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Dec 31, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Andrew Vigotsky and Dr. Nick Rolnick back on to the show to discuss Andrew’s paper, Interpreting single amplitude in sports and rehab sciences

In this episode, we discuss:

-What information can you conclude from a surface EMG study

-The limitations of surface EMG research

-What to look for in a surface EMG methods section

-And so much more!

 

“I would urge practitioners not to make clinical decisions primarily based off of surface EMG or any acute type of measure especially when they want a longitudinal outcome for a given patient.”

 

“There are no studies that validate surface EMG as a predictive outcome for strength or hypertrophy.”

 

“Look for studies that are relevant to your patient population and your outcomes.”

 

“I would look at all surface EMG studies with a critical eye especially as they pertain to your patient population and desired patient outcomes.”

 

“Don’t apply measures that aren’t validated to the outcomes you want.”

 

For more information on Andrew:

Andrew is currently a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University, where he studies neuromuscular biomechanics. He has published papers in areas ranging from rehabilitation to surface electromyography methodology and biomechanical modeling. His dissertation works aims to understand the neuromechanical implications of muscular heterogeneities.

 

For more information on Nick:

 Dr. Nicholas Rolnick, DPT is a licensed physical therapist, the founder of the Human Performance Mechanic and the co-founder of Blood Flow Restriction Pros. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree with academic honors from Columbia University in New York City.

Through his work as a physical therapist his goal is to keep his patients in perfect balance, have the skills to recognize asymmetries and help patients enjoy the benefits of pain-free movement.

He teaches across the United States as a clinical instructor for SmartTools Plus and is an adjunct faculty member at Concordia University – Chicago where he teaches Kinesiology I and II in their MS Applied Exercise Science Program. He also speaks nationally and internationally on the use of blood flow restriction therapy for various diagnoses and populations.

He has been featured on The Mind Muscle Project Podcast, Highly Functional Podcast, The Muscle Medicine Podcast, The Missing Variable Podcast, the PTA Tapes Podcast and the Alinea Podcast. He currently lives and works in New York City.  

Resources discussed on this show:

Vigotsky, Andrew & Halperin, Israel & Lehman, Gregory & Trajano, Gabriel & Vieira, Taian. (2018). Interpreting Signal Amplitudes in Surface Electromyography Studies in Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences. Frontiers in Physiology. 8. 10.3389/fphys.2017.00985.  

Andrew Vigotsky Twitter

Andrew Vigotsky Research Gate

Andrew Vigotsky Facebook

The Human Performance Mechanic Website

The Human Performance Mechanic Instagram

The Human Performance Mechanic Facebook  

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram  and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest!  Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart! 

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Dec 27, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Dr. Kristen Schulz, DPT on how to make exercise fun. Kristen is a Physical Therapist and running coach who helps runners achieve their next PR without nagging injuries. She is the creator of the Run Your Life Method, an online course providing a comprehensive and individualized approach for runners. Run Your Life’s mission is to provide runners the resources (prehab, rehab, strength training, recovery, nutrition, training, and mindset) they need to stay healthy, so they can enjoy the sport they love for their entire life.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How Kristen’s exercise routine has evolved into adulthood

-Kristen’s favorite go-to exercises

-How variety in activities can help you avoid burnout

-And so much more!

 

“If you’re burnt out and you’re not enjoying what you’re doing, try something new.”

 

“There’s a lot of different ways to incorporate fitness into your life and it doesn’t have to look like someone else’s.”

 

For more information on Kristen:

Kristen is a Physical Therapist and running coach who helps runners achieve their next PR without nagging injuries. She is the creator of the Run Your Life Method, an online course providing a comprehensive and individualized approach for runners. Run Your Life’s mission is to provide runners the resources (prehab, rehab, strength training, recovery, nutrition, training, and mindset) they need to stay healthy, so they can enjoy the sport they love for their entire life.

Kristen’s passion for her work stems from suffering a number of injuries herself. She ran competitively in high school and college with plans of continuing to improve her running times after college. However, injury after injury kept her from reaching her goals. It wasn’t until she started incorporating a comprehensive approach to running that she found herself able to run without constantly being injured. She finds great joy in being able to teach others how to do the same.

Kristen has had the opportunity to live in many different parts of the country and currently resides in North Dakota. She graduated from Northern Michigan University with a degree in Exercise Science and Spanish, completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Kristen Schulz Instagram

Kristen Schulz Facebook

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Dec 10, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Matthew Villegas on how to deal with anxiety in physical therapy school. Matthew Villegas’ goal, as someone born with a brachial plexus injury (trauma to the bundle of nerves near the shoulder blade and collar bone), is to help others with brachial plexus injuries live life to their fullest and dare to run and compete in crossfit through his skills as a Physical Therapist.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How anxiety manifested itself in Matthew’s DPT experience

-Matthew’s tips on how to tackle the challenges of a DPT program

-What pre-PT students should do before going to PT school

-And so much more!

 

Memorable Quotes from this episode: 

 

“Give everything it’s due time and not necessarily focus too much on one thing.”

 

“Live through the moment and let whatever happens, happen.”

 

“The staff, the faculty are there for you and do want to see you succeed.”

 

For more information on Matthew:

My name is Matthew Villegas. My goal as someone born with a brachial plexus injury (trauma to the bundle of nerves near the shoulder blade and collar bone) is to help others with brachial plexus injuries live life to their fullest and dare to run and compete in crossfit through my skills as a Physical Therapist. I host the Capable Body Podcast (available on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher), which aims to bridge the gap between healthcare providers and real people with real stories. Also, the podcast features an active Facebook community that is a safe space where I share more means to connect with my guests as well as some behind-the-scenes extras.

 

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

Resources discussed on this show:

Matthew Villegas Website

Matthew Villegas Facebook

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

Dec 7, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Tameka Duncan on physical therapy for high school athletes. Dr. Tameka Duncan, DPT, Cert. MDT is a licensed physical therapist. It is one of her greatest passions to impact people's lives daily through preventative and rehabilitative services by helping restore quality of life and improve overall function through physical therapy services.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Why Tameka is passionate about working with high school athletes

-The experience needed to treat high school athletes

-How Tameka has established expertise and rapport with athletes in her community

-And so much more!

 

Memorable Quotes from this episode:

 

“A knowledge of the sport and some continuing ed classes are needed.”

 

“They have a vision, they have a reason and they are motivated to get back to whatever that sport is.”

 

“I’ll just let my results and my reputation speak for themselves.”

 

For more information on Tameka:

Dr. Tameka Duncan PT, DPT, Cert. MDT is a licensed physical therapist in Clarksville, TN. One of Dr. Duncan’s greatest passions is physical therapy. She loves fostering change through preventative and rehabilitative services. She takes great pride in helping restore patient’s quality of life and improving their overall function to return to the things they love doing most.

