Best Physicaltherapy podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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NPTE Clinical Files is a podcast from the creator of Dominating the NPTE, hosted by Kyle Rice. NPTE Clinical Files explains a true clinical scenario in the form of a mock NPTE-based question. Each question is followed by a set of answer choices, where Dr. Kyle Rice explains the right answer with a detailed rationale. Each season covers all of the major systems and topics found in physical therapy and likely to be found on an NPTE. NPTE Clinical Files gives the Physical Therapist a weekly opp ...
 
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Strokecast
Weekly
 
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.
 
You may be asking yourself…..”self, what insider information could I possibly want or need regarding physical therapy, sports medicine, rehabilitation and medicine.” Well, very good question. There is a ton of information regarding treatment techniques, philosophies, and medicine. But how do you separate the fluff from useful relevant information? Our mission is to gain inside(r) input and perspective on all the information floating around from the experts and then dissect it…figuratively. W ...
 
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Talus Media Talks
Monthly+
 
Craving more in-depth coverage of the stories on Talus Media News? We've got you covered! Here on Talus Media Talks, we sit down and discuss the biggest issues in physical therapy, one expert at a time. From in depth news to the personal stories that define our profession, Talus Media Talks gives you the complete coverage you need. Subscribe on iTunes and your favorite podcast app, follow us on Twitter & Facebook at Talus Media, and check out the website at talusmedia.org
 
The Habits of Healing podcast shares ideas to help you live a happy, healthy, vibrant lifestyle through guest interviews and Dr. Donna Perillo's personal experiences. By incorporating habits that empower you physically, emotionally, ad chemically, you can begin the journey to optimal health and well-being.
 
Digital Marketing in healthcare? Yep, it's been here and it's only going to grow exponentially over the next decade. That's what we're here for...to teach, educate, and discuss all things related to digital marketing as it relates to healthcare. Hosts Dr. Alex Engar, PT, DPT and Dr. Will Boyd, PT, DPT are practicing physical therapists and the co-founders of Healthy Funnel, LLC, a digital marketing company.
 
How much Business Education did you get in your Degree Program? Struggling to make it to the next level? Just starting or trying to expand your business? Build your "Perfect Practice" in a fraction of the time. I didn't start to find success until I started listening to business shows like Entrepreneur on Fire and the SoloHour. I cried the first time I realized there were others going through the same struggles. This show exists because I wanted to hear from people in similar industries that ...
 
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The Chocolate Bar
Monthly+
 
Welcome to the Chocolate Bar: Our Lives. Our Strength. Our Time. Celebrating Women of Color in strength sports: Powerlifting, Crossfit, StrongMan, Olympic Weightlifting, and Bodybuilding! See you at the Bar!
 
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Wodigy Podcast
Monthly
 
Wodigy is the industry podcast for CrossFit affiliate owners, coaches, athletes, and movement based medical providers. Bringing you interviews and content from business gurus, coaching experts, and cutting edge medical providers.
 
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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 ...…
 
What do you get when you block out all of the challenges- physical and otherwise - life has thrown at you and focus solely on the goals you set for yourself? Mix it with some Black Girl Magic and you get Brandi: writer, olympic weightlifter, albinism activist and the first legally blind woman to medal at a USA Weightlifting meet! Bri and Brandi ...…
 
Miles presents with a past medical history of diabetes type II and obesity. The physical therapist is challenged with determining which activity listed falls the highest in the trans-theoretical model (Stage of Change) How well do you know the trans-theoretical model? Let's test your knowledge in this excellent episode about behavioral change. ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Harriet presents with status post-TKA and is undergoing stair training with the physical therapist. The physical therapist is challenged with determining the appropriate instructions for descending stairs with a cane. How well do you know safe stair negotiation techniques? Let's test your knowledge in this excellent episode about stair training ...…
 
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 ...…
 
In this episode we dive in with video expert Kevin Anson who has worked for some of the biggest brands and currently is the man behind the scenes running videos for Clickfunnels. In this episode, we dive into: How to stop someone in their tracks on social media to get them to pay attention to your video... How to develop a solid hook... What eq ...…
 
Ricky presents with a past medical history of atrial fibrillation, orthostatic hypotension, and chronic renal failure. The physical therapist is challenged with determining which aspect of the exercise prescription is the least appropriate for this patient while undergoing hemodialysis. How well do you know your exercise prescription parameters ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Get out ya pen and pad and learn ya history! Bri talks to the GREAT Krista Ford: 2x Gold Medalist, Former #TeamUSA Bobsledder, 11x National & 7x World Powerlifting Champion and Coach! Learn about her astounding journey from the bodybuilding stage to the powerlifting platform to the U.S. Olympic Women's Bobsled team (THE FIRST BLACK WOMAN!!!) an ...…
 
