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Conversations between Kim Sheader (Chartered Physiotherapist specialising in Veterinary Physiotherapy) and Shailen Jasani (Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Specialist). VetPhysioLife charts Kim's daily activities. We find out about the cases she sees and the treatments she provides. Includes a lot of useful information and tips for both pet (dog, cat) carers and veterinary colleagues. Brought to you by The Ralph Mobile Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Service. Please get in touch: emai ...
 
Morley Physiotherapy Centre has been successfully treating patients for the past 38 years. Our passion is seeing our clients overcome the limitations of pain and injury, and seeing them move well and live well again. In the Morley Physiotherapy Centre Podcast, we share our passion and wisdom with you straight from the source: Principal physiotherapists Tony and Ana Pullella. Join us as we explore what’s causing pain or injury in people’s lives, and share how to recover or avoid it so that yo ...
 
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Title: Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.On this episode, Dr. Jamie Blau was interviewed. She is a board certified Chiropractor serving the New York community. Dr. Blau evaluates each person's whole body when taking care of her patients. She prides herself on being a good listener and examiner, assisting a person's body in functioning at its highest pot…
 
Title: Hip Labral Tears.On this episode, Danelle Dickson was interviewed. She is a graduate of University of Delaware, has over 11 years of clinical, research, and administrative experience in physical therapy sports and orthopedic fields. She founded Performance Plus Physical Therapy with the goal of providing a different rehabilitation experience…
 
Title: Healthy Twerking.On this episode, Sherrill Williams was interviewed. She is a physical therapy student at NYU and plans to specialize in working with performing artists. .Where to listen to podcast:1. Spotify2. iTunes3. Soundcloud.Show Information:.Mission: On Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives (PPP), Dr. Jenna Kantor, performer and phys…
 
Title: Handling Finances in the Performing Arts.On this episode, Will Butler was interviewed. He is a physio-turned-financial advisor. As an irreverent magnifier, his mission is to change healthcare by improving the lives of clinicians, through financial education and planning. He enjoys few things more than Ben & Jerry’s ice cream; helping clinici…
 
Title: Physical Health in West Coast Swing.On this episode, Alyssa Arms, PT, DPT, was interviewed. As a young dancer who was forced to quit dance for several months while recovering from a major injury with improper medical advice, Dr. Alyssa learned how important it is that dancers are treated by someone who truly understands how to work with danc…
 
Title: What does an occupational therapist do?.On this episode, Heather Wilkens Mogielnicki, Occupational Therapist, was interviewed. From the age of 10 Heather only wanted to be a professional flutist. Her focus and dedication to her instrument led her to receive her BFA in flute performance from SUNY Purchase in 1991. She went on to freelance wor…
 
Title: Lyme Disease and Empathy in Theatre.On this episode, Meghan Ross was interviewed. Meghan started performing at the very young age of 2 and a half! She danced competitively and also trained with a mentor from The Joffrey Ballet School. Her passion grew with her as she studied theatre at The Gateway Playhouse. She then went on to study Musical…
 
Title: Taping for Performing Artists.On this episode, Dr. Angelica Napolitano was interviewed on taping for performing artists. Angelica is a TPI Certified Doctor of Physical Therapy, and the proud owner of Optimal Physical Therapy and Wellness in Jupiter, Florida. Dr. Napolitano is committed to working with individuals through the creation of powe…
 
Title: From Dancer to Singer.On this episode, Kevin Raponey was interviewed. Kevin is originally from Bristol, CT now residing is New York City! He studied dance for 10 years before attending the dance program at University of the Arts where he received his Certification in Dance Education. Since then, Kevin has performed at Theme Parks, on Cruise …
 
Title: Nutrition for Performers.On this episode, Dr. Brianne Showman was interviewed. Dr. Showman has been a licensed physical therapist since 2006. Since that time, she has been helping active adults and athletes get back to peak performance and health.As ideas and theories in rehabilitation and functional movement are constantly changing, she is …
 
Title: Life as a Dancer with Peridance.On this episode, Alexandre Barranco was interviewed. Alexandre Barranco was born in Brazil. In 2001, at the age of 11, he began his dance studies at ABAMBA (Benefactors and Friends of Dancers and Actors Boys Association). In 2008, he had his first professional experience in the "Ballet of the City of Taubate,"…
 
Andreas Heck und Kai Sigel die Inhaber von Physiotutors haben mir die Ehre erwiesen sich meinen Fragen zu stellen. Beide habe Ihren Bachelor an der ESP in Amsterdam erfolgreich abgeschlossen und sind gerade an ihrem Master dran. Während ihres Studium hatten sie eine starke Idee. Assessments zu Kategorisieren, Standardisieren und auf Video aufzunehm…
 
