You’ve dumped 5(-ish) semesters of knowledge into your tired, jumbled brain. You’re fresh off of finals (maybe not feeling so fresh), and now..
Earlier this week, we took an inside look of what it's like to be a PT in Rwanda. Today, we continue to expand our global perspective with..
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It was a typical Monday night. I was walking with a patient with a hip disarticulation and we were working on stepping over obstacles...
Have you ever wondered what it's like to practice physical therapy in another country? Our PT colleagues are all over the world and we can..
You’ve survived the long haul that is an undergraduate degree. This is a huge accomplishment for all, but I know you’re not done. You..
Some people get lucky and have it - that perfect clinical rotation where they are working in your dream setting, with their dream patient..
As a pre-PT student who is applying to graduate school, you've probably been asked, "Where do you want to go to school?" Have you ever responded..
When I started PT school, I was just like all of my fellow classmates—excited, nervous, and ready to embark on the next adventure in my life. I..
A wonderful non-clinical job for physical therapists is a rehab liaison. I know this because I was one for over two years!
What is a rehab..
I was nearly suspended from OT school. I am glad I choose to stay, but it took a change of heart to know why it was worth it.
Walking into that..
In 2020, there are a few trending areas of technological advancement that continue to change the way we function as a society. These include..
I hear a lot of “I have to read everything just in case” when studying for the National Physical Therapy Exam (NPTE). This is the academic..
What is the OT low vision certification and why is it important?
Low vision was named an emerging practice area for occupational therapists in..
Working with patients with lower extremity amputations is not particularly common. Unless you work in a clinic that specializes in prosthetics..