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RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine is a top podcast featuring interviews with faculty and staff of RUSK Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center. These podcasts are being offered by RUSK, one of the top rehabilitation centers in the world. Your host for these interviews is Dr. Tom Elwood. He will take you behind the scenes to look at what is transpiring in the exciting world of rehabilitation research and clinical services through the eyes of those involved in making dynamic breakt ...
 
The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Ford Vox. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitatio ...
 
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“Rehabilitationships” is a new podcast spotlighting the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. We all love a great story, and there’s nothing better than one about overcoming the odds. It’s a new podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation that brings you real stories of recovery from real patients and real clinicians. Join us each month, when we sit down with people who share their extraordinary experiences of hope and recovery through physical rehabilitation. Meet the patients who ...
 
Rehabilitation Oncology is an indexed resource for the dissemination of peer-reviewed research-based evidence related to oncologic physical therapy and cancer rehabilitation. The journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world. The journal serves as the official journal for the Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy. High standards of quality are maintained through a rigorous, double-blinded peer-review process and adh ...
 
Rehabilitation Psychology is a specialty area within psychology that focuses on the study and application of psychological knowledge and skills on behalf of individuals with disabilities and chronic health conditions in order to maximize health and welfare, independence and choice, functional abilities, and social role participation across the lifespan.
 
The Performance Rehabilitation and Strength Training Podcast provides a platform for some of sports medicine's most influential individuals to collaborate. Tune in as some of the field's most well renowned rehabilitation professionals, strength & conditioning coaches, and athletes come together to discuss the integrated world of performance physical therapy and strength and conditioning.
 
human rehab is a way of life that helps people turn the negative in life to a positive way to success, prosperity, and happy. Only by being painfully honest not holding anything back while being caring in past can people get the message. My hope and mission is to help others by not changing the way people do things directly which I have no power to do but to get people to possibly start thinking about things to change thier life using thier own FREE WILL.
 
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In the 43rd episode of RehabCast we feature Sara Suikkanen of the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland on a creative intervention for home based therapies to fight frailty in older adults, and Brad Dicianno of the University of Pittsburgh on what assistive technology professionals bring to the table. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabili…
 
Dr. Koto Ishida is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She also serves as Medical Director of the Stroke Program at NYU Langone Health and Director of Clinical Affairs at the Center for Stroke and Neurovascular Diseases. She is Board-certified both in vascular neurology and neurology by the Amer…
 
On this episode we talk with Jessica Cummings, VP of Community Engagement about what Brooks Rehabilitation being a nonprofit means and how it benefits our patients and community. To find out more about the Brooks Health Foundation head over to https://brooksrehab.org/donate/ Send us an email with your questions or comments: podcast@brooksrehab.org!…
 
Sally J Foote joins Megan to speak about stress free handling. There are many factors that can create a stressful environment for our patients. Sally explains the effects it has on our patients and how we can prevent it. Learn more about Sally J Foote: https://www.drsallyjfoote.com/ Learn more about Sally J Foote's seminars: https://www.drsallyjfoo…
 
Megan Spargo joined Ane in a live to discuss how we overcome difficult times in our lives. The first thing we need to realise is that life will be difficult about 50% of the time - once we realise that it's a normal part of life, our perspective changes and we are much better able to overcome/endure/live through the challenges without suffering Lea…
 
Dr. Koto Ishida is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She also serves as Medical Director of the Stroke Program at NYU Langone Health and Director of Clinical Affairs at the Center for Stroke and Neurovascular Diseases. She is Board-certified both in vascular neurology and neurology by the Amer…
 
Tanya Grantham joins Megan to talk about scheduling appointments. Tanya has over 10 years of experience with her own practice and gives us excellent advice on how to deal with cancelations, how to be efficient during appointments, and what rules and regulations to put in place. Learn more about Tanya Grantham: https://ahah.co.za/ Learn more about o…
 
