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New Physical Therapist: Why You Should Travel

by Howard Gerber on March 22, 2011

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Once you earn your degree, you may be eager to settle down and establish yourself in one location as soon as possible. This is certainly a valid option for someone who knows exactly where they want to live and has a guaranteed job awaiting them. However, not many college graduates are that lucky. If you have recently graduated and are struggling to find a job in your field nearby, it is time to think about joining a staffing firm and traveling around the country. [continue reading…]

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Special Education: Uncooperative Parents

by Howard Gerber on March 15, 2011

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As a special education teacher, you likely feel your vocation is a calling rather than simply a job. Most educators recognize that special education teachers have a unique and difficult position, one that not many people are interested in holding. Because of this, many people in the field of education will respect your assistance and often be quite grateful. Unfortunately, not all parents feel the same way. [continue reading…]

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March is National Nutrition Month

by Howard Gerber on March 11, 2011

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Good nutrition is one of the most important factors in maintaining good health and in helping children be more effective in an educational setting. Because of this, it is important that health and education professionals use this month to stress the importance of eating healthy and the ways good nutrition can benefit your patients or students. Remember that simply being told that one should eat “better” is not helpful enough. Many people who make poor dietary choices do so because of a lack of experience with healthy foods, lack of knowledge in regards to preparation methods, or because they feel their food and activity choices are limited due to economic restraints. By offering community specific information and resources, you can give everyone you come into contact with the tools they need to make healthier choices. [continue reading…]

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Twitter for Physical Therapists

by Howard Gerber on February 8, 2011

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In the age of social networking, tweets, and blogs, it can be a daunting task to know where to look for industry information. Of course, you still have professional journals and continuing education, but what about day to day news and the ability to converse with others in your field? Twitter has allowed people from all over the world to share information and ideas in 140 characters. The following Twitter accounts are a great place for physical therapists to jump into the tweeting pool. [continue reading…]

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Drugstore Hours

by Howard Gerber on December 27, 2010

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In a world filled with 24-hour shopping centers, it is hard to imagine that some stores still close at 5:00 pm and are not open on the weekends. This is especially confusing when you’re talking about the field of medicine. However, many locally owned, independent pharmacies do just this. They stick to more traditional business hours, which leaves many customers struggling to fill prescriptions. [continue reading…]

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Acupuncture and Physical Therapy

by Howard Gerber on December 13, 2010

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Physical therapy has become a much more well respected and sought after service than it was in previous years. Physical therapy use to be reserved for serious accidents and athletes; however, more people are finding a wider variety of uses for these medical personnel. Alternative medicine has become more popular as well with chiropractors and acupuncturists seeing an increase in business. When two or more of these professionals decide to work together, the results can be overwhelmingly positive. [continue reading…]

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Sunbelt Staffing is Passionately Pink for the Cure

by Howard Gerber on November 11, 2010

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The offices of Sunbelt Staffing will be closing early today, November 11th,in order to take part in a team 5k to support the fight against breast cancer. Team members will be walking, running, and helping each other as a part of Sunbelt’s participation in Susan G Komen Passionately Pink for the Cure, a cause which supports life-saving research, education, screenings and treatment programs in the fight to end breast cancer forever.

If you’d like to get involved, we’d encourage you to go to passionatelypink.org to find out more information on how you can create an event, form a team, and have fun while raising both awareness and funds to help fight breast cancer.

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