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It's not All about you...

I forget frequently of how often it is not about me… and by extension, it is not about you either.  As is human nature we take all interactions personally with a strange self-importance to their substance.   467 more words


Scientific Reasoning in the Clinical Examination - An Intro

Are you tired of seeing “stuff” like this? (I mean who’s he even talking to??)

Or maybe this? (Uhh… 682 more words

Physical Therapy

Exercise for Low Back Pain (Ab strengthen)- part 3

My continuing work on my low back pain and another exercise to help with the anterior chain (abs):
Hollow Hold (is what I think most people call it)- I call it HARD! 307 more words

Physical Therapy Practice

2015 "To-Do" List

I know it’s a little late for a 2015 “goals” type of post, and I did mean to put one together at the start of the year, but it’s always hard for me to begin setting new goals when I’m focused on the… 468 more words


PT Profile: TJ Janicky, SPT

For this week’s PT Profile, let’s say hello to Thomas Janicky, better known as TJ. He is a 3rd year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and is an active member of his academic community where he is the current Vice-President of Rutger’s Student Leadership Council and The Co-Director of RUDPT’s Community Participatory Physical Therapy Clinic. 1,647 more words

Physical Therapy

Think about it...

How do I help my patient get better? It may depend on many things, the disease, injury, co-morbidities, etc. And in many cases it can be hard to ignore big factors that “stand in the way” of recovery. 337 more words

Critical Thinking

The Expedition is only Beginning

I am officially done with my didactic career. Just two short clinicals stand between me and crossing the stage with my DPT. The last two weeks have been filled with “lasts”: last class, last test, last final, last weekend, last practical, last presentation. 239 more words