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July 2009 - Posts

PT and the City

Co-Treatments
by Lisa West
So, the hospital I work at has a habit of doing a lot of co-evaluations and co-treatments between OTs and PTs, especially with patients who requires total or max assist. While I think it is good to work with other disciplines and have another set of hands, Read More...
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ICU and Oncology
by Lisa West
So, this sassy therapist (me) has been getting into the hang of acute-care. I enjoy the challenges of fitting in a therapy session with a patient's busy schedule, I like the population I have been working with lately- mostly general medical, some low Read More...
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Ignorance is Bliss
by Lisa West
I was working in the outpatient clinic last week and had an evaluation for a 43-year old woman for "Left Shoulder". I had no information other than those two words, which isn't terribly uncommon for the setting I am in. (This is a whole different discussion, Read More...
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The Board Exam
by Lisa West
First, that exam was by far the most difficult test I've ever taken. You are only allowed to take a picture ID and your locker key into the test area. The testing area is a bunch of cubicles in a row with a computer, keyboard, mouse, and earplugs at each Read More...
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