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The Physical Therapy Blogs You Should be Reading

Successful professionals make it a point to stay current with industry trends, and physical therapists are no exception. Whether you’re passionate about career growth, clinical care, pain science, a niche like sports or pelvic floor therapy, or finding creative ways to use your degree, there’s probably a PT blog out there for you. In this post, we’ve curated some of the best physical therapy blogs on the Internet. Some are written by PTs; others are managed by professional writers, researchers, or other types of clinicians

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Employee Engagement: Your Most Important Business Initiative

What single business initiative can make your employees want to work harder for you, while inspiring them to be happier than ever with their jobs? Hint: The answer is not more money. The answer is increasing employee engagement. This is possibly the single most important part of an owner or manager’s duties.

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Up and Leave: What to Do When a Therapist Quits

Breakups are never easy. Even if it’s an amicable split, it’s hard not to look back on your time together and wonder what could’ve been. But here’s the good news: if you approach a breakup from a place of maturity and wisdom, you can learn some valuable lessons and apply them to your next relationship.

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The Ultimate Checklist for PT, OT, and SLP New Grads

The end of graduate school is an exciting time. For newly minted clinicians, the lure of treating patients with a greater sense of ownership and autonomy is empowering and liberating. Caught up in the rush of that newfound freedom, though, it’s easy to forget about some of the crucial steps we must take to set our careers in the right direction.

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