When the PT becomes the Patient

Flashback to the middle of January, I’m flying down the slopes for the first time, feeling like I’m finally getting the hang of this skiing thing, until I wasn’t. All the sudden I found myself out of control and in a matter of seconds I was face down in the snow. Deer Valley: 1, Me:Continue reading “When the PT becomes the Patient”

Single Leg Exercises

I recently wrote a blog post for Citizens Athletics on some of my favorite single leg exercises and why I choose them. Check out the article on the citizens athletics website to learn more about the Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat, The Pistol Squat, the Split Squat and why or when I choose to implementContinue reading “Single Leg Exercises”

The Importance of Mentorship

As a new grad, one of the biggest things I was looking for with my first job was strong mentorship—and I cannot even begin to express how thankful I am for the amazing group of mentors I have with both Teddy and Wesley as well as everyone at Healthy Baller.   At Healthy Baller, I amContinue reading “The Importance of Mentorship”

Advice for Aspiring PT Students

I wanted my first blog post to help those looking to pursue PT school. First, congrats on either your acceptance or decision to become part of an amazing profession. Here are my top 5 pieces of advice 1. Be Prepared & Ready to Work: PT school is hard.🤓PT school is a doctorate program and youContinue reading “Advice for Aspiring PT Students”