North County Water & Sports Therapy Center - April 2020



Forget the Money

It’s 6 a.m. on Monday morning, and your alarm clock blares in your face. You groan and, with the thought of another week looming over you, pull yourself out of bed. But the early wake-up call is the least of your worries. Another week has begun, and you’re still stuck in a job that you no longer love or maybe never did. Does this sound familiar? If so, you may believe changing careers isn’t worth the hassle, especially if you’re close to retirement, but here’s the secret: It’s not too late! There’s nothing stopping you from finding a career you love later in life. Here are three tips to get you started.

Money matters, but it shouldn’t be your first priority on the job hunt. Instead, consider what’s going to make you the happiest. What’s your dream job? What have you always enjoyed doing? If money wasn’t an option, what would you be doing right now instead of counting down the hours to 5 p.m.? Be realistic in your goals and find something you love.

Seek Guidance

Remember, you’re not alone in this fight! Plenty of people switch careers midway through their lives to focus on something they really enjoy. Seek guidance from those who have had a similar experience and look to professional job hunters or consultants for help. Furthermore, after years in the same job or industry, you’re bound to have made a few connections. Reach out for professional support. Regardless of what path you choose, remember that a career you enjoy is always possible. We can’t promise that you’ll love getting up at 6 a.m., but at least you won’t dread what comes next.

Be Flexible

If it’s been a while since you’ve hunted for a job, then you may have forgotten what it’s like. Job searching can be exhausting, and some job requirements can look overwhelming. But getting stuck in your ways and focusing on the things you cannot do will only hinder your ability to find a job you actually love. Instead, take a deep breath and be open to what comes. You may discover a hidden talent or passion!

TELEHEALTH SERVICES Are Coming Soon to North County Water and Sports Therapy Center

What is telehealth? It is a term used to describe methods of enhancing health care and health education delivery using telecommunications technologies. In a continuing effort to improve our patients’ outcomes, we will soon be implementing a variety of optional telehealth services using a web-based phone and computer app to deliver the following programs: • Monthly mobile app subscriptions, including home program videos, exercise reminders, and tracking of progress, along with articles, newsletters, and a medical library • Continuation of care services for after discharge to stay in touch with your physical therapist or utilize wellness programs • Live video consults with your physical therapist

We are excited to bring more options to help you effectively and efficiently manage your health and wellness.

Have questions? Ask you therapist or give us a call at (858) 675-1133.

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