Seiler went on to expand about her journey to become a Physical Therapist and to enter into Physical Therapy grad school. She reflected back to her college years and encouraged me to fully embrace the study of Physical Therapy and to get in the habit of staying organized early on. Going through college she describes her education in Physical Therapy as exciting, over whelming and exhausting all at the same time. The main thing that helped her was her eagerness to learn more and the motivation given to her. When she started working as a Physical Therapist she felt well prepared because of her clinical hours she had during college.
This, I’m sure, is the way many young people become interested in physical therapy. It clicked for me because a physical therapist was the first career I could picture myself as, no other career choice I could so easily see myself doing. So, after I had this revelation I started to pursue higher education in the health sciences and tried to become more familiar with the rehab environment. At this point I started to reach out to physical therapists in my area and observe their workday. In my senior year of high school I observed physical therapy in outpatient rehab, geriatric outpatient rehab, and a hospital.
In this paper, I will discuss my interview with Physical Therapist, Sandy Seiler. About how she was inspired to become a Physical Therapy at a young age by a mentor and what she did to learn more about the field. Seiler’s journey through grad school and what she suggest to make it through college. She also talks about her experience as a Physical Therapist and what she is seeing change in the field. Along with her encouragement for college students working to become a Physical Therapist.
Kiyomi Rae Yasunaga is a thirteen year old girl who lives in Madera ranchos. Kiyomi had attended 2 schools during her elementary years which were Webster elementary and St. Joachim’s, before attending St. Anthony’s of Padua. She is now an 8th grader who is kind and caring to all of her peers. She loves hanging out with her friends and family members on weekends along with doing her two favorite hobbies including softball and basketball. Her favorite color is pink and she loves watching her favorite show Pretty Little Liars on Netflix.
In addition to taking two to three courses per semester, she also juggles her family life, and her many hobbies. Jerri is currently eight months pregnant with her second child and is moving across the country with her family to Charleston, South Carolina. Her many hobbies include arts and crafts, traveling, staying active, and being around her family. She is always up for new challenges. When discussing how Jerri manages her school and daily life, she said, "I really enjoy learning and see it as an opportunity and a privilege.
They talked about all the people in town, the new, and the old. Jem asked about Scout’s girls. “They are great, thank God”. “Amilia is almost done with her doctor degree and Catrina is in the middle of graduating college but still hasn’t made up her mind about which University she wants to attend”. “Great to hear” Jem said.
My sister Shermiah Burton has gone to two different schools the first one was SUSCC which she graduated, now she goes to Point University she currently enrolled there now. I look up to my sister in so many different ways she is hard-working and devoted in everything she does. She likes to help any and everyone. My mama, step father, and my oldest sister are a great impact in my life. I try and accomplish things just like her.
Registerd Nursing Thesis: I chose to do Registered Nursing (RN) as my senior project. Because, ive always liked to help people and see people smile and i just think that this is the perfect proffesion for me and ive alawys wanted to be a nurse. In my paper i am going to talk about the in and outs of Registred Nursing from the history to the education you have to have to be a RN. And why i want to be an RN one day in the future and to explain everything about this profession because there are somethings that i didnt even know that im going to talk about in this paper this is going to talk about how registred nursing came to be, the education/training, the salary, and just the general things about this career. The History "The history of modern day nursing can trace its roots back to nuns and military personnel.
Ann Wendel is a licensed physical therapist in the state of Virginia with over 16 years experience as a practicing physical therapist. Wendel is the successful owner of her own practice which she calls Prana Physical Therapy located in Alexandria, Virginia. Originally opened in 2003, Prana served clients for four years, until Wendel moved to work with another clinic, but in 2011 she decided to reopen her own practice and has been serving her patients ever since. Employing a whole body approach to treating her patients Wendel uses a variety of modalities, both common and uncommon to the physical therapy profession, additionally she coach’s clients on nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress management among others. Techniques such as manual therapy and therapeutic stretching and strengthening, and core stabilization training are typical techniques many physical therapists may use, however, what sets Wendel apart is her use of modalities some consider uncommon to
Her husband was right alongside her, going with her to the local Deaf Action Center to learn ASL. Not long after, she enrolled in college to learn about deaf culture and to improve her knowledge of sign language. After she got that certificate she went into psychology. She had the idea that she could help deaf children or be a counselor for the deaf. She graduated and soon started job hunting.
Maria is my boss at the counseling center and has been for three years now. I work under her as a sexual assault peer educator. I have weekly meetings with her and work with her when planning certain events that the SAPES may be doing throughout the semester such as the sex positive event that was held last spring. I have gotten to know Maria fairly well, making this interview feel like just another one of our weekly meetings. In conclusion, I was truly blessed to have Ms. Wydra be so generous with her time to allow me to interview her for this paper and or class.
Last week, we had the pleasure of sitting down and talking with Julie Nickerson, a Junior at Simmons College. Nickerson is currently pursuing a double major in Business Management as well as Public Relations, Marketing & Communications and a minor in health care management at Simmons. Nickerson has built her career over a variety of roles ranging from interning at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts last summer, to currently working for Simmons College as a Student Worker in the Academic Programs Office. We wanted to get to know Nickerson more, so we asked her a couple of questions regarding her college decision and life post-graduation: Where did you grow up? Answer: I grew up in Hingham Massachusetts, where I have lived for
My professional goal is to become a pediactric nurse. I would like to study nursing at university. Nursing was introduced to me by my adoptive mother when I was just 12 years old. She was, and still is a nurse technician at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Watching my mothers work inspired me.
Evelyn Gonzalez a colleague of mine, just earned a degree in kinesiology. She now uses her degree to provide proper physical therapy for athletes. She is using the knowledge she gained throughout college to help athletes of all levels and sports get back to where they once were. Evelyn always dreamed of being a physical therapist, she took advantage of her education to make a career and succeed in life. Many go to college and graduate , they might have a degree in criminal justice , art , science , it could be anything they want, but don’t even use their degree