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Gannon DPT podcast "Tales from the Plinth" back for Season 3

Published: 09/19/2022

Tales from the Plinth podcast cover art.

Tales from the Plinth podcast cover art.

The Gannon Doctor of Physical Therapy department’s podcast Tales From The Plinth is back. Today marks the release of Season 3 Episode 1. The podcast is available on all major streaming services! Be sure to tune on Mondays for new episodes. Meet the new podcast crew (from left to right in the podcast cover art): 

Hi, my name is Sean Colosimo. I am from Pittsburgh, PA and I'm currently a 2nd year in the program! I got into PT, because it offers an active job where I can serve others and help them live healthier lifestyles. In the future I could potentially see myself doing traveling PT and/or working with kids! 

My name is BoJay, a 3rd-year student physical therapist at Gannon. Prior to coming to Erie, I graduated from Slippery Rock University with my Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. Studying how monumental exercise is for the human body, I knew I wanted to further my education and apply this knowledge to individuals with functional impairments. Currently, I plan to enter this profession as an acute care physical therapist, but I am open to all avenues of physical therapy! I am beyond honored to be involved in the newest season of Tales from the Plinth! 

Hey guys, my name is Kel Barnes and I'm a 3rd year DPT student. I've lived within Erie county my entire life, and am originally from Girard, PA. What draws me to this profession is that it's so dynamic in nature. Very little is black and white within physical therapy, which is the exciting part. In most cases, patients will present completely different, requiring their own unique solution. My biggest plan for the future is to own a successful private practice and pursue wellness consultation so that I can help and influence many people. 

My name is Ashley Andrews and I am a third year physical therapy student. I am involved in Special Olympics, Ethics Committee, and have volunteered with Pro Bono. I see myself working in outpatient neuro, and I am looking forward to starting my PT career by helping others!

Listen wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple Podcasts, linked here.

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