angiepantstakesontheworld: American Physical Therapy Association Proud Member.
Last week I was contacted by NAIOMT – the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy to be interviewed for their PT Profile series. It was great timing since it coincided with my last week of classes in my DPT program. I was glad to have the opportunity to publicly thank my mentors who have helped me get this far.
If you’re new to my blog, welcome!
PT Profile: Jasmine Marcus
This post has a great message: don’t judge the people working out around you. It’s easy to look at someone and feel superior for being able to lift a heavier weight or do more sets and reps, but as this blogger points out, they might have a reason for what they’re doing.
I think of this often when I’ve doing therapeutic exercises for PT in the gym that might look easy to onlookers, but are hard to perform when recovering from injury.
Ugh, ok so I know I’m not exactly big and intimidating…really I’m short and just small in every way possible. But that does not mean that anyone at the gym has the right to make fun of me for being there.
I’m trying to be an athlete.
I’ve crashed a lot while racing but the last two crashes…
Now that the end of the year is approaching, job lists for 2015 are rolling out. Here’s a list of the top ten jobs for 2015 by MSN. PT is #9.
Top 10 Jobs for 2015
This list highlights roles for which a college degree is required and where the jobs posted by companies each month outnumbers the workers employers are able to hire.
It’s been a while since I’ve seen a job rankings list, but now that the end of the year is approaching, more should be coming along. Forbes highlights PT as a top 10 job for which a college degree is required. Can’t argue with that.
PT is a Top 10 Job
brains-and-bodies: I’ve got my first interview for physical therapy school in January, how exciting! Does any one who has been through graduate school interviews have any advice? Lot’s of advice right here. Good luck interviewing!