Thank you for taking the time to check out my guest post with TSPT. I am a physical therapy student in the Class of 2017 at Northern Arizona University. I attend the Phoenix Biomedical Campus (PBC) in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The PBC is an integrated health professions campus with MD, PA, PT, OT, AT, social work and nursing programs. I find great value in taking classes and attending seminars with other health professionals and learning about their role in the health care field. This is one of the primary reasons why I chose this campus. I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and plan on pursuing an orthopedic residency after graduation. I am interested in PT advocacy, public health and education, private practice, technology in PT, orthopedics and sports. When I am not nerding out over physical therapy, I enjoy spending time with my girlfriend and my two dogs. I also love drinking beer with friends and trying new, different exercises.
I am easily reached on Facebook (Cruz Romero), and Twitter (@cruzromero602), but you can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to reach out and connect anytime.
Huge shout out to James Heafner for allowing me to guest post on TSPT. I use TSPT all the time so it is an amazing opportunity to contribute.
Functional UE Outcome Measures Powerpoint:
PDF Handout of the Functional Tests:
Cruz, thank you again for the awesome content! It is evident a great amount of time and effort went into creating the powerpoint and handout. We are fortunate to have you part of the PT profession.
If other people have great content they want to share, please let us know!
The Student Physical Therapist
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