Releasing a podcast every week means we have a whopping 130 podcasts in our library! That can be a little overwhelming when you would like to start listening.
If you would like to dive into our podcasts, I highly recommend starting with a few of our ‘Behind the Vet Rehab Practice’ podcasts. Here Megan chats to Vetrehabbers about their journey into rehabilitation, delves into their mistakes and successes, and allows you to gain insight that you might never have gained otherwise! Here are some of my favourites:
Behind the Vet Rehab Practice, with Evelyn Orenbuch
Evelyn Orenbuch joins Megan to chat about her journey into vetrehab, the different business models she has started up and run, and the things she would have done differently if she could go back in time.
Behind the Vet Rehab Podcast, with Danielle Anderson
Danielle Anderson from SOAR in Ontario shares her journey from a Vet to a rehab specialist. She shares her definition of success and how it is continuously changing, the nature of collaboration between professionals, and how she rewards and encourages her staff and their initiatives.
We also chat to experts about specific topics that are relevant to all (or most!) Vetrehabbers, helping you to broaden your knowledge and skills by listening to a free podcast while you are driving, treating patients, or having lunch.
Here are my favourite topic discussions:
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, with Debra Canapp
The queen of musculoskeletal ultrasound joins Meg to chat about the benefits and uses of this modality within rehabilitation and veterinary medicine.
How do Referral Vets Perceive Rehab? with Leilani Alvarez
Veterinary referrals are one of our biggest challenges to overcome as Vetrehabbers, especially as we come into the industry as new graduates. Leilani discusses the results of research that highlights the perceptions that referring vets have, and also how we can go about overcoming them.
Imposter Syndrome: Understanding Why You Are Good Enough, with Katie Ford
Dr Katie Ford, small animal Veterinarian and overcomer of the imposter syndrome, joins us today to speak about this VERY common, and rarely spoken about condition.
Media Publicity; How to Get it
Megan chats to Kirsty Skeates and Racheal Spencer about the huge benefits of getting media publicity, and how to go about reaching publishers and journalists. Over the years media has evolved greatly, from newspapers and magazines to blogs, vlogs, podcasts, twitter, and so much more.
The Role of Rehab in Juvenile Dogs, with Tanya Grantham
Tanya Grantham from Animal Health and Hydro joins Megan to chat about juvenile dogs and the importance of us seeing these patients early in their lives. Breeds that are predisposed to orthopaedic conditions can greatly benefit from early identification, lifestyle management and treatment.
Confidence in Vet Rehab Practice, with Kallum Russel
Kallum (with a K) Russell joins Megan to chat about confidence, share some strategies on how to channel your confidence, and how you can grow your confidence with his three K formula.
No matter where you are or what you’re busy with, why not schedule a topic per day? Learning need never stop, even during the holidays.