137: How To Monitor HR In Outpatient And Community Settings To Improve Care Nov 28, 2022

We know intense exercise is important, but how do you know if you’re actually providing it unless you’re monitoring heart rates?? In this episode we share why you should monitor your clients’ heart rate during exercise, what the research says, and how to do it in a practical...

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136: Orthostatic Hypotension Assessment and Treatment From Acute Care to Community Classes with Allan Buccola, PT, DPT Nov 21, 2022

Allan Buccola, a PT in Burlington, North Carolina, reached out to us after the podcast aired on orthostatic hypotension (episode 123) to let us know he’s gone deep down the rabbit hole of orthostatic hypotension assessment and management. He’s scoured the research and helped teach...

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135: Addressing And Managing Burnout in Neuro With Cheryl Pierson and Arlene McCarthy Nov 14, 2022

Cheryl D. Pierson and Arlene McCarthy are both neuro physical therapists who’ve decided to dedicate themselves to helping healthcare professionals and caregivers of all types to learn more about self compassion and mindfulness. They’ve both completed the Center for Compassion,...

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134: PWR! And The Building Blocks To Create Lasting Change For People With Parkinson’s With Dr. Becky Farley Nov 07, 2022

Dr. Becky Farley co-created the LSVT® BIG therapy program in the early 2000’s, then went on to establish PWR! A non-profit that started with the PWR!Gym in Tucson, AZ in 2010. The PWR!Gym is a model community facility for implementing cutting-edge rehabilitation, group exercise and...

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133: What To Do When People Tell You: “You Know What You Should Do” with Emily Duval Ledger Oct 31, 2022

On today’s show we discuss the complicated and sometimes frustrating act of managing auto-advice giving that happens when you own a business. Well meaning people will tell you what they think you should do, and while at times what they have to share is helpful, other times it is not. So...

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132: Tips For Treating Foot Drop Oct 24, 2022

Foot drop can be a challenging impairment for our patients and clients making them at risk for falls and injury. It may feel like a tough thing for you as a clinician to treat as well! In today’s show Erin reviews the top research-based recommendations shared in our recent NeuroSpark...

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131: Square-Stepping Exercise: What Is It And Why You Should Be Doing It Oct 17, 2022

Claire loves research as you may know. She recently learned about a technique that was new to her but has a lot of research about it, and that is the Square-Stepping Exercise. It’s not the same as the Four Square Step Test as she originally thought. In researching what it is and how it...

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130: Learn To Use Timing Apps In Every Setting To Increase Intensity Oct 10, 2022

Are you using timing apps to do circuits and workouts with your clients and patients? You can use these timing apps in any setting and with all kinds of creative ideas! Some of the apps people in our neuro community have shared are smartwod and interval timer. These are not just for...

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129: What Matters Most When Working With Clients With MS That You May Not Be Doing Oct 03, 2022

On today’s show we interview Dr. Stephen Kanter, PT, DPT, ATC, the Director of Rehabilitation Services, International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice in New York City. Dr. Kanter shares the top aspects of working with people with MS that clinicians get wrong and what they should...

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128: Vulnerable Share: What It Costs To Run Rogue Sep 26, 2022

Today’s show is a part 2 continuation from last week’s. Please listen to episode 127 for context before diving into this one. On today’s show Claire shares the details of her recent number crunching session that gave her the insights of what it costs to keep Rogue running and...

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127: How To Be Transparent With Your Team Without Scaring them Sep 19, 2022

On today’s show we’re going to talk about the importance of transparency with your team and why it matters. Have you ever worked somewhere and felt like a cog in a wheel where you didn’t fully understand how everything added up? Where you heard things like “therapy...

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126: Our Tips For Giving Community Presentations That Actually Motivate Your Audience Sep 12, 2022

Community presentations are a great opportunity to showcase what you know and what your expertise can do for people, but do you feel like no one is really engaged? Are folks attending and taking in the information but not actually making the changes you suggested in their lives? Do you feel like...

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