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Inside Rehabilitation Counseling

Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification

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The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification presents "Inside Rehabilitation Counseling," a series of conversations with the professionals, educators, and thought-leaders working in the specialized field of rehabilitation counseling.
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RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine is a top podcast featuring interviews with faculty and staff of RUSK Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center. These podcasts are being offered by RUSK, one of the top rehabilitation centers in the world. Your host for these interviews is Dr. Tom Elwood. He will take you behind the scenes to look at what is transpiring in the exciting world of rehabilitation research and clinical services through the eyes of those involved in making dynamic breakt ...
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The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Bill Niehaus. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilit ...
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Rehabilitationships

Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation

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“Rehabilitationships” is a new podcast spotlighting the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. We all love a great story, and there’s nothing better than one about overcoming the odds. It’s a new podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation that brings you real stories of recovery from real patients and real clinicians. Join us each month, when we sit down with people who share their extraordinary experiences of hope and recovery through physical rehabilitation. Meet the patients who ...
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This podcast is dedicated to licensed wildlife rehabilitators and the veterinarians who support them.Each episode tackles topics about the rescue, care, management, reconditioning and release of wildlife found in North America - diving deep into each topic. Our aim is to give rehabilitators practical information they can use, because they’re already going to great lengths to rescue and nurse animals back to health.An injured or orphaned wild animal’s journey to restored health and independen ...
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BrooksRehab.org | Celebrating 50 years of excellence, Brooks Rehabilitation provides medical rehabilitation services through our highly trained clinicians to provide the most advanced therapy and medical care, along with the compassion, motivation, and hope to help people reach their highest level of recovery.
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Rehabilitation Psychology is a specialty area within psychology that focuses on the study and application of psychological knowledge and skills on behalf of individuals with disabilities and chronic health conditions in order to maximize health and welfare, independence and choice, functional abilities, and social role participation across the lifespan.
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Rehabilitation Oncology is an indexed resource for the dissemination of peer-reviewed research-based evidence related to oncologic physical therapy and cancer rehabilitation. The journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world. The journal serves as the official journal for the Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy. High standards of quality are maintained through a rigorous, double-blinded peer-review process and adh ...
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A walkthrough on the "Business" of Canine Rehabilitation. With your host, Anthony Schena CCAT, a certified companion animal rehab therapist who has journeyed from the human PT world to make a difference in our furry friends' lives. Each episode, he pulls back the curtain on the intriguing world of canine rehab. From the nitty gritty of everyday operations to sharing heartwarming success stories, he's going to dive deep into what canine rehab really looks like; the highs, the lows, and everyt ...
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The Performance Rehabilitation and Strength Training Podcast provides a platform for some of sports medicine's most influential individuals to collaborate. Tune in as some of the field's most well renowned rehabilitation professionals, strength & conditioning coaches, and athletes come together to discuss the integrated world of performance physical therapy and strength and conditioning.
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Dive into the fascinating world of wildlife conservation with "Wild and Free Voices," hosted by Deidre Joubert, the dedicated owner of the Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. This podcast series brings you up close and personal with the tireless heroes and the remarkable animals they care for, offering a unique perspective on wildlife rescue and rehabilitation efforts. Each episode of "Wild and Free Voices" features candid conversations with experts, volunteers, and advocates in th ...
