Ep 78: Managing the condition that breaks all the rules - pacing and post-exertion symptom exacerbation, with Dr Todd Davenport
In part 1 of this 2-part series on post-exertion symptom exacerbation, Dr Todd Davenport explained what post-exertion symptom exacerbation is, what it feels like, and how to test and monitor it. In part 2, we dive into pacing - the less is more approach to managing post-exertion symptom exacerbation that will challenge you to think differently about how you prescribe exercise and what the goals of therapy are for people who are living with post-exertion symptom exacerbation.Long COVID physio: https://longcovid.physio/ World Physio COVID-19 briefing papers (including briefing paper #9 on safe rehabilitation approaches for people living with long covid): https://world.physio/covid-19-information-hub/covid-19-briefing-papers WorkWell Foundation: https://workwellfoundation.org/resources/
Ep 77: Less is more—the mindset shift clinicians need for long COVID, ME and other post-viral illness, with Dr Todd Davenport
How prepared are you to support someone who is living with post-exertion symptom exacerbation? Dr Todd Davenport wants to start a conversation about re-imagining the way most of us have thought about fatigue, physical activity and exercise. Tune in to learn more about post-exertion symptom exacerbation, including what it feels like, and how to test and monitor it.For a deeper dive on post-exertion symptom exacerbation, check out the JOSPT blog:Lessons for long COVID from myalgic encephalomyelitis: https://www.jospt.org/do/10.2519/jospt.blog.20220202/full/Abnormal physiologic response during acute exercise: https://www.jospt.org/do/10.2519/jospt.blog.20220209/full/
Ep 44: Diagnosing and treating ankle sprains—updates to the 2013 CPG, with Dr Todd Davenport
Dr Todd Davenport joins Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to share the headlines from the fresh, updated clinical practice guideline (CPG) for lateral ankle sprains and chronic ankle instability. We discuss the advantages of prophylactic bracing, how ankle dorsiflexion influences mechanics, the importance of neurodynamic control, and why ice is no longer #1.Download the CPG here: https://www.jospt.org/doi/10.2519/jospt.2021.0302
Persistent Pain and the Opioid Crisis: An Author Interview with Dr Todd Davenport
The PTJ Podcast
Editor-in-Chief Alan Jette interviews Dr. Davenport, who provides a population health perspective and actionable suggestions for clinicians. He notes that “even back in 1999, Boissonnault found that over a quarter of patients had a prescription for narcotics in outpatient physical therapy practice, so… the risk for opioid addictions in the average physical therapy outpatient waiting room is potentially higher than out in the general community.” Dr. Davenport is coauthor of “Navigating the Intersection Between Persistent Pain and the Opioid Crisis: Population Health Perspectives for Physical Therapy.” https://academic.oup.com/ptj/article-abstract/100/6/995/5771046
Todd Davenport- DPT Program Modifications for the Future Clinician, Educator, & Researcher
The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
Todd Davenport, Full Professor at the University of the Pacific Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program, comes on The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast again to discuss the organizations that play a role in DPT education and the economics of universities. Todd also brings the perspective on DPT program directors who not have a terminal academic degree and he makes the case to consider the DPT as a terminal academic degree to enter academia and much more. Todd's Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/sunsopeningband American Physical Therapy Association Website: http://www.apta.org/ Academy of Physical Therapy Education Website: https://aptaeducation.org/home-page.cfm The American Council of Academic Physical Therapy Website:https://www.acapt.org/ The Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Website: http://www.fsbpt.org/ Commission of Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education Website: http://www.capteonline.org/home.aspx University of the Pacific DPT Program Website: https://www.pacific.edu/academics/schools-and-colleges/thomas-j-long-school-of-pharmacy-and-health-sciences/academics/doctor-of-physical-therapy.html Todd's First Interview on The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on "What Makes A Great Educator?": https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/todd-davenport-what-makes-a-great-educator/id1244609366?i=1000386759637&mt=2 Todd's Interview on Talus Media Talks on "Gun Violence and Social Determinants of Health": https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gun-violence-social-determinants-health-todd-davenport/id1255575461?i=1000419886445&mt=2 Todd’s Interview on Pain Reframed podcast discussing Population Health and Social Determinants of Health: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/51-population-health-social-determinants-health-dr/id1223789711?i=1000407125666&mt=2 Todd’s Interview on Healthcare Disruption podcast on population health: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-27-if-were-gonna-talk-disruption-we-must-talk-pop/id1261571234?i=1000407711871&mt=2 The PT Hustle Website: https://www.thepthustle.com/ Schedule an Appointment with Kyle Rice: www.passtheptboards.com HET LITE Tool: www.pteducator.com/het Anywhere Healthcare: https://anywhere.healthcare/ (code: HET) Biography: TODD E. DAVENPORT, PT, DPT, MPH, OCS serves as tenured full Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy in the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, where he teaches in the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. He is an Full Professor and Program Director at University of Pacific DPT program. Dr. Davenport is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s DPT and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency programs. He is a past clinical research fellow at the Warren G. Magnusson Clinical Center at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, where his work included construction and validation of function-based physical capacity tests for patients with chronic fatiguing illnesses. Dr. Davenport is a graduate of the Master of Public Health program at the Berkeley campus of the University of California. Dr. Davenport's clinical and research interests, as a physical therapist, broadly have included the effect of iatrogenic loading on the neuromusculoskeletal system in health and pathology. His main focus involves outcomes research and evidence synthesis in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. Dr. Davenport is also interested in the epidemiology of noncommunicable diseases, as well as program planning and evaluation as they relate to the prevention of injuries and chronic diseases. Dr. Davenport has authored articles describing clinical reasoning processes for the symptom-based diagnosis of pathology by physical therapists in order to determine the appropriateness of physical therapy and guide intervention. Dr. Davenport is an International Editorial Review Board Member of the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, as well as a reviewer for several journals in the fields of rehabilitation and rheumatology. Dr. Davenport is the recipient of several distinguished service, teaching, and research publication awards. In addition to his academic and service work, Dr. Davenport practices at the Kaiser Permanente Stockton Medical Office.
