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Getting a Transitional DPT Degree

In this podcast episode, Melanie Hamilton-Basich of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products talks with Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA, and co-founder and co-owner of Spark Rehabilitation and Wellness in Bend, Ore, about his experience attending a transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy program and why obtaining this degree was the right choice for him.

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White Paper Describes Surgery Solution for Neurological Conditions

NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation releases “Thin-Film Electrodes Show Potential for Transforming Neurosurgery,” a white paper exploring recent advances in thin-film technology that may offer a less invasive, more cost-effective solution to enhance neurosurgery for people with brain conditions, including epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, essential tremors and pain management for failed back surgery syndrome.

Try These Ideas to Create a Patient-Reported Outcomes Culture

Clinicians get excited about embracing a clinical culture of patient-reported outcomes when they understand “the why.” Listen to this special podcast and in less than 15 minutes you’ll hear multiple real-world strategies therapy clinics are using to successfully build enthusiasm that gets clinicians to embrace the processes around collecting and utilizing this data—for the benefit of the patient as well as their own quality benchmarks.

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FOTO Summit: What You Missed

Coming Tuesday, October 28, a new podcast will take you into the FOTO Summit in Knoxville, Tenn, where therapists who attended the summit will share their key takeaways from the event and how the information shared by speakers and other users take their FOTO savvy to the next level.

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Guide and Webinar Offer Education About Cognitive Changes in Parkinson’s Disease

New from The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) is “Navigating Cognitive Changes in Parkinson’s Disease,” a free guide to help educate patients and families about potential thinking and memory symptoms in Parkinson’s, provide practical strategies to work through cognitive changes, and share the latest research and therapies.

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