If exercise is medicine, why don't we actually dose like it? We continue our conversation on how to dose exercise intentionally for our patients with cancer.
Do you ever struggle with dosing exercise for your oncology patients? I sure do. I spoke with Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT and Dr. Shai Sewell, PT about using exercise for your patients in their cancer journey and the importance of understanding how to dose exercise. If exercise is medicine, then we must be dosing it … Continue reading Ep. 156 – Dosing exercise for your oncology patients
Black Friday is a great time to grab deals for you, your practice, and your patients. It might be worth checking out many tools to help you improve your practice and assist your clients. Since many companies are offering specials during this time of year, it is a great time to sign up for CEUs … Continue reading Black Friday deals for your Practice & Patients
Please note: this post contains affiliate links. We are proud affiliates for these resources, meaning that we may earn a commission if you click the link & subsequently make a purchase. All of these recommendations are based on our clinical experience & what we use in our practice – because we believe that they are … Continue reading Ep. 155 – Exercise Oncology & Moving Through Cancer
I spoke with Dr. Abby Hegerfeld, PT, DPT about her journey from cancer survivor to oncology physical therapy. During her battle with cancer, she describes some of the effects of the treatment and what she learned. Following her treatment, she decided to sit for the Oncology Specialist Certification Exam. Her experience as a patient helped … Continue reading Ep. 154 – From survivor to specialist: one PT’s journey