Helpful Tips for Your Physical Therapy Job Interview

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Are you preparing for an upcoming physical therapy job interview? Whether you’re a pt student getting ready to graduate and take your boards, or you’re already in the field and ready for a job change –– you can never be too prepared for an interview. Here are some tips for your next job interview to […]

3 Healthy & Delicious Spring Recipes for Veggie Lovers

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Ready to add to flare to your weekly meal routine? These healthy spring recipes are simple, delicious and packed with in-season ingredients! #1: Healthy, Simple Roasted Asparagus Healthy, Simple Roasted Asparagus The best thing about fresh, spring vegetables is that you really don’t have to do much to them to really get the most flavor […]

Take Your Spring Eating Routine from Drab to FAB

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It’s very common to eat a little heavier during the colder months. So things like soup, meat and potatoes, comfort foods like casserole typically have the spotlight because they keep our bellies full and bodies warm. However, now that warmer months are officially here, you’re probably starting (or ready) to make some adjustments to your […]

Thank You Letter: Perspective From a PT Student

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As part of the rigorous Doctorate of Physical Therapy curriculum, physical therapy students are required to complete 3-5 clinical internships at various clinics, hospitals, nursing homes and other rehabilitation centers for 6-12 weeks in each setting. Students are assigned to a clinical instructor/preceptor (“CI” for short) who serves as a mentor during their clinical rotation. […]

What is Occupational Therapy? | National OT Month

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April is National Occupational Therapy Month! So we wanted to help everyone understand what this therapy is, and how it’s different from physical therapy. The purpose of occupational therapy is to help people do the things they want and need to do on a daily basis. Whether it’s returning to a normal day at home, […]

Quick Facts About Physical Therapy School

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PT Education Requirements 4 years of undergraduate study and 3 years of graduate school Some programs offer a 3 + 3 accelerated degree Most programs have a research component Clinical rotations/Internships (varies by school) 40-46 weeks Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) – All PT programs are now Doctorate programs.  Individuals are no longer able to […]

Just for Runners: How to Improve Your Cadence

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Hello all you runners out there! Whether you are a seasoned marathoner or new to the sport of running, I have one word for you that may make a big difference in how you run and reduce potential injuries – CADENCE. What is Cadence?  Cadence is how many steps you take in a minute.  It […]

Tips to Spring Clean Your Health & Boost Your Wellness

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Springtime is a great time to spring clean your health and reboot your overall wellness! Now that you’ve turned our clocks forward, it’s time to turn your focus onto your wellness and living a healthy lifestyle. No matter what is it that you want to focus on and improve, whether it’s exercising, clean eating, or […]

Meet the New Girl on Board: Kristine Ostertag, PTA

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Hello, all! My name is Kristine Ostertag, I am the new physical therapist assistant at the Maplewood location. I have officially made the trek across the river to Minnesota! I am from the small town of Spring Valley, Wisconsin and enjoy the outdoors anything from hunting, fishing, to even just taking walks with my German […]

How to Maximize Your Physical Therapy Sessions

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So you’re scheduled for physical therapy, but now what? If you’re the type of person who likes to get prepared and know what to expect, we have some tips for you. Because there are things that you can do that will help you get the most out of your physical therapy sessions. Here are the […]

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