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Healthy Wealthy & Smart

The Healthy Wealthy & Smart podcast with Dr. Karen Litzy features top experts in health, wellness and business with a particular focus on physical therapy. We take evidence based medicine and break it down making it easier to understand and immediately apply to your life. At Healthy Wealthy & Smart our goal is simple: to provide you with the best information to live a healthy and pain free life!
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Oct 30, 2014
Dr. Tracy Kemble is a leading expert of domestic abuse and is backed by over 20 years of recovery programs. She has PHD in Psychology and is a Laws of Attraction specialist. She is the In this author of 4 books, a speaker, columnist and television and radio personality. In this episode Dr. Kemble discusses […]
Oct 27, 2014
Dr.Ting Ting Kuo is a physical therapist and the Outpatient Therapy Manager at the Sillerman Center for Rehabilitation at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In this interview we talk about the role the physical therapist plays in the care of patients diagnosed with breast cancer from the time the patient is diagnosed to post surgery […]
Oct 20, 2014
In this episode of Healthy Wealthy & Smart @cynicalPT and I discuss what employers may want to look for when interviewing potential candidates. We cover everything from education background, to personality, hobbies, empathy, and the ability to relate to your patients. We also talked about if as an employer should you be Googling potential new […]
Sep 1, 2014
Nancy Beckley is an expert on compliance. She consults around the country and regularly speaks at conference and webinar about compliance issues. In this episode we talk about the components of a compliance program, why every clinic should have a program (whether you take insurance or not), how to start a program, and if a […]
Aug 25, 2014
Over the next few months I will be interviewing some of the presenters for the upcoming San Diego Pain Summit (www.sandiegopainsummit.com) which takes place February 20-22, 2015. Barrett is one of the speakers and he will be talking about Simple Contact. In today’s podcast he gives us an overview of what he will be expanding […]
Aug 18, 2014
Chris is a physical therapist and endurance athlete living and working in Seattle, Washington. We talked about how he manages his competitive endurance athletes after injury or painful episodes. We also talked quite a bit about how he integrates his knowledge of pain science when treating his patient population. And finally he talks about one […]
Jul 14, 2014
Rick is a licensed physical therapist and owner of Gawenda Seminars and Consulting. He is an expert on Medicare billing, ICD9 and 10 coding, documentation compliance and practice management. He regularly speaks around the country on these topics and in this interview we focused on the medicare as it relates to physical therapy outpatient practice. […]
Jun 9, 2014
Dr. Fass and I discuss residency and fellowship as it relates to physical therapy. Find out what they are, the difference between them, and does it add value to the individual therapist and the profession as a whole.
Jun 2, 2014
Dr. Thomas Tavantzis has over 35 years of experience as one of the industry’s top leadership psychologists and career development experts. He is also the Acclaimed Author of “Hard-Wired: Taking the Road to Delphi and Uncovering Your Talents” In this interview we talk about the following points: *What are natural abilities and how are they […]
May 19, 2014
Paige and I discuss an exciting new method she developed to help those recovering from trauma and stress. Her work is called Energetic Body Dialogue Services. EBD works to align patients with their bodies through physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and energetic properties while restructuring negative thoughts and beliefs associate with trauma.
Apr 28, 2014
Dr. Leohne is a certified wound specialist and an active member of the APTA. In the interview we discuss how physical therapists can play a vital role in wound care. She talks about the types of wounds that can be treated, how to treat them and the role of the APTA in advocated for PTs […]
Apr 21, 2014
Dr. Lazar is an Associate Researcher in the Psychiatry Dept at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. The focus of her research is the beneficial effect of yoga and meditation. In the interview we discussed the effect of meditation on the brain and how meditation might be beneficial to […]
Apr 7, 2014
Dr. Sofer and I discuss the importance of being an advocate for physical therapy and the importance of the APTA. Why should you join the APTA? What does the association do for the average PT at the state and national level? You will find out what legislative issues the APTA and specifically the New York […]
Mar 31, 2014
Dr. Griffiths and I discuss the role of psychology in the treatment of patients with chronic pain. What is her approach to therapy with chronic pain patients? hoe does she reach those patients who might be resistant to talk therapy? What tools does she incorporate into her practice? What are signs and symptoms a physical […]
Feb 19, 2014
Dr. Ridgeway and I talk about all things acute care physical therapy. Some of the imortant points covered in the interview are: 1) What is acute care PT and what is the value? 2) Is acute care just “walking” with a patient? 3) How do you make a connection with an acute care patient in […]
Feb 3, 2014
Alex is a sensory integration occupational therapy assistant. We discussed what sensory processing disorder (SPD) is and how it differs from autism. Alex shared how he treats children with SPD using play as therapy. We discussed the importance of parent or guardian participation in patient care and how to set up a sensory gym in […]
Jan 27, 2014
Nathan and I talk about how to start good habits when you are in PT school that can carry over to when you are a working physical therapist. Nathan gives some great advice on how to find that ever important school/life balance. We also talk about when it might be right to start your own […]
Jan 20, 2014
TJ and I talk about how DPT students can become advocates for the physical therapy profession. We also discuss the importance of mentorship and how to go about finding a mentor. We discussed the Service learning Clinic at Rutgers University and how it is helping DPT students gain valuable clinical experience and provide a much […]
Jan 13, 2014
Elan and I talk about the program he helped to develop at H & D Physical Therapy called Retrain Pain. The program is a biopsychosocial based program that includes neuroscience pain education in a very practical way for chronic pain patients. We also discuss motivational interviewing and how that is important when dealing with a […]
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