Dr. Tami Struessel (Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado DPT Program) & Colleen Rapp (Journeyman and press operator at The Denver Post & Tami's former patient in PT) come onto HET Podcast to chat about Colleen's perspective on PT from the patient's perspective, details about the University of Colorado's DPT Program, and an upcoming fundraising opportunity for scholarship for University of Colorado DPT Students.
Colleen Rapp blazed a trail as a woman in the physically demanding job of press operator at the Denver Post. Living healthfully meant simply punching the clock and doing her job the best way she knew how. When chronic pain necessitated shoulder surgery, followed by physical therapy, it transformed her life.
LIVE from the Combined Sections Meeting in Washington DC, I welcome Dr. Mike Pascoe on the show to discuss the use of social media to disseminate physical therapy educational resources. Mike Pascoe, PhD, is a neurophysiologist and assistant professor in the physical therapy program at University of Colorado. His scholarly efforts center around the investigation of constructivist approaches in technology-enabled learning environments (e.g., wiki usage, interactive modules, cadaver skin examination, etc..) to improve learning outcomes and student satisfaction in anatomy courses.
Happy New Year! We hope you had a wonderful holiday season! Last year, we kicked off 2018 with Dr. Paul Mintken and we’re doing the same thing this year. Paul, Jeff, and John discuss predatory journals and how to spot and avoid them. They also discuss a presentation that Paul recently did on mindfulness and how important it is not only to us as clinicians, but to our patients. Paul shares how to apply mindfulness to ourselves and how to teach it to our patients.
Today, we are incredibly honored to have as out first ever guest Dr. Mike Pascoe. Dr. Pascoe has a PHD in neurophysiology in human movement and is the anatomy instructor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus.
With a master's degree in engineering, a doctorate of physical therapy and a love of skiing, hiking, climbing and mountaineering, Minda Morris likes to work hard and play hard, enjoying time outdoors and helping others.
Clinical instructor Dr. Dyanna Haley-Rezac, PT, DPT, OCS, NCS, FAAOMPT has been awarded the Signe Brunnstrom Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Registration is now open for the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program’s educational day, Pain & Healthcare in Society: Changing Attitudes, Behaviors and Health Systems to Address the Opioid Crisis.
Dr. Dawn Magnusson of the APHPT and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus comes on the show today to discuss her academic journey,Population Health Sciences, the layers of Wellness and Disease Prevention, wellness and prevention in regards to population health, and possible business models around prevention and wellness
This week, we welcome Dr. Paul Mintken to discuss, with us, the role of the physical therapist in solving the opioid epidemic. This viewpoint was recently published in the May edition of the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy by Dr. Mintken, Dr. Jeff Moore, and Dr. Tim Flynn.
20 years later, the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program is still actively participating with the Stout Street Clinic, embracing the value it offers the community and students, as well as looking into the future of the relationship.