Check out the new series from Doctor B the PT:
Chronic Disease Management
Have you ever wondered what more you can do for a patient who has a chronic disease? Within your scope of practice as a Physical Therapists, there are endless ways we can go about improving the value and quality of our patient care. This is what I do every day. It’s not so much about learning new ways to treat patients, but learning new ways to apply what we already know.
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The Pulmonary Rehab Toolbox
Do you need to learn some respiratory interventions quickly?
A special blog series featuring all the most important concepts you’ll need to know to treat your patients right away! Keep checking back for a new topic in the Pulmonary Rehab Toolbox! Want updates whenever I post something new? Follow my blog here!
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This article can be read for free on MedBridge! Click the link below! Could the cardiotoxic effects of monocloncal antibody treatment be contributing to the ongoing effects experienced by those with long COVID? Let me know what you think in the comments!
I took a trip to Denver recently and, right around the same time, was consulted regarding the use of a pulse oximeter at high altitudes. It all got me thinking: how different could it really be to practice at 9,000ft? So, I did some work on this and I have to tell you, finding thisContinue reading “Altitude Medicine: Rehab at the Peak”
All that work on intra-abdominal pressure really kept taking me down the road of incontinence management, but that post was already long enough, so this one is going to get it’s own feature. I work with patients on managing urinary incontinence in every setting, so let me take you through some basics of how toContinue reading “Chronic Disease Part 3: Urinary Incontinence – Part 1”
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When COVID Comes Home
We are learning so much about treating COVID-19! Here is a comprehensive guide to sub-acute and outpatient rehab care!
Updated regularly to reflect developing evidence
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A Historical Perspective:
How Physical Therapists Function in Times of Pandemic,
Epidemic, and Crisis.
My friend and colleague Afrin Mandlik, PT, and I discuss some important topics about COVID-19. We also take a look back through time at how PTs have responded to crises in history.
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Who is Doctor B (the PT)?
Kaelee Brockway is a Physical Therapist and Educator who works with patients, professionals, and students to improve their lives through activity and education.
Kaelee is a firm believer in attacking complexity head-on, always reaching for more, and challenging the status quo when it comes to providing quality therapy and education.
Kaelee is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy and an Advanced Credentialed Exercise Expert for Aging Adults. She has experience working in almost every setting that typically has a PT!
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