Dr. Duncan attended Howard University in Washington, DC where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree (2005) in Health Science with a concentration in pre-physical therapy. She later went on to attend the University of Maryland- Baltimore in Baltimore, MD where she obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (2010). Dr. Duncan has worked in a variety of settings throughout her practicing career. She spent 8 years in the outpatient orthopedic setting and recently transitioned to the home health setting, while starting her own mobile physical therapy practice, Vitality Sport & Rehab, LLC. Dr. Duncan’s area of specialty is treatment of the spine, to include both the neck and the back. Dr. Duncan obtained extensive training in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) obtaining her MDT Certification in January 2017. Dr. Duncan is also very experienced and enjoys treating various injuries sustained by the young athlete to the aging geriatric.

In her spare time, Dr. Duncan enjoys spending time with her husband, her family/friends, working out, attending church, salsa dancing, mentoring youth, and spending quality time with herself. She loves fitness and has participated in several physique competitions. She is also a Beautycounter consultant, a skincare/makeup line that aims to get safer products into hands of everyone. Dr. Duncan best describes herself as a down to earth, outgoing, fun loving person that enjoys meeting and experiencing various people and cultures.

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

Resources discussed on this show:

SFMA Website

Vitality Sport and Rehab Facebook

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Dec 3, 2018

LIVE from the Private Practice Section Annual Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado, I am joined by Dan Mills to chat about humanitarian work. Dan Mills, PT, currently serves on the Board of Directors of the American Physical Therapy Association. He is the sole owner of Performance Rehab Clinics, a multisite, PT-owned, outpatient PT business in Salt Lake City.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How Dan became involved in humanitarian work

-Characteristics to look for in humanitarian work

-How to make a lasting impact in the communities that you serve

-A few considerations before engaging in philanthropy

-And so much more!

 

“Every wheelchair user deserves the right to be examined and fitted by a physical therapist.”

 

“I waited for the right opportunity.”

 

“You have to find a fixable problem.”

 

“We have to find a way to reframe it so it’s not medical tourism.”

 

“Finding out what they need rather than us impose our western view of what they need is a really, really difficult thing.”

 

“There are so many solvable problems out there.”

 

For more information on Dan:

Dan Mills, PT, currently serves on the Board of Directors of the American Physical Therapy Association. He is the sole owner of Performance Rehab Clinics, a multisite, PT-owned, outpatient PT business in Salt Lake City. His practice focus is general orthopedics and occupational medicine. He is passionate about Ironman triathlons, backcountry skiing, fly-fishing, and family. He just completed his tenth humanitarian trip to Africa and his third full Ironman. He has served on APTA committees including Finance and CSM Review (on behalf of PPS). He has also served as PPS Treasurer and Vice President.

Resources discussed on this show:

Dan Mills Twitter

Performance Rehab Clinics Website

Motivation UK Website

US Aid Website

APTA Pro Bono Opportunities

 NetHealth Free Online Community

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Nov 29, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Carrie Callahan and Matthew Bremekamp on the non-profit Empower SCI: a residential rehabilitation program for individuals with spinal cord injuries. Carrie Callahan is a physical therapist and one of the founders of Empower SCI and Matthew Bremekamp was a participant in the program who has now become a mentor with Empower SCI.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Empower SCI’s mission to integrate patients back into their community

-The benefits of volunteering with a non-profit

-A multitude of ways to get involved and support Empower SCI

-Carrie and Matthew’s favorite memories while working with Empower SCI

-And so much more!

 

“A lot of the topics that are covered in inpatient rehab are vital to survival but not necessarily knowing how to enjoy life once again.”

 

“Those seeds were planted and the information that was given to him years ago as a participant has literally rolled into this full, meaningful, substantive existence for him that he could come back and share.”

 

“The power of the human spirit is the biggest thing that I’ve learned about during the time we’ve had Empower.”

 

“Look at life more of as a why not instead of a why.”

 

For more information on Carrie:

Carrie Callahan has practiced physical therapy for over 12 years, graduating from Ithaca College in 2003. She currently specializes in seating, positioning and wheeled mobility, earning her Assistive Technology Professional Certification in 2015, and now holds a position as Territory Sales Manager for Permobil, TiLite and ROHO products in the Boston area. She has a passion for teaching manual wheelchair skills, and has led Empower SCI in teaching these skills at Abilities Expos and through day courses for students, therapists and wheelchair-users in the Long Island and Boston communities. She also enjoys taking part in the adaptive sports community through Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers, and in January of 2016, she was part of a team of one doctor and three clinicians who pioneered the monthly Adaptive Sports Medicine Clinic at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. At Empower, she is co-founder and president of the program, leader of wheelchair skills activities, leader of the Knobby Tire Ride and Roll Fall fundraiser, coordinates participant applications and communications, and loves to co-lead the Back on Board surfing event each July with the Testaverde Foundation.

 

For more information on Empower SCI:

Empower SCI is a non-profit corporation established to enable individuals with spinal cord injuries to lead happier, more meaningful and more independent lives. Empower SCI seeks to fill the gap in the rehabilitation industry that has been created by a decrease in length of stays at rehabilitation hospitals and outpatient services during the recovery from a spinal cord injury.

Through community outreach and a two week residential rehabilitation program at Stony Brook University in Long Island, NY, Empower SCI will provide the knowledge, tools, strength, and support that individuals with spinal cord injuries need to thrive.

 

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Empower SCI Website

Empower SCI Facebook

Empower SCI Twitter

Matthew Bremekamp LinkedIn

Matthew Bremekamp Twitter

Matthew Bremekamp Facebook

Carrie Callahan Facebook

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Nov 26, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Secili DeStefano, PT, DPT on the show to discuss the International Pelvic Pain Society and the importance of mentorship. Secili received her Master’s (2001) and Doctorate (2007) degrees in physical therapy from Marymount University. Secili administers premium care to a large, diverse population of outpatient orthopedic patients. She has a special interest in rehabilitating the biomechanics including the ribs, spine, hips and pelvis.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Secili’s highlights from the International Pelvic Pain Society

-Why you should seek mentorship opportunities at conferences

-The most important traits a mentor should possess

-What qualities should a mentee look for in their mentor

-And so much more!

 

“Mentorship is bilateral.”

 

“Mentoring is just one piece of a bigger puzzle of mastery.”

 

“Sometimes you just need that person to give you permission to change your self-talk.”

 

“Struggle builds strength. We are all going to have struggles but in that, what opportunities are there for you to be successful in the future.”

