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Transition to Rehab Management

Making Changes
by Karen Schiff
Preparing a case report for initial submission isn't as simple as I thought it would be. Having followed the guidelines set forth by the APTA website for the content necessary in a case report, I failed to achieve a very important part: limited word count. Read More...
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We Come to a Close
by Karen Schiff
What a wild year it has been for those of us enrolled in the DPT program. We acquired the credit hours to partially meet our goal, which is set to be achieved in August 2013. We've learned new techniques, new terminology, diagnostic vocabulary and how Read More...
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Fall Semester Done
by Karen Schiff
After much sweat and tears this past semester, I've finally managed to finish my three online classes for my DPT with a month to spare. It was perhaps the most challenging semester so far, with a class titled "Direct Access." Having worked 20-plus years Read More...
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PT Advocacy
by Karen Schiff
As a therapist and candidate for a doctorate in physical therapy, I have several opportunities to speak up and make a statement for the patients we treat on a daily basis. Over the past year and a half, I've learned it is in our scope of practice to make Read More...
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Direct Access
by Karen Schiff
This third and final class of the semester, "Direct Access," has taken more time than I expected, as I realize there are more than 20 articles I need to read and take quizzes on, as well as listen to the lectures that coincide. This is proving to be one Read More...
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Back to Study Mode
by Karen Schiff
Three courses, three months. Final year of an investment in this tremendous amount of knowledge. Although the courses sound familiar to me, just flipping through the PowerPoint presentations solidifies the fact that there is still so much to learn. As Read More...
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Pulling It All Together
by Karen Schiff
As my quest for a doctoral degree progresses, I find myself looking at the art of physical therapy in a different light. Initially, not knowing what to expect or what I needed to brush up on was high up on my fear list, not to mention having to keep an Read More...
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