Ep. 137 – How to thrive in an oncology PT residency – Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT

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 a board certified oncologic clinical specialist (congrats!) & is sharing his experience going through the Beaumont oncology residency program. In our interview, we discuss the application process, how his residency affected his clinical practice, & much more.

Tune in now!

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Andrew’s Bio

Andrew Chongaway is a Physical Therapist at Beaumont Health Royal Oak Hospital where he practices in the outpatient and acute care settings and a recent graduate of the Beaumont Health Oncology Rehabilitation Residency in Michigan. He is a Board-Certified Oncology Clinical Specialist, Certified Exercise Physiologist, and Certified Cancer Exercise Trainer. With his knowledge background in exercise testing and prescription and oncology rehabilitation he was selected to author the Exercise Testing and Prescription chapter in Oncology Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Guidebook for Clinicians, 1st edition that will be published in 2022.

Find Andrew on Twitter & Instagram.

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