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ATI Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Technician

May - September 2019 • Detroit, MI

What I liked

The ease of the job and the fact that I got to help people.

What I wish was different

I wish I got paid more.

Advice

You must be patient.
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Rehab technician

May 2019 • Anderson, SC

What I liked

The job experience I am gaining for my future career. It is also very rewarding to see the patient’s progress.

What I wish was different

Nothing.

Advice

Network as much as you can.
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Rehabilitation Technician

May 2019 • Greer, SC

What I liked

Everything, it is such a good place to get some experience considering I'm going into nursing.

What I wish was different

Advice

Take everything in and enjoy every second of every day.
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Rehabilitation Technician

May - September 2019 • West Grove, PA

What I liked

I liked the fast pace environment that required me to be constantly attentive and quick to react. I enjoyed working with patients and licensed physical therapists to see patients through their recovery program.

What I wish was different

Advice

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Rehab technician

May 2019 • Murrells Inlet, SC

What I liked

Work environment oment

What I wish was different

Pay

Advice

Learn a lot hands on
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Exercise specialist

July 2018 • Crest Hill, IL

What I liked

What I wish was different

Advice

Don’t be afraid to ask questions if you are unsure about something. Everyone wants you to succeed
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Rehabilitation Technician

May 2017 - August 2018 • Sudbury, MA

What I liked

I liked that I was able to get hands on experience with professionals, applying the skills I've learned in classes to what I may be doing in the real world. I also liked that I was able to see professionals in their job, seeing what I will be doing. