4D: Deep Dive Into Degenerative Diseases

4D: Deep Dive Into Degenerative Diseases

Brought to you by the Degenerative Diseases SIG of the ANPT, our goal is to bring you insights into current research and best practices important to your patients living with degenerative diseases.... Show More

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In this episode, we interview Judy Deutsch about her research using virtual reality in PT, as well as practical considerations and applications for clinicians with access to all levels of technology. We also talk to Judy about her role as the president of the evolving International Neurological Physical Therapy Association and how physical therapists can collaborate internationally to share resources on common areas of interest.... Read more

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In our fifth episode, we talk to Dr. Julie Hershberg, who with her company Re+active PT, started the first ever PT Movement Disorders Fellowship. Julie also tells us about her journey opening her private neurological PT practice in the Los Angeles area, and talks about using social media and online education to enhance collaboration between neurologic physical therapists. 



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Check out a quick snip-it from our conversation with Evan Cohen that didn't make it into Podcast #4!
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In our fourth episode, we talk to Dr. Evan Cohen about his work in people with multiple sclerosis and its application to other degenerative diseases regarding assessment and treatment of fatigability.




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In this episode, our host Parm Padgett talks to Dr. Lee Dibble from the University of Utah about motor learning in people with Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. Our discussion centers around how motor learning applies to balance tasks, including reactive balance. We also review the research about the impact of medication on motor learning. 




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In this episode, we talk to Dr. Nora Fritz about the assessment of dual task ability and treatment strategies for dual task conditions in people with neurodegenerative diseases. Nora also explains some of her up and coming neuroimaging studies in people with MS and telerehab for people with MS. 



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June 4, 2019 6 min



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In our first episode, we talk to Dr. Terry Ellis about alternate models for delivery of care in PT for people with degenerative diseases.



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