DD SIG: 4D Episode 10: Rehabilitation for people with Huntington’s Disease with Lori Quinn

In this episode, Dr. Lori Quinn talks to Parm about key features of Huntington’s Disease for PTs to recognize and examine, treatment approaches, and her rehabilitation-based research with this population. This is a great learning opportunity for clinicians familiar with HD as well as those who may see it very rarely (or haven’t seen it […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: 4D’s CSM 2020 Preview- Bonus Episode

Join hosts Parm Padgett and Katy McGraw as they discuss the degenerative disease-related programming coming to CSM this year, with sneak preview clips from prior guests of the show and SIG members. The Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org.

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Understanding the Movement System Diagnosis with Kathy Gill-Body – Episode 9

In this episode, we talk to Kathy Gill-Body about her role on the Movement System Diagnosis task force. Kathy shares her impressions and applications of the movement system, including how she uses it in her clinical practice, and future directions for movement system diagnosis. She also shares her journey as a physical therapist involved in […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Bridging the Gap Between Research, Data Collection and the Clinic with Ryan Duncan – Episode 8

On the 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast Ryan Duncan talks to first-time host Katy McGraw about his career path from an entry-level PT working as an outcomes assessor to a primary investigator on his own clinical studies. Along the way, he gives great advice on how to use research methodology to improve clinical […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Cerebellar ataxia: neurophysiology, assessment and treatment with Amy Bastian – Episode 7

In this 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast, host, Parm Padgett geeks out about the cerebellum with Dr. Amy Bastian of the Kennedy Krieger Institute. It is chock full of clinical pearls and bottom lines! You will hear one of our preeminent researchers of the cerebellum discuss how the cerebellum influences movement, neuroplasticity of […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Virtual reality in rehabilitation & updates from the International Neurologic PT Association with Judy Deutsch – Episode 6

In this 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast, we interview Judy Deutsch about her research using virtual reality in PT, as well as practical considerations and applications for clinicians with access to all levels of technology. We also talk to Judy about her role as the president of the evolving International Neurological Physical Therapy […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: PT Movement Disorders Fellowship & Private Neurologic PT Practice with Julie Hershberg – Episode 5

In our fifth episode of 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast, we talk to Dr. Julie Hershberg, who with her company Re+active PT, started the first ever PT Movement Disorders Fellowship. Julie also tells us about her journey opening her private neurological PT practice in the Los Angeles area, and talks about using social […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Expertise in Neurologic Physical Therapy with Evan Cohen – Bonus Episode

Check out a quick snip-it from our conversation with Evan Cohen that didn’t make it into Podcast #4! 4D listeners, please give us some feedback here: https://forms.gle/jh2jWstyU5dFzcgY7 The Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group is part of the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy – www.neuropt.org.

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Fatigue and Fatigability with Evan Cohen – Episode 4

In our fourth episode of 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast, we talk to Dr. Evan Cohen about his work in people with multiple sclerosis and its application to other degenerative diseases regarding assessment and treatment of fatigability. For show notes click here. The Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group is part of the Academy […]

Degenerative Diseases SIG: Motor Learning in Parkinson’s Disease with Lee Dibble – Episode 3

In this episode of 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases podcast, our host Parm Padgett talks to Dr. Lee Dibble from the University of Utah about motor learning in people with Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. Our discussion centers around how motor learning applies to balance tasks, including reactive balance. We also review the […]