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Best Jamie Fowler podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Jamie Fowler podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Craving more in-depth coverage of the stories on Talus Media News? We've got you covered! We’re introducing 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
 
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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 TPT…
 
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 aer…
 
The Home Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association has just released a new resource on pain management. Two of the four authors, Ken Miller, PT, DPT & Jamie Lowy, PT, MSPT sit down to answer the following questions: What does pain management look like in home health? What are the unique challenges? What's included in this resource…
 
In this episode, Todd Davenport joins host Rachel Jermann to break down the social determinants of health (#sdoh), and the impact of gun violence on physical therapists. They discuss the following questions: What are the social determinants of health? We have to help the patient in front of us...but how does that translate to helping solve he "upst…
 
Welcome to our last #STANDSaturday! This has been an exciting 3 month series on a non-profit organization that carries out the dream of serving under-served populations; STAND (Sustainable Therapy and New Development) The Haiti Project. It is a pro bono clinic serving over 900 patients a trip in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. In this series, we have heard fr…
 
This is part of our series on the sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. There are section and state chapters; you have to be a member of your state association, but you can choose to be a member of a section based on your area of practice. Ever wonder what it takes to work in Acute Care? Sharon Gorman, PT, DPTSc, President of the A…
 
Welcome to week 7 of #STANDSaturday covering another corner of the clinic – Neuro. Steven Kinney earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in 2011. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). In addition, he completed extensive traini…
 
Interested in the pediatric physical therapy world? Want to be a part of their annual conference? Just want to learn more? We sat down to chat with Kilbrey Fowler, co-chair of the local planning committee for this year's Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Conference (APPTAC). Kilbrey briefs us on: Her practice and why APPTAC is important …
 
Our guest this week is Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC and President/Co-Founder of WebPT. WebPT recently released its second annual report on the State of Rehab Therapy (found here). Host Cait Cederholm sits down with her to chat about the current challenges that face rehab professions, including patient compliance, marketing, student debt, and th…
 
This is part of our series on the sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. There are section and state chapters; you have to be a member of your state association, but you can choose to be a member of a section based on your area of practice. Dennis Fell, PT, MD, joins us to talk about the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy (ANPT)…
 
Welcome to week 7 of #STANDSaturday covering another corner of the clinic, this time among the interdisciplinary team - General Medicine. Born and raised in Georgia, Claire Steagall, RN shares her first time experience with STAND with 13 years working in the ED, PCU, Post-Op, and Med-Surg floors of many hospitals to back her up. She claims being a …
 
Have you ever looked at the statistics? According to 2003 National Assessment of Adult Health Literacy, only 12% of the population has proficient health literacy. Health literacy is defined as "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health…
 
Welcome to week 6 of #STANDSaturday covering another corner of the clinic - Pelvic Health. Sarah Ecker, PT, DPT, PRPC, traveling PT and '11 graduate from New York University worked in the science, medicine and technology department of a publishing company in NYC when she fell in love with pelvic health. She received her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practi…
 
Welcome to week 4 of #STANDSaturday covering another corner of the clinic - Pediatrics. Pat Tietz, PT, MS has taken her 31 years of pediatric experience on 3 trips thus far and explains to us why she cannot wait to go on more. She describes how she needed to adjust to the clinic, what common diagnosis she sees, and why she feels everyone, yes EVERY…
 
Join Kandace Burton, recent graduate from Briar Cliff University, as she takes us through what her experience with STAND: The Haiti Project was like as a student. She explains how the trip has impacted what type of clinician she wants to be, how her Army National Guard training came in to play during an emergency at the clinic (sneak peek below), a…
 
Only those with a passion for wound care can describe a wound as "beefy" and still have a stomach for summer barbecues! Join Melissa Agrimanakis, PT, DPT, WCC (Wound Care Clinician) a Spinal Cord Specialist from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charleston, MA as she walks us through her role as the part time Neuro/full time Wound Guru on her la…
 