 

For more information on Secili:

Secili received her Master’s (2001) and Doctorate (2007) degrees in physical therapy from Marymount University. Secili administers premium care to a large, diverse population of outpatient orthopedic patients. She has a special interest in rehabilitating the biomechanics including the ribs, spine, hips and pelvis. Over the past several years in practice, she has focused on preventing injuries, promoting health and wellness, and creating solutions for complex and persistent pain. Secili is a manual therapist, and performs Triggerpoint Dry Needling (TDN) and utilizes Graded Motor Imagery. She is also certified and performs a variety of different prevention and optimization programs for athletes. She uses RealTime UltraSound Imaging to assist the patients in optimizing movement and performance. Her heart for patients locally, nationally and internationally leads her to foster research, speak, and consult on a wide variety of healthcare topics.

Secili also provides care for men’s and women’s pelvic health (bowel, bladder, sexual dysfunction and incontinence), conditions specific to athletes, breast health, pre-partum, pregnancy, post-partum, bone health, osteoporosis and osteopenia, persistent pain (fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and other widespread chronic pain syndromes), postsurgical health and restoration (e.g. post-hysterectomy, C-section, post-prostatectomy, etc.), hypermobility syndromes (e.g., Ehler’s Danlos), pelvic, back, hip and sacroiliac joint pain and dysfunction (e.g., Femoral Acetabular Impingement). She assesses and fabricates custom orthotics; evaluates and consults area businesses on worksite ergonomics; and provides health, wellness, consulting and screening services to area athletic programs, travel teams, and specialty programs including Olympic hopefuls, high level football players, dancers, swimmers and soccer players. Secili is committed to optimizing patients’ movement and performance.

Secili has received numerous professional awards and certifications resulting from her work experience, continuing education pursuits and her involvement in her professional associations. She serves on many national task forces and work groups for improving health care. Currently, she is serving on the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) NEXT Conference Work Group and APTA She has served as the Virginia Physical Therapy Association Vice President and Delegate to the APTA House of Delegates. She has served as the Director of Research for the APTA Section on Women’s Health. Secili is a Certified Direct Access Practitioner, which means that she is able to practice without a referral from another practitioner. She has received the distinction of Certified Orthopedic Specialist and Emerging Leader from the APTA. Secili has served as a Center Coordinator of Clinical Education and is a Certified Clinical Instructor. She has also been honored as a Distinguished Commencement Speaker. She is currently teaching at George Mason University in their Department of Health Administration and Policy. Her first year as a Mason professor, she was nominated by the students for the Career Connection Faculty Award.

Prior to her career as a physical therapist, Secili worked as a student athletic trainer in the University of Texas athletic department. Secili has her own decorated past in sports including Go Ruck, Spartan Races, marathons, weight lifting, dancing, swimming and gymnastics. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, friends and extended family, as well as, traveling and reading.

Resources discussed on this show:

International Pelvic Pain Society

Secili DeStefano Twitter

Bodies in Motion PT Website

 

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

Nov 22, 2018

LIVE from the New York Student Special Interest Group Conference, I welcome Dr. Chanelle Yoder, DPT on this episode to chat about story telling. Chanelle is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, specializing in manual therapy and functional medicine, and an esteemed storyteller + author in progress. She is a cash-based concierge practice PT business owner, proudly servicing individuals in Southern Indiana.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How a clinician can build trust through vulnerability

-How to incorporate story telling into your practice

-When you should introduce industry knowledge into your patient’s care

-Chanelle’s self-care tips to ensure you show up at every patient visit

-And so much more!

 

“The more humanistic you can appear to someone else, the more humanistic you can make them feel about you.”

 

“When you’re really trying to transform someone’s life from a health perspective, it becomes very important to reach them at a very deep level that’s very impossible to find strictly from a clinical perspective.”

 

“It’s all about finding the feeling you have in common.”

 

“So many people just want to be heard and they want to know that you truly respect where they are coming from versus just pushing your agenda.

 

“We are not going to jive with everybody.”

 

For more information on Chanelle:

 

Dr. Yoder graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a Bachelors of Science in Human Biology and minor in Psychology in 2007. She applied to DPT school 15 times before temporarily accepting defeat, consequently accepting enrollment for PTA school at the University of Indianapolis, thus graduating with her Associate of Science in Physical Therapy Assistance in 2009.  Chanelle reapplied to DPT school yet again, only this time to the flex DPT program at the University of St.Augustine, FL. Dr. Yoder was finally offered admission, and successfully endured 4 years of bi-weekly cross-country commutes to earn her DPT in August 2014.

Dr. Yoder has utilized her extensive experience within each setting of physical therapy, including acute and post-operative orthopaedics, acute-TBI-CVA, sub-acute rehab, home health care, outpatient manual orthopaedics, acute cardiopulmonary care, and skilled nursing care, to fuel her approach to relationship-centered concierge-based integrative physical therapy.

The many ups and downs of her journey, in addition to the accompanying wisdom earned, have been remarkably documented through her personal storytelling within the online media marketplace, successfully fueling her organic business marketing, patient-centered outcomes, and adjacent career fulfillment. Her proven theory to success in the art of relationship building via organic storytelling is the primary inspiration to her digital course, The Enchantment Method©️, an academy transforming clinicians into story-rich, content dominating, relationship-obsessed masterminds.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Embody Boss Website

Embody Boss Facebook

Chanelle Yoder Facebook

Chanelle Yoder LinkedIn

Embody Boss Instagram

Brene Brown Website

Fearless Speaker 1/2 MasterClass

Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!

 

Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

 

Xo Karen

 

 

Nov 19, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Dr. Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Dr. Andrew Tran, DPT on building a business from memes. Andrew Tran is a Physical Therapist who has worked in a variety of settings as a new grad. From travel PT, to Skilled Nursing Facility, outpatient ortho, and starting his own practice in his first two years. He is the founder of Physio Memes, LLC with the goals of connecting Physios globally via humor and merchandise to proudly represent our profession. Also, owner of Transcend Health, LLC which is an outpatient private practice with the vision to create a healthy, empowered, and educated community to build a life of resilience.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How Andrew got started in building physical therapy memes

-From hobby to business: Andrew runs through some of the business 101 basics

-Why entrepreneurs must master time management

-Andrew’s advice to ignite the fire for budding entrepreneurs

-And so much more!

 

“I had no clue how to turn this into a business.”

 

“If I’m going to do this, I have to be consistent.”

 

“The big thing was time.”

 

“Take that first initial step.”

