by Melanie Hamilton-Basich
In this year’s Rehab Management Buyer’s Guide, you’ll find information about companies that provide what you and your clients need for rehabilitation, including contact information and detailed categories to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. A valuable resource to be sure, but that’s not all we have to offer. In addition to feature-length articles, throughout the year Rehab Management serves as a rehab resource for information about techniques, products, and industry news vital to your practice via www.rehabpub.com, our enewsletters, and on social media.
Now, we also have a bunch of new podcasts on the way as part of the MEDQOR Podcast Network. If you haven’t already, I highly recommend you go listen to our newest episodes. Not only will you find content from Rehab Management, but also podcast episodes about interesting topics covering a wide range of healthcare professions.
In our podcast episode “Dual Task in Return to Sport After Concussion”, I talk with Mike Studer, PT, DPT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA, and president of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates Inc, who shares how physical therapists can use dual task testing and training to help athletes return to sport.
If you’re interested in learning more about industrial rehab and possibly even expanding your services to include this specialty, check out the episode “Why Offer Industrial Therapy Services?” with Virginia “Ginnie” Marshall (Halling), PT, CEO of DSI Work Solutions and Glenda Key, founder and CEO of KEY Functional Assessments Network. We discuss how physical therapists work with employers to help employees recover from injuries and to create programs that help maintain a healthy workforce.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
As always, I’d love to get your input on content. What would you like to hear about in a future podcast? Is there someone in particular you think would make a great guest? Would you like to be part of one of our podcasts yourself? Feel free to contact me directly at [email protected]
In addition to the MEDQOR Podcast Network, Rehab Management shares content pertinent to rehab professionals daily. So you don’t miss out on any important info, join us on social media. Make sure to follow Rehab Management on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
Better yet, once you’ve started following us and see our posts in your feeds, take the extra step to like or even comment on the ones you find most interesting and get a discussion going. It might lead to some great insights that could help you and others like you. And don’t forget to share posts that you think your colleagues would find useful as well.
Looking to expand your network and message me about what’s going on in the field and what you’d like to see in Rehab Management? Let’s connect on LinkedIn. Here’s my profile link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanie-hamilton-basich-bb29375.
With our new podcast episodes, feature-length articles, and news content to keep looking forward to, you can continue to count on Rehab Management as an essential rehab resource.
Melanie Hamilton-Basich is chief editor of Rehab Management.