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Making Recess More Inclusive For Students With Autism

June 25th, 2019
By: Content Staff

Most of us remember looking forward to recess each day in grade school, but for autistic children, recess can be another challenging, frustrating experience. While most kids enjoy the shouting and laughing that accompany kickball, dod...

Overcoming Interview Anxiety

June 18th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

The manpower shortage in physical therapy continues to be so acute that you can always find a job, regardless of your interview skills. But what about that dream job you always wanted, working in the setting of your choice, treating t...

Be mindful of the mind: Understanding the brain’s role in chronic pain

June 11th, 2019
By: Content Staff

To address a patient’s chronic pain effectively, you need to understand his whole story. That’s the message from Leonard Van Gelder, who recently founded the physical therapy practice Dynamic Movement and Recovery in Grand Rapids, Mic...

Life Lessons for New Grads (or Anyone for That Matter)

June 4th, 2019
By: Heather McMillen

Life Lessons for New Grads (or Anyone for that Matter)

During this time of year, new grads are receiving a ton of career advice from all directions and medium. Personally, I feel the best advice comes from li...

Hungry For Hippotherapy: Equine Sessions Can Be Important Component of Integrated PT Program

May 28th, 2019
By: Content Staff

When a physical therapy patient sits astride a horse who is walking, it might look like the horse is doing all the work, but in reality, the patient also is getting a workout. That’s the message from the American Hippotherapy Associat...

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