 

For more information on Andrew:

Andrew Tran is a Physical Therapist who has worked in a variety of settings as a new grad. From travel PT, to Skilled Nursing Facility, outpatient ortho, and starting his own practice in his first two years. He is the founder of Physio Memes, LLC with the goals of connecting Physios globally via humor and merchandise to proudly represent our profession. Also, owner of Transcend Health, LLC which is an outpatient private practice with the vision to create a healthy, empowered, and educated community to build a life of resilience.

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Physio Memes Website

Physio Memes Instagram

Andrew Tran Instagram

Andrew Tran Facebook

Transcend Health Facebook

Shopify

 

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Nov 15, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Jasmine Williams on the act of giving. Jasmine Williams is a Doctorate of Physical Therapy student who has a desire for inspiring people and Pre-DPT students. Jasmine enjoys sharing information to those who want to pursue a career in physical therapy along with inspiring individuals through her experiences as a Doctor of Physical Therapy Student.

In this episode, we discuss:

-The benefits of giving to others

-Easy ways you can begin giving to others daily

-Jasmine’s most rewarding experience helping an individual

-And so much more!

 

“You get to see the product of what you put into that person.”

 

“If you don’t regularly give, you could have other people missing out on what ever goodness you could be giving to that person.”

 

“It can amplify with one simple act of giving.”

 

For more information on Jasmine:

Jasmine Williams is a Doctorate of Physical Therapy student who has a desire for inspiring people and Pre-DPT students. She enjoys playing volleyball, roller skating, biking, listening to music and spending time with the people she loves.

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Jasmine Williams Facebook

Jasmine Williams Twitter

Jasmine Williams Instagram

 

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Nov 12, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Jenn Edden on the show to discuss how to manage cravings. Jenn Edden is a sugar addiction expert, author and empowerment coach for over 14 years. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC and is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How entrenched habits impact cravings

-What ingredients to look for on food labels

-Jenn’s food recommendations to energize your morning

-Food rotation strategies to prevent habit formation

-And so much more!

 

“When your gut is out of whack, you crave sugar.”

 

“Diets don’t work.”

 

“Cleaning up what you eat when you’re not out is imperative.”

 

“Packaging is deceiving.”

 

“It doesn’t have to be as expensive as people think.”

 

“Real whole food over processed will always win out in the body.”

 

“Being healthy is simple.”

 

For more information on Jenn:

Jenn Edden is a sugar addiction expert, author and empowerment coach for over 14 years. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC and is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Jenn holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Stony brook University and attended medical school briefly before deciding that wasn’t the right path for her. Growing up with depression and anxiety, Jenn has seen the effects first hand of what sugar can do to your physical and mental well being. After healing herself of gastritis in her mid 20’s Jenn had since dedicated her time and energy to spreading the message about how to kick and manage sugar addiction in a non depriving way.

How many times do you get to the end of your day wishing you could have done it differently? And for sure with more energy and without that extra cup of coffee and 3pm snack that has left you not only hungry for something more but has just sabotaged your never ending weight loss goals! Jenn aims to give us back the power that you somehow lost in your busy life without dieting, deprivation or denial. She simplifies the complex while delivering real results in life, food and business.

To grab a complimentary copy of Jenn’s book and learn how to kick cravings in under 7 days download it here …https://jecoaching.com/freecopywomanunleashedbook/

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Amazon Fresh

Jenn Edden Coaching Website

Jenn Edden Twitter

Jenn Edden Facebook

Woman Unleashed Book

EWG Guide to the Dirty Dozen

 

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Nov 9, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Dr. Meghan Wieser on dance physical therapy. Meghan is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and received her PT degree from Widener University. She enjoys working with motivated individuals who take an active role in their health. She loves working with dancers, athletes, and active adults.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Why Meghan became a dance physical therapist

-Do you have to be a dancer to treat dancers?

-Is dance a sport?

-Meghan’s recommendations and resources on dance physical therapy

-And so much more!

 

“Half of PT is building a relationship with somebody.”

 

“If you can’t connect to what they do every single day—what they live and breathe—you’re only going to get them so far.”

 

“Shadow somebody who treats dancers.”

 

“Immerse yourself in the art first.”

 

For more information on Meghan:

I’m a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and received my PT degree from Widener University. I enjoy working with motivated individuals who take an active role in their health. I love working with dancers, athletes, and active adults. I’m an avid traveler and love trying new foods and learning about the cultures of the places I travel to. I’m a very active person, I dabble in a little bit of everything: weightlifting, yoga, running, hiking, etc.  I have a strong passion for physical therapy and hope to someday change the face of healthcare.

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Meghan Wieser Instagram

Meghan Wieser Facebook

Meghan Wieser Personal Facebook

Neuro Tour Website

Performing Arts Special Interest Group

 

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Xo Karen

 

 

Nov 5, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Jon Mulholland on the show to discuss how to get involved on the medical team for Olympic athletes. Dr. Mulholland has acted as the Chiropractic Consultant for the United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY, and has traveled extensively as one of the team chiropractors for the US Bobsled & Skeleton Teams. He has worked multiple World Championship events in a variety of sports, and has treated athletes from dozens of different countries. He was also the Sports Medicine & Performance Enhancement consultant for the New Zealand Cycling Teams at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, where he helped the team win two Olympic medals.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How health professionals can get involved with Olympic Athletes

-Jon’s experiences working in the Olympic village

-Common misconceptions about the Chiropractic and Physical Therapy professions

-Key habits that high-level athletes have developed to enhance their performance

-And so much more!

 

“If the athlete thinks it works—it works. Period.”

 

“Have a good skillset and be a good person.”

 

“If you’ve ever worked with sport, it sounds glamorous, but it rarely is.”

 

“Show up every day.”

 

“It’s a long-term commitment in the world of Olympics.”

 

For more information on Jonathan:

Dr. Mulholland has earned both his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He also holds two post-graduate qualifications in sports chiropractic, in addition to being a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist.

Dr. Mulholland has acted as the Chiropractic Consultant for the United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY, and has traveled extensively as one of the team chiropractors for the US Bobsled & Skeleton Teams.

He has worked multiple World Championship events in a variety of sports, and has treated athletes from dozens of different countries. He was also the Sports Medicine & Performance Enhancement consultant for the New Zealand Cycling Teams at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, where he helped the team win two Olympic medals.

He lectures regularly around the world and treats patients at his private clinic when he isn’t traveling. He currently lives in Plattsburgh, NY with his wife and two children where he spends most of the year trying to stay warm.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Ideal Athlete Chiropractic Website

Jon Mulholland Twitter

Ideal Athlete Chiropractic Facebook

United States Olympic Committee Website

Rehab Therapy Operational Best Practices Forum

 

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Nov 1, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Megan Leigh McLain on physical therapy advocacy. Megan McLain is a new graduate physical therapist from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for advocacy. She is working in outpatient orthopedics and enjoys treating patients in persistent pain and those with chronic illnesses.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How Megan became interested in advocacy

-Is it difficult for physical therapists to get involved in advocacy?

