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Being a Student

We’ve almost reached the dog days of summer, and that means that the class of 2016 is already about halfway through our second clinical rotation! For me personally, it’s been a great start to this rotation so far, and I’ve already learned a great deal in these three short weeks. 371 more words


Be Well!

We are so grateful for our patients and gym members! You keep us inspired every day to keep working hard and continuing to do what we do at San Luis Sports Therapy – Paso Robles! 192 more words


PT Advocacy 101

Hello world! Below you will find a link to the newsletter I created outlining an introduction to physical therapy advocacy. My goal with this post is to show that advocacy isn’t as scary (or as difficult) as it may seem. 46 more words


The Period of Unthinking.

In 2013 my return to college after a 19-year hiatus was full of wide-eyed curiosity and motivation.  I had no idea what to expect, but unlike the 17-year-old freshman of years past, I was excited to be back in the classroom and ready to take on the prerequisites for the doctor of physical therapy program.   553 more words


MNEs face £1.1 billion bill following HMRC Transfer Pricing challenges

The UK rules covering Transfer Pricing between companies in the same multinational enterprise (MNE) are based on international standards set by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) 272 more words

Transfer Pricing

Manual therapy continuing education - What's the point?

My first month off following graduation was spent interviewing for travel positions. I was looking for a way to pay off some of my six figure loan debt effectively, and travel PT provides that opportunity. 671 more words

Physical Therapy

Pain, Re-framed.

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I had chronic low back pain.


The first incident was years prior in college: randomly getting up from a nap on the couch (college!) and my back grabbed me and put me on the floor. 1,172 more words

Physical Therapy