Whether you are a new grad physical therapist or a seasoned vet, Direct Access physical therapy rules can affect the way you look at your..
Have you started studying for the NPTE yet?
If so, good for you, and keep up the good work! If not, don’t worry. You still have plenty of time! I..
Looking to switch careers because of the unknown healthcare climate? Or are you simply burned out after caregiving?
Thankfully, we as OTs have quite..
The recent debate on dry needling at this year’s Combined Sections Meeting has highlighted a pernicious trend in the physical therapy profession.
Whether you are a conference newbie or an experienced conference-goer, these tips can help you increase your abilities for networking at OT..
Take a second to create a mental image of an athletic trainer (AT).
What setting is he or she working in? What are they doing? Who are they..
If you asked me three years ago to define mindfulness, I’d have probably responded, “It’s the inner calm I feel during yoga.”
And I wouldn’t have..
We get it, you probably feel like there are better ways to spend your time than writing cover letters. They can be tedious, boring, and sometimes..
Thinking of becoming a traveling physical therapist? With a variety of PT and PTA jobs available across the country, it makes sense to take advantage..
"CSD-BSBU" = "Calm Shit Down - Build Shit Back Up"The physical medicine and rehab professions involve utilizing various interventions to do the..
I'll be the first to admit it: I am picky about who I hire. I run a small outpatient physical therapy clinic in San Diego, and much of my career..
Here is a list of 6 ways you can get your hands on some OT research resources. While a few resources are indeed membership-based, the emphasis is..
Are you considering an orthopedic physical therapy residency?
It's a big decision, and one of the best things you can do before taking the plunge..
Cardiopulmonary physical therapy is devoted to helping patients improve cardiovascular health and/or lung health. Cardiopulmonary PTs work in all..
Take a look at your physical therapy cover letter. Is it boring? Does it accomplish what you want? Do you even USE one?
Writing a physical therapy..
* Blog originally published on 3/13/17 was updated on 2/4/21Have you ever wondered if the life of a travel nurse would be the right fit for you?..
After one month into the game, the nerves of your first OT job will settle. There’s a lot to be nervous about when starting your first job but give..
The brachial plexus = a beast to learn.
Whether you are learning the brachial plexus for the first time or you just need a refreshing take on the..
Physical therapists are generally a savvy bunch.
Not to fluff our collective plumage too much, but we tend to be deeply caring and..
Have you struggled with getting an appropriately sized wheelchair for your patient? Do you know what things you should be measuring for your..
Acute care occupational therapy is a common career path for new OTs. Yet, it is covered very minimally during OT school.
The sandwich method for..
Running is a wildly popular sport. It is a great form of exercise for both body and mind and it can be done almost anywhere - all you need is a..
Total Knee Replacement Physical Therapy: Every Case is Unique
All right, clinicians, put your goniometers down. Forget everything you've..
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