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April 2009 - Posts

Raising the Bar in Rehab

Last Clinical EVER
by Lisa West
Well, it's basically over. Two more days of my last clinical as a PT student, and then I'm off for a 4-day solo drive home. My mother was kind enough to drive out here with me (we bopped along the whole way, singing at the top of our lungs and gasping Read More...
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Blog-o-Joy
by Lisa West
So, with only seven days of my clinical left, and 25 days until graduation (who's counting?), I thought I would post a list of my blessings, joys and memories throughout this journey of becoming a physical therapist. (I know a lot of these things sound Read More...
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Sick of Being A Student
by Lisa Catenacci
In approximately three weeks, our last clinical will be over and we will be on our way to graduation and being a real PT. In the meantime, I got this email/poem from a friend of mine, who is less-than-thrilled with his final clinical rotation. Enjoy. Read More...
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Professionalism
by Lisa Catenacci
Okay, kind of a controversial subject here. And, I will clear the air before I begin- I am not pointing fingers or even implying that the current staff I'm working with is guilty of such behavior. What I'm about to write is a compilation of many settings, Read More...
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Aphasia
by Lisa Catenacci
Alright, let's talk about how you handle non-verbal patients. I have twice experienced working with patients with expressive aphasia. The first patient, at my last clinical experience, was a recent CVA (within three weeks from the time he was admitted Read More...
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