Today it’s our pleasure to feature physical therapist Ethan Sedman, a relatively new PT who impressed NAIOMT faculty Kathy Stupansky during a recent Lumbopelvic Spine course. Ethan recently graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from New York Medical College. He was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has resided in Boston, New York, and presently lives in Colorado Springs. His… Continue reading PT Profile: Ethan Sedman
For this week’s PT Profile, let’s say hello to Thomas Janicky, better known as TJ. He is a 3rd year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and is an active member of his academic community where he is the current Vice-President of Rutger’s Student Leadership Council and The Co-Director of RUDPT’s Community… Continue reading PT Profile: TJ Janicky, SPT
Are you a seasoned physical therapist or relatively new to the profession? What questions and topics would you like to see us explore in our new PT Profile series? Tell us in the comments below, and nominate yourself or your mentor to be featured. You do not have to be familiar with NAIOMT — we’re simply trying to connect and facilitate… Continue reading PT Profile: Ryan Willis, DPT
What kind of physical therapist are you? Are you proud to be a PT? Do you consider PTs the experts in movement? We do. We want to know who you are and what you believe when it comes to PT issues, from manual therapy to mentorship. So each week we’re highlighting physical therapists across the country, and potentially beyond. We… Continue reading What’s YOUR PT Profile?
There are 220 accredited physical therapy schools in the United States (CAPTE, 2014), with 25,971 students enrolled, an average of 40 students per class. Each year, 8,720 new physical therapists begin their careers. Academically, todays’ graduates are better prepared than at any point in the history of our profession. The modern new graduate physical therapist… Continue reading So I’ve finished my DPT…