PT school is challenging and it can seem to go on forever. But you survive it. You also manage to score a decent GPA in your program because..
Physical therapy is a profession of many opportunities. One of the coolest aspects of our profession is the ability to work in a multitude of..
Congratulations! If you’re reading this article, you’ve come to the point where you’re ready to hire a new occupational therapist for your practice..
At some point early in our careers as physical therapists, we will see patients who are pregnant. We may see women who have pain related to normal..
Is patient care starting to feel a little repetitive?
We get it. Patient care isn't for everyone. Is it time to leave and get outside of patient..
Have you ever wondered what all of those occupational therapy credentials behind a signature stood for?
Well, we are going to break it down for you...
Mrs. Smith shuffled out of my clinic, bending over her walker and clutching her daughter to remain upright. Another patient turned to me and said,..
Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to interview new grad travel PT, Claire Laverne PT, DPT. She has been loving life as a traveler with..
When it comes to physical therapy and CrossFit, I can say without a doubt that this is one relationship that needs some immediate attention.
Why don’t we use sensory corners to create a space that is safe, comfortable, and conducive to learning?
Being able to get you kids regulated..
Why should you become a clinical instructor?
You may be thinking “I didn’t choose to become a teacher. Why would I want to become a clinical..
To raise awareness about Hand Therapy Week (June 5th-11th, 2017), NewGradPhysicalTherapy wants to celebrate the benefits of hand therapy and..
The theory of evidence based practice is three-fold. It requires the practitioner to identify the gaps in knowledge, execute a search, and apply the..
Why do we use ineffective treatments?
There are many treatments used by physical therapists which do not have a robust (or even small) evidence..