I found a video this morning of a puppy born with leg problems who couldn’t sit, stand or walk. With physical therapy, he is now able to run! Sometimes it’s nice to remember that humans aren’t the only creatures in need of PT.
angiepantstakesontheworld: cracking me up.
Here’s an interesting postcard from Post Secret a few weeks ago. I find it interesting because I also have been awed by how much doctors and physical therapists know about the body. But instead of hating it, it inspired me to become one of them so that I could also be so knowledgeable. Also, I… Continue reading
Hi, PT is competitive, but definitely not impossible if it is something you really want to do. You also have nothing to worry about yet, since you haven’t even started college. I’m a little confused by what you’re asking about enduring a PT program in college since you can’t get a PT degree as an… Continue reading Hi, I’ll be a high school senior this fall and I’m interested in PT as a career. However, I’m worried about how good my chances are. In college do I endure a PT program? Do I go to the school’s College of Health or something similar? What am I supposed to do? Also, is it competitive to get into PT programs? Throughout high school I’ve taken honors and AP classes always getting A’s but my ACT was a 25 (im hoping to raise it this fall) What are my chances? Thanks!
Your stats sound, good, but they shouldn’t really affect when you apply. You can’t apply for fall 2014 unless you’ve taken the GRE (or plan on taking it this fall), written a good essay, gotten recommendation letters, and finished all or most of your pre-requisite courses. If you have met these and other requirements, then… Continue reading 3.8 GPA/ 200+ observation hours /Collegiate All American swimmer. When should I e-submit my PTCAS? I am going to be a senior, what term should I be applying for? FALL 2014
Finally done with year one and officially a DPT II!
I actually wrote a blog post all about this! Deciding where to apply to school, and then where to enroll is a complicated and personal process, but hopefully this post will help. Let me know if you still have any questions!