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Ane Lloyd and Sian Johnston from SAAPRA discuss research articles focused on massage therapy. Massage provides us with immediate feedback and the ability to detect subtle changes in the tissue and movement that machines can't replicate. Learn more about SAAPRA: https://saapra.co.za/ Learn more about The Vet Rehab Summit: https://vetrehabsummit.com/…
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On this episode of Inside Rehabilitation Counseling, Sarah Price Hancock joins us to discuss her journey as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Following a misdiagnosis of “treatment resistant” mental illness, Sarah received 116 bilateral electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatments resulting in Delayed Electrical Injury’s Myoneural Disorder. Sarah…
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Nicole Lund is a registered dietitian at NYU Langone’s Sports Performance Center. A certified health and well-being coach and certified personal trainer, as a former dancer her love of movement led her into a career as a step aerobics instructor and personal trainer. Through her work, she recognized a need for a discussion about food and its impact…
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In the 51st episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with Maheen M. Adamson, PhD, MHL to discuss A Vision Neuroscience-Based Communication & Detection Solution for “The Speechless” (https://acrm.org/acrm-communities/technology/launchpad/acrm-launchpad-2023-winners/). Dr Niehaus then welcomes Anne Deutsch PhD, RN, CRRN and Ra…
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In this podcast episode, we dive into a Research Refresh done by Ane Lloyd. The idea that tissues may possess some sort of memory is a controversial topic in manual medicine, calling for research and clinical exploration. Ane talks about can memories be held in the fascia, and are these memories accessible during manual fascial work. Learn more abo…
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In this preview of the next episode of Inside Rehabilitation Counseling, Sarah Price Hancock joins us to discuss her journey as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Following a misdiagnosis of “treatment resistant” mental illness, Sarah received 116 bilateral electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatments resulting in Delayed Electrical Injury’s Myone…
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Conflict is an unavoidable part of life, and can have serious repercussions to a working environment or client relationships. Amy Newfield joins us to share advice on conflict resolution and how we can better equip ourselves to manage disagreements and challenges through open, honest, and kind conversation. Learn more about Amy Newfield: https://ww…
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Heather joins Megan to talk about her practice and how she transitioned from a single practitioner to a brick and mortar practice. She values work-life balance and all the therapists in her team work less than 30 hours a week. We discuss her model and how she maximizes her team's strengths and employs new staff to fill the void of the weaknesses. S…
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Nicole Lund is a registered dietitian at NYU Langone’s Sports Performance Center. A certified health and well-being coach and certified personal trainer, as a former dancer her love of movement led her into a career as a step aerobics instructor and personal trainer. Through her work, she recognized a need for a discussion about food and its impact…
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Ane joins Megan to talk about Digital Products. Onlinepethealth has created a selection of Done-For-You digital products for Vetrehabbers. That means products that are relevant to you, that you can simply rebrand, make your own and then sell or share with your clients. Learn more about our PLR Products: www.onlinepethealth.com/plr/ Learn more about…
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Host Gail Buhl welcomes Washington state based mental health therapist Tiffany Wentz-Root to the podcast to discuss self-care for wildlife rehabilitators. This is Part 1 of 2. In Part 1, Tiffany explains her origin story, which includes serving in Iraq for the U.S. Marine Corps in 2003. Tiffany goes on to reveal some of her own past struggles with …
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Emre Pienaar joins Megan to chat about her business Interactive Anatomy. She shares her journey on how she came up with this genius idea. Their joint demonstration models are designed to simplify learning and enhance expertise in the field. Learn more about Emre Pienaar: https://interactiveanatomy.co.za Learn more about our The Vet Rehab Summit: ht…
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In this exciting episode, our host Meghan Mardashti, co-chair of the AOCPMR's Multimedia Committee, welcomes the esteemed Dr. Dan Cushman, a renowned expert in Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Dr. Cushman is a leading figure in musculoskeletal injuries and nerve disorders in athletes, and he serves as the team physician for v…
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Dr. David Jevotovsky is in the second year of a residency program at the Rusk Rehabilitation Institute at NYU Langone Health. A former graduate of NYU Grossman School of Medicine, he is keen on pursuing a fellowship in interventional pain medicine. Having experienced a traumatic brain injury during his medical training, he possesses a unique unders…
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In this episode, Megan talks with Jennifer about her journey in vet rehab. They dive into the topic of making vet rehab profitable and emphasize the importance of each team member in the process. Jennifer shares her experience of partnering with her employer and opening a standalone practice called Paws in Motion. She also opens up about the challe…
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We’re shining a spotlight on the amazing team of speech-language pathologists at Mary Free Bed. Welcome back to Rehabilitationships, a podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation. This is the podcast where we talk about the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. Whether it’s learning to navigate speech difficulties like aphasia, managing c…
