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 hard and if you add relocating to another just do not make the feelings go away. What would you do if you are relocating? Here’s three must-know tips … [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 working in this part; there are a lot of factors that play around the fact why the health sector is bombarded by issues currently. Being physical … [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 physical therapists nowadays is for the management of their pain. Physical therapists are more than … [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 then again, you forgot to write your cover letter. If in case you think the cover letter is just a … [Read more...]

Physician Referrals: What to Do to Get More

You are going to need physicians. That is a fact. Physicians and physical therapists work hand in hand. It may seem that physician referrals are going to be a thing of the past . However, it does not mean that this will be phased out in the near future. True, direct access is getting more and more available nowadays; nevertheless, you can still get … [Read more...]

The Pre-PT Info

Are you still thinking twice about your physical therapy career? Have you had long nights thinking whether being a physical therapist is really your true calling? Okay, here the hardcore facts you must know physical therapy. Physical therapy is one of the youngest professions in the country. Perhaps it might be caused by the diseases and, for … [Read more...]

How Social Media Becomes Detrimental for Your Physical Therapy Career

Too often you hear people praise the potentiality of social media to increase your opportunities as a physical career and that this kind of platform has not been tapped fully by physical therapists. Let’s put social media and the use thereof in another perspective- how social media becomes detrimental for your physical therapy career. One cannot … [Read more...]

Get That Job Through Social Networking

You just cannot deny the power of the Internet. However, the Internet can be good to bad and everything in between. What was once just used to connect with long lost friends and high school classmates has gotten a notch higher. Now, the Internet is used as a platform to look for jobs. For a person who is looking for a job, the social media platform … [Read more...]

Your Physical Therapy Career and Other Related Professions

For sure you are bent on the physical therapy career. That is perfectly fine. But have you ever wondered what the difference between your physical therapy career and other related professions out there? What makes PT different and what makes such career similar to other health related jobs? Do some of these professions overlap in functions? Will … [Read more...]

The Importance of Water Rehabilitation in Patients with Rett Syndrome

You don't have to be a water baby to enjoy swimming and even water. Swimming as an exercise is not just for the cardiovascular part of the body. It can be for survival as well. That is why the importance of water rehabilitation in patients with Rett Syndrome cannot be denied. Rett Syndrome, though initially known to affect only the female … [Read more...]

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