Have you ever dreamed of taking your Physical Therapy skills to an underserved population and immersing yourself in the culture of the area? Justin Dunaway PT, DPT, OCS and Morgan Denny PT, DPT founded a non-profit organization that carries out this dream. STAND (Sustainable Therapy and New Development) The Haiti Project is a pro bono clinic servin…
 
Did you know that the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) just released a new proposed rule for SNFs that would change the payment system? Do you know what the Patient Driven Payment Model is? Do you know how SNFs currently get paid? Did you want to just take a dive down the rabbit hole of payment methodology? In this episode, we sit down…
 
In this episode, we chat with #WomanCrushWednesday winner Asha Gummadi, PT, MS, NCS. A neuro PT out of Philly, Asha created TherEx Portal, an online application that translates physical therapy exercises, transfers, and more into your patient's native language. If you've worked with non-native English speaking patients, you know: sometimes things j…
 
In this episode, Rachel Jermann sits down with Ken Olson, president of the International Federation of Orthopedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT). We chat what IFOMPT is, how countries join, and what it means to be a Fellow. Ken talks about the latest push to bring South American countries on board, and the importance of an international …
 
In this episode, Rachel Jermann sits down with Joe Farrell, first president of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT). With the recent (and promised) changes to residency and fellowship, Joe looks back on the beginnings of AAOMPT. Why was AAOMPT started? What were the goals? How did specialization evolve? Was the pen…
 
Talus Media had the chance the speak with current Duke Physical Therapist in the PT and Athletics department, Zach Christopherson. Zach chatted with us about the importance of national events like CSM to build professional relationships, the unique event TeamMates to network, stepping out of your comfort zone, and the increase in students and young…
 
Live from New Orlean, correspondent John LaRue chats with Justin Moore, PT, DPT, CEO of the APTA on where the APTA is headed next, the large numbers of students at CSM, and advocacy. Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT Views & PT News. You can find physical therapy news on our sister channel, Talus Media News. Check us out on Twitt…
 
Live from New Orleans, correspondent John LaRue sits down with Stacey Zeigler, PT, DPT, associate professor at Clarkson University to talk advocacy and leadership. Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT Views & PT News. You can find physical therapy news on our sister channel, Talus Media News. Check us out on Twitter & Facebook @Talu…
 
In this episode, correspondent Ryan Pawloski sits down with Dr. Bill Boissonnault, APTA Executive Vice President of Professional Affairs and current APTA staff contact for the Education Leadership Partnership (ELP). They discuss the current tasks facing the ELP, including: Clinical education standardization Managing student debt Obtaining further e…
 
In this episode, correspondent Ryan Pawloski sits down with PTA student Ky Pak, current PT-PAC student liaison, to discuss advocacy. “Don’t get complacent. There will always be advocacy topics to fight for.” Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT Views & PT News. You can find physical therapy news on our sister channel, Talus Media Ne…
 
In this episode, correspondents John LaRue & Ryan Pawloski break down their first CSM experience. They answer the following: How overwhelming was it? Did you sleep? What were your biggest takeaways? John chatted "momentum" & "pivot" with APTA CEO Justin Moore--what does that look like? What would you tell students going next year? Talus Media Talks…
 
In this episode, we sit down with James Spencer, travel PT extraordinaire, also known as HoboHealth. He spent 10 years traveling with his wife before they settled down in Aspen, CO. We chat the Interstate Licensure Compact: Why are we so excited? How long does it take to get a license in another state right now? What doesn't the Compact address? Wh…
 
Ever wonder what it takes to get out in the community when you've had a stroke? Have MS? Carol Ann Nelson, physical therapist and executive director for Destination Rehab, a nonprofit located in Bend, OR, helps clients find their way in the community and gives them the confidence to venture out on their own. What inspired you to start Destination R…
 
