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  • Moving Forward With Move Forward Radio's Most Popular Podcasts of 2018

    APTA's popular Move Forward Radio helps you connect with your patients and clients. It's an interview series that features patients, PT and PTA experts, and even the occasional celebrity discussing physical therapy's role in a wide range of issues. In 2018, the podcast kept that tradition alive and well.

    But don't take our word for it: check out the 5 most popular Move Forward Radio podcasts of 2018.

    The Benefits of Exercise on Brain Health
    There’s a growing body of evidence that being physically active benefits brain health and can help slow the decline in brain function that come with age. In this episode, Joyce Gomes-Osman, PT, PhD, discusses her latest research about overall physical activity on brain health. She and her research associates have concluded that when it comes to brain health, the overall and cumulative effect of physical activity is what’s most important.

    Avoiding Muscle Atrophy When Injured
    Individuals who work out regularly can become anxious after they've experienced an injury that keeps them from exercising—worrying about what will happen to their bodies, when they can return to exercise, and how much their age might affect recovery. Ryan Balmes, PT, a board-certified clinical specialist in both sports physical therapy and orthopaedic physical therapy, addresses those concerns and more.

    Beyond Opioids: Transforming Pain Management to Improve Health
    On February 5, 2018, APTA convened a panel of 7 experts to discuss how pain management in America can be transformed to move beyond opioids and improve the health of society. “Beyond Opioids: Transforming Pain Management to Improve Health” was broadcast live on Facebook and included the debut of APTA’s latest public service announcement for the #ChoosePT campaign. This special episode of Move Forward Radio provides full audio from that event.

    Bowel Health: What You Should Know
    Though it may be uncomfortable to discuss, bowel health is important. Improper habits can develop in childhood and follow us into adulthood, or issues can arise through sickness, sensitivities, microbiome changes, pain, or various diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, and diverticulitis. Jenn Davia, PT, DPT, a board-certified clinical specialist in women's health, discusses matters that most of us might like to keep behind closed doors, including breaking bad habits, why proper positioning is important, and tips to achieve good bowel health.

    Fourth Trimester: What Is It and Why Is It Important?
    Fourth trimester is the term used to describe the weeks and early months after delivery, when the baby has been born but health care involvement remains vitally important to ensure optimal recovery from pregnancy for the mother, and optimal postpartum care of the child. Carrie Pagliano, PT, DPT, a board-certified clinical specialist in both women's health physical therapy and orthopaedic physical therapy, as well as president of APTA’s Section on Women’s Health, discusses why women should be sure to check in with a physical therapist who specializes in women’s health before, during, and after pregnancy.

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