Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why should you be a PT? Because it is one of the best jobs in America for 2012, of course!!!

Please take a look at the article below from PT In Motion.  Physical Therapy is a rewarding  career choice.  Is it the right one for you?  If you are interested in the physical therapy career field and would like an … Continue reading

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Scholarships from WPTA

Attention PT and PTA students: If you are graduating between 12/12 and 12/13, you are eligible to apply for scholarship from the WPT Fund. For more information and for application materials go to the WPTA website – http://www.wpta.org/wptfund.cfm#scholar All materials, including … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Senior Citizens on Simple Healthy Living

This article from the The Atlantic gives some general guidelines for seniors on living their lives to the fullest!  Take a look! Click here to read the article.

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Ensuring Safety for Loved Ones Living With Dementia

Please take a look at the article below from the Alzheimer’s society of Canada if you have a loved one suffering with dementia.  Also, remember that an Occupational Therapist can assist in making your loved one’s home a safe place … Continue reading

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ASHA article on Stuttering

http://www.asha.org/Publications/leader/2012/120214/Lessons-Learned.htm This article is written by a speech and language pathologist that understands first-hand the frustrations of stuttering as well as overcoming this obstacle.  It is a very good read!

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Article from AOTA re: Therapy Caps

This is an interesting article on therapy caps for the geriatric population.  Take a peek! http://www.sacbee.com/2012/02/15/4266152/coalition-to-congress-protect.html

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What is a Physical Therapist?

“Physical therapists are health care professionals who address the needs of patients and clients by helping them restore, maintain, and attain optimal physical function. Physical therapists work closely with other rehabilitation and health professionals to “provide services to patients and … Continue reading

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What is the goal of Occupational Therapy?

“Occupational therapy plays a key role in identifying strategies that enable individuals to modify their homes, thereby maximizing their ability to participate in daily tasks/activities…  An Occupational Therapist evaluates balance, coordination, endurance, safety awareness, strength attention, problem solving, vision, communication, and many other functions while the individual performs … Continue reading

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Value of Occupational Therapy with the Elderly – AOTA

“Approaching each person as a unique individual, occupational therapy practitioners create client-centered care.  They understand the physiological and psychosocial changes that come with aging and the challenges of managing a chronic condition.  Collaborating with occupational therapy practitioners will help to maximize performance abilities and promote independence in self-care, work, … Continue reading

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In honor of Valentine’s Day…

“Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.” -Robert Heinlein “Love is something eternal; the aspect may change, but not the essence.” –Vincent van Gogh “You know you’re in love when you … Continue reading

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