therapists who have changed their care models to adapt to the COVID-19
health crisis discussed how they modified their practices in response
to the pandemic, and will share innovative strategies to provide
physical therapist services to patients in need. This recording includes Q&A from participants.
Intended Audience: Physical therapist assistants, physical therapists, and students of physical therapy
Access Recording: Facebook Live Recorded Event (Recorded Wednesday April 8, 2020)
Patrick Cayen PT, MBA Canadian Registered Physiotherapist since 1995. Graduate in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa, also holds an MBA from Queen’s University in 2001. Owner and Managing Partner of Ottawa Valley Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine est. 1997, which is comprised of 4 Multidisciplinary Clinics throughout the Ottawa Valley.
Josh D'Angelo is a doctor of physical therapy and board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist who has co-founded and directed global organizations centered around improving access to care and innovating health care delivery. D’Angelo serves as CEO & president of MovementX, whose mission is to help people move their best, so they can live their best. MovementX believes that empowered providers empower their patients and has developed technology to support the delivery of premium, convenient services. MovementX's flexible infrastructure has enabled them to quickly adapt to support the creative delivery of safe, effective care during the current COVID-19 global health pandemic.
Pam Balla Dibblee, PT, DPT, received her BS in biology from the University of Iowa, physical therapy degree from the University of Illinois-Chicago, and DPT from Regis University in Denver, where she is completing her fellowship in orthopedic manual therapy. She is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist. Dibblee currently serves as a co-chair of the APTA’s Council on Health Systems Physical Therapy subcommittee on Quality. She currently is employed as an internal process control coordinator for Intermountain Healthcare working on the standardization of care, clinical and professional development, and quality improvement. Dibblee has worked on implementing clinical practice guidelines for total knee arthroplasty, patellofemoral pain, and shoulder across the Intermountain system.
Kimberly Richards, PT, DPT, is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist and a certified applied prevention and health promotion therapist. She has been a physical therapist since 2006 and, in addition to treating patients for traditional rehabilitation, Richards works with individual clients, community groups, municipalities, and corporations for population health promotion and disease and injury prevention. She also has an extensive background working with dancers and circus artists both in rehabilitating injuries and developing injury prevention programs. Richards works at A Step Ahead Physical Therapy in Roswell, Georgia, and is an adjunct faculty member for Georgia State University's doctor of physical therapy program.
Listen to the podcast below: