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July 2013 - Posts

Toni Talks about PT Today

Overtime Issues
by Toni Patt
I've noticed a growing trend to prohibit overtime. Until recently, overtime was frowned on but permitted if caseload supported it. That isn't happening anymore. The same is true to a lesser extent for using contract labor to fill staffing gaps. Many facilities Read More...
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Secondary Gains
by Toni Patt
If you work in physical therapy, sooner or later you're going to encounter a patient, friend or relative who is making secondary gains off the patient's illness. In my experience, this usually revolves around money or special attention. I have a patient Read More...
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Life as a CEU Instructor
by Toni Patt
Today's lunch topic was my life when I travel to teach. I realized no one really thinks about the person presenting the course. I didn't think about it until I started teaching. Usually my main concerns were signing in, getting the manual, and getting Read More...
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How Old is Too Old for Therapy?
by Toni Patt
Today at lunch we were talking about how much older our patients are today compared to years past. Someone observed that many of our older patients just want to stay in bed. They are worn out from living. She went on to say that when you've reached 90 Read More...
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Horse Show or TPTA Conference?
by Toni Patt
This afternoon I received the monthly email from the Texas Physical Therapy Association. It contained a prospectus for the upcoming annual conference and early registration. This is much smaller than the APTA's Combined Sections Meeting, probably not Read More...
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