Hallo Community!Wie bereits angekündigt; Oldy but goody! Ein Therapeut mit viel Erfahrung und der das Business schon lange kennt. In diesem Gespräch geht es um die Physiotherapie in Deutschland und deren Akteure. EIn Mann aus der Mitte erzählt seine Geschichte. Momentan gibt es eine große Diskussion über die ungenügenden Verhältnisse der Physiother…
 
Jung, eloquent und wortgewandt. So präsentiert sich Natalie Grams in dem Interview mit Anton Schwibbe. #PhysioChange #ThinkTherapyAuch auf YouTube:https://youtu.be/urxBFWgsxuIDie beiden Gesprächspartner unterhalten sich über die verschiedenen Rollen im Gesundheitswesen. Vor allem sind die folgenden Themen ein zentraler Teil des Gesprächs:- Homöopat…
 
Er ist ein Therapeut, der neuen Generation aus dem wunderschönen Wuppertal. Jemand, dessen Aussagen einen wichtigen Teil in der Physiotherapie darstellen. Dieser Podcast beinhaltet das Gespräch mit Jan Kirstein ein Physiotherapeut der aus der klassischen Ausbildung kommt und sich damit nicht abfindet. Heute ist ein Masterdabsolvent , ein Teil der S…
 
Der First German Physiotherapy Podcast präsentiert Tobias Wörner. Er hat seinen Bachelor in Amesterdam an der European School of Physiohterapy gemacht. Unaufhaltsam ging er weiter nach Schweden um seinen Master an der Lund University erfolgreich zu absolvieren. Mittlerweile ist er in einem PhD Programm. Seine Berufsspezifikation gilt der Sportphysi…
 
Alfred Rucker, angehender Doktor in der Physiotherapie. Seine akademische Laufbahn begann bei Thim van der Laan/ NL, dann ging es weiter nach good old Germany wo er weiterhin die Fahne hochhält. Er arbeitet in einer Praxis als Physio-HP und betreut die deutsche Rugbynationalmannschaft. In seinem Tätigkeitsfeld hat er schon an einer Schule gearbeite…
 
Kim is Chair of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). They recently had their annual conference and general meeting. In this episode, we start by discussing what was covered. This leads Kim on to telling us about kinematics, kinetics and force plate analysis. We then discuss a couple of Kim's patients. The Golden …
 
In this episode, we catch up on some of Kim's regular patients including the Coton de Tulear who needs bribing to go down the stairs, the Pug who is a bit wobblier than usual, and the Tibetan Spaniel who needs to spend time on a wobble cushion. We also talk about how good most pet carers are at getting stuck in with their pet's physiotherapy treatm…
 
Hannu Luomajoki hat sich den Fragen des First German Physiotherapy Podcast gestellt. Dr. Hannu Luomajoki ist Professor für Physiotherapie und hat momentan seinen Lehrstuhl an der Züricher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften. Seien Spezialisierung liegt in der muskoloskeletalen Physiotherapie. Nehmt euren Rucksack ab und lasst euch inspirieren.…
 
Dieser Podcast befasst sich mit dem Auswandere Markus Ernst und seinem Weiterkommen in den USA. Wir erfahren viel über sein Leben in den USA. Die Physiotherapie hat in Amerika einen anderen Stellenwert als in Deutschland. Was kann sich hier die deutsche Physiotherapie wünschen?Quellen: https://www.facebook.com/FGPTP/http://www.apta.orghttp://www.ap…
 
Marcel Kluge und Daniel Riese sind zwei Innovative Physiotherapeuten, die sich versuchen mit neuen Möglichkeiten Gehör bei den Physiotherapeuten zu bekommen. Im Gespräch mit diesen beiden Cracks fällt auf, sie sind heiß darauf etwas zu verändern. Mit Enthusiasmus passen sie in das Format des FGPTP Podcasts herein. Lasst euch über die Inhalte mit di…
 
Inhalt:• Sportwissenschafto Hintergrundo Nutzeno Entwicklung• Präventiono Sinno Volkswirtschaftliche Chance und Risiken • Sprachrohr für die Sportwissenschafto Deutschlandweite Organisierung• Gesundheito Ernährung o Bewegung o Sport• Digitalisierung des Berufes o Social Media o Fitnessprofessor• Fitnessbranche o Finanzieller Aufwando Chancen und Ri…
 
In this episode, we talk about Elbow Dysplasia including: What is it? Which dogs and cats does it tend to affect? What are the consequences and what signs might they show? How is it diagnosed? How is it managed? Click here to read the accompanying blog post. To get in touch with us: please email vetphysiolife@theralph.vet, or use the contact form o…
 
