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  • 00:30

    Emotional Physical Therapy Phase I

    in Sports

    Today's episode discusses Emotional Physical Therapy and potential for Real Healing with consistent self-care practice.
    Phase I of the 4-Part Program is "Detoxification" 
    Emotions Energy What "Detox" does A FREE 30-minute Webinar, "Transforming Your WANTS Into INTENTIONS, Wednesday October 24, 2012 6:00-6:30 pm EDT will demonstrate to participants the process of Emotional Physical Therapy.
    To REGISTER for the FREE 30-minute Webinar: http://www.anymeeting.com/drdamwhite

  • 00:40

    Physical Therapy Revelations for Parkinson's

    in Health

    Walter Mady, retired Physical Therapist and Exercise Specialist of thirty years, is my guest on the radio show today. Walter was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in 2008. He currently treats his symptoms using a combination of eastern and western approaches including exercise, ayurvedic medicine, Qigong and medications. 

  • 00:19

    Physical Therapy: A Potential Boon for Seniors

    in Health

    eCareDiary will speak to Karena Wu, owner and clinical director of ActiveCare Physical Therapy, about what physiotherapy is and how it benefits seniors through many conditions.

  • 00:20

    Treatment for Spinal Stenosis: Comparing Physical Therapy and Surgery

    in Health

    May 21, 2015: Spinal stenosis is a degenerative disease that causes a narrowing within vertebrae of the spinal column that results in pressure on the spinal cord. And while it may sound like a serious problem in need of an invasive medical procedure (such as surgery), a recently published study in the the Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that surgery should be considered only when other more conservative treatments, such as physical therapy, fail.

    In this episode, we’ll talk to one of the authors of the study, physical therapist Anthony Delitto, PT, PhD, FAPTA, of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, about treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis and what patients need to know about options to avoid going under the knife.

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    Read more about spinal stenosis on MoveForwardPT.com.

  • 00:20

    Childhood Cancer and Physical Therapy

    in Health

    September 10, 2014: According to the American Childhood Cancer Organization, approximatelyt 13,400 children between the ages of birth and 19 years of age are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States, and approximately one quarter of them will not survive the disease. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, during which supporters of the fight against childhood cancer are encouraged to wear gold ribbons.

    One of the many who will "go gold" this month is Roya Giordano, whose 13-year-old son Mathias has osteosarcoma - a bone cancer that developed in his right leg.  In this episode, Roya shares her family's journey with the disease, and talks about the special bond Mathias has developed with his physical therapist Mike Reing, PT, DPT, whose work with Mathias is all about preserving his quality of life.

    Read more about pediatric physical therapy at MoveForwardPT.com

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  • 00:29

    7 Myths About Physical Therapy

    in Health

    October 9, 2014: People everywhere experience the transformative effects physical therapy can have on their daily lives. In fact, as experts in the way the body moves, physical therapists help people of all ages and abilities reduce pain, improve or restore mobility, and stay active and fit throughout life. But there are some common misconceptions that often discourage people from visiting a physical therapist.

    In celebration of National Physical Therapy Month during October, the American Physical Therapy Association addresses and debunks the top "7 Myths About Physical Therapy." In this episode, a physical therapist addresses each of the 7 myths, and the actual facts, about physical therapy.

    Read more about the 7 Myths About Physical Therapy and National Physical Therapy Month at MoveForwardPT.com.

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  • 00:23

    Infantile Scoliosis and Pediatric Physical Therapy

    in Health

    August 5, 2014: By the time Linda Cook took her 10-month old son Evan to his 4-month check-up, she was convinced he had scoliosis. Evan was having trouble breathing, he was losing strength and range of motion, and he had a noticeable hump around his ribs. Tests confirmed that Linda was right.

    In this episode, Linda discusses what a rare condition infantile scoliosis is, what it's like to be part of her son's physical therapy team, and the big gains her little patient is making. Evan's pediatric physical therapist joins her.

    Read more about pediatric physical therapy at MoveForwardPT.com

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  • 02:38

    Your Meaning of Thanks. The Meaning of Thanksgiving. Urban Therapy with Sun #158

    in Lifestyle

    On tonight’s show we are talking about everything Thanksgiving. From the history of Thanksgiving, how it got started to what you do on the “big day” to what we are thankful for and everything in-between. This is our Thanksgiving Show and our monthly Co Host Medical Intuitive and Healer Shenice Jones will be joining us and will be doing live on air free intuitive readings

    Shenice is a healer, medical intuitive and oracle card reader. She has being doing readings for 10 years and has a Healing and Intuitive business. She also has her own blog talk radio show called the Oracle Treehouse that airs live Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3pm eastern time.

    Join sun752 and Shenice tonight as they talk about everything Thanksgiving and call in to the show to receive a free live on air free reading.

  • Journal Club: Journal of Music Therapy Summer 2015

    in Health

    Dr. Meganne Masko and I discuss the research published in the Journal of Music Therapy Volume 52 Number 2. This edition features msuic therapy research for infants with Down Syndrome, Canadian Music Therapy Internships, Improvisation with Autistic children, and Dialectical Behavior Thrapy. Plus a book review of Music Therapy Handbook edited by Barbara Wheeler!

  • 01:00

    Bhyy: Physical Health and Exercise

    in Culture

    Shalom Ladies, welcome back.

    Tonight we are discussing the importance of physical health and exercise. We know that spiritual strength is important, but physical health is just as important. As servants of Yah we have to look at things from more than one perspective, otherwise we will be caught off guard. Physical Health and Exercise is not about skinny vs. fat, its about healthy hearts and endurance. As women, it is imperative we know how to defende ourselves. Join us at 347-633-9606

  • 00:32

    Online Conference for Music Therapy

    in Health

    Members of the OCMT organizing committee will join me to talk about the 2016 Online Conference: Expanding Horizons in Music Therapy. This 24-hour worldwide online conference will be held February 6th, 2016!

    The OCMT is a grassroots initiative with big dreams; in 2015 we became a non-profit organization. As a non-profit organization the OCMT will ensure good quality, peer reviewed research and information will be accessible by all Music Therapists around the world; therein by preserving our profession, the quality of our methodology and ultimately improving interventions for our clients.

    The idea is to provide an online service to allow music therapists from around the world to connect and share educative experiences about their work and profession. For now the OCMT is a conference, but maybe later, as an organization it could well become an open forum with a variety of thematic chambers where members could chat, share solutions for some issues or simply get re-energized or feel empowered and less isolated.

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