I quit my physical therapy job because of burnout. This blog is aimed at helping you avoid what I felt and if it's too late, to help guide a meaningful change.
This blog is all about how the things we can't measure can make a bigger difference than the ones we do.
This one is about the immense power that lies in one small word.
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.
The slower pace gives me space to think and I vacillate between feelings. Part of me is comforted. It tells me that everything will be back to normal in due time. However, the other part of me feels worried. It tells me that the world might never be the same.
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.
It's been a heavy week and I feel compelled to write about what it means to build character; something that takes constant effort but something that couldn't be more worth it.