3 Things I Would Tell Myself Before Internships

I graduate next month. It feels surreal. I’ve learned so many lessons over the last three years, especially during my clinical rotations. Going out on internships during PT school is exciting, because it’s time to get into the clinic and — you know — do therapist things. No more Scantrons, very few Powerpoints, but just as […]

“Where there is despair, hope.”

“I never thought I would walk again.” These words left me speechless. During an internship in an inpatient rehabilitation facility, I had been working with someone who recently underwent a transfemoral amputation. He was in a motor vehicle accident that nearly killed him. We worked through many periods of frustration and pain during our physical […]

Your Psychological Biases Are Stealing Your Money

This post is in response to “3 Psychological Biases and Your Money,” by Joseph Reinke, CFA, CEO of FitBUX. If you are in the physical therapy profession, then you may be interested in FitPT, the FitBUX physical therapy community. You can follow @FitBUXofficial and @FitPTofficial on Twitter. In the 1960s, Walter Mischel and his colleagues conducted one […]