-How telehealth can improve access to underserved populations

-Future advocacy efforts in pain science

-And so much more!

 

“All of us are advocates for PT.”

 

“We do not have pain science education in our curriculum.”

 

“The National Advocacy Dinners for students are a great idea.”

 

For more information on Megan:

Megan McLain is a new graduate physical therapist from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for advocacy. She is working in outpatient orthopedics and enjoys treating patients in persistent pain and those with chronic illnesses.

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

American Physical Therapy Association Website

Megan Leigh McLain Facebook

Megan Leigh McLain Instagram

Megan Leigh McLain Twitter

CONNECT for Health Act of 2017

Fearless Speaker 1/2 Day Workshop

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Oct 29, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Tim Gabbett on the show to debunk myths about training load, injury and performance. Tim holds a PhD in Human Physiology (2000) and has completed a second PhD in the Applied Science of Professional Football (2011) , with special reference to physical demands, injury prevention, and skill acquisition. Tim has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles and has presented at over 200 national and international conferences. He is committed to performing world-leading research that can be applied in the ‘real world’ to benefit high performance coaches and athletes.

In this episode, we discuss:

-The acute:chronic workload ratio and how it relates to risk of injury

-Is the 10% rule foolproof?

-Ways to quantify training loads

-Practical ways for practitioners to translate research into the clinic

-And so much more!

 

“Social media is great for sharing information but sometimes those myths get perpetuated on social media and they grow.”

 

“Risk doesn’t equal rate.”

 

“We don’t coach the number—we coach the athlete, we coach the patient.”

 

“Load is just part of the puzzle.”

 

“When you’re in the basement or when you’re in the ceiling, keep the percentage changes in load from week to week quite small but if you have moderate to high chronic loads then you can probably progress a little quicker.”

 

For more information on Tim:

Dr. Tim Gabbett has 20 years experience working as an applied sport scientist with athletes and coaches from a wide range of sports.

He holds a PhD in Human Physiology (2000) and has completed a second PhD in the Applied Science of Professional Football (2011) , with special reference to physical demands, injury prevention, and skill acquisition.

Tim has worked with elite international athletes over several Commonwealth Games (2002 and 2006) and Olympic Games (2000, 2004, and 2008) cycles. He continues to work as a sport science and coaching consultant for several high performance teams around the world.

Tim has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles and has presented at over 200 national and international conferences. He is committed to performing world-leading research that can be applied in the ‘real world’ to benefit high performance coaches and athletes.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Gabbett TJ Debunking the myths about training load, injury and performance: empirical evidence, hot topics and recommendations for practitioners Br J Sports Med Published Online First: 26 October 2018. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2018-099784

Gabbett Performance Website

Tim Gabbett Twitter

 

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Oct 25, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Linda Ugelow on the show to discuss how to develop public speaking confidence. Linda Ugelow is a presentation and confidence coach who helps new and seasoned professionals overcome the fear of public speaking while communicating effortlessly and effectively across different media.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Identifying the underlying stress factors of being seen and heard

-How to master the art of inner communication

-How visibility can fast track your career, credibility and thought-leadership

-Reframing why you are delivering your message to your audience

-And so much more!

 

“Fear is something that you have and you have to push through it because otherwise you won’t get things done.”

 

“If you don’t feel safe inside yourself, you’re not going to feel safe in front of other people.”

 

“Give some compassion to that inner critic. Recognize that the reason the critic is there is to protect us.”

 

“Get comfortable with saying nice things to yourself.”

 

“Fill yourself with your own internal validation and everything that comes out from the external is bonus.”

 

For more information on Linda:

Linda Ugelow is a presentation and confidence coach who helps new and seasoned professionals overcome the fear of public speaking while communicating effortlessly and effectively across different media.

As a performer of 35 years and with a master’s degree in expressive therapies and movement studies, she’s been helping people get comfortable in their own skin for decades.

Linda is also the producer and host of the TV show Women Inspired which can be found on her website www.lindaugelow.com/shows

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Linda Ugelow Facebook

Linda Ugelow LinkedIn

Linda Ugelow Youtube

Linda Ugelow Twitter

Linda Ugelow Instagram

Linda Ugelow Website

Free guided visualization for speaking confidence

 

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Oct 22, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Ruth Backlund on emotional and physical trauma. Ruth Backlund is the founder and owner of Energy Works Myofascial Release, specializing in John Barnes Myofascial Release and Active Myofascial Therapy- Irene Diamond. She helps active men and women enhance their health and well-being, improve mobility, and avoid unnecessary surgery.  

In this episode, we discuss:

-The difference between emotional and physical trauma

-Should physical therapists differentiate trauma with their patients?

-How Ruth reacts to emotional patients to facilitate the healing process

-The importance of being present with patients who may be dealing with emotional trauma

-And so much more!

 

“Emotional trauma is usually less visible.”

 

“Everybody has emotional trauma. Everybody has physical trauma.”

 

“Sometimes with emotional trauma, they blank out.”

 

“Rushing in abrupts that processing of that emotion.”

 

“Don’t judge them in advance.”

 

“A person comes in as a whole package.”

 

For more information on Ruth:

Ruth Backlund, RN, BSN, CGEI

RN – 30 yrs

Expert Level MFR Therapist – 9 yrs

Founder and Owner of Energy Works Myofascial Release, specializing in John Barnes Myofascial Release and Active Myofascial Therapy- Irene Diamond.  

I help active men and women enhance their health and well-being, improve mobility, and avoid unnecessary surgery.  

I use a clinically comprehensive whole-body approach to healing through gentle myofascial stretching to decrease pain and increase range of motion.

My goal is to help my clients achieve physical and emotional health and well-being by facilitating the healing journey, teaching self-care techniques, and enable sustained long-lasting relief.

 

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Energy Works Myofascial Release Website

Ruth Backlund Instagram

Energy Works Myofascial Release Facebook

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Xo Karen

Oct 15, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Steph Lagana on the show to discuss morning routines. Steph Lagana is a Business Strategist and Spiritual Teacher. She leverages her background in national security to ground conversations on intuition and the energetics of business. Steph works with women to build their business and align with their strengths so they can market themselves naturally and powerfully in service of their calling.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Myths surrounding morning routines

-Practical strategies to implement your unique morning routine

-How long should I commit to develop a new habit?

-The benefits a morning routine can have on both your life and business

-And so much more!

 

“A morning routine can be anything that really you want to turn it into.”

 

“When you design your morning routine, you get to win your day.”

 

“You don’t have to do the same thing every day.”

