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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Collaborative Care for Varied Needs

Apr 6, 2015 / Podcast

According to the CDC, one in 68 children in the United States have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Safe Pain Management for Children

Jul 14, 2016 / Podcast

A lot of statistics are known about the adult use of these prescription painkillers. But adults are not the only ones having pain, or being prescribed opioids.

Success Story: Infantile Scoliosis and Pediatric Physical Therapy

Aug 5, 2014 / Podcast

Infantile scoliosis is rare, but a 4-month is making significant improvement in strength and range of motion through pediatric physical therapy.

Beyond Opioids: Justin Minyard’s Journey to Gain Control Over Chronic Pain

Sep 12, 2019 / Podcast

After many years of opioid dependency, Justin Minyard was introduced to a balanced approach to pain management, including physical therapy, and regained control of his pain and his life.

ESPN's Stephania Bell on ACL Injuries and Fantasy Sports

Apr 3, 2013 / Podcast

Physical therapist and ESPN injury analyst Stephania Bell describes ACL injuries and gives insight about her unique career.

Heart Health and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Feb 12, 2015 / Podcast

February is American Heart Month. In the U.S., 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease, and 720,000 Americans will have a heart attack.

Treating Pelvic Pain in Transgender People: Keys to Respectful Care

May 16, 2019 / Podcast

Pelvic floor issues can be physically and emotionally painful — and embarrassing — for anyone. For a person who is transgender these issues can be multiplied.

Adapt to Overcome: A Young Woman's Journey to Paralympic Swimming

Oct 25, 2019 / Podcast

Alyssa was born with arthrogryposis, a rare condition that causes rigid joints. She became a world-class swimmer. Physical therapy empowered her.

The Benefits of Exercise on Brain Health

Jul 29, 2018 / Podcast

The health benefits of physical activity are well known. Now there's a growing body of evidence that it benefits the brain and can help slow decline that comes with age.

Muscle Soreness: What's Normal, What's Not?

Sep 15, 2015 / Podcast

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness describes the muscle pain and stiffness felt one to 3 days after intense exercise.