…to brush up on our respiratory intervention skills. These are my bread and butter. In the six years that I practiced in home healthcare, I learned to love these skills I never thought I’d need. And the more I grew to love them, the more I loved using them. But that means seeing the patientsContinue reading “We’ve never had a better reason…”
Hey everyone, I continue to receive numerous texts, emails, phone calls, and messages asking how the heck PTs are supposed to keep practicing amidst the trials of COVID-19. The laws are changing constantly, states are laying down practice restrictions, and payers are opening up and expanding, but amidst all that, many of us feel lost.Continue reading “The Why”
Check out this TEDx video from Alanna Shaikh, a global health expert. What do you think about Alanna’s perspective? Let me know in the comments!
We finally have enough research and enough answers and enough patients and enough confirmed cases that have received care. We can start making some recommendations and have at least a minimal amount of evidence for some guidelines on treatment. The World Confederation of Physical Therapy has published acute care guidelines for care of patients withContinue reading “The Best We Can Do (So Far)…”
Depending on your setting and expertise, you may or may not be asked to take on a special role during this time. There are some resources to assist you from the World Confederation of Physical Therapy. But don’t feel like you have to do everything. We have such a varied skill set as a professionContinue reading “Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It…”