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Host Gail Buhl is back for Part 2 of her in-depth discussion with Minnesota-based wildlife veterinarian Dr. Miranda Torkelson on the medical management of fox. In this episode, Gail and Dr. Miranda touch on topics ranging from the treatment of mange and other parasites to diets, handler safety, housing, and preparation for release. Dr. Miranda urge…
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Have you ever wondered how speech-language pathologists help patients improve their communication? Welcome back to Rehabilitationships, a podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation. This is the podcast where we talk about the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. For this next episode, we are doing another in our meet the team series. We…
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This unique episode features course directors Dr. Salvador Portugal, Dr. Surein Theivakumar, Dr. Julia Iafrate, Dr. Jina Libby and Dr. Haruki Ishii for the course taking place 6/7-6/9. The following link has more information, if you or anyone you know is interested in registering: https://www.pathlms.com/nyurusk/courses/66458.…
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Laura Clinton from Equicantis joins Megan to discuss her business's latest updates and improvements. The Equicantis updates incorporate a lot of business management systems to help save time and streamline processes such as client onboarding and vet consent. Learn more about Laura Clinton: https://equicantis.com/ Learn more about The Vet Rehab Summ…
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Dr. Jina Libby completed her PM&R residency in Michigan. Her dedication to that profession and sports medicine extends beyond clinical practice as she serves on the executive committee for the International Rehab and Global Health Committee of AAPM&R. Her fervor for education is evident through her commitment to teaching physical medicine and rehab…
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Jaclyn joins Megan to speak about her fears, challenges, and achievements in starting her own practice. She shares great advice for those who are starting out. Learn more about Jaclyn M. Coble: https://sealegsvet.com/ Learn more about the Vet Rehab Summit: https://vetrehabsummit.com/ Learn more about CuraCore: https://curacore.org/vet/ Download 20 …
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Gail Buhl welcomes wildlife veterinarian Dr. Miranda Torkelson for a two-part discussion about the medical management of red foxes. Dr. Miranda starts out with some of her origin story, which includes highlights from her ambitious career in wildlife medicine. Later in the episode, Gail and Dr. Miranda cover the basics of red fox natural history as …
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Mike Farrell and Ane Lloyd discuss the use of Librela for canine OA, with a specific focus on how rehabilitation goals and considerations can be impacted. Rapidly progressing OA, nervous system side effects, efficacy, and dosing are all discussed Learn more about Mike Farrell: https://www.vetlessons.com/ Learn more about the Vet Rehab Summit: https…
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In this thought-provoking episode, Anthony Schena, CCAT, delves into the often-overlooked topic of canine mental health, particularly as it relates to the rehabilitation process. Just like humans, our furry friends can experience anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges that impact their well-being and recovery. 🐶💭 Anthony discusses …
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Dr. Jina Libby completed her PM&R residency in Michigan. Her dedication to that profession and sports medicine extends beyond clinical practice as she serves on the executive committee for the International Rehab and Global Health Committee of AAPM&R. Her fervor for education is evident through her commitment to teaching physical medicine and rehab…
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Honor joins Megan to talk about her journey to becoming a Vetrehabber and starting her own business. She shares her strategies, what worked, and what didn't work. Learn more about Honor Jeffery: https://www.hjvpvetphysio.com/ Learn more about the Vet Rehab Summit: https://vetrehabsummit.com/ Learn more about CuraCore: https://curacore.org/vet/ Down…
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In episode 9, Gail Buhl welcomes Amanda Nicholson back to the podcast. If you missed Amanda's first appearance on Wildlife Rehabilitation: From Rescue To Release, check out season 2, episode 13. There she talks with Gail about social media best practices in wildlife rehabilitation. Amanda serves as Senior Vice President of the Wildlife Center of Vi…
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Kara joins Ane to chat about, can vet rehab be profitable. They discuss how the business model is not a replica of veterinary practice, how we must look at vet rehab within its own business model, and they discuss mindset, setting your prices, and diversifying income. Learn more about Kara Amstutz: https://www.caninerehabinstitute.com/ Learn more a…
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In this insightful episode, Meghan, our host, engages in a profound discussion about mental health with Dr. Morgan Cowan, a PGY-3 and administrative chief at UT Health PM&R. Dr. Cowan shares his personal journey and experiences with mental health during his 4th year of medical school, shedding light on the challenges he faced and how he sought help…
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Dr. Sharon Kolasinski is a professor of clinical medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Part 1 Her objectives in the presentation are to help listeners by learning about evidence-based treatment for patients with osteoarthritis (OA), to understand the process by whic…
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Shawn joins Megan to talk about her journey into veterinary rehab. Shawn had a profound realization that she had been stagnant professionally for about 10 years. This sparked a fire in her, leading her to specialize in veterinary rehab as a vet tech. She is currently preparing for her final exams in May and has committed to multiple courses and acc…
