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With most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing ...
 
The best short fiction, handpicked by the best voice in podcasting. In every episode, host LeVar Burton (Roots, Reading Rainbow, Star Trek) invites you to take a break from your daily life, and dive into a great story. LeVar’s narration blends with gorgeous soundscapes to bring stories by Neil Gaiman, Haruki Murakami, Octavia Butler, Ray Bradbury and more to life. So, if you’re ready, let’s take a deep breath...
 
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Hands In Motion

American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT)

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The Hands in Motion podcast will be dynamic discussions with a variety of guests. There will be interviews with a variety of professionals about current treatment trends, hot topics in hand and upper extremity rehabilitation, current evidence, case studies, alternative treatment areas, and more. There will also be a variety of guests including consumers and content experts on current trends and issues.
 
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On this episode of Hands in Motion, we are joined by Rebecca Gillett, MS, OTR/L with the Arthritis Foundation. We discuss the mission of the foundation and how the foundation is working to educate both individuals affected by arthritis and the clinicians who treat them. We learn about the wide variety of resources they have available on their websi…
 
LeVar Burton Reads is back December 7th, featuring work from Tananarive Due, Stephen Graham Jones and Sarah Gailey, a winter holiday story, the winning entry of the LBR Writing Contest and much more! Plus LeVar answers some of your questions about making the podcast and gives out some tips to up your "reading aloud" game. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
On this episode we are joined by Aviva Wolff, EdD, OT, CHT who has taken a special interest in working with injured musicians. She has had the opportunity to work with musicians of all skill levels who play all types of musical instruments. We discuss the unique characteristics of musicians and the types of injuries they sustain as well as the impo…
 
This week, we celebrate Veteran’s Day and are so fortunate to be joined on this episode by an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist who serves in the United States Air Force. We discuss the role of a hand therapist in the military, her unique journey from civilian status to being commissioned, and how a hand therapist contributes to t…
 
Join Cara Smith, PT, DPT, CHT and Stephanie Strouse, OTD, OTR/L, CHT, “Hands in Motion” podcast hosts, as they recap the 2021 Annual Meeting in a special bonus podcast episode! This year’s ASHT Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO was the first hybrid model offering both a live and virtual option for attendees, which proved to be a success. On this epis…
 
A kindergartner travels through a portal to a fantastic and eerie new world. This story appears in Ellen's collection WICKED WONDERS. Find more of Ellen's writing for adults and middle grade readers at ellenklages.com. Content advisory: disappearance of a child See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On today’s episode of “Hands in Motion” we are joined by Elliot Greenberg, a physical therapist who treats adolescent athletes. One specific population he treats are kids who suffer from medial epicondyle apophysitis, commonly known as “Little League Elbow.” We discuss risk factors for developing this condition, treatment techniques that upper extr…
 
A tour guide leads virtual reality “experiences” for tourists who want to know what it’s like to be Native American. Think Black Mirror meets Westworld. For more great writing by Rebecca, check out her acclaimed debut novel TRAIL OF LIGHTNING, as well as BLACK SUN, the first installment of her 'Between Earth and Sky' series. You can preorder the ne…
 
An immigrant mother tries to bond with her American-born son by creating a magical paper menagerie. This story appears in Ken Liu's collection THE PAPER MENAGERIE AND OTHER STORIES, available now from Saga Press. Ken Liu's forthcoming novel, THE VEILED THRONE, is the third installment of THE DANDELION DYNASTY and will be available November 2nd from…
 
In recognition of National Physical Therapy Month we want to celebrate our physical therapy colleagues who specialize in treating the upper extremity and are excited to have Jane Fedorcyzk, PT, PhD, CHT, a long-time advocate of physical therapy and upper extremity rehab. Jane is the current President of the American Physical Therapy Association Han…
 
Fence Sounds – 3.5 Season 3, Episode 5, with readings from contributors to the Fence Literary Journal Double print Issue, number 37 slash 38, produced by our Editor-in-Chief, Rebecca Wolff. I’m Jason Zuzga, one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of Fence the print journal, I’m also an editor of one of Fence’s online publication arms, Fence Steamin…
 
Welcome to Fence Sounds, Season 3, Episode 3, with readings from the Fence Double print issue, number 37/38 Spring Summer 2021. I’m Jason Zuzga, one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of Fence the print journal, I’m also an editor of one of Fence’s online publication arms, Fence Steaming, found at fenceportal.org. Online at fencedigital.com we als…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Nathan Short, an occupational therapist and hand therapist that splits his time between the clinic and the classroom. Nathan has a strong interest in preparing his students to be successful in a hand therapy clinic on their clinical rotations and as they start their journey to become certified hand therapists. We w…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors. Season 3, Episode 3. In this episode, we open with Erik Kennedy’s prose piece entitled "The Please Stop Killing Us And Destroying Everything that Sustains Us Society." After, Randy Prunty reads poems "Earth Elegy: Low Tide" and "Earth Elegy, Amateurs." Next up is Hillary Plum, reading poems “Canal” an…
 
