Studying and preparing for the NPTE is incredibly stressful and overwhelming. Luckily my last clinical finished 3.5 weeks before the April NPTE. With this I saved much of my studying for this time and treated it as a full time job. Here are my favorite resources that allowed me to significantly improve my scores andContinue reading “How I Studied and Passed The NPTE Within 3 Weeks”
70% of Runners will get injured this year Runners are a unique breed that will do anything to improve their perofrmance. They will buy the newest shoes, massage guns, normatec boots, goos, etc. However, there is one thing they will do at all cost….. AVOID THE WEIGHT ROOM. This lack of committment to the weightContinue reading “Attention Runners: You Need Strength Training”
When I first started thinking about Physical Therapy as a career, one of the selling points everyone told me was “You will never have to worry about not having a job”. For the history of Physical therapy this has been true. However, in a recent APTA Physical Therapy Workforce Analysis they put out that this may not be the case in the coming years.
One of the biohacking techniques that I still use today is caffeine naps. The concept for caffeine naps is consuming some form of caffeine(coffee, tea, caffeine tablets etc) then taking a 20 minute nap. We know that a 20 minute naps have many benefits that includes providing needed energy. We also know that caffeine usually takes about 30 minutes to get into our system and begin to increase our alertness and sense of energy. So when we combine these, of taking the nap during the time which the caffeine is getting “activated” we can create a super compensation effect.