Physical Therapy’s Emerging Leaders

Hayhurst, Chris; Tepper, Donald E.
October 2014
PT in Motion;Oct2014, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p36
The article relates the experiences of some physical therapists (PTs) who were involved in sports, got injured and pursued the profession. PTs Nathan Nevin, Courtney Klenk and Lynn Johnson were all athletes and found interest with the profession after their injuries were treated through physical therapy. INSETS: Words of Advice;Emerging Leaders Criteria.


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