Julie Buzby from ToeGrips joins Megan to speak about her journey on how she started her business. Her inspirational story will inspire so many of you to start that idea you have been thinking about for so long. With an amazing idea, great teamwork, and the right support you can go a long way. Learn more about Julie Buzby: https://toegrips.com/ To g…
 
How did a simple trip to the laundromat change a family and later a hospital system forever? We find out in the newest episode of Rehabilitationships. In this two-part episode, we talk to Mary Free Bed President and CEO Kent Riddle and his wife Susan Riddle. With such a special episode, we brought in a guest host, long-time radio host turned podcas…
 
Dr. Koto Ishida is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She also serves as Medical Director of the Stroke Program at NYU Langone Health and Director of Clinical Affairs at the Center for Stroke and Neurovascular Diseases. She is Board-certified both in vascular neurology and neurology by the Amer…
 
Narda Robinson from CuraCore joins ane to discuss cannabis and its use in veterinary medicine.They discuss some of the challenges of research, the different uses for this product in vet medicine, the endocannabinoid system, and much more. Narda also shares a very interesting story of the first factory she visited. Learn more about Narda Robinson: h…
 
Arielle Pechette Markley joins Megan to discuss some of the newest articles published in canine Hydrotherapy, and how they impact our practice. She discusses the challenges of research in this field, as well as in canine rehabilitation in general. Learn more about Arielle Pechette Markley : https://www.facebook.com/rehabsportsvet/ To find out more …
 
Douglas H. Smith, MD, is the Robert A. Groff Endowed Professor Neurosurgery and Director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the Scientific Director of the Big 10/Ivy League Collaboration on Concussion and also serves as a member on the Scientific Advisory Boards of the US National Football League (NFL…
 
In which a conversation is held with Lilia Varela, LCDC and owner of her private practice Growing Generations of South Texas. Lilia has been counseling people with substance use disorders for over 20 years, and she speaks about some of the joys and challenges of the counseling profession.
 
Amy Kings joins Ane to discuss the prevalence of canine hypermobility in canines. They discuss what hypermobility looks like, how it connects to mental and emotional 'imbalances' like anxiety, noise sensitivity, fear, as well as how it might affect athletes. Learn more about Amy Kings: https://www.facebook.com/amykingsvetphysio/ Click to access the…
 
We are back with another special episode of Rehabilitationships. In this episode, we recorded on location at “Bikes for the Rest of Us.” This annual event hosted at Mary Free Bed helps over 50 children and adults with varying abilities get introduced and personally fitted for adaptive bicycling. Over the episode we talk to organizers, participants,…
 
Carla Rodrigues truly amazed us with her multitasking skills and her ability to run her practice all on her own while still being able to publish a book, make time for herself, and empower women. She shares with us how she manages it all to keep up an excellent standard. Learn more about Carla Rodrigues: https://www.pawsitivehealingvet.com/ Learn m…
 
Dr. Lisa Wood Magee and Dr. Stephen Wechsler present exciting findings about how cancer-related fatigue can result in physical impairments among those treated for cancer, and the need to address this through exercise aimed at large muscle groups of the lower extremity.Di Rehabilitation Oncology Journal
 
What does physical therapy and Egyptian fruitcake have in common? Well in this episode with industry veteran Bob Kroll PT, VP of VGM Homelink's Therapy Network we discuss his journey that started in Milwaukee, WI to owning a physical therapy practice, to leading the charge to develop a physical medicine network with one of the nation's largest mana…
 
Douglas H. Smith, MD, is the Robert A. Groff Endowed Professor Neurosurgery and Director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the Scientific Director of the Big 10/Ivy League Collaboration on Concussion and also serves as a member on the Scientific Advisory Boards of the US National Football League (NFL…
 
Arielle Pechette Markley joins Megan to discuss the available research within the canine sporting world. They discuss the many questions that still remain in the literature and the challenges of filling those gaps. Arielle shares a little about her collection of research articles, which is now over 2000! Learn more about Arielle Pechette Markley : …
 
Kimberley Mallett joins us to talk about her love for treating and rehabilitating horses. She shares her experience at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, as well as how she sets herself apart from other Vetrehabbers in her area. Learn more about Kimberley Mallett: https://www.facebook.com/KimMallettVetPhysio To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webin…
 
Dr. Karsten has more than five years of clinical experience across diverse healthcare settings and currently works full-time on an acute inpatient neurorehabilitation unit, evaluating and treating adults with acquired brain injury and other neurological & complex orthopedic conditions. She also serves as a mentor to other staff members and acts as …
 
Lisa Mason shared with us her training on the importance of selling products and how this can lead to an increase in profit. She tells us which products to stock, how to manage our inventory and how to create a rental program for extra income. Learn more about Lisa Mason: https://flvetrehab.com/ Learn more about the webinar series with Arielle Pech…
 
When Covid 19 hit the world, it was a massive adjustment for us all. As Vetrehabbers we had to find a different avenue to still help and treat our patients. Sarah MacKeigan shares with us how to find your voice in an online world. Learn more about Sarah MacKeigan DM program for pet owners: https://upwarddogrehab.com/virtual/group-programs/ Learn mo…
 
Dr. Karsten has more than five years of clinical experience across diverse healthcare settings and currently works full-time on an acute inpatient neurorehabilitation unit, evaluating and treating adults with acquired brain injury and other neurological & complex orthopedic conditions. She also serves as a mentor to other staff members and acts as …
 
Social Media can sometimes be very daunting when it comes to creating content and putting yourself out there. Karly Edwards joins us to share her valuable tips on how to manage and maintain your social media platforms. Learn more about Karly Edwards :https://karlyedwards.com/soz/ To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webinar, or join any of …
 
The post They contacted Flora because of her workforce credentials, and the VR Workforce Studio has a new spark appeared first on VR Workforce Studio.Di Vocational Rehabilitation Workforce Studio » Podcast
 
In this episode I sit down with three subject matter experts as we discuss the challenges, solutions, and current landscape of the home modification process from a clinicians and contractors perspective. Mark Richmann is with VGM Homelink, Melissa Anderson, and Steve Kerschke are with QLI and Kintinu Telerehab. For more information about the organi…
 
In the 42nd episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast we talk with Loren Davidson of UC Davis about her work on a pediatric tele-rehab program, and then we drop in with Hiral Master on the link between ambulation and outcomes after lumbar spine surgery. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occ…
 
Dr. Christiane Orsini joins us to share her love for telemedicine, as well as its pros and cons. Doing consultations in person versus virtually has many differences and challenges, but telemedicine has made a big impact on many pet owners and their pets. Learn more about Dr. Christiane Orsini: https://smart.vet/team/dr-christiane-orsini/ To learn a…
 
On International Nurses Day, we’re wrapping up a two-part story for our ‘Rehabilitationships’ podcast. This is the story of Annie Cangco and Kathie Fetting, two nurses who met in 2019, following a devastating super typhoon in Saipan. Annie was staying in a shelter with her family, including her eldest son Bradley, who was living with a spinal cord …
 
Dr. Jonas Sokolof graduated from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his PM&R residency at Harvard Medical School and his fellowship at the Kessler Institute. He joined NYU Langone Health and the Rusk Rehabilitation Institute in 2018 where he has served as director of oncological rehabilitation. His research interests include…
 
On this episode we talk with Robert Rowe, PT, DPT, DMT, MHS, FAAOMPT and Trent Harrison, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT about the Brooks Institute of Higher Learning. To find out more about the Brooks IHL head over to www.BrooksIHL.org. Send us an email with your questions or comments: podcast@brooksrehab.org! Find us on social media @brooksrehab www.Brooks…
 
We all have those moments of doubt about our own abilities as Vetrehabbers and if our services will be good enough to attract new clients. Nicola takes us through some pointers on how to overcome these fears and how to set a plan of action. Learn more about Nicola Kinnard: https://www.nkcequestrian.com/ Learn more about the retreat: https://www.nkc…
 