In this first episode in our Pro Bono Incubator series, we chat with Josh D'Angelo, co-founder of MoveTogether. He answers the following: What is the Pro Bono Incubator? What excited you most when you read that first round of applications for the PBI? What are you looking forward to in the 2018 application cycle? Do you have to be a typical "clinic…
 
Sara Scarbro is a second year student at the University of Minnesota. She's also a volunteer at the Phillips Neighborhood Clinic, a nonprofit pro bono clinic that serves a community with the highest concentration of impoverished and uninsured people in all of Minneapolis, in addition to the greater Twin Cities metro area. Sara is passionate about i…
 
Misericordia University Physical Therapy just started their pro bono clinic in March of 2017. The clinic serves a low income area, and provides services to both pediatric and adult populations. It grew out of passionate students and a community need. Maureen, the faculty advisor, and Julie, a third year student, sit down to chat about their clinic.…
 
I had the opportunity to sit down with Justin Moore to discuss life after the Therapy Cap (I get to archive the audio folder I have marked "Therapy Cap"--bittersweet?) Now that the therapy cap has been repealed, the APTA can shift to other legislation and taking on the home front. But we had some specific questions on the repeal. Talus Media Talks …
 
Another month, another Money Matters with Joe Reinke, cofounder of FitBUX. This month, we're answering your question: "Should I pay off my loans as fast as possible, or buy that house? What about that 401k? What about the stock market?! Breathe, we got you. Joe breaks down this complex question. Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT …
 
“Therapy can’t wait. Congress can’t either,” is APTA’s message to Congress regarding the Medicare Therapy Cap. The APTA, according to Justin Elliott, APTA VP for Government Affairs is in Full Court Press for therapy cap repeal by February 8th. He spoke honestly with us on January 26th about the challenges of moving legislation in our current politi…
 
New year, new Graham Sessions. I had the chance to sit down with Dr. Karen Litzy, host of the Healthy, Wealthy, & Smart podcast to discuss the 2018 Graham Sessions. If you don't know what Graham Sessions is, you're not alone. It's the exclusive conference (limited to less than 150 people) put on by the Private Practice Section of the American Physi…
 
Welcome to our recurring Money Matters segment! Every month, we're sitting down with Joe Reinke, co-founder of FitBUX, to discuss a finance issue relevant to physical therapists. This month we're talking the PROSPER Act, or how the government could get rid of loan forgiveness. The PROSPER Act was introduced in December, and will have to make its wa…
 
Ashley Alagna attends the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Conference and speaks with Shirley Sahrmann PT, PhD, FAPTA, the conference's keynote speaker. Ashley and Dr. Sahrmann speaks on the movement system as the identity of physical therapy and how we as physical therapists can promote our profession to the public. Talus Media Talks i…
 
Ashley Alagna sits down with Susan Effgen, PT, PhD, FAPTA to discuss how the field of pediatric physical therapy has grown and what the future directions for the field are. As a huge advocate for the profession, Dr. Effgem also speaks to why she thinks advocacy is important and how we as physical therapists can get more involved. Talus Media Talks …
 
In this episode, we catch up with Cindy Miles, president of the Academy for Pediatric Physical Therapy. Guest correspondent Ashley Alagna went to the Academy's Annual Conference--she chats with Cindy about the direction the academy is headed and how the conference is going. Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT Views & PT News. You c…
 
John LaRue, live from the APTA Sports Section Team Concept Conference, interviews Kevin Flike, veteran and patient. A Green Beret, Kevin was wounded during his second deployment to Afghanistan, taking a bullet to the abdomen. John and Kevin discuss his journey to recovery, and the impact that PT had on his new life. You can find Kevin at woundedbyw…
 
Wanted to go the the APTA's Sports Section Team Concept Conference? We're bringing the conference to you. John LaRue sits down with Johnny Owens, owner of Owen's Recovery Science. Blood Flow Restriction Training might be the next big thing. What's it all about? Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: PT Views & PT News. You can find physi…
 
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