This is the first podcast in a 3 part series focused on treating patients with chronic pain. In this first episode Jim Stark, PT identifies that listening and creating a trusting therapist- patient alliance is vital.
On a rainy cold day in November, Jason Boddu greeted me with a warm smile. Jason, a soft-spoken man with a warm smile, owns Health Source Rehabilitation in Portland, Michigan. His reserved demeanor hides his passion for manual physical therapy. Jason started his physical therapy journey in the same clinic that he now owns. After graduating from college and unsure of his next career move, Jason’s father suggested he help in the physical therapy clinic.
A mother of 2 children under the age of 4 shares her journey of starting a Physical Therapy Practice. Emily Wilson provides candid advice and great insight into the challenges and rewards of “going out on her own.”
Devin's guest on this episode is Michelle Lenore, a former occupational therapist who has transitioned to a new position as a rehab manager. Michelle brings us an honest look at the transition from clinician to Rehabilitation Manager role. We discuss job duties, stress management and skill set required for the job.Its a highly recommended listen for anyone seeking tips or considering a role in management.
In this episode myPTsolution's co-owner Devin DeBoer sits down with therapist Emily Hooten. Emily discusses the unique stressors of pediatric home care and traditional home care. They also discuss strategies for handling home health stressors.
myPTsolutions' co-owner Devin DeBoer sits down with Jim White, a home health Physical Therapist with 30+ years of experience. Through their candid conversation they identify home health stressors and provides suggestions on how to manage them.