This blog is about how I ended up scrubbing toilets less than a year after earning my doctorate degree. I want this blog to reach someone who thinks that they deserve something because of their title; you don't.
From one imposter to another, it's all going to work out. Whatever you're feeling, you're not alone and I would argue, it's not a bad thing.
There are more similarities between melting an ice cube and reaching your goals than you might think.
Patients don’t seek physical therapy because they are in pain. Patients seek physical therapy because their pain is interfering with who they are.
This blog is about adding value first, before expectation of return and how that mindset can transform healthcare and your life.
The "soft skills" are the skills that matter most.
Where PT school falls short.
It’s bigger than us: here’s the heartfelt speech that I had the honor of delivering at my DPT graduation .
The rationale for why physical therapy is a team effort. As well as why the patient is an important member of the team and why the patient needs to be an active participant in the rehabilitation process.