Multiple Myeloma Treatment: Why It’s So Diverse

Introduction: While multiple myeloma only makes up about 1% of all cancer diagnoses, its wide-reaching & vast impact on our patients' lives is significant. Many of these patients will be on & off cancer treatments over a long period, causing many side effects. Many PTs are unsure of treating these patients, so we're diving headfirst … Continue reading Multiple Myeloma Treatment: Why It’s So Diverse

5 Things to Know About Multiple Myeloma

Introduction: When I started my first job as an OncoPT, I felt immensely prepared to treat all cancer diagnoses. Just kidding. I felt very confident treating patients with breast cancer, prostate cancer, & even colorectal cancer, but the diagnoses I was most unprepared for were hematological malignancies. My new location had a tremendous team of … Continue reading 5 Things to Know About Multiple Myeloma

200 Episodes Later: Lessons From the best OncoPTs

It's our 200th episode! To celebrate this monumental occasion, we are recapping some of our most popular episodes. Our guests have dropped some major knowledge over the past 199 episodes, so this was a very challenging episode to edit. In today's episode, we're pulling episodes out of the vault to revisit the best pieces of … Continue reading 200 Episodes Later: Lessons From the best OncoPTs

It’s possible to be a confident, competent OncoPT: here’s how

Introduction: As we announced last week, we launched our brand new Cancer Basics 2-Day Intensive Course!   Because we can’t contain our excitement, I invited Dr. Kelly Sturm back on the podcast to talk about some of our favorite parts of this course & why we know you’ll looooooove it too! What makes this course different … Continue reading It’s possible to be a confident, competent OncoPT: here’s how

It’s Okay to Be New: Why You Shouldn’t Be the Expert Right Away

Why It's Okay to Be New Physical therapists have a natural tendency to strive for excellence in all that we do. I firmly believe that if we weren't dedicated to making the world a better place for a patient, we'd probably be in a different profession. So it's natural that when we first get started … Continue reading It’s Okay to Be New: Why You Shouldn’t Be the Expert Right Away