"I've had a good..busy week"! Kim updates us on the progress of her Weimaraner patient with lymphoedema from Episode 31. This week she also revisited a Springer Spaniel with hock osteoarthritis that she had last seen a couple of years ago. And we also hear about a black Labrador who has forelimb lameness. One of the things we touch on is how the be…
 
This week was a busy week for Kim. In this episode, we catch up on some of her regular patients that she visited for the first time in the New Year. They include the Coton de Tulear who is back to full health now after the pancreatitis scare late last year; the ex-racing Greyhound who had neospora; and, the Whippet who had a fibrocartilaginous embo…
 
Happy New Year! This is our first episode back after the break and we start by discussing what Kim has found as she revisits some of her regular patients. There will be many more updates next week which is going to be a hectic one for Kim! Kim also tells us about a new patient. A 12-year-old Weimaraner who has a very slow-growing mass behind one of…
 
Inhalt:- Studium - EBM- Implementierung in die Praxis- Guidelines- Patienteninteresse und Management- Digitalisierung des BerufesQuellenhttps://www.amazon.com/Physiotherapie...http://physiomeetsscience.comhttp://www.ebm-netzwerk.de/was-ist-eb...https://news.microsoft.com/stories/co...https://pharmaphorum.com/…/digital-he...http://hanover.azurewebsi…
 
This episode is dedicated to Lumbosacral Disease. We discuss: What it is; Which animals are most affected; What the consequences are and what signs a dog or cat may show; How it is diagnosed; How it is managed; And, what it means for your pet's lifespan; There is an accompanying blog post here. Please get in touch. Email vetphysiolife@theralph.vet …
 
Inhalt:- Evidence based Practice- Öknomische Prinzipien- Networking- Holland in der Entwicklung- Erweiterungen von Kompetenzen- Festlegung von KompetenzenQuellen:https://www.kngf.nl/KNGF (seite per Google übersetzen lassenhttps://medicalforum.ch/de/resource/j...https://www.swiss-insurance-medicine....http://www.bmj.com/content/350/bmj.h444http://ww…
 
Danke für alle interessierten Zuhörer. Der Start dieses Podcasts war ein voller Erfolg. Ziel dieses Podcasts ist es, die Hörer aus dem medizinischen Bereich zu informieren und ein Sprachrohr für die Physiotherapie zu werden. Social Media hat die Eigenschaft Gedanken und Ideen zu ertrinken, dass soll sich mit diesem Podcast ändern.…
 
In this episode, we get an update on one of Kim's patients who we discussed in the last episode. He was unwell and had been admitted for treatment at his practice. He ended up being referred to a specialist centre but thankfully is on the mend and back home now. Kim tells about a new patient, an older Yorkshire Terrier. He has had 'slipped' kneecap…
 
In this episode, we start off talking about Kim's regular patients. Firstly about how their care plan may change in colder weather. And then about the bond that Kim forms with her patients and the worry when they are not well. We then go on to talk about a couple of the new patients Kim has seen recently. An older chocolate Labrador with arthritis …
 
In this episode, we catch up on some of Kim's regular patients. They all seem to be doing well at the moment. Not least the Labradoodle who was run over by a car that we discussed in earlier episodes. He is doing so well now that Kim has discharged him from her care for the time being. We also ponder why quite a few of Kim's patients seem to fall a…
 
In this episode we discuss CANINE HIP DYSPLASIA: What it is Why it develops Which dogs are more likely to get it What the potential consequences are What signs an affected dog may show How it is diagnosed How it is managed There is an accompanying blog post here. Please do get in touch. Email vetphysiolife@theralph.vet or use the contact form on th…
 
This episode starts with an update on the Weimaraner we have discussed in the most recent episodes. Unfortunately, he was euthanised this week due to suspected cancer. We go on to discuss considerations around making the difficult decision to euthanise a pet. And how much is it appropriate to put them through. Kim also fills us in on a 9-10-year-ol…
 
We start by catching up on the elderly Weimaraner we discussed in Episode 23. He is making progress but not without some ups and downs. These relate to his age, other mobility issues and discomfort. Kim will be seeing him again on Monday and we will keep you updated on his progress. During the discussion, Kim mentions the LASER treatment she has be…
 
We spend most of this episode talking about an elderly Weimaraner. Kim has been treating him for some time for problems with his back legs. Over the weekend his mobility acutely worsened and he seemed more painful. There was concern that this might be due to a deterioration in his long-term back leg problems. Euthanasia was being considered if his …
 
In this episode, Kim tells us about a new patient she saw this week. A young Labrador with a history of elbow dysplasia and a current shoulder problem. This leads us on to talking about the use of language in explaining medical conditions. It is actually more informative to keep things simple and use words people will immediately understand. For ex…
 
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