Top 3 Questions to Ask During Your Physical Therapy School Interview

Questions to ask PT school that will actually impact your career When applying for anything, especially PT school, it’s common and expected to ask the school important questions. This shows that you are vested in the process. The problem is that most of the questions people on the internet tell you to ask are IRRELEVANT to moving forward in your career. Like how to pass the licensure, what separates you from other schools, etc. Although the PT school application process is nerve-wracking, never forget that YOU are also interviewing THEM. You have to make sure this school is the best fit for you and will set you up for success for the rest of your career. How will you know that? Check out today’s post below to learn more!

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5 Mistakes I’ve Made as a Physical Therapist

Rarely do we discuss our mistakes. I’ll be the first We learn some of our best lessons from the mistakes that not only we’ve made, but those before us. Yet rarely does one discuss the times that they’ve failed. Instead, it’s all puppies and rainbows on your social network of choice. Everyone has their best life and best practice all up in there. But without that transparency, without sharing how we fail, we miss out on an incredible learning opportunity. We may fall victim to similar mistakes that can happen throughout both patient care and working with your supreme gym clientele. That ends today. I’m going to share with you 5 mistakes that I’ve made in my physical therapy career, what I’ve learned from those problems, and what I’m doing differently. Let ya boi screw up, so you don’t have to. Check out the video, podcast, and blog below to learn about it!

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Wrist Pain, Dry Needling & Taping, and Should I Become a PT? – Movement Debrief Episode 90

Movement Debrief Episode 90 is in the books. Below is a copy of the video for your viewing pleasure, and audio if you can’t stand looking at me. Here is the set list: Why does wrist discomfort occur with weight bearing? What limitations could contribute to wrist discomfort? What modifications can I make to improve wrist discomfort? What regressions are useful for wrist discomfort? Do I use dry needling or taping? If and when do I find these modalities useful? Is it worthwhile becoming a physical therapist? What is it really like being a PT?

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