 

“Be kind to yourself and honor that sometimes things happen.”

 

“If you allow yourself to set those boundaries, you can absolutely win your day.”

 

“The framework that works is the one that works for you.”

 

“You can revolutionize your life with tiny habits.”

 

“Your morning routine does not have to look like anyone else’s.”

 

For more information on Steph:

Steph Lagana is a Business Strategist and Spiritual Teacher. She leverages her background in national security to ground conversations on intuition and the energetics of business. Steph works with women to build their business and align with their strengths so they can market themselves naturally and powerfully in service of their calling.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Steph Lagana Facebook

Steph Lagana Instagram

Mythical Enterprises Website

Miracle Morning Book

Tiny Habits Website

Your Sacred Craft Facebook Group

 

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Xo Karen

Oct 11, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Dr. Kitiboni Adderley on continuing education for international physical therapists. Kitiboni (Kiti) Adderley is the Owner & Senior Physical Therapist of Handling Your Health Wellness & Rehab. Kiti graduated from the University of the West Indies School of Physical Therapy, Jamaica, in 2000 and obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Utica College, Utica, New York, in 2017. Over the last 10 years, Kiti has been involved in an intensive study and mentorship of Oncology Rehabilitation and more specifically, Breast Cancer Rehab where her focus has been on limiting the side effects of cancer treatment including lymphedema, and improving the quality of life of cancer survivors.

In this episode, we discuss:

-The importance of continuing education

-Common barriers to pursuing continuing education

-Highlights from Kitiboni’s experiences in post-professional education

-Kitiboni’s top recommendations for professional development

-And so much more!

 

“The medical spectrum is changing so quickly.”

 

“You have to stay learning. Don’t get comfortable where you’re at.”

 

“Learn a new skill so you can serve your population better.”

 

“Find an authority in something that you love.”

 

“There’s almost no excuse to not be better educated.”

 

For more information on Kitiboni:

Kitiboni (Kiti) Adderley is the Owner & Senior Physical Therapist of Handling Your Health Wellness & Rehab. Kiti graduated from the University of the West Indies School of Physical Therapy, Jamaica, in 2000 and obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Utica College, Utica, New York, in 2017. Over the last 10 years, Kiti has been involved in an intensive study and mentorship of Oncology Rehabilitation and more specifically, Breast Cancer Rehab where her focus has been on limiting the side effects of cancer treatment including lymphedema, and improving the quality of life of cancer survivors. She has been a Certified Lymphedema Therapist since 2004. She is also a Certified Mastectomy Breast Prosthesis and Bra Fitter and Custom Compression Garment Fitter.

Kiti is avid believer in continuing education to advance her skills and improve her treatment offerings to her patients and clients. She has a passion for orthopedic and women's health and strives to provide high quality, personalized care. She is a very manual therapist and is trained in Myofascial Release and McKenzie's Techniques she is certified in Pregnancy Massage and is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner and Instructor.

As she continues grow and to expand her skills, she provides a higher standard of care for the community she serves. Kiti believes prevention is better than cure and that there must be a holistic approach to the patient and the community. She has dedicated her time and knowledge educating the public about wellness and how to manage chronic non communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. She is about to launch her podcast “H.E.A.R. (Health Education Awareness & Rehabilitation) Caribbean” which will highlight the Medical and Wellness Professionals and education those in the region and beyond.

Kiti is a Professional Advisor of The Bahamas Breast Cancer Initiative Foundation, the One Eleuthera Foundation and a Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Educator. She has served as President of the Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists for four years and currently represents the Bahamas at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy. She has worked with numerous National Sports Teams and has volunteered with the National Kingdor Parkinsons Association.  

Kiti enjoys spending time with her husband, and her three daughters. She also enjoys immersing herself in Nature, traveling and experiencing other cultures, reading, cooking and crafting.

 

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Handling Your Health Wellness and Rehab Website

Kitiboni Adderley Twitter

Handling Your Health Instagram

Handling Your Health Facebook

HEAR Caribbean Podcast Facebook

Kitiboni Adderley Facebook

Kitiboni Adderley LinkedIn

 

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Xo Karen

 

 

Oct 8, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Kevin Schmidt on the show to discuss cycling in physical therapy. Kevin Schmidt is a Physical Therapist and Clinical Bike Fitter in Portland, Oregon who founded his own niche bike-centric PT practice ‘Pedal PT’ in 2012. His office is a unique hybrid insurance/ cash-pay model which is 95%+ direct access, that sees the full gamut of Orthopedic musculoskeletal rehab clients, with a specialty in bike fit and solving complex cycling injuries. Pedal PT also is the first private practice in the country to be certified in both Sustainability practices and Bike Friendliness, and is active in the local cycling community, including their popular monthly ‘Free Coffee for Bicyclists’ events.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Kevin’s journey to becoming a bike-centric physical therapist

-Why physical therapists are uniquely qualified for bike fitting

-The benefits of franchising a cyclist physical therapy business model

-Strategies to build mutual engagement and support from local businesses

-And so much more!

 

“This job is part PT, part wrench monkey.”

 

“The physical therapist is the best person to perform bike fits.”

 

“I estimate that roughly 70% of equipment that’s sold during bike fit these days is unnecessary for people to achieve pain free cycling.”

 

“When we are talking about a franchise, we are selling a business model.”

 

“The more that you give away, the more it comes back to you so much more.”

 

“Don’t be afraid to put yourself into situations that make you nervous.”

 

For more information on Kevin:

Kevin Schmidt is a Physical Therapist and Clinical Bike Fitter in Portland, Oregon who founded his own niche bike-centric PT practice ‘Pedal PT’ in 2012. His office is a unique hybrid insurance/ cash-pay model which is 95%+ direct access, that sees the full gamut of Orthopedic musculoskeletal rehab clients, with a specialty in bike fit and solving complex cycling injuries. Pedal PT also is the first private practice in the country to be certified in both Sustainability practices and Bike Friendliness, and is active in the local cycling community, including their popular monthly ‘Free Coffee for Bicyclists’ events.

At it's core, Pedal PT is value-driven company, and all employees are required to cycle to work year-round. Pedal PT's model of Bike Fitting is designed to be a collaborative approach with local bike shops vs competing with them. The office design was fully built-out with bike amenities, indoor bike parking, bike tools/equipment, bike fit station (with proprietary designed and built bike trainer), and changing rooms.