Kerri presents with significant pelvic girdle pain with ambulation. The patient is found to have a notable innominate rotation during the examination. The physical therapist is challenged with determining the BEST intervention to address the pelvic mal-alignment. How well do you know innominate rotations? Can you treat one effectively? Let's te ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Jimmy is a three-year-old child with L2 myelomeningocele. The patient requires the use of orthotics for home ambulation. The physical therapist is challenged with determining which orthotic would be the best to assist with household ambulation. How well do you know your orthotics? Can you tell me what spina bifida is and what impairments are as ...…
 
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 ...…
 
In this amazing episode, we sat down with Fortune 10 Company Consultant and Entrepreneur, James Smiley. We dive into a lot of goodies in this one. James shares his story of getting into business and lessons learned along with tactical advice for small business owners on how they should be using social media to grow their businesses. From his we ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Show Notes: Lisa Mack is a Holistic Wellness Counselor and a Certified Thermographic Technician. Her company Lisa’s Thermography and Wellness has several locations throughout New Jersey and New York. She provides medical Thermography, a radiation-free state-of-the-art screening procedure that captures heat images through digital infrared therma ...…
 
Show Notes: Sandy Richard has been empowering her patients' innate healing abilities for almost 20 years. Her treatment strategies encompass an eclectic combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Japanese Medicine, and A New American Acupuncture (trigger point release). She treats patients with a wide variety of complaints and conditions and ...…
 
Bri gets Black History Month POPPING with a kee-kee session with none other than Quiana Welch! If you don't know you better ask somebody! Crossfitter, Oly Weightlifter(AND American Record Holder Bih!), Coach, Speaker of Truth, Defender of Black Girls, and Paradigm Shifter. Q tells us about some of her most iconic strength sports moments, what s ...…
 
Samuel is a basketball star who injured his right knee after he pivoted on his right foot. The patient reports pain immediately afterward and has been complaining of additional symptoms since the incident. The physical therapist is challenged with differentially diagnosing the patient's right knee pain. How well do you know your knee injuries? ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Bri chats with Marcia, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Black Creative, Competitive Powerlifter and Strongwoman, Entrepreneur (owner of The Quad Squad Shop), and Super Woman! Learn about the magic that is physical therapy and how it can make you a better athlete. They also discuss managing chronic illness, spoonies, and how to be a B.A.B. There's al ...…
 
Heather has a past medical history of hypothyroidism and is being treated for deconditioning. The patient reports that she is not taking her medications and would like to stop exercising. The physical therapist is challenged with determining the correct and the best course of action to remedy this situation. How well can you handle difficulty p ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Taylor is attending her first follow-up appointment for right calcific tendinitis. A PTA is treating the patient and needs to make an appropriate decision about following an unspecified directive in the plan of care. The physical therapist is challenged with determining what is the responsibility and appropriate decision making of a PTA under g ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Brenda is a physical therapist looking to utilize the correct outcome measure to assess a patient's improvements and current ability related to ADL's. The physical therapist is challenged with determining the correct and MOST appropriate outcome measure to utilize with a patient who has a CVA. How well do you know your outcome measures? Let's t ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Huge thank you to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast for sharing this episode with us! Check out their channel for the latest discussions on physical therapy education! In this episode, F. Scott Feil sits down with Mike Connors, Mark Milligan, and Dana Tew, heavy-hitters in the Texas Physical Therapy Association, to discuss how the ...…
 
In this Tuesday Night Fever episode, Alex sits down with Greg Todd, Physical Therapist turned entrepreneur and they discuss all things balance in life.
 
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 ...…
 
Bri chats with Natalie Graves: Magical Black Girl, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and expert in mental health for athletes. She discusses the unique mental health considerations for black female athletes, and why its important to train your brain as well as your body, as well as tips to become the best version of yourself. See you at the Bar!E ...…
 
Kelli presents with spastic cerebral palsy and plantarflexor spasticity. The physical therapist is challenged with determining the correct AFO to utilize with the current patient. How well do you know your AFO's and their uses? Let's test your understanding in this excellent episode about ankle-foot orthotics Are you looking for an awesome chea ...…
 
Wondering how the physical activity guidelines are going to change your practice? Ken Miller, PT, DPT, Chair of the Practice Committee for Home Health Section, tells us how the the 2019 Home Health toolkit is going to move the needle from reaction to prevention. We chat the 2018 physical activity guidelines: "Walking slowly with patients is not ...…
 
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 ...…
 
I had the priveledge of speaking with a colleague who quit his big insurance based physiatry practice to go small and go solo. He eliminated his overhead and gained back his life.
 
Camron presents with pulmonary hypertension and suspected Cor Pulmonale The physical therapist is challenged with determining which acute care lines will MOST be present and used to monitor the patient's condition How well do you know your acute care lines? Let's test your understanding in this excellent episode about acute care lines Are you l ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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