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  • Managing a Routine in PT School

    One of the toughest parts of PT school is staying on top of my routine. Aside from school-related studying and activities, I prioritize weightlifting, eating as healthy as I can and finding time to spend with friends. Here are some ways I stay on top of it: ● Become a morning person. I've been forced to become a morning person, waking up between ...
    Posted to Striving to Be a DPT (Weblog) on October 14, 2014
  • Autism & SPDs: Learning From an OT

    Editor's Note: This post, written by Darlida Ospina, MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, originally appeared in ADVANCE for Speech and Hearing. For this blog, I consulted an Occupational Therapist (OT) with 21 years of experience in the field. I consulted Mrs. Vargas for her professional expertise on working with children that have Sensory Processing ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Outlook: OT (Weblog) on October 14, 2014
  • Further Validation

    This weekend was the Physiotherapy UK 2014 conference in Birmingham. For the first time ever, I presented a poster that had been peer-reviewed. It felt really good to be able to give something back to the profession from my work. It was the culmination of two years worth of work, studying the patients who had come through our falls clinic, ...
    Posted to PT and the Greater Good (Weblog) on October 13, 2014
  • Treatments I Won't Perform

    A PT can come to the facility and decide not to follow any of the previous treatments or goals, and may decide to change many aspects of the treatment program. This isn't inherently wrong since the PT is responsible for the patients, but if the treatments include Kegel exercises where the expectation is for me to palpate regions I normally don't ...
    Posted to PTA Blog Talk (Weblog) on October 9, 2014
  • Sometimes You Say the Right Thing

    Last week I wrote about my latest conflict at work. The others want to use capital budget to purchase a mechanical lift. I am opposed because mechanical lift transfers aren't functional. The patient is a passive participant. Last Saturday I was teaching a course in Florida. During the section on transfers I talk about mechanical lifts. I make the ...
    Posted to Toni Talks about PT Today (Weblog) on October 8, 2014
  • Benefits of PT Student Involvement

    This week I was awarded a grant to attend the National Student Conclave. The grant covers airfare, hotel and registration to the conference. Of course, I was very happy to receive the grant but was also eager to share with my peers the benefits of being involved. The grant was through my university and any student, from any program, wanting to ...
    Posted to Striving to Be a DPT (Weblog) on October 8, 2014
  • Believe the Premise

    If someone told us in 1769 there would be horseless carriages (automobiles), we may have laughed and dismissed that person as a lunatic. Would you have believed someone if he told you back in 1969 that linking four universities would eventually lead to the Internet? What about if a Star Trek fan told you 20 years ago that the use of ...
    Posted to PTA Blog Talk (Weblog) on October 2, 2014
  • Anne Frank's House

    One of the great benefits of living in England is that the rest of Europe is very close by. I got to enjoy a mini-break in Amsterdam this weekend while my partner gave a speech for his work. The last time I was in Amsterdam was on Yom Kippur, the one day of the year the Anne Frank house is closed. I was not missing it this time! It was an ...
    Posted to PT and the Greater Good (Weblog) on October 1, 2014
  • Promoting Functional Transfers

    My facility is looking at capital budget for next year. We've all been asked to submit requests for equipment. The process is pretty simple. We submit a list of items we desperately need. Later we're told we can have one or two of them sometime during the next year. Usually I limit my requests to more wheelchairs and wheelchair cushions. This ...
    Posted to Toni Talks about PT Today (Weblog) on September 30, 2014
  • Unjustified Clinic Fears

    Last week's blog was about my nervousness going into the first clinic week. I'm happy to report that all of my anxiety was for nothing, I had a great 8 hours in the clinic! The professors did quiz us a lot, but not knowing the answers wasn't a big deal and I identified my weaknesses. More importantly, I learned a ton! I was especially impressed ...
    Posted to Striving to Be a DPT (Weblog) on September 29, 2014
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