That’s what makes being a Physical Therapist so great; the atmosphere is always positive because everyone is trying to improve, even if a little help is needed. I use the knowledge I learned in college and even when I was a patient to give my patients the best care possible for their specific injuries. When my patients are finally recovered, I get an amazing feeling because I helped them get back on their feet, sometimes literally. I was once in the shoes of my patients. The summer before eleventh grade, I broke my ankle and I was determined to get better as fast as I could.
At a young age, Hephaestokratos was taught how to use the forge, sparking an interest in weaponry and combat. This passion for fighting continued throughout his childhood as he spent much of his leisure time wrestling and boxing with his friends. By his late teens, Hephaestokratos was extremely devoted to boxing and decided to pursue the 440BC Olympics. In order to achieve his dream, he began training by going for daily runs and sparring with his friends. This later progressed to training with more elite level boxers from whom he learned a great deal.
Whether their injury be an ankle sprain or muscle strain, I one-on-one, want to make the decisions on what treatments, exercises, and stretches the athlete with go through. Obviously, with supervision and help if I need it. I rely on my preceptors and peers a lot for help and want to become a more independent clinician. I am eager for my next clinical placement on-campus and cannot wait to see what experience junior year has in
Nine years ago, after draining labs, countless hours spent studying and next to no sleep I finally earned accomplished one of the most challenging goals I have ever set out for myself, earning my master’s degree in Biomedical Science. Since my graduation I have put my education to work. I have opened up my own practice where I specialize in guiding athletes to recovery post injury. Working with dedicated athletes has not only motivated me to make my health a priority but, through seeing these athletes drive and dedication to get their healthy bodies back, cause me to be grateful and thank God each and every day for my health. The most rewarding aspect of my job is knowing that I have the ability to improve someone else’s quality of life.
A good number of today 's athletic trainers were former athletes and were introduced to athletic training by their own injury and rehabilitation process. My reasoning for becoming an athletic trainer, like most of today 's athletic trainers, I have been injured and treated by and athletic trainer. And become of that, I would like to be an athletic trainer. Within 10 years I would like to be done with college with a bachelor 's degree in athletic training. Also, I would like to be married and have a house and starting a family, and also working as an athletic trainer.
Kailee Katt There are many reasons why I have chosen to pursue a profession in healthcare, mainly because I enjoy helping others, I am very personable, and I like to make an impact on the lives of others. However, the primary reason why I want to become a nurse is because of past influences. My mother, and both grandmothers have all been in the medical field as nurses, but the one person who has had the most influence on me, is my doctor, Chris Chapman. He is like a grandfather to me, and truly has had an impact on my life. He has been my doctor for as long as I can remember, due to my mother being his nurse.
What is professionalism in the context of being a student in a doctor of physical therapist degree program? Professionalism means having respect for yourself, your colleagues, the material you are learning and your professors. It also means becoming the best you that you can be and possessing admirable traits such as integrity, compassion, and a thirst for knowledge. Through my experiences as a gymnastics coach and working in a physical therapy office, I learned what professionalism is. This has prepared me for the challenges I expect as a student in a doctoral program.
My Future Career as a Physical Therapist What does a physical therapist do? A physical therapist is a health a professional who helps people of all ages with medical problems or other health related condition that may limit their abilities to move or functional activities in their daily lives. I always want to help people improve their lives and as long as I could remember I wanted to be a physical therapist. The first I viewed my cousin go through therapy, I knew I wanted to help anyway I could. Before I start school, I take time to learn everything a physical therapist do.
I have been in the medical field for many years and have decided to take advantage and pursue my degree in nursing. I worked in Emergency Department as EMT because I like to work at a fast pace environment and meet different people every day. I want to be able to help people when they are in need of an emergency, and I want to help save people’s lives and make a difference in this world. My spare time usually consists of homework, me being in school, spending movie nights with my wife and gym. I 'm taking this English course in order to learn how to reinforce my writing skills not only for the college courses that I am taking now and plan on taking and will take in the future, but also for nursing purposes once I receive my degree.
My main career goal is to become a psychiatric nurse. I will accomplish this by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a minor in psychology. Because this is a lot of schooling to take on I have decided to take an extra year to make sure that I excel in my studies. After graduating, I hope to work in a mental health clinic or hospital. I have always been interested in nursing because of my desire to make a difference in other people’s lives.