All of us have experienced academia as students, but have you ever considered moving out of the clinic and back into the classroom as an occupational or physical therapist? This podcast episode features Becky Neiduski, an OT, CHT, who soon after beginning her career as an occupational therapist found herself back in the classroom and never looked b…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors. In this episode, we begin with the poet Delicia Daniels, reading with the eerie lulling sound of the sea from poems based on chilling research into antebellum law archives. Next up is Jordan E. Franklin, reading the exuberant poem, "Sometime in January (after David Bowie)." Josh May reads a poem. Josh…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors. The poems "celery" and "What's Wrong with?" by Stine An, "Lover's Trilogy" by Zosia Wiatr, "Lil Miquela," "Sunnyvale," "Bad Actors," and "Confessionalisms" by Caitlyn Tella. poems " The story "As Something Breaks" by Sara Duff. Also including the music of KIKA, whose numerous songs, such as the two in…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Hands in Motion. We’re your hosts, Cara Smith and Stephanie Strouse. On this episode we’re going to be discussing a benefit that all ASHT members have complimentary access to - the monthly Journal Club. Each month, the Research Division holds a Journal Club to review a recent article from the Journal of Hand Thera…
 
Hey, it’s Cara and Steph back for another episode of Hands in Motion. With all the buzz about the Olympics last month, it’s only fitting to discuss working with injured athletes on this episode. We are really excited about our guest today, Mo Herman, MA, OTR/L, CHT, immediate past president of ASHT. Fun fact about Mo is that she is an Olympic athle…
 
A woman recounts the story of her birth as a surprise twin and adoption by a Native American couple, and questions the strange presence she has felt with her since childhood. Louise Erdrich's novel THE SENTENCE will be published by Harper on November 9th. Content advisory: Adoption, medical issues, ableist language Submissions are now open for the …
 
On today’s episode of Hands in Motion we are joined by the chairman of the American Hand Therapy Foundation, James King, to discuss what AHTF does as an organization, how they support the profession of hand therapy through research and education, and the collaboration between the tri-alliance of AHTF, ASHT, and HTCC. Jim has over 40 years of experi…
 
On today’s episode of “Hands in Motion” we are diving into a discussion in an area of practice that most hand therapists would never find on their radar. We are joined by Michael Gerg, DOT, OTR/L, CHT, CEES, CWCE, an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist who serves as an expert witness. He will explain what an expert witness is and ho…
 
A woman has her memories catalogued for the historical record, and must decide whether or not to divulge a painful and complicated moment from her past. Anjali Sachdeva's short fiction collection is ALL THE NAMES THEY USED FOR GOD. Epigraph used by permission from How to Lie With Maps by Mark Monmonier, published by The University of Chicago Press.…
 
2020 brought many challenges to not only our personal lives but also our professional lives. Many of us had to rethink the way that we provided hand therapy services to our patients and jumped right into telehealth. Our guest today though is no stranger to telehealth. In 2018, she was looking for a new way to provide access to hand therapy and bega…
 
Finding value in patient-reported outcome measures in hand therapy is so important in times where most payors are looking for functional improvement and not just objective gains. To be honest, isn’t functional improvement the “why” as to what we do? How can these measurements be useful to you, as the clinician, and to your clients? By incorporating…
 
Many of us would be lying if we said we have never experienced burnout at some point in our career as hand therapists. Unfortunately, burnout is real and many therapists struggle with high job expectations but find it difficult to find balance. Today we are discussing burnout versus moral injury and what contributes to this. We are going to be pick…
 
April 18-24 is National Volunteer Week and in honor of that, Hands in Motion is discussing the volunteer opportunities within the American Society of Hand Therapists. We will discuss micro-volunteering, division and committee membership, and how to be a part of the leadership within ASHT. The Society is almost completely run by volunteers who are A…
 
In a post-pandemic future where scientists have made great strides in eliminating disease, a young boy faces his fears and ventures out to his grandfather's island to give him an important vaccine. This story appears in the anthology Make Shift: Dispatches from the Post-Pandemic Future, edited by Gideon Lichfield and available for pre-order from Th…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: "Dog Eaters" a story by Angie Sijun Lou, A poem presented by Anna Morrison entitled "Approaching Sleep," "Racquet Theory" a song by Normal State, Adam Kinner talks to Cove Blue of Normal State. Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga. More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Websi…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Nonfiction on music by Adam Kinner, Poetry from Gabrielle Jennings, and a phone conversation between Adam Kinner and Gabrielle Jennings about music, art practice, and appropriation. Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga. More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website. A HISTOR…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Poems ”The bar in my neighborhood," "Wounded Deserter" read by Raquel Guttiérrez, Poems "A Coin Purse of Krona," A Hurtful Angel with a line from Austin Osman Spare," "Heart Failure" read by Matthew Kosinski, Song "forsythia" from the album "cloudy, like your head" by Normal State. Poem "Red Armor" read …
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Poem "Sphynx of black quartz, judge my vow!" and Song "Cross-Hatched Class War" by Chris Stroffolino, Two Short Stories by David Schuman "Small Best Man" and "Ring Bearer," Story by Suzanne Scanlon "The Ghost of Things," A Conversation between David Schumann and Suzanne Scanlon about writing and life dur…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Ava Hoffman Poetry from leechbook, Charles Legere Poem “The Coppices of Pleasure ," Isaac Pickell Poem :"The Stories that Aren’t Told," Kathleen Heil Story “You Disappoint Me”, Normal State from album "the weather "- "tdfw" Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga. More on Normal State: Bandmember Covell…
 
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Microstories embedded as Amazon Reviews by Kevin Killian, curated and introduced by David Buuck, Poetry from Jamie Thomson, Music by Cove Blue of Normal State- cloudy, like your head - reconstructed, Fiction from Alyssa Claire Greene, Fiction by Kirstin Kashock, Poetry by Michelle Taransky, Poetry by Don…
 
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