The Hand to Shoulder Podcast

The Hand to Shoulder Podcast

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 h2stherapist@newhands.net. Podcast is based out of Appleton, WI at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin

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June 15, 2021 73 min

Do you have patients you just cannot seem to get out of pain or explain the reasoning behind their pain? Dr. Chad Cook returns to take a deeper dive into the complex world of pain. In addition to his clinical research, advocating for the therapy profession, and treating patients, Dr. Cook holds a Certificate in Chronic Pain Management from McGill University. In this episode, we discuss pain types - guided by the Pain and Disability...

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The Extensor Tendons. Located on the back of the hand, sometimes referred to as the extensor hood, the extensor mechanism, etc. It can get complicated with the different structures. Listen as Josh MacDonald MS, OTR-L, CHT from Hand Therapy Partners guides you through all you need to know.

Josh is a certified hand therapist (CHT) with extensive experience working directly with hand surgeons to help rehabilitate hand trauma surgery p...

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Have you ever wondered where and when hand therapy was born? Well Terri Skirven, OTR/L, CHT walks us through the seeds of when, where and how hand therapy blossomed. She outlines the foundation of the ASHT Board and Conference, Philadelphia Hand Conference and how the iconic CHT (Certified Hand Therapy Exam) was instituted, as well as how to become a speaker for continuing education conferences. Terri is well known for her commitme...

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The flexor tendon system of the hand is what we use to interact with our environment. Dr. Rebecca Neiduski, PhD,OTR/L, CHT, from Elon University, dissects tendon zones, strand repairs and progression of therapy after a flexor tendon repair. Rebecca received a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Leisure Studies from Purdue University; a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, and a PhD in E...
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Have you ever considered economics, education, neighborhood, and lifestyle choices of each of your patient's when treating them and how this may impact their treatment? Today we are joined by Dr. Zachary D. Rethorn to educate us on this topic. Dr. Zachary D. Rethorn is a board-certified orthopedic physical therapist and certified health coach with clinical and research expertise in musculoskeletal pain conditions, physical acti...

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The Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) can be a complicated and intimidating structure. Theresa Parry OTR, CHT, COMT joins us to break it down with an insightful discussion of the structures, the role, rehabilitation, and orthotic selection when treating someone with TFCC involvement.  If you are interested in learning from Theresa she teaches continuing education courses for the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine a...

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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. 

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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...

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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. 

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