PODCAST: Voice of the Patient

I had a chance to speak with David Reed for his new podcast, The Voice of the Patient. Dave is a humble but knowledgeable, thoughtful man who practices physiotherapy in North Carolina, USA.

It was wonderful to engage in a straightforward conversation between clinician and patient.


Here is a link to the podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/thevoiceofthepatients-podcast/id1099668893 . . . and a photo (below) of where you will land when you go to the link. Our conversation is #1. Guest: Karen Nicole Smith.

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Wanted to share a little bit about David Reed and also about what he hopes to accomplish with this new podcast, The Voice of the Patient.


PT David Reed

David Reed is a physical therapist with over 10 years of clinical and administrative service in outpatient, acute care, home health, and regulatory settings. He’s been absolutely blessed to have had such breadth and depth of experiences and mentorship from fellow PTs, physicians, and alternative medicine providers during this period. The most important lesson he’s learned so far is that excellent care is at least as much about the service as it is about the science. Probably more so. This is the driving mission behind The Voice of the Patient: To change lives, that is, to improve the quality of the lives we touch by improving healthcare through not only hearing, but truly listening to the voice of the patient.

Please let us know what you think in the comments below. You can also comment on Twitter to Dave at @DReedPT or to me at @KNSwriter.

Please SUBSCRIBE to my blog or to David’s podcast. Don’t miss out on great content!

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