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  • Breaking Down Barriers

    Last week, the Los Angeles Dodgers made news by hiring Sue Falsone, MS, PT, ATC, CSCS, as the first female physical therapist in Major League Baseball. The hire highlighted the increasing trend of professional sports teams bringing in their own physical therapists. In the past, injured athletes would be sent to independent physical therapy ...
  • Moving on Up

    For many physical therapists, climbing the clinical ladder means eventually landing in a managerial position. PTs are health care professionals who evaluate and manage health conditions for people of all ages. But, for the most part, managing employees is not something they have been trained to do. PTs typically possess strong interpersonal ...
  • Patient Advocate Responsibilities

    As nurses, we always tell patients they need to have an advocate for their healthcare needs and issues. If a person chooses you as an advocate, you have a responsibility to make sure you take this role seriously and always provide correct and current information/ resources. It's a treacherous journey for all individuals, including professionals, ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Nurses (Weblog) on June 8, 2007