Scatter Joy – the realization of potential

Scatter Joy – the realization of potential

“I never knew I could change what I was born with. I thought I was just stuck with it. Now I know I can improve. I am good at math AND good at physical therapy.” After ~ 2 years of participating in weekly PT, these were the...
Our babies’ heads:  8 “clinical pearls” from a 2015 study

Our babies’ heads: 8 “clinical pearls” from a 2015 study

Plagiocephaly, which literally means “misshapen head,” is becoming a fairly common impairment for babies. One that, as a pediatric physical therapist, currently accounts for ~ 30% of my daily appointments. When I first began as a pedi PT over 30+...
Published!  “Harnessed Yet Unleashed”

Published! “Harnessed Yet Unleashed”

I am honored to have my experiences with Alec published this month in our professional magazine, PT in Motion, as part of their “Defining Moment” column. I chose to write about Alec and his dad, Dave, and the how their joint...

Why do I write?

I think – I search – I process – I write – I learn – I change….. Everyday in my clinical and teaching practices, I pause and reflect on what I am doing and why. I am often challenged or baffled by new and...