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May 2013 - Posts

Journey of a DPT Student

Finding Your Voice
by Lauren Rosso
With experience comes responsibility. It's a simple concept, but I never fully appreciated it until recently when I was involved in the discharge decision-making process for patients I've been working with. As I'm sure any physical therapist working in Read More...
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Mod-Max Assist Gait Training
by Lauren Rosso
As I'm settling more and more into my current clinical rotation on a traumatic brain injury inpatient rehab unit, opportunities are more frequently coming around to develop hands-on clinical skills. Obviously, a lot of what we do revolves around functional Read More...
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A DPT Student with Patients
by Lauren Rosso
I completed the first full week of my six-month clinical affiliation, and things are off to a tremendous start. This past week, I was assigned two patients of my very own who I'll likely see throughout their course of care on the inpatient rehab unit. Read More...
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How to Get Your Clinical Instructor to Trust You
by Lauren Rosso
Please don't be fooled by the title of this post. I don't have a good method by which to accomplish this. However after starting my fifth clinical last Wednesday, I've realized that earning the trust of a clinical instructor is a very tricky game requiring Read More...
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