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68 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Episode 19: Outpatient Physical Therapy During Covid-19 | Stories from Private Practice Owners - Part II
In this podcast, I interview Adam Fujita PT, DPT, CAFS owner of theprocessperformance.com and Scott Hadley, PhD, DPT, owner of hadleyclinic.com, both private practice physical therapists. They openly discuss the challenges and struggles of the Covid 19 pandemic. They also shed light on how the current crisis is fostering them to evaluate to provide better, more accessible, more flexible services to their patients. Lastly, we discuss their personal projections on when they expect for patient levels to return to pre-Covid 19 levels.
53 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Episode 18: Covid-19 and Outpatient Physical Therapy | 2 Private practice owners share their story
In this podcast, over Zoom, I interview Leonard H. Van Gelder DPT, ATC, TPS, CSMT, CSCS Owner of: Dynamic Movement & Recovery (DMR) and Emily Wilson PT, DPT owner of: New Seasons Physical Therapy and Wellness. They are both private practice owners and physical therapists. They openly discuss the challenges and struggles of the Covid 19 pandemic. They also shed light on how the current crisis is fostering them to evaluate to provide better, more accessible, more flexible services to their patients. Lastly, we discuss their personal projections on when they expect for patient levels to return to pre-Covid 19 levels.
69 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
Episode 17: Running a Successful Cash-Based PT Clinic and a Look into Neuromechanics Continuing Education
Scott Hadley, Physical Therapist and clinic owner, shares how he walked away from pre-med and a tenure track anatomy professor to choose Physical Therapy. Scott describes his experience running a successful cash-based practice. As an added bonus he provides us with a very insightful preview of his upcoming Neuromechanics continuing education opportunities. To learn more, visit his website here.
58 minutes | Dec 31, 2019
Episode 16: Using Biopsychosocial Methods to Treat Chronic Pain
At age 16 Leonard Van Gelder left traditional education to pursue his own IT company. Who would have thought that in the next 16 years he would become a martial artist, athletic trainer, physical therapist and physical therapy practice owner! He has taken his focus, individual research and continued education to develop Dynamic Principles Education. The focus is to provide a broad toolbox to help therapists re-conceptualize their understanding of pain and movement through current science while navigating the complexities of helping a whole person. While developing a continuing education course he has also started an outpatient clinic. You can find more information on his continuing education course here.
49 minutes | Nov 19, 2019
Episode 15: Part 2 - A New Approach to Cash Based Practice with Adam Fujita
This is part 2 of Devin's conversation with Adam Fujita, PT.Adam Fujita, PT is embarking on a new path in rehabilitation. He is focused on working with clients before they get injured! Adam shares his "aha moments" with spiral dynamics, postural restoration and ultra endurance running and how they all led him to his current passion: process performance. Learn more about Adam and his business at theprocessperformance.com
55 minutes | Nov 19, 2019
Episode 15: Part 1 - A New Approach to Cash Based Practice with Adam Fujita
Adam Fujita, PT is embarking on a new path in rehabilitation. He is focused on working with clients before they get injured! In this 2 part interview, Adam shares his "aha moments" with spiral dynamics, postural restoration and ultra endurance running and how they all led him to his current passion: process performance. Learn more about Adam at theprocessperformance.com
39 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
Episode 14: PDGM // A Balanced Review
Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) is on the horizon. Trisha, PT and home health rehabilitation manager, peels back the curtain on the new payment system set for January 2020. She provides helpful suggestions for how to best prepare for the change.
40 minutes | Sep 12, 2019
Episode 13: Patient Driven Payment Model and Skilled Nursing
Rehab Manager, Matt Williams, provides an in-depth look at how PDPM is affecting his skilled nursing facility. Matt discusses how he does not expect major changes for his staff or in reimbursement. The Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM), effective October 1, 2019, will improve payments made under the SNF PPS in the following ways:• Improves payment accuracy and appropriateness by focusing on the patient, rather than the volume of services provided • Significantly reduces administrative burden on providers • Improves SNF payments to currently underserved beneficiaries without increasing total Medicare payments source: cms.gov
70 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Episode 12: Four Techniques for Beginning Treatment with Chronic Pain Patients
In this podcast Jim Stark, PT identifies four effective treatment strategies to begin the healing process with patients who are suffering from chronic pain. Jim highlights the importance of sleep, mindful movement and guided motor imagery as effective treatment strategies.
31 minutes | Jul 18, 2019
Episode 11: Part 2-Putting the patient in the driver's seat
In a continuation of the previous episode, Jim Stark, PT, helps identify the key elements of the therapist-patient alliance.
32 minutes | May 30, 2019
Episode 11: Part 1-How to unlock the expectation of positive healing in patients with chronic pain
Jim Stark, PT continues in this episode to identify key elements of the therapist-patient alliance. Jim describes how clinicians need to invite their patients to change and why believing the patient’s story is so vital.
55 minutes | Apr 26, 2019
Episode 10: Physical Therapy & Chronic Pain | How to establish an effective patient/therapist alliance
This is the first podcast in a 3 part series focused on treating patients with chronic pain. In this first episode Jim Stark, PT identifies that listening and creating a trusting therapist- patient alliance is vital.
33 minutes | Apr 12, 2019
Episode 9: Is a Physical Therapy Residency Program Right for You?
On a rainy cold day in November, Jason Boddu greeted me with a warm smile. Jason, a soft-spoken man with a warm smile, owns Health Source Rehabilitation in Portland, Michigan. His reserved demeanor hides his passion for manual physical therapy. Jason started his physical therapy journey in the same clinic that he now owns. After graduating from college and unsure of his next career move, Jason’s father suggested he help in the physical therapy clinic.
47 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
Episode 8: An interview with an SLP in the school setting
Brenna, a school SLP explains IEPs, Secret Codes, and Bus Duty as an elementary and high school speech and language pathologist.
51 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
Episode 7: Mother of Two Starts Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice
A mother of 2 children under the age of 4 shares her journey of starting a Physical Therapy Practice. Emily Wilson provides candid advice and great insight into the challenges and rewards of “going out on her own.”
31 minutes | Oct 2, 2018
Episode 5: Thriving as a Rehab Manager
Want to know what it takes to thrive as a rehabilitation manager? In this episode my guest Matt Williams speaks to the vision, leadership and perseverance required for the position.
45 minutes | Aug 16, 2018
Episode 4: PT and Chronic Pain
Jennifer provides an honest behind the scenes story of what life is like with a chronic illness. She provides insightful suggestions for how to approach chronic illness for PT, OT and SLPs.
36 minutes | Jul 25, 2018
Episode 3: From OT to Rehab Manager
Devin's guest on this episode is Michelle Lenore, a former occupational therapist who has transitioned to a new position as a rehab manager. Michelle brings us an honest look at the transition from clinician to Rehabilitation Manager role. We discuss job duties, stress management and skill set required for the job.Its a highly recommended listen for anyone seeking tips or considering a role in management.
40 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
Episode 2: Pediatric Home Health Stressors
In this episode myPTsolution's co-owner Devin DeBoer sits down with therapist Emily Hooten. Emily discusses the unique stressors of pediatric home care and traditional home care. They also discuss strategies for handling home health stressors.
53 minutes | Jun 14, 2018
Episode 1: Home Health Stressors
myPTsolutions' co-owner Devin DeBoer sits down with Jim White, a home health Physical Therapist with 30+ years of experience. Through their candid conversation they identify home health stressors and provides suggestions on how to manage them.
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