Yesterday was my last (official) day of class of PT school, we still have a few things on our agenda next week but after that, it's a wrap! On to clinicals, then boards, then graduation! Time really flew by over the last two and a half years. As my last day of class passes, I … Continue reading Day One
If you are signed up for my email list then you’ll already know that this week I am posting twice for a very special reason. Today I had the amazing opportunity to bring the founder of The U.S. Pain Foundation, my sister, parents, and my sister’s physical therapist to lecture my classmates on patient advocacy … Continue reading The U.S. Pain Foundation
I’ve had my heart stuck on pediatric physical therapy for quite some time now. Initially I enjoyed the idea of working with kids when my sister Melanie started going to PT in the early stages of her CRPS diagnosis. Her physical therapist focused her treatment on getting her to walk again and being able to … Continue reading Peds PT is the PT for Me!
“My soldier” is the nickname I’ve given my little sister, Melanie. It’s not a nickname that will ever change… even if I wanted to change it, it’s tattooed on my wrist so I can’t! At just 10 years old my sister was already inspiring and changing me, her 16-year-old sister. As you may have noticed, … Continue reading My Soldier