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.
Back with a new episode, but I'm still fundraising for Camp Watchme: Even if you contribute $1, you are helping more children experience the life-changing empowerment of learning to manage their lymphedema & meet friends just like them. To donate, click here - thank you!!!!! In PT school, I remember practicing my history-taking skills for … Continue reading Ep. 135 – The 3 things you need for a complete oncology patient history
I'm back from Camp Watchme 2021! Y'all, it was amazing. Words can't describe this experience, but all I know is this: more kids need to attend next year...& the next, because every child with lymphedema needs this experience. For the next couple weeks, I'm fundraising for Brylan's Feat Foundation so that more campers can attend … Continue reading Ep. 134 – How to find resources for your next inservice
Did you know it's possible for a cash-based oncology private practice to survive a pandemic? Hopefully this isn't a surprise to you, but it's sure nice to know they're out there still! My guest today, Dr. Megan Bradley, PT, is breaking down the challenges & successes of owning a practice during 2020, plus the advice … Continue reading Ep. 133 – How this oncology clinic navigated a pandemic (& even expanded in the process!) – Dr. Megan Bradley, PT