Specializing in the Field of Physical Therapy- #DPTstudent Topic for Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

#DPTstudent Tweetchat topic for January 9th, 2013: Specialization in Physical Therapy

Once we graduate from PT school and have those three amazing letters of DPT after our name, we are considered to be a well rounded practitioner. So where do we go from there? Do you feel that it is a good idea to find your niche within the field and really focus on it and become an expert? Or do you feel that we should continually brush up on all aspects of care and remain general practitioners? Can we have the best of both worlds? There are pros and cons to all sides. Let’s talk about it!


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Lauren Kealy

Lauren is a third year DPT student at Regis University in Denver, CO. She attended American University in Washington, DC for her undergraduate degree where she majored in accounting and statistics. After a severe knee injury and a change of heart, Lauren decided to change careers. Outside of PT school, Lauren enjoys whipping up new recipes, hiking and triathlons. You can find her on Twitter at @LaurenrSPT.

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