Continuing ed is great & all, but it's worthless unless you actually do something with what you know. The real value of learning is applying it & sharing it with your colleagues & patients. Amanda Curry, PT, DPT, Board Certified Oncologic Clinical Specialist, is taking what she learned over the last year of preparing for … Continue reading Ep. 140 – How sharing your knowledge actually helps you
A cancer diagnosis is bad enough, but experiencing cancer during a pandemic is on a different level. Dr. Bri DeWitt, PT, is a physical therapist from Hawaii who treats patients with orthopedic, pelvic floor, & oncologic impairments. She also is a survivor of triple negative breast cancer, diagnosed smack-dab in the middle of the pandemic. … Continue reading Ep. 139 – Cancer, COVID, & survivorship: what this PT wants you to know – Dr. Bri DeWitt, PT
Last week, we heard from Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT, Board Certified Oncologic Clinical Specialist about his experience completing an oncology residency. And it was awesome! In this week's episode, I interviewed Dr. Chris Wilson, PT, Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, who is the director of the Beaumont oncology residency program director. So we get the … Continue reading Ep. 138 – What to know about oncology residencies if you aren’t pursuing one – Dr. Chris Wilson, 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 … Continue reading Ep. 137 – How to thrive in an oncology PT residency – Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT
Burnout has been plaguing health care at increasingly alarming rates over the past few years. But is it inevitable? Today's podcast guest has a resounding answer you need to hear.