Today’s Headline

Below the Knee Amputee Takes First Steps Seconds After Prosthetic Fitting

Thank you for stoppping by for today's press releases.     MARLTON, NJ, February 14, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A South Jersey man's life was changed forever when a rare bacteria claimed his left leg below the knee. Christopher Botta's story begins 3 years ago when he became sick with an … [Read More...]

Pre Physical Therapist

Your Guide to the Physical Therapy Education…and You Won’t Look Anywhere Else

So, you want to be physical therapist but do not know where to start? We are here to help you. This article is about your guide to the physical therapy education. Physical therapy is one of the most promising careers for this decade and for the next. … [Read More...]

Know the Ins and Outs of the Physical Therapy Admission Process

What do you know about the Physical Therapy Admissions Process? If nothing, that is quite understandable. Discover the ins and outs of physical therapy admissions process here. What is PTCAS? According to APTA, you can either apply online or … [Read More...]

Five Highest Paid Specialties for Physical Therapists

It is not surprising that there is an upsurge of people interested in the physical therapy program. There are more and more people aging. The elderly as well as the  discovery of new illnesses and diseases have called for more and more demand for the … [Read More...]

How to Customise Your Bodily Treatment Résumé

There is no denying that one of the careers with the perfect views in the years to come is bodily remedy. There is an upsurge in the quantity of college students learning bodily remedy in the hopes that they may just, in the future, additionally grow … [Read More...]

How to Create a Stunning PT Cover Letter for Your Job Application

One of the first steps that you, or any physical therapist, must do is to know how to create a stunning PT cover letter for your job application. You already have a prospect position in mind. Your résumé is already done and ready to be passed. But … [Read More...]

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Physical Therapist

Relocating? Here’s Three Must-Know Tips for Physical Therapists

Everyone would agree that looking for a new job brings a lot of stress. And even if you have found the job you wanted, the feeling of apprehension is still there. Being in that situation is already … [Read More...]

New Year’s Resolution for the Physical Therapist

Now that in a few weeks’ time, 2013 will come to an end. Soon, you would say hello to 2014. Inevitably you contemplate how you have fared for this year and how you can improve for the following year. … [Read More...]

The Little-Known Physical Therapy Problems That You Ought to Know

Perhaps it would be safe to say that this year is the time when there have been a lot of problems, not just in the physical therapy sector but in the whole health care system. It is not just politics … [Read More...]

Developing a Great Bedside Manner

You may have heard of a bedside manner in your physical therapy practice. But what does constitute a great one? Why does one have to be keen on developing a great bedside manner? What is it there for … [Read More...]

5 Characteristics of Highly Effective Physical Therapists

You may have read and put into heart the book entitled, “ Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”. Let’s tweak it a bit and put the 5 characteristics of highly effective physical therapists here in … [Read More...]

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Advanced Physical Therapists

How to Take Charge of Your Physical Therapy Advertising Woes

Who says that putting up your own physical therapy clinic is a walk in the park? But then again, who says that it will never be a walk in the park? If you want to venture into any kind of business, you know how valuable advertising can be. Whether … [Read More...]

Killer Branding Tips for the Physical Therapist

People can go on and on about what branding is all about. Perhaps the best definition of what branding is comes from the Father of Advertising himself, David Ogilvy, who once said that a brand is “The intangible sum of a product’s attributes: its … [Read More...]

Compartmentalizing the Ethical Issues in Sports Medicine

Sports medicine seems to have a special problem that many in the health care section do not. It seems that sports medicine is something different. It is not placed in the usual patient-physical therapist setting. Rather, there is another ingredient … [Read More...]

On Creating a Rapport with Physicians

Even if there is no stopping  the popularity of direct access among physical therapists, one just cannot deny that physical therapists are still going to need patient referrals from physicians. One just cannot do away with ideas and strategies on … [Read More...]

Dry Needling for Beginners: What You Need to Know

No one can deny how valuable physical therapists are. The once delegated-only-to-pain-management health professionals are now treating various kinds of health-related ailments and conditions. But then again, the primary reason why people flock to … [Read More...]

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