The 4-part formula for star assessments works great - until you get a patient without any problems or impairments. So how the heck do you write a star assessment without a problem sentence??? I'm covering exactly this in today's episode (thanks to my listeners who messaged me with this exact question!). Missed the 4-part formula … Continue reading Ep. 123 – But what about prehab?
Oncology PT is rarely like outpatient orthopedic PT. Pts often aren’t seen for 2-3x/week for 6 weeks & discharged. Some are, but the vast majority don’t fit into this neat box. In fact, they may need months of skilled PT services & ongoing check-ups, depending on their functional mobility impairments. So how do we make … Continue reading Ep. 122 – Nail your OncoPT assessments every time
Picture of episode graphic, showing colorful construction hats. Episode title: Ep. 121 - How to be a safe OncoPT PT school teaches us a lot, but not really how to be safe when working with people after a cancer diagnosis. When our patients are a walking red flag, we need concrete info on how to … Continue reading Ep. 121 – How to be a safe OncoPT
Social media has emerged as a powerful tool over the past few decades. BUT - with so much going virtual over the past few years, more & more people are consuming social media on a daily basis. This includes patients. Your patients are most likely on social media. But is your practice? Kelly Reed, PT, … Continue reading Ep. 120 – Is social media actually worth your time? – Kelly Reed, PT, DPT
Imagine how great it would feel to treat patients after a cancer diagnosis, confidently & competently. Okay, stop dreaming, because it's here. I've teamed up with PT Pintcast & the brightest minds in oncology physical therapy to bring you the first EVER Virtual Oncology Physical Therapy Summit, happening on April 17, 2021! Jimmy & Juliette … Continue reading Be Confident, Be Competent in 2021 – Juliette Dassinger & Jimmy McKay