Skip to main content
Examining the History of Pain and How to Reshape How It Is Treated

Apr 30, 2019 / Podcast

What is pain and what are the most effective and least harmful ways for health care providers to address it?

Using Telehealth to Help Patients with Advanced Cancer Improve Quality of Life

Jun 20, 2019 / Podcast

Can patients with advanced cancer benefit from telehealth therapy to help maintain function and quality of life?

NASCAR and the Role of Physical Therapy

Mar 7, 2019 / Podcast

Jena Gatses, the first full-time female physical therapist and strength coach in NASCAR, shares her experiences treating racecar drivers and other high-profile clients, including actor Mark Wahlberg.

Success Story: Recovering from Total Shoulder Replacement with Dry Needling

Oct 10, 2013 / Podcast

The pain in Pam Pelton's shoulder was so severe she couldn't sleep. Then she tried dry needling with her physical therapist.

Living With Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Aug 8, 2017 / Podcast

Victoria Graham attempts to go through each day with the positivity of a beauty pageant champion, but behind her smile is almost constant pain.

Success Story: Recovery from Traumatic Leg Injury

Oct 17, 2013 / Podcast

A water skiing accident nearly led to amputation. But surgeons saved her foot, and Linda Conklin began physical therapy determined to put it to good use.

Tips for Track and Field Athletes

Aug 23, 2016 / Podcast

The 2016 Olympic Games showcased the track and field sport, which may best exemplify the Olympic motto, "Citius, Altius, Forius" - "Faster, Higher, Stronger."

Benefits of Early Physical Therapy Treatment for Sciatica

Nov 5, 2020 / Podcast

Is a wait-and-see approach to sciatica (back pain that radiates to the leg) needlessly prolonging pain? Physical therapist Julie Fritz answers that question and more.

Risks of Youth Sports Specialization

May 6, 2016 / Podcast

A physical therapist discusses the potential dangers of sports specialization for young athletes.

Avoiding Baseball Injuries

May 6, 2014 / Podcast

Former Los Angeles Dodgers head physical therapist and trainer Sue Falsone discusses how professional baseball players endure the rigors of a long season.