Wednesday, January 16, 2019 The Good Stuff: Members and the Profession in the Media, January 2019 "The Good Stuff," is an occasional series that highlights recent media coverage of physical therapy and APTA members, with an emphasis on good news and stories of how individual PTs and PTAs are transforming health care and society every day. Enjoy! The PT as gaitkeeper: Colleen Brough, PT, DPT, MS, and Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, talks about the importance of gait analysis to help prevent injury in runners. (CNN) Quotable: "Our profession right now is the sleeping giant." – Sharna Prasad, PT, on the role of physical therapy in contributing to a better understanding of pain and pain treatment. (Straight Shot Health podcast) An exemplary Navy PT: Marissa Greene, PT, DPT, has been selected as the 2018 Navy Medicine Physical Therapist of the Year. (Defense Visual Information Distribution Service) Guarding the rear: Carrie Pagliano, PT, DPT, discusses the ways sciatica can include pain in the backside. (Women's Health) On a roll(er): Jeffrey Yellin, PT, explains the importance of taking the right approach to the use of foam rollers. (Bustle.com) Living his dream: Brett Bousquet, PT, DPT, and Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, describes his role as a PT for the Milwaukee Bucks. (Pacific University, Oregon, Alumni News) Punching back at PD: Kristin Hawley, PT, shares the benefits of the Rock Steady Boxing program for individuals with Parkinson Disease. (Muscatine, Iowa, Voice of Muscatine) Quotable: “Physical therapy taught me that, even though I was depressed and sad about hurting, movement felt good." – Karla Pankow, whose lifestyle changes (including regular physical therapy) led to a 100-pound weight loss. (NBC News) Got some good stuff? Let us know. Send a link to firstname.lastname@example.org.