On this episode I sit down with St. Louis Cardinals Rehabilitation Performance Specialist, Dr. Azita Nejaddehghan, to talk about the integration of Physical Therapy and Strength & Conditioning in the sport setting. At the time of recording Azita was a member of Louisiana Tech Football's performance staff, more recently, she took on her current role…
 
For National Nurses Week, our newest episode of Rehabilitationships takes a trip across the Pacific. su·per ty·phoon - /ˈso͞opər tīˈfo͞on/ Definition: a destructive force inspiring the community to respond… Annie Cangco lived in Saipan, a small island in the western Pacific Ocean and a commonwealth of the United States. Annie was a caregiver for he…
 
In this episode I talk to Ray Maczik, President of The Standing Company who manufacture and distribute standing wheelchairs across the US and Ed Bell, a strawberry farmer from Indiana who uses these products in his everyday life. In this podcast we discuss the importance standing plays in Ed's life from the medical benefits, to economic impacts, to…
 
Megan Kelly gained a vast amount of experience and knowledge when she started her practice as a mobile practitioner. She shares her 7 top tips on how to run a successful mobile vet rehab practice. Sign up to Scribenote: https://www.scribenote.com/ Sign up for Trello: https://trello.com/en Sign up for the ultimate pricing guide for Vetrehabbers: htt…
 
In a special episode of “Rehabilitationships,” we recorded on location at the Griff’s Sled Hockey Classic, a sled hockey tournament featuring over 200 athletes with disabilities. ˈsled ˈhä-kē adaptation of ice hockey designed for players with varying physical abilities. A highly competitive Paralympic sport, sled hockey is similar to traditional ho…
 
Dr. Jonas Sokolof graduated from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his PM&R residency at Harvard Medical School and his fellowship at the Kessler Institute. He joined NYU Langone Health and the Rusk Rehabilitation Institute in 2018 where he has served as director of oncological rehabilitation. His research interests include…
 
Lisa Bedenbaugh joins us to share how she turned her products ideas and innovations into reality. she had some challenges along the way, but perseverance and hard work paid off. Learn more about Lisa Bedenbaugh: https://caninerehabsystems.com/ PDF on how to turn your ideas into reality: https://onlinepethealth.com/episode198 To learn about Onlinepe…
 
Sasha Foster joins us to talk about preventing burnout. She shares her own personal experience of burnout and gives us excellent advice on how to see the beginning signs of it and what steps we need to follow to prevent it. Learn more about Sasha Foster: https://www.artofcaninept.com/ To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webinar, or join an…
 
Hear the conclusion of Liz Fanco and Todd Buckingham’s story in the latest episode of ‘Rehabilitationships.’ If you haven’t listened to the first episode, jump back in your feed to check it out. We going to pick up where that story left off. Liz Fanco is a mother of eight kids, who has been overweight her whole adult life. She was inspired to start…
 
Welcome back to this special two-part series. Part 1 covered various topics, including: pulmonary conditions that could lead to the need for a transplant; if the recent resurgence of the coronavirus and its continued display of new emerging variants has affected the ability to furnish care for patients; kinds of contributions physiatry, physical th…
 
Dawn Jones from South Africa shares her journey into Vetrehab, how the business model she has implemented has changed and evolved over the years, and how she gives back to the future of the profession through clinical mentorship and guidance of the diverse group of Vetrehabbers in her team. Learn more about Dawn Jones: https://animalphysicalrehab.c…
 
Description: The 2021 winner of the IAVRPT Vet Rehab Therapist of the year award joins Megan to discuss her journey, celebrating the highlights and the most rewarding aspects of her career, growth and development. Learn more about Carrie Adrian: https://vcahospitals.com/ To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webinar, or join any of our Faceb…
 
In the next episode of Mary Free Bed’s new podcast, “Rehabilitationships,” we meet a mother of eight breaking barriers. An·ti·grav·i·ty – Definition – the antithesis of weight; defying the forces of gravity Liz Fanco and her husband Jeff have eight children and live in Caledonia, Michigan. She was asked by two of her kids to join them in a half mar…
 
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