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On this episode, Dr. Victor Leite of Sao Paolo, Brazil, joins us to discuss the results of his team’s survey assessing rehabilitation practices during hematopoietic stem cell transplantation at major cancer centers in the United States. Dr. Leite discusses results including how patients are referred to rehabilitation services, how outcomes are obje…
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Gail Buhl is back with Part 2 of her discussion with Ruby Davis, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Director for the Carolina Wildlife Conservation Center. In Part 1, episode 8, Ruby discusses her origin story and the natural history of the striped skunk, a common skunk species in North America. Here in Part 2, Gail and Ruby do a deep dive into the rehabi…
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Tanya Grantham joins Ane to talk about puppy bone growth and development. They discuss bone growth from 6 days to 22 months, activity levels and exercise, what impacts bone development and so much more. Learn more about Tanya Grantham: https://ahah.co.za/ Download the Puppy Exercise Guide: https://onlinepethealth.com/puppyexercise/ Learn more about…
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Dr. Sharon Kolasinski is a professor of clinical medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. Part 1 Her objectives in the presentation are to help listeners by learning about evidence-based treatment for patients with osteoarthritis (OA), to understand the process by whic…
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Cara joins Megan to talk about her journey and how she started a clinic from the ground up. She speaks about partnering with VROMP and the benefits of that. Learn more about Cara McNamee: https://rvmga.com/ Learn more about The Vet Rehab Summit 2024: https://vetrehabsummit.com/ Learn more about CuraCore: https://curacore.org/vet/ To learn about Onl…
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Host Gail Buhl welcomes Ruby Davis, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Director for Carolina Wildlife Conservation Center. There, she oversees the center’s rehabilitation, along with the training and mentoring of staff and volunteers. This was an in-depth conversation, so we've divided it into two parts. In part 1, Gail and Ruby cover Ruby's origin story …
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We’re back with another episode of Rehabilitationships, a podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation. Every episode we are highlighting the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. In this episode, we meet Jill and Sam Smalldon, a mother and son whose lives were forever changed by a devastating car accident. Sam suffered a traumatic brain i…
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Kevin joins Megan to speak about his blog Can Non-Veterinary Practitioners "Diagnose" and "Treat". They explore this topic from different angles emphasizing the importance of recognizing everyone's strengths in your team and being humble enough to recognize your weaknesses and step aside when there is someone else more suited to help a patient. Lea…
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Dr. Natalie Azar is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine & Rheumatology at NYU Langone Health. Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, she is a designated long Covid provider in rheumatology. Her practice locations are at the Langone orthopedic center and Washington Square, and she has been in private practice since 2001. A gra…
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Ashley joins Megan to chat about how she started her practice with her husband and the pros and cons of working with your spouse. Ashley shares her marketing strategy and her client recruitment strategy. Learn more about Ashley Wiltshire: https://www.scubasams.com/ Learn more about our The Vet Rehab Summit: https://vetrehabsummit.com/ Learn more ab…
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In the 50th episode of #RehabCast, host Dr. Bill Niehaus engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Julia To Dutka, EdD, Bruce M. Gans, MD, and Richard Oliver, PhD about their study, "Delivering Rehabilitation Care Around the World: Voices From the Field" (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2023.03.009). This conversation sheds light on global reha…
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In this insightful episode, Anthony Schena, CCAT, delves into the importance of creating environments that nurture healing and recovery in the world of canine rehabilitation. This episode offers valuable insights for both professionals and pet owners looking to create the best possible spaces for their furry friends' recovery. 🩺🏠 Before diving into…
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Host Gail Buhl is back for a Part 2 with guest Tim Jasinski to talk about the wild fostering of the Canada Goose. In Part 2, Tim and Gail get further into topics such as goose behavior, understanding flocks, gender differences, how goslings develop, and techniques in wild fostering of goslings in their journey to independence. Next episode, Gail we…
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Anna Lee Sanders joins Ane live to talk about therapeutic exercises and training principles to improve clarity and understanding, and ultimately to achieve correct muscle recruitment patterns and strengthening. This Facebook Live is full of so much knowledge. Learn more about Ann Lee Sanders: https://canineconditioningcoach.com/ Learn more about ou…
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Dr. Natalie Azar is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine & Rheumatology at NYU Langone Health. Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, she is a designated long Covid provider in rheumatology. Her practice locations are at the Langone orthopedic center and Washington Square, and she has been in private practice since 2001. A gra…
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