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A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith. CME available!
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MMOA Podcast - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Dustin Jones, PT, DPT, GCS, CF-L1: Physical Therapist

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MMOA (Modern Management of the Older Adult) helps rehab & fitness pros get results with older adults. Brought to you by the Institute of Clinical Excellence, tune in to hear pertinent geriatric discussions, relevant research, & treatment ideas. Good for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Assistants, Students, New Grads, Seasoned Veterans, Geriatricians, & Fitness Professionals. Find out more at www.MMOA.online
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Who gets to decide on what it means to have a disease? I posed this question a while back in reference to Alzheimer's disease. I’ll save you from reading the article, but the main headline is that corporations are very much the “who” in who gets to define the nature of disease. They do this either through the invention of disease states or, more of…
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Dr. Jeff Musgrave, Doctor of Physical Therapy shares about his experience helping to build an Older Adult Group Fitness program called StrongerLife with his buisness partner Dr. Dustin Jones. This episode includes helpful considerations and access to free resources that will help you if you build your program! *Want to make sure you stay on top of …
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On today’s podcast, we’ve invited four hospice and palliative care social media influencers (yes, that’s a thing!), all of whom focus their efforts on educating the general public about living and dying with a serious illness. Their work is pretty impressive in both reach (some of their posts are seen by millions of viewers) and breadth of work. We…
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Osteoporosis- Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment So many of our patients are given a diagnosis of Osteoporosis without clarity of what that ACTUALLY means. We can address patients’ concerns and questions and provide some clarity on what that diagnosis means for them. We’ll dive into learning more about Osteoporosis, how to read DEXA scan reports, & us…
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As Betty Ferrell says on our podcast today, nurses play an essential role in care of people with serious illness. Who spends the most time with the patient in the infusion center? Doing home care? Hospice visits? In the ICU at the bedside? Nurses. ELNEC (End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium) celebrates it’s 25th anniversary in 2025. We talk tod…
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We cannot just forget a group of muscles in our body. This is especially true if we are working with people with hip or low back pain. Those who are more sedentary, more frail, strain more with daily tasks are at higher rates of pelvic issues. That means that you, as fitness forward clinicians, are already doing pelvic WELL. We just need to fill in…
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Individualizing BP Measurements This week @sbship8_dpt discusses her experience with managing blood pressure measurements for her clients and when she chose to exercise and when she chose to hold. Want to make sure you stay on top of all things geriatrics? Go to https://MMOA.online to check out our Free eBooks, Lectures, & the MMOA Digest! #MMOA #o…
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Eric asks the question that is on many of our minds - is the future of AI more Skynet from Terminator, in which AI takes over the world and drives humanity to the brink of extinction, or Wall-E, in which a benevolent and empathetic AI restores our humanity? Our guest today is Bob Wachter, Chair of Medicine at UCSF and author of the Digital Doctor: …
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Ambivalence is a tough concept when it comes to decision-making. On the one hand, when people have ambivalence but haven't explored why they are ambivalent, they are prone to bad, value-incongruent decisions. On the other hand, acknowledging and exploring ambivalence may lead to better, more ethical, and less biased decisions. On today's podcast, J…
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Dr. Jeff Musgrave, Doctor of Physical therapy shares a 3 step process to keep Older Adults moving in group fitness classes during a bout of care. Symptoms Guardrails Modifications Upcoming Courses! MMOA L1: May 15th L1, MMOA L2: May 16th, MMOA Live this weekend: Raleigh, NC, Urbana, Illinois, Burlington, NJ & New Orleans, LA. Next weekend I’m back …
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Do you have seven exercises that you can CONFIDENTLY and quickly give each of your patients in your caseload? Check out the Csepe Super 7 which is a combination of exercise recommendations for older adults to meet cardiovascular and strength requirements! #oldnotweak #physicaltherapist #occupationaltherapist #strength #strengthtraining Want to make…
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In 1983, a 25 year old Nancy Cruzan was thrown from her car while driving home in Missouri, landing in a water filled ditch. She was resuscitated by EMS, but did not regain higher brain function, and was eventually diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state. In 1988, Cruzan’s parents requested that her feeding tube be removed, arguing that…
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We know we need to be active listeners, and we know people want to be heard. Dr. Sam Chamberlain, DPT, PT gives a few tips on how to listen well when talking to patients. Humanize the human value their life expeirence value ther current experience Want to make sure you stay on top of all things geriatrics? Go to https://MMOA.online to check out our…
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One marker of the distance we’ve traveled in palliative care is the blossoming evidence base for the field. Ten years ago we would have been hard pressed to find 3 clinical trial abstracts submitted to the annual meeting, much less high quality randomized trials with robust measures, sample sizes, and analytics plans. Well, as a kick off to this ye…
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Join Dustin Jones as he discusses the gap between someone given a diagnosis and then a prognosis. Whether it’s a matter of seconds or decades, we’ll discuss the huge opportunity in that gap to impact our patients as well as practical takeaways. --- Want to make sure you stay on top of all things geriatrics? Go to http://PTonICE.com/resources to che…
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