Welcome to Physio+10, the bi-monthly show that puts you in contact with clinicians, researchers and entrepreneurs with 10+ years of Physiotherapy experience under their belts. *** I am your host Dr Doug Cary Clinical Director of AAP Education, the company that provides F2F continuing education to aspiring health professionals and online courses like Strive & Thrive in Private Practice and Sleep Mastery. *** We all start new projects with zest, but what motivates some to grow in tough times, create new norms or imagine alternative possibilities? Physio+10 puts you in contact with just such people and their stories. *** Absorb their experiences, knowledge and insights. You can look into your future, by understanding their past!
Verona Chadwick: Physio, Acupuncturist & Nutritionist | Research Bullet: Sleep Posture & Spinal Pain
Today's interview is with physiotherapist Verona Chadwick (Platypus Award) who has qualifications in Physiotherapy, Acupuncture and Nutrition. We discuss with Verona how her career developed, why she became interested in nutrition, functional medicine and genetics and how they benefit the practice of Physiotherapy.
For more than three decades Verona Chadwick has charted a course to a new frontier of healing. Accomplishe...
Today's interview is with physiotherapist Dr Leanda McKenna (Koala Award) who has extensive experience as a clinician and also a researcher. We discuss with Leanda her career journey and along the way Leanda shares clinical gems like her tips for time management and how to prioritise clinical time with patients.
After graduating from Curtin University in 1990, Leanda McKenna commenced clinical practice as a physiotherap...
With over 30 years (Koala Award) of professional experience, today's guest has worked within all related physiotherapy business environments as a;
During todays interview, we learn what are the most important elements of managing a professional services business like Physiotherapy.
Today's interview is with physiotherapist Dr Julia Treleaven (Koala Award) who has extensive experience as a researcher and clinician in the field of concussion, WAD and dizziness. Julia talks about the flexibility of work, the skills that experienced clinicians bring to the clinical table and what she considers the most important piece of advice for new graduates.
Julia is a Lecturer and Researcher at the University of...
Today's interview is with Julie Ann Day (Platypus Award) who has walked the professional 'road less travelled';
Julie is originally from Adelaide, where she tr...
Today's interview is with Physiotherapist Dr Peter Selvaratram (Platypus Award). In addition to telling us about his distinguished journey as a researcher, author, clinician and educator, Peter provides his personal insights into;
Today's interview is with Physiotherapist Liz Santos (Kangaroo Award). Liz is an early career Physiotherapist who has already;
In this episode you will learn how to recognise the 3 key features of burnout and what you can do to avoid this professionally and personally limiting condition.
Elizabeth Santos ...
Today's Physio+10 interview is with Mr Paul Tucker (Koala Award). Paul has dedicated the past 20 years of his professional life to the prevention and management of injuries at the West Coast Eagles. Being one of the first 'employed' Physiotherapists in the AFL, In this podcast Paul outlines the role of a Physiotherapist in an elite organisation and how it has changed over the past 2 decades, plus the three most impo...
Today's guest on Physio+10 is Dr Toby Hall. Toby details his journey as a Physiotherapist from the UK to Australia and subsequent teaching around the world. Toby explains the challenges and benefits of undertaking clinical specialisation. He also explains how his PhD research influences clinicians' ability to different between headache of a cervicogenic and non-cervicogenic origin. Listen for Toby's unique spinning ...
Today's Physio+10 interview is with Dr Jeremy Lewis (Koala Award). An internationally acclaimed vanguard shoulder researcher, clinician and educator, we learn from Jeremy how a wax bath influenced his choice to become a Physiotherapist and his secrets to building client rapport during the first consultation.
Jeremy Lewis is a Consultant Physiotherapist and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research (University of Hertf...
Today's guest on Physio+10 is Sarah Key, Physiotherapist to the British Royal family, author of several self help spinal books and creator of the Sarah Key Masterclass spinal courses that are taught in Australia and UK.
On today's podcast Sarah talks about ;
Today's guest on Physio+10 is Trish Wisbey-Roth. Being one of 10, there was no silver spoon for Trish when it came to her education or becoming a physiotherapist, and early undergraduate and post graduate career experiences saw her almost give up Physiotherapy. However, determination and a goal to help people saw these obstacles pass into the rearview mirror as Trish moved forward in her career.
On today's podcast Trish ...
Physio+10 focuses on trailblazing Physiotherapists and this conversation with Dr Jo Milios is an absolute corker. Jo’s career started in the dance and yoga spheres but a spinal condition closed this door. As so often happens it also opened another door of opportunity. Lead by curiosity and by funnelling her creativity, Jo moved into and it could be said, created a completely new realm of Physiotherapy services - that being Men...
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and todays conversation is with Dr Michele Sterling, who as a clinician come researcher, has carved out an important niche in the musculoskeletal world of whiplash associated disorders (WAD).
In this conversation with Michele we;
* Learn about prognostic factors to consider for patients with WAD
* See how the management of WAD has become more sophisticated over the...
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Emeritus Professor Lance Twomey, who is arguably the most influential person in regards to shaping physiotherapy education in Western Australia. As an early graduate of the state government diploma program established to train physiotherapists in response to the polio epidemic, Lance returned as an academic and later became t...
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Emeritus Professor Lance Twomey, who is arguably the most influential person in regards to shaping physiotherapy education in Western Australia.
In Part 2 of our conversation with Lance we;
* Learn about the science of spinal trabeculae loss and the relationship with gravity and exercise
* Get to hear what might have happened i...
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Dr Ebonie Rio. Ebonie started her journey after completing an undergraduate degree in human movements, before starting her Physiotherapy degree. Breaking her wrist 4 times gave her an insider understanding of what Physiotherapy involved.
In my conversation with Ebonie I learned;
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Ian Cooper. Ian's undergraduate training occurred in Scotland and he provides interesting perspectives this gave him about Physiotherapy in Australia. When at the pub, most of us sit in front of a stage, but Ian preferred being on stage playing punk rock and nearly made the big time.
Ian also shares his insights into;
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Gwen Jull. Gwen's involvement in Physiotherapy is vas,; undergraduate, Masters, PhD., and Specialisation. Then after completing each, Gwen has pivotal roles in developing and expanding each both at UQ, College of Physiotherapist and internationally with IFOMPT.
Gwen shares her insights and memories into;
Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Jenny McConnell. Along with other famous 'M's in the MSK field (i.e., Maitland, Mulligan and McKenzie), Jenny followed a clinical passion that has helped us to better help our clients today.
In this conversation, Jenny
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