school ...…
 
This week, I got to chat with stroke survivor Dan Oosterhous, former pilot, current US Air Force Academy Tennis Coach, and 2-time stroke survivor. Dan's story is one of seeing a problem and trying to fix it. During his rehab, he worked closely with the therapists, always pushing for more. He asked questions, asked for additional resources to le ...…
 
News and Updates This week, I was featured on KING5's Take 5 program talking about stroke in young people, this podcast, and the Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk. Check out the video below or visit http://strokecast.com/take5 The Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk is Saturday, October 13, 2018, at the Seattle Center. Click here for more details ...…
 
In today’s episode I am interviewing Kristen Schulz. Kristen has a unique experience in which she has worked as a traveler, permanent employee, and gone back to travel. Her unique experiences are perfect for listener’s who are unsure if Travel PT is the path they wish to go. 1:30- Kristen’s Journey 2:00- Getting Back Into Travel 6:40- Should I ...…
 
Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk I'm participating in the Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk on October 13. If you'd like to contribute to the fundraiser, please visit Strokecast.com/Facebook. Chatting with Ted Baxter Over the summer, I heard about Ted W Baxter's new book Relentless: How a massive stroke changed my Life for the Better. His team ...…
 
In this episode we are discussing habits and how they can make or break your goals. Being travelers who frequent new places, you all are presented with many excellent opportunities to change your habits. In this episode, I urge you to take a look at your current habits and decide if these benefit your goals. 2:10- Habits Make Or Break Goals 3:4 ...…
 
Upcoming Events This fall, the American Heart Association is running fundraisers around the country in the form of local Heart & Stroke Walks. To learn more or find an event in your area, visit HeartWalk.org. If your local one has already passed, you can start planning for 2019! Monday, October 29, 2018, is World Stroke Day. What are you doing ...…
 
Goals and Means Hello all! In this episode I discuss goals and means as they relate to travelers. We will look at three separate case studies with entirely different goals, but, with having their goals in mind, can create the means to do so. I encourage everyone to sit down and think about your goals after todays episode, and may it propel you ...…
 
I had an interesting chat with Entrepreneur and stroke survivor Tom Hannon. Tom had his stroke about two years ago due to a vertebral artery dissection and has made a remarkable recovery. His background as a triathlete certainly helped from both a physical and a mental perspective. He lives on Cape Cod, outside of Boston in the US. One of the f ...…
 
2:30 Credit Cards, Utilizing 2% Cashback, Managing Tuition 4:50 Additional Cashback Uses 5:50 Other Rewards/Bonuses/Flyer Points 7:10 Credit Card System 10:00 Responsible Spending and Tracking 12:15 Using Multiple Credit Cards 13:15 Credit Score Boosting Hack 15:15 Alex’s “Wish I'd Known” 17:00 Mint: www.mint.com 21:40 Book: The One Thing https ...…
 
Dr. Brandon Smith and I had an interesting discussion about his experience as a physical therapist. Though Brandon's background is mostly in orthopedic manual therapy and therapeutic exercise at the elite levels, it also consist of public health, strength and nutrition certifications, time spent in Surgical ICU wound care, Cardiac ICU, Neurolog ...…
 
Catie Harris has the unique distinction of being the first guest to appear on both Strokecast and 2-Minute Talk Tips. Actually this is the third episode we recorded, since I lost the first one through a silly mistake that I made. I'm glad we could make this happen. We talk about how she got into neuro care and how she now runs her own business ...…
 
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