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Podcasts for OT’s, PT’s specializing in upper extremity care. The goal is to cover topics that lead to discussion that will elevate the profession. This is for all treating therapists who want to enhance their clinical and professional development. Contact us at [email protected] Podcast is based out of Appleton, WI at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin.
Podcasts for OT’s, PT’s specializing in upper extremity care. The goal is to cover topics that lead to discussion that will elevate the profession. This is for all treating therapists who want to enhance their clinical and professional development. Contact us at [email protected] Podcast is based out of Appleton, WI at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin.

Check Out Our Episodes

 

003: Navigating Rotator Cuff Repairs with Paul Gagliano, PT, DPT and Daniel Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC, FGC

 

In this episode we are joined By Dan Miriovsky, PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS, ATC, FGC and Paul Gagliano, PT, DPT for a discussion about rotator cuff protocols. They add deep educational insights about how to manage patients with very different protocols, early ROM vs immobilization, and how to look beyond the glenohumeral joint in all phases of recovery. 


002: Manual Therapy, Pain, and Research with Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD, MBA, FAPTA

 

Dr. Chad Cook is a clinical researcher out of Duke University, a physical therapist, and a profession advocate with a history of clinical care excellence and service. His passions include refining and improving the patient examination process and validating tools used in day-to-day physical therapist practice. As you will hear, he has over 300 publications and is a wealth of knowledge in the areas of manual therapy, pain modulation, and clinical research. In this episode, we talk about the role of both the clinician and patient in manual therapy services, pain management in relation to therapy outcomes, intervention selection, and patient buy-in, use of modalities for pain management, the current landscape of the student experience in a COVID-19 world, and some insight to his current studies, which we find fascinating and can’t wait to get our hands on when the results are published.


001: Why Treating Functionally is Handy – with Andrew Walquist PT, DPT, OCS, FAFS

 

Welcome to the first ever episode of the Hand to Shoulder Podcast! We are excited to kick things off with an interview that will leave you motivated to change your clinical approach with your very next patient and likely even try new things with patients who come to mind as you listen. Our guest, Andrew Walquist, is a PT with an impressive resume and a perspective on rehab that is fresh and effective.