Inside the Physical Therapy YouTube World
Jan27

Inside the Physical Therapy YouTube World

Founded in 2005, YouTube has become one of the most popular websites in the entire world. Whether you’re watching cute cat videos, a how-to on fixing your washer, or watching old sports highlights, the video platform has changed the way we consume content. It’s no surprise that you can find a video community for nearly any industry, hobby, or trend. That doesn’t exclude physical therapy! In fact, there are hundreds of videos that...

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7 Foods to Avoid While Traveling
Jan20

7 Foods to Avoid While Traveling

When you’re a jet setter, food is one of the most amazing parts of the trip (at least for me anyway.) But, when you’re constantly bopping around from place to place there’s a lot of obstacles that can end up making us sick, messing up our beach bodies, or just simply a waste of time or money when we could be sinking our teeth into something that actually is worth writing home about. Although sampling new savory...

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PT Presents | Gifts For Physical Therapists
Jan13

PT Presents | Gifts For Physical Therapists

We know we’re a few weeks out from the holidays, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to stop giving gifts! There are plenty of occasions where giving a gift is in order. Whether it’s a birthday, marriage, promotion, or a friendly “just because” gift, there’s always a need for gift ideas. This time we’re going to focus on the physical therapist in your life. Whether they’re a coworker, spouse, or friend, physical therapists deserve...

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PT’s Guide to Spring Sports Injuries
Dec30

PT’s Guide to Spring Sports Injuries

Spring is here! And with that comes all our favorite seasonal sports: baseball, tennis, lacrosse, track, and so many more! Athletes can’t wait to get out into the warmer weather and start playing. But, with temperature changes and lack of proper warm-ups, athletes can get ahead of themselves; that is what physical therapy is for. Spring sports injuries can be common and easily treatable; others are more severe and require...

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Graveyard Shift Survival Guide | Tips For Working Night Shift
Dec23

Graveyard Shift Survival Guide | Tips For Working Night Shift

We thank you, night owl health workers, for being our nocturnal support system. While it’s not always easy working into the wee hours of the night, your sacrifice does not go unnoticed. Not everyone is cut out for working the night shift. In fact, many of you didn’t have a choice before working at night. In fact, with the healthcare industry established as a 24/7 business, nearly 15 million people in the United States work full-time...

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