Three years ago, on June 15, 2015, was my first day of work as a physical therapist. Three years seems like a significant anniversary because it means I’ve now been a PT for as long as I was in PT school. In some ways, it feels like I’ve been a PT forever, and in others,… Continue reading Three Year Work’aversary
Happy June! Here are links to the articles I’ve been quoted in during the past month: Insider: 10 Signs Your Workout is Actually Hurting You – May 9, 2018. Washington Informer: Living Longer and Better Through Nutrition, Exercise and Rest – May 9, 2018. MSN/Reader’s Digest: 20 Worst Pieces of Health Advice on the Internet – May 7, 2018. Live in… Continue reading New Quotes
A few months ago, I was asked by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), if I would like to be featured in an article for Perspectives Magazine about physical therapists who have had major career changes. Perspectives is the APTA’s publication for PT’s and PTA’s in the first five years of their career. Today, the… Continue reading Perspectives Magazine
I’m excited to have been quoted recently in two national publications: Shape and Reader’s Digest. Both are articles with similar themes: what clinicians wished their patients knew. In Shape, I discuss how patients can maximize physical therapy sessions and in RD, I bust a common health myth. Check them out here and here!
Today is the seventh anniversary of starting my PT blog! The blog began on Tumblr during my first year after graduating with my undergraduate degree when I was living in Israel. It was a way for me to bridge the gap between the journalism/writing career I was in to the physical therapy career I was… Continue reading 7th Blog’aversary
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Check out my guest post for the DPT Diaries in which I discuss my passion for working in outpatient orthopedics, the setting in which I’ve always known I would work!