Bridging the Gap Between Rehabilitation and Independent Exercise
May 14, 2018
Physical therapist Kira Davis talks with Janaye Dzikewich of Medical Exercise Trainers about the fitness industry, getting back into independent exercise after injury, and what to look for in a fitness professional when looking for guidance in exercise.
Shoulder Labral Repair Surgery: Help!
September 23, 2017
Dan Baumstark (physical therapist) and Phillip Godfrey (medical exercise trainer) talk in depth about both conservative management of shoulder labral tears and post operative management. Common questions that patients have are addressed in depth with this podcast.
Aging and Exercise: Dealing Responsibly
May 21, 2017
Dana Logan (physical therapist) and Dan Baumstark (physical therapist) discuss age related changes and exercise modification.
Experts Talk About The Hip
May 16, 2017
Andrew Wolff, MD (orthopedic surgeon) and Dana Logan, MSPT (physical therapist specializing in hip rehabilitation) discuss everything that you need to know about advances in hip surgery and conservative management. This episode is a must for anybody wanting to know more about FAI, hip labral surgery/reconstruction, and rehabilitation of the hip.
“Going There” With Cerebral Palsy
April 15, 2017
Dan has a very frank discussion with Melissa about what it is like to live with cerbral palsy. Melissa relates her personal stories about mobility, surgeries, rehabilitation, and sex. This podcast will help you to understand more about what cerebral palsy is, and what people with CP want us to know about their lives.
Getting “Doored”: Stories Of Getting Knocked Off Our Bicycles
January 29, 2017
Dan and Rachel swap stories about getting “doored” in Washington D.C. Practical advice is also given in regards to dealing with legal issues and medical treatment after being involved in a bicycle accident.
So You Want To Be a Physical Therapist?
January 11, 2017
Dan and Kira have a frank discussion on the topic of choosing physical therapy as a career path. Prerequisite course work, admissions, the educational process, and the expectations of being a physical therapist are all discussed in detail.