Of late, there has been an exponential surge in online healthcare content; lifestyle/health coaches, clinicians, and many professionals are trending..
As physical therapists, we are familiar with treating multiple musculoskeletal impairments, ranging from neck pain to back pain to joint injuries...
The exams are behind you - time for new challenges
Social media…..we are all engaged in it on a daily basis. Whether you are on it for casual viewing, or you are using it to promote your business or..
This is part three of a series on how COVID-19 is affecting physical therapy. Part one addresses outpatient physical therapy. Part two addresses..
A long commute can add unnecessary stress to your day, arising from traffic delays and distracted drivers; however, if used efficiently, this extra..
Did you ever wonder how health insurance became an entity? Well, it’s quite interesting, the first health insurance offered was actually called..
I was first exposed to the world of pelvic health as a curious first year physical therapy student when I attended a lecture about pelvic floor..
Spring 2020 created many surprises, life events, and dreams deferred all in the form of a virus. If you are a new physical therapy graduate, you..
It might not seem like it right now, but we are not the first people for whom everything has not gone to plan. I understand that not everyone is in..