The 3 D’s: Dementia, Delirium, and Depression with Dr. Kenneth Miller

At the Voice of the Patient, we are dedicated to enhancing our ability as health care providers to truly listen to others and to establish a therapeutic alliance. In some cases, we can benefit from listening to the experience and mindset of other providers, such as Dr. Kenneth Miller. Dr. Miller is a physical therapist and […]

3 Things I Would Tell Myself Before Internships

I graduate next month. It feels surreal. I’ve learned so many lessons over the last three years, especially during my clinical rotations. Going out on internships during PT school is exciting, because it’s time to get into the clinic and — you know — do therapist things. No more Scantrons, very few Powerpoints, but just as […]

The STarT Back Screening Tool is Changing Physical Therapy

Forecasting is tough work. Whether one is a meteorologist or a stock broker, it takes guts to make a prediction. The same applies to making predictions in the physical therapy profession. The beauty of a prediction is that it is testable. We can look at a set of data, make a reasonable guess about what […]