I’ve been offered (and have accepted) a position in the geriatric physical therapy residency program at the University of Minnesota. It is a year-long program, working with a similar spectrum of function (independent living, SNF, and LTC) that I am now, but a) with a wider spectrum of diagnoses than I do now and I have the opportunity to learn from a variety of different experts and disciplines. I look forward to expanding my clinical expertise and practice, and we are starting to prepare to move (planning what to take, what to put in storage, and what to purge). It was a tough decision as I’m leaving a great working environment here but I think one that made the most sense for improving my clinical practice and for whatever the future holds. I look forward to sharing through this and other social media what I learn!
- Calif. PT's, increase activity & address #SDOH - check out @CaliforniaWalks "dedicated to creating healthy, safe, and walkable communities" 4 weeks ago
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- RT @jploenneke: Our recent paper looking at the blood flow response following sets of resistance exercise #OleMissMuscle https://t.co/Heb… 1 month ago