Physical therapy residencies are becoming more popular, but what are they actually? Right before graduation, we were told that residencies were the future of PT, so we should hurry up & do one. But we only heard about neuro & ortho residencies...I didn't even know oncology had some until several years later! Andrew Chongaway is … Continue reading Ep. 137 – How to thrive in an oncology PT residency – Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT
View this post on Instagram What a BLAST! @shoshi14 & I had a fabulous time on this live episode of TheOncoPT Podcast to celebrate 100 episodes. You don’t want to miss this special interview, where Shai asks the questions this time! #cancerrehab #OncoPT # oncrehab A post shared by TheOncoPT (@theoncopt) on Nov 6, 2020 … Continue reading Ep. 100 – LIVE 100th Episode!
Pelvic floor dysfunction affects a significant number of cancer survivors. Many of these patients will not be referred to pelvic floor PT. Instead, they will end up in oncology PT for other reasons & will "happen" to also have pelvic floor issues. So can we actually help these patients as non-pelvic PTs? The answer & … Continue reading Ep. 99 – Can you treat pelvic floor as a non-pelvic PT?
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.Nelson Mandela As OncoPTs, we should constantly be learning, learning about cancers, new treatments, better ways to care for our patients, & how to continually advance our profession. For some, part of that journey is pursuing higher education, such as a PhD. … Continue reading Ep. 94 – Inside a PhD Program: from clinic to academia with Steve Wechsler, PT, DPT
The one thing I wish I had when I was job searching & starting to work in #OncoPT was a community I could rely on for help. Feeling supported & heard is so important when starting your career - good thing for us, The Academy of Oncology PT's Student & New Professional Subcommittee is taking … Continue reading Ep. 80 – The Secret to Launching Your OncoPT Career