Physical Therapy

Attention Physical Therapists

August 19, 2013
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  • Physical Therapy
  • Now that you’re entering the work force, college loan repayment begins. APTA offers articles and resources on the Student Loan Repayment and Debt Management webpage. For new graduates, APTA also offers a Career Starter Dues program that will enable you to save 50% off your first year of professional membership… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Nicole

    September 07, 2012
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  • Clinical Education
  • My name is Nicole Parrish and I am a 3rd year PT student at the University of Oklahoma.  I received my bachelors in psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma before pursuing physical therapy.  I chose physical therapy because I wanted to understand how to help prevent injuries in the… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Heather

    August 17, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Hello Everyone!  My name is Heather Vaughn and I am entering my 3rd and final year of the DPT program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. I am very excited to be a part of the RehabCare Student Team this year! I think it will be an amazing… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Nora

    August 10, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Hi!  My name is Nora Malone and I am a 3rd year DPT student at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center – Tulsa campus.  I am not your typical, “traditional” college student.  I am a wife, a mother of two teenage boys, and I have been a licensed physical… read more

    In A Student’s Words…David

    August 03, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Hi, my name is David L. and I am a physical therapy student beginning my final year in the D.P.T. program at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.  As a non-traditional student, I came into the program with a 13 year history in corporate leadership, where part of my responsibility… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Amanda (Entry 5)

    March 15, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • PT/OT Love I really enjoy co-treating with physical therapy.  Many of my patients have very low endurance and transfer skills.  They may not usually be able to tolerate PT and OT treatments separate.  When I co-treat with PT I feel confident and I feel like we are able to establish… read more

    Come Join Our Team…We Are Waiting For You!

    March 06, 2012
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  • Applying At RehabCare
  • Are you a recent or upcoming PT graduate? Are you looking to start your career off with a bang in a great location with a supportive therapy team?  If so, the RehabCare team at Kindred Transitional Care and Rehab – Ridgmar in Fort Worth, Texas is waiting for you! Contact… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Kristin D. (Entry 8)

    February 22, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Gait Speed: A Simple Outcome Measure Outcome measures are used by physical therapists to document change in patients.  For example, the outcome measure will be performed at the initial evaluation and at subsequent points in the intervention process to determine if the patient has improved, declined, or remained about the… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Kristin S. (Entry 3)

    February 22, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Every day that I am in the clinic, I am reminded of the great impact physical therapy can have on peoples’ lives.  This week I was able to witness a life changing impact that my clinical instructor was able to have on a patient that she had prior to my… read more

    In A Student’s Words…Kristin D. (Entry 7)

    February 15, 2012
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Aging with Multiple Sclerosis My fall clinical rotation was at a facility that mostly served patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I already knew I had a passion to help people with MS which began when a relative was diagnosed with the disease several years ago. While I already knew aspects… read more