Ep. 106 – #3 Episode of 2020: Summertime Management of Lymphedema with Josh Levin

It’s time to send this year off with a bang. So before we say hello to 2021, we’re recapping the top 3 episodes of 2020. We looked back at the stats, & your downloads picked these three as your favorites! Today’s episode is slightly ironic because here in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter –Continue reading “Ep. 106 – #3 Episode of 2020: Summertime Management of Lymphedema with Josh Levin”

Ep. 102 – Save your patients $$$ this Black Friday!

Thanksgiving is just one week away here in the States, which means that Black Friday sales are just around the corner. Now is a great time for patients to purchase needed garments & equipment, as well as stock up for the new year. I’ve included some of my favorite products that I recommend to patientsContinue reading “Ep. 102 – Save your patients $$$ this Black Friday!”

Ep. 101 – What Pediatrics Can Teach Us All About OncoPT – Lynn Tanner, PT

Ever wondered what the heck goes on in pediatric oncoPT? For me, I have exactly zero experience in this patient population, so I reached out to Lynn Tanner, PT, to give us the low-down on pediatric oncology physical therapy. What she shares is powerful not just for our pediatric colleagues, but for ALL of usContinue reading “Ep. 101 – What Pediatrics Can Teach Us All About OncoPT – Lynn Tanner, PT”

Ep. 98 – COVID & Cancer: What the pandemic has revealed about oncology PT

Like it or not, COVID has significantly impacted oncology PT. Our ability to reach patients & treat them in a timely manner has changed dramatically. These changes have been largely negative. So what exactly has COVID revealed about how cancer rehab works? As a profession, our methods of getting patients in the door (or gettingContinue reading “Ep. 98 – COVID & Cancer: What the pandemic has revealed about oncology PT”

Ep. 97 – Remembering our patients, honoring our grief

Our big hearts draw us to oncology patient care – this isn’t a field where you can be only half-passionate about your work. It’s because of that big heart that burnout is so very real. We don’t always get the opportunity to honor our patients’ memories the way we want, so we’re going to try something: