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DDSIG Journal Club (Shared screen with speaker view)
Mary Beth Osborne
41:50
Yes--I can see it
Parm Padgett
57:58
People can unmet or add to thoughts to the chat.
Parm Padgett
58:07
oops…Unmute...
Mary Beth Osborne
01:01:46
Well said!
Mary Beth Osborne
01:02:59
Interesting model, Alicia
Katy Hendron
01:03:13
Agree. Great idea and able to follow patients too
Mary Beth Osborne
01:03:16
I think the PD exercise groups I have seen/heard about are successful
Mary Beth Osborne
01:06:56
OP Neuro
Mary Beth Osborne
01:07:12
caseload is pretty heavy with PD--prob 30%
Sara Crandall
01:07:42
Hi all! I’m a PT practicing outpatient neuro at Spaulding in Medford MA (near Boston); I run a PD community exercise class and see a lot of people in PT as well
Unknown Speaker
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01:07:46 emilypolakowski: I’m a new grad working in outpatient ortho/neuro mix - hoping to increase my PD population with more experience
Unknown Speaker
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01:07:58 Jenny: I am about to start a DPT program in the fall! My experience with people with Parkinsons was mainly through my senior internship at a wellness center at a retirement community in a personal training setting.
Unknown Speaker
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01:09:30 Stacy: I am a DPT student (degree conferred August 2018). I was a personal trainer for 10 years (working with PD). I am LSVT BIG and Rock Steady Boxing certified. Prior to making the descision to become a PT. I think that the contiuum of care for any patient population is important. The ability to have strong community-based partnerships to provide a contiuum of care between skilled and unskilled interventions is important.
Mary Beth Osborne
01:12:54
we mainly use Borg
Mary Beth Osborne
01:15:17
We really don't
Mary Beth Osborne
01:19:15
interesting!
Mary Beth Osborne
01:23:31
true
Mary Beth Osborne
01:24:57
6MW
Parm Padgett
01:25:01
6 MWT
Sara Crandall
01:25:04
also big fan of 6mwt
Mary Beth Osborne
01:25:04
Not great about participation measures
Parm Padgett
01:25:10
PDQ-39
Sara Crandall
01:25:25
use pdq 8 (may or may not be a bootlegged version)
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:27:16 emilypolakowski: I’ve lent out Fitbits a few times for patients to use to get an objective measure of what they’re doing in a week
Mary Beth Osborne
01:31:13
Maybe a patient-friendly handout on the evidence that supports neuroprotective benefits of exercise
Sara Crandall
01:32:41
Thanks!