Caitlin Reid is a young physiotherapist who has also experienced a traumatic brain injury. She shares her story to inspire neuro therapists to give the power back to the patient. In this episode we chat about what it's like to be a young person in a neuro rehab setting, how to adapt programs to different personalities, and about learning to become a better coach and motivator. Caitlin also shares what's she's changed in her practice after her experience.

1.30 - Introduction

1.49 - Career pathway

2.56 - Brain injury story

5.20 - Being in PTA

6.00 - Sharing experience for good

7.20 - Empowering your patients

9.29 - Physios as motivators and coaches - adapting language

14.06 - Uncertainty in rehab and recovery

15.42 - Dealing with dense hemiplegia

16.53 - Therapy scheduling, fatigue

19.44 - Being a young brain injury survivor

20.44 - Benefits of rehab outdoors

22.11 - Therapy content - Goals-based intervention

24.02 - Setting targets and PBs

24.47 - Principles of neuroplasticity in Caitlin's rehab

28.20 - CIMT + Body Schema

30.08 - Motor imagery, Mirror therapy & Returning to netball

33.31 - Caitlin's key message - empowerment

34.25 - What Caitlin has changed in her practice

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