How many times are we as physical therapists put in a position where we have to tell patients and their families bad news? We might have to tell..
Have you ever considered becoming a military PT, but have no idea where to start? We sat down with military physical therapist, Jeff Turner, PT,..
While in PT school, most of us were made aware of faulty movement patterns we might exhibit. Our professors used us as examples to demonstrate..
Hospitals, home health, and skilled nursing facilities are all settings with difficult productivity levels for new grad OTs.
Struggling with this..
1. Create a culture of mobility
There is a wealth of research describing the benefits and importance of early mobility in the cardiovascular..
Master's vs. doctorate
The topic is hotly debated across internet OT communities. It is easily the most asked question by prospective occupational..
In the era of social media and smartphones, occupational therapy websites are abundant!
Connecting with other occupational therapists from a wide..
As a physical therapist who follows many popular PTs and fitness professionals on social media, I’ve become aware of a new training phenomenon..
There is a lot more to the postpartum gap than diastasis recti. There’s a knowledge gap between women’s health and orthopedic physical therapy,..
Many physical therapists are physically active individuals. A lot of us also have a passion for sports - both as athletes and as fans. While we get..
Most physical therapists conduct a highly detailed physical examination and evaluation of every patient who walks into the clinic...