Gun Violence & Social Determinants of Health with Todd Davenport, PT, DPT, MPH, OCS
Talus Media Talks
In this episode, Todd Davenport joins host Rachel Jermann to break down the social determinants of health (#sdoh), and the impact of gun violence on physical therapists. They discuss the following questions: What are the social determinants of health? We have to help the patient in front of us...but how does that translate to helping solve he "upstream" issues? Gun control has been a political hot topic with the recent spate of shootings. How does gun violence impact the PT profession? The American Physical Therapy Association recently voted to support essential health benefits (EHBs) despite the controversy surrounding reproductive rights and EHBs. Is this a good shift in the profession? What do you think it means? Talus Media Talks is a subsidiary of Talus Media: The PT News Project. You can find physical therapy news on our sister channel, Talus Media News. Check us out on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram @TalusMedia, and head to our website at talusmedia.org for more information.
#53: Sept 17, 2018: International Association for the Study of Pain, Apple Watch Adds EKG, APTA Nominations Open, & Gun Violence with Todd Davenport
Talus Media News
It’s Monday, September 17, 2018. Our thoughts go out to all those who are affected by Hurricane Florence. At the recording of this episode, Hurricane Florence had been downgraded to a tropical storm, but don’t let this fool you--heavy flooding is still occurring, and was projected to continue. This week in your physical therapy news, we’re talking pain. The International Association for the Study of Pain met last week in Boston. The Apple Watch adds an EKG and fall risk calculations. Todd Davenport joins us to talk about gun violence, as the California Physical Therapy Association gears up to debate it in their annual Assembly of Reps. Talus Media News is a subsidiary of Talus Media: The PT News Project. You can find all interviews mentioned in this newscast on our sister channel, Talus Media Talks. Check us out on Twitter & Facebook @TalusMedia, and head to our website at talusmedia.org for more information.
[EP 27] If We’re Gonna Talk Disruption, We Must Talk Pop Health… Interview With Todd Davenport
Healthcare Disruption Podcast
Welcome to episode 27….Have you ever heard the term “Population Health” or “Social Determinants of Health”?! Have you been on Social Media and seen the hashtag #PopHealthor #SDOH or #ZNA? Well up until very recently I had a very shallow understanding of all these terms and hashtags. Thankfully I heard Todd Davenport speak on this topic in January this year and I quickly understood (well not completely) what all this meant! I knew at that point that true disruption in Healthcare had to involve this understanding of Population Health. In this episode Todd and I dive into these terms and I truly believe that you will leave with a far deeper understanding of what it all means…. CheersTodd will take you from high level to into the weeds and show you how the complexity is NOT all complex and how the factors tie together in what he has dubbed #ZNA… the true factor we must focus on as Physical Therapists. The speech that I heard Todd give in January is linked below..Here are the links to the people and the places from this show:jerrydurhamPT.comTodd Davenport on Twitter: @sunsopeningbandLink to Todd’s January Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKQVIf9irnA&feature=youtu.be&app=desktopSubscribe on iTunes:itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/healt…d1261571234?mt=2
51: Population Health and Social Determinants of Health | Dr. Todd Davenport
Certain regions of our country have a particularly challenging time dealing with the opioid crisis. These regions, not only have the challenge of seeing improvements with the crisis, but are also still seeing a rise in opioid use. Dr. Todd Davenport focuses on population health and social determinants of health. In today’s episode and discussion, we’re looking at what these social determinants of health are that cause these populations to struggle to recover from opioid addiction issues and other related health issues from their quality of life. Don’t forget to save the date: June 8-10, 2018 in Denver, Colorado, the Align Conference will be taking place, focusing on neuropathic (nerve) pain. All of the various concepts of calming the nerves down will be covered at this conference. LINKS: @sunsopeningband http://ispinstitute.com http://www.alignconference.com/ http://evidenceinmotion.com @eimteam