As of June 1st, Kevin completed the final FDD paperwork to be able to Franchise this innovative model, and is now on a mission to build a community of Pedal PT “cycling healthcare revolutionaries” throughout the US to elevate the PT profession within the realm of treating cyclists, and create a united voice to address bike fit without being driven by bike industry.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Pedal PT Website

Pedal PT Facebook

Pedal PT Twitter

Pedal PT Instagram

Kevin Schmidt Instagram  

Bike PT Website

Bike Fit Website

Specialized Website

Franchise Pedal PT

Email: kevin@pedalpt.com

2018 PPS Annual Conference: Bike Fitting roundtable with Erik Moen, PT

 

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Oct 4, 2018

LIVE from the New York Student Special Interest Group Conference, I welcome Dr. Kyle Rice on the show to discuss NPTE preparation. Dr. Kyle Rice is a licensed Physical Therapist and the CEO of the PT Hustle, LLC, a company that specializes in one-on-one coaching and strategy development for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE).

In this episode, we discuss:

-How to develop your own personal study guide

-Why you should avoid study bait during your test preparation

-Time management tips to make the most of the limited time before the October NPTE

-And so much more!

 

“You have to build your own personal study list.”

 

“Make sure you stick to the list you built.”

 

“Common sense is not common practice.”

 

“Find someone who is already at your point B or beyond because they will give you the quickest routes to get there.”

 

For more information on Kyle:

Dr. Kyle Rice is a licensed Physical Therapist and the CEO of the PT Hustle, LLC, a company that specializes in one-on-one coaching and strategy development for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE). Kyle graduated from Florida International University (FIU) in 2013 with his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. He also received his Orthopedic Certified Specialization after graduating from the Brooks/UNF Orthopedic Residency Program in 2016. Over the past five years, Dr. Rice has served successfully as the NPTE Prep Coach for over 150 physical therapists and has assisted over 3000 student physical therapists pass the NPTE with his courses, lectures, podcasts, and intimate discussions about NPTE preparedness.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

The PT Hustle Website

Free Quick Read Ebook, "9 Strategies Students Are Using To Get Over a 700 on the NPTE"

The PT Hustle Facebook

Kyle Rice Instagram

Kyle Rice Twitter

Kyle Rice Facebook

 

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Oct 1, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Dr. Stacy Menz back on the show to discuss the Private Practice Section’s Impact Magazine and 2018 Annual Conference. Stacy Menz, PT, DPT, PCS is the editor of Impact Magazine, a pediatric clinical specialist and the owner of Starfish Therapies. Stacy received her Master’s degree at Boston University in 2000 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Boston University in 2005. She is the founder and owner of Starfish Therapies a pediatric physical therapy company in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In this episode, we discuss:

-The importance of collaboration as a leader

-Commonalities within leadership positions in different physical therapy settings

-A behind-the-scenes look at Impact Magazine

-How Stacy prepares to make the most of her PPS annual conference experience

-And so much more!

 

“There’s a place there for everybody.”

 

“I am a huge fan of collaboration and I don’t want to reinvent the wheel.”

 

“You’re always going to get stuff from the sessions but it’s about who you meet at the bar or at lunch that can really make your conference--It’s the conversations you weren’t expecting to have or that person you weren’t expecting to meet.”

 

“Don’t wait till you have that question and don’t be afraid to reach out.”

 

“Be involved.”

 

“Share or use the resources.”

 

For more information on Stacy:

Stacy Menz, PT, DPT, PCS is a pediatric clinical specialist and the owner of Starfish Therapies. Stacy received her Master’s degree at Boston University in 2000 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Boston University in 2005. She is the founder and owner of Starfish Therapies a pediatric physical therapy company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their mission is to make a difference in the lives of each child and family that they interact with. In addition, Stacy has experience as a teaching/lab assistant for Boston University, South College, and Chapman University's Doctor of Physical Therapy programs, has presented at state and national conferences, and teaches continuing education courses for pediatric physical therapy. She is the editor of Impact, the Private Practice Section's magazine and is a board member for KEEN San Francisco. She is also involved in both her state and national pediatric physical therapy sections. She has been interviewed on Sirius XM's Doctor Radio regarding pediatric orthopedic conditions, as well as Profiles in Leadership and Start a Therapy Practice.

Resources discussed on this show:

Private Practice Section

Impact Magazine

PPS 2018 Annual Conference

Starfish Therapies Website

Stacy Menz Twitter

Starfish Therapies Twitter

Starfish Therapies Instagram

Email: stacy@starfishtherapies.com

 

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Sep 27, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Jenna Kantor, DPT guest hosts and interviews Juan Michelle Martin on why pelvic health is gaining popularity. Juan Michelle Martin earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2007 from New York Institute of Technology and over the last 10 years she has amassed significant experience in orthopedics, women’s health including high risk pregnancy, pediatrics and neurological disorders both within the acute and outpatient settings.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Juan’s transition from outpatient orthopedics to pelvic health specialty

-Stigma surrounding pelvic health conditions

-How to find a qualified pelvic health physical therapist

-And so much more!

 

“I always wanted to dive into that niche but having kids solidified it for me.”

 

“There’s more popularity due in part to social media.”

 

“Just because it’s common does not mean its normal.”

 

“If you have an issue, you shouldn’t have to suffer.”

 

For more information on Juan:

Originally from the beautiful island nation of Barbados, I moved to the US for college via a volleyball scholarship. At the time I also had the honor of representing the Barbados Senior National Volleyball team having competed at the junior level. I earned a Bachelors degree in Biology in 2004 from the University of Montevallo with minors in Psychology and Kinesiology as I knew I wanted to pursue a career in therapy and wellness, due in part to my own personal experience as an athlete. As a student and athlete I also had the privilege of working in the training room under the head athletic trainer and expanding my knowledge base regarding return to sport from injury as well as prevention. I earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2007 from New York Institute of Technology, working as a graduate assistant in the athletic training department with several of their sports teams while there.

Over the last 10 years I have amassed significant experience in orthopedics, women’s health including high risk pregnancy, pediatrics and neurological disorders both within the acute and outpatient settings. However my desire to focus on women’s health came not only out of a love from my work experiences but developed even more as a result of my own experience with 2 pregnancies. I developed stress urinary incontinence during the pregnancy which seemed to worsen after and more with my second child. After engaging in rehabilitative exercises and strengthening, I was able to return more intense physical exercise, without any issues.

I have continued to strengthen my skills and knowledge through mentorship with other amazing therapists within the field as well as several continuing education courses to continue to focus on evidenced based treatments and solutions. My goal with JMM Health Solutions is to bring awareness to the area of pelvic health and all it’s associated issues, not only for the female, but also the male and pediatric populations. Just because it’s common doesn’t mean it’s normal!

When not treating patients I love to spend time with my family, my awesome dog Miko, Crossfit and other sports.

