This is an interesting op-ed in my alma mater’s newspaper, The Cornell Daily Sun, by a medical student discussing her own experiences with surgery and physical therapy. After needing a replacement ACL surgery, she explores the issue of risk vs. benefit.
oyecomova: I’m way to excited to become a physical therapist. When I see someone injured I want to go up to them as ask them a bunch of questions. What happened? Can I see it? Does it hurt here? What about when I do this? I really can’t wait until I become licensed and I… Continue reading Too excited.
I had a great talk today with one of the PTs where I work about confidence. He said that now that I’ve been there a few months, he’s starting to guide me to figuring things out on my own more. This will develop confidence in my thought process and decision-making skills. He said that one… Continue reading Confidence