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Doctoral Students in the House!! (Continued From Outside)

to become even better than what it was before.

treating patients what they do have is the latest techniques and research on how the profession is changing and improving. Like I said, this relationship goes both ways - I teach them and they teach me. It’s a wonderful way to stay on the cutting edge of the most current treatment techniques. Another benefit to having students is that they can challenge the way we do things. They ask questions, lots of questions, and it’s my job to have an answer. Sometimes while answering

tough questions about treatment or how we operate our clinic, it forces us to look at ourselves in the mirror and decide if our answer is really the right answer. This is a great way for us to continually test our physical therapy treatment and business models, ultimately leading to opportunities to make them better. Overall, I’ve always believed in teaching the next generation of physical therapists - I just never realized how much I’d get back in the process. I think I’ll keep doing it!

Students bring excitement and passion to the clinic. They want to learn as much as they can and they want to help everyone in any way possible. That energy and passion is contagious, and our patients, staff and myself can feel it and are affected by it in a great way. They motivate us to be as passionate about our work as they are (in case we forgot).

While they might not have a lot of experience

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QUAD SET While lying or sitting with a small towel rolled under your ankle, tighten your top thigh muscle to press the back of your knee downward towards the ground.

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