Therapy Through the Photographer’s Lens

One of my favorite things about this job as director of marketing is getting to work with professional photographers and capture our therapists doing what they do. There’s something about the right lighting and framing that really does make a difference compared to your everyday iPhone shot.

With very little direction, a talented photographer can capture the nuanced relationship between therapist and patient. The viewer can sense the comradery between the two. Obviously, the patient is often in an uncomfortable, even painful, situation but they are working hard, and the therapist is typically educating and encouraging by their side.

Here are a few of my favorites from our latest shoot at three of our hospital departments in central Kansas. Thank you to all who accommodate the disruption that comes with professional photography.

Rehab Director Alex Brooks, PT works with a patient while Julie Olsen, COTA assists.

Rehab Director Alex Brooks, PT oversees an athlete in the therapy pool.

Maryan Hulvey, SLP works with a patient at a Kansas hospital.

Julie Olsen, COTA works with a pediatric patient.

Connor Chambers, PT treats a student athlete.


Michael Goldsmith

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