How do you become a continuing education instructor? This is the second video in a 2-part series where we explore the steps necessary to becoming a continuing education instructor.
How do you become a continuing education instructor? (part 1)
We have advisors during PT school and some of us have mentors early on in the clinic. Should we continue with the mentorship process throughout our career?
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Dear PT Students,
Have you ever seen an amazing public speaker and just thought about how incredibly talented they were?
As I started the process of becoming better at public speaking, I was always in awe of the people that just had such a natural ability for it. They moved intentionally, spoke smoothly and had a presence that could not be ignored.
The admiration mixed with intimidation I had for public speakers was the same admiration and intimidation I felt as a student and as a new grad when I was with awesome clinicians.
But the farther I got into public speaking, the more it became apparent that it wasn’t all talent. In fact so much of what each engaging speaker did was something that could be learned. How to move on stage, how to manipulate tone, and timing were all things that could be taught and practiced. It wasn’t talent, it was training.
The same is true for the clinicians you admire. They studied, they practiced, and they got...
In this video, we discuss the difficult question of how do you know if it is time to leave your physical therapy job. While the answers to this question are certainly complex, thinking about it as we discuss in the video might help to bring some clarity.
In this video we discuss our best tip to get the job you want. Jenna says it's about relationships and Phil thinks it's about the first thing you do after the interview, see what you think...
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“Don’t get old,” she told me as she struggled to get out of the chair and grabbed onto my arm for balance.
First of all, she wasn’t old in my opinion. She was sixty-seven. But, that’s not what bothered me. I hear this said a lot during the day. So many patients want to blame their age for all of their physical difficulties. And I get that I’m not aging like they are yet and cannot truly understand their experience. Whether right or not, I still get frustrated.
Smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, and an overall neglect for her body may be more to blame than simply the passing of her sixty-seven years. Especially when she told me in the previous session that she only drinks diet coke and hasn’t drank water in fourteen years. She said it like it was some kind of accomplishment as if she beat the system. They say you need to drink 8 glasses of water, but I don’t...