 

For more information on Jenna:

Jenna Kantor (co-founder) is a bubbly and energetic girl who was born and raised in Petaluma, California. Growing up, she trained and performed ballet throughout the United States. After earning a BA in Dance and Drama at the University of California, Irvine, she worked professionally in musical theatre for 15+ years with tours, regional theatres, & overseas (www.jennakantor.com) until she found herself ready to move onto a new chapter in her life – a career in Physical Therapy. Jenna is currently in her 3rd year at Columbia University’s Physical Therapy Program. She is also a co-founder of the podcast, “Physiotherapy Performance Perspectives,” has an evidence-based monthly youtube series titled “Injury Prevention for Dancers,” is a NY SSIG Co-Founder, NYPTA Student Conclave 2017 Development Team, works with the NYPTA Greater New York Legislative Task Force and is the NYPTA Public Policy Committee Student Liaison. Jenna aspires to be a physical therapist for amateur and professional performers to help ensure long, healthy careers. To learn more, please check out her website: www.jennafkantor.wixsite.com/jkpt

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Email: jmmartin@jmmhealthsolutions.com

JMM Health Solutions Website

APTA Women's Health Directory

Herman and Wallace Directory

Pelvic Guru Directory

JMM Health Solutions Facebook

JMM Health Solutions Instagram

 

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Sep 24, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I welcome Alison Sim on the show to discuss persistent pain. Alison Sim has a keen interest in educating health professionals about the latest science surrounding pain, especially pain that hangs around – chronic or persisting pain. Alison qualified as an osteopath in 2001. She has a Masters of Pain Management from Sydney University Medical School and Royal North Shore Pain Management Research Institute. She has lectured at Australian Catholic University, Victoria University, RMIT and George Fox University in a variety of science and clinical subjects. She has also worked as part of the teaching team at Deakin University Medical School and is currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

In this episode, we discuss:

-Societal and financial implications of chronic pain

-How Alison develops a therapeutic alliance with patients with persistent pain

-Lessons from Pain Heroes: Stories of Hope and Recovery

-The importance of empowering patients and enhancing their control over their symptoms

-And so much more!

 

“People are starting to catch on but these things take ages to translate through to shifts in healthcare systems.”

 

“A multimodal, biopsychosocial approach is what’s required to get the best outcomes.”

 

“I really place a lot of value on listening and understanding. From that platform, you have a lot more opportunity to make change.”

 

“Don’t take the responsibility of the patient’s outcomes to heart.”

 

For more information on Alison:

Alison Sim has a keen interest in educating health professionals about the latest science surrounding pain, especially pain that hangs around – chronic or persisting pain.

Pain science can be quite disheartening as a topic – there are no magic bullets or quick fixes. The science can sometimes paint a bleak picture of poor outcomes for any single modality approach. This makes engaging with this material difficult and the result is that practitioners might choose to avoid exploring the material at all. Alison’s seminars and workshops aim to investigate the approaches that have a strong evidence base of proven results and demonstrate how they can be applied in clinical practice. This means better outcomes for your clients and patients.

Alison qualified as an osteopath in 2001. She has a Masters of Pain Management from Sydney University Medical School and Royal North Shore Pain Management Research Institute. She has lectured at Australian Catholic University, Victoria University, RMIT and George Fox University in a variety of science and clinical subjects. She has also worked as part of the teaching team at Deakin University Medical School and is currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

 

Alison works part time at Brighton Spinal and Sports Clinic and welcomes referrals for patients with chronic pain. http://www.brightonspinal.com.au

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Brighton Spine and Sports Clinic Website

Beyond Mechanical Pain Website

Pain Heroes: Stories of Hope and Recovery

Beyond Mechanical Pain Twitter

Beyond Mechanical Pain Facebook

 

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Sep 20, 2018

On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Shannon Sepulveda, DPT guest hosts and interviews Antony Lo on biopsychosocial considerations for the female athlete. Antony has earned his degree in Physiotherapy, a Masters in Physiotherapy and took part in the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Specialisation training program – the highest form of training a physiotherapist can take in Australia. Having successfully grown 2 private practices (Sans Souci Physiotherapy Centre and Penshurst Physiotherapy Centre), Antony sold these to concentrate on his Specialisation Training Program and developing educational courses for health professionals and the general public. He still consults at 2 locations in Sydney seeing everyone from children to the elderly, as well as his sports-specific patients. He also travels around Australia to deliver seminar information and provide consultations for those interested in his approach.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How do we hurt females with exercise?

-Practitioner language and iatrogenic harm

-Advice for the female athlete navigating the healthcare system

-Antony’s experience treating diastasis recti

-And so much more!

 

“Holistic women’s health is more to me than what is just happening in the pelvic area.”

 

“How you do the exercise is much more important than the exercise you choose.”

 

“We don’t actually know mechanistically why things happen.”

 

“If we make something a problem and then we make a product to solve the problem, you can make money from that.”

 

“Being a nice person goes a long way in helping people much more than technical knowledge.”

 

For more information on Antony:

Physiotherapy since 1993. During this time, he has earned his degree in Physiotherapy, a Masters in Physiotherapy and took part in the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Specialisation training program – the highest form of training a physiotherapist can take in Australia.

Having successfully grown 2 private practices (Sans Souci Physiotherapy Centre and Penshurst Physiotherapy Centre), Antony sold these to concentrate on his Specialisation Training Program and developing educational courses for health professionals and the general public. He still consults at 2 locations in Sydney seeing everyone from children to the elderly, as well as his sports-specific patients. He also travels around Australia to deliver seminar information and provide consultations for those interested in his approach.

Antony can help you in a number of ways – his unique skill set and approach allows him to help those in pain – from those with acute injuries to those with long-term chronic pain – and those who are interested in enhancing their performance for sport, work or recreation. He mainly uses exercise, manual therapy, dry needling and various other techniques to help his clients. A big emphasis is placed on teaching you about your condition, what to do about it and how to help yourself.

 

For more information on Shannon:

Shannon Sepulveda, DPT, M.Ed., CSCS, WCS is the owner and Physical Therapist at Shannon Sepulveda, DPT, PLLC. She is an Orthopedic and Women’s Health Physical Therapist and is currently the only Board-Certified Women’s Health Physical Therapist (WCS) in Montana. Shannon received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College, Masters in Education from Harvard University (M.Ed.) and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Montana. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). She has been a practicing Physical Therapist in Bozeman, Montana for over 6 years. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, skiing, hunting and spending time with her husband, son and daughter.

 

Resources discussed on this show:

Physio Detective Website

Physio Detective Twitter

Physio Detective Facebook

Antony Lo LinkedIn

Physio Detective Youtube

Bulletproof Your Core and Pelvic Floor

Email: Antony@physiodetective.com

 

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