SCI Chats Episode 2: Interview with Geneva Brier

Tune in for the latest SCI CHATs Episode! Join us for one episode of many where we interview a client living post spinal cord injury! Geneva shares many experiences, stories, and wisdom to improve clinicians’ understanding of patient perspectives while providing insightful tips for those currently sharing her experience of living with a spinal cord …

Evidence Elevates: The Master Adaptive Learner: A Conversation with Gail Jensen – Episode 7

Description: In this episode, Lauren Snowden talks to educator Gail Jensen about what it means to be a master adaptive learner and have a strong community of practice. Gail also discusses challenges to education, particularly clinical education and provides us with some ideas to carry forward and think about as we continue to evolve and …

Balance & Falls SIG: Perturbation-Based Balance Training with J.J. Mowder-Tinney Episode 11

In this episode of the Balance & Falls Special Interest Group Podcast, Host Marissa Lyon speaks with J.J. Mowder-Tinney. Dr. Mowder-Tinney was awarded the Best Poster Presenter at the ANPT Annual Conference in October 2022, with a poster titled “Effectiveness of Implementing a Single Session of Perturbation Training in the Clinical with Chronic Stroke.” Drs. …

DD SIG: Gaze Stability in People with Multiple Sclerosis- with Colin Grove – Episode 36

In this episode of 4D, we talk with Dr. Colin Grove about his recent ANPT poster presentation from the International Conference for Vestibular Rehabilitation entitled “People Living with Advanced Multiple Sclerosis Demonstrate Unique Strategies to Compensate for Vestibular-Ocular Reflex Deficits”. Host Chris Burke talks with Colin about what constitutes gaze stability, and how the vestibular-ocular …

Balance & Falls SIG: Conversation with SIG Leadership Episode 10

Conversation with the leaders of the Balance & Falls SIG, Debbie Espy (Chair), Jen Nash (Chair-elect), Laura Jacobs (Nominating committee), Nate Casey (Secretary), and Michele Collins (Vice chair). Show Notes: Interested in elected learship positions in the ANPT? https://neuropt.org/join/election-information Other Balance and Falls SIGs in the APTA, mentioned in the podcast as part of the …

An administrator elevates evidence: A conversation with Cali Carlson, PT Clinical Director, MadonnaRehab Hospital.

Hallie Zeleznik, co-chair of the Moving Forward Task Force, talks with Cali Carlson about how to support changes in the clinic. Cali helps us to consider the practical and financial ramification of changing practice and moving forward. We think you will enjoy hearing from her and hope that this podcast sparks conversations in your clinic! …

DD SIG: Serious Illness Conversations – with Alexis Drutchas and Jaclyn Shameklis – Episode 35

In this episode of 4D, Parm talks with Dr. Alexis Drutchas and Dr. Jaclyn Shameklis about creating open conversations with patients who have illnesses that can have drastic and lasting impacts on their lives. We discuss the Serious Illness Conversation Guide, and how it can be applied in a physical therapy setting, especially for patients …

DD SIG: Backward Walking and Cerebellar Dysfunction in People with Multiple Sclerosis- with Nora Fritz – Episode 34  

In this episode of 4D, we talk with Dr. Nora Fritz about her expansive research in the field of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) rehabilitation. Dr. Fritz talks with host Katy McGraw about her research on the relationship between backward walking velocity and falls, and the effects of cerebellar involvement on the motor and cognitive function in …

Vestibular SIG: Vestibular Agnosia – Episode #65

Host Puja Agarwal PT, DPT, MHA is joined by Dr. Regan Harrell, PT, DPT, NCS, a current PhD student in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburg to discuss Vestibular Agnosia. Dr. Harrell’s research interests include the use of technology to improve the diagnosis and treatment of vestibular disorders and dizziness, and balance disorder manifestations …

DD SIG: Fall Prevention and Fall Risk in Wheelchair Users with Multiple Sclerosis – with Debbie Backus and Laura Rice – Episode 33

In this episode of 4D, we talk with Dr. Debbie Backus from the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA and Dr. Laura Rice from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign about their abundance of research in fall risk and fall prevention for wheelchair users with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Host Chris Burke talks with our guests about what …