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The language you use in your PT resume can mean the difference between catching a recruiter's eye and falling short to other professionals.
Occupational therapists are in a unique position when it comes to interacting with patients, and this creates the opportunity to directly enhance patient safety.
Physical therapy is a rewarding job in any setting, but it's extra fulfilling in a rehab setting for several reasons. You get to see physically broken people become revitalized as you solve the puzzles of their injuries and work with them in the healing process.
Any time patients are dealing with something that's new to them, they're likely to have some concerns and questions. Answering patient concerns is important, whether you're dealing with something like physical therapy concerns or questions about the safety and effectiveness of imaging.
It's vital for physical therapists (PTs) to stay on top of the latest trends in physical health, and online resources are available to make it easy to do. Physical therapists help with pain management and range of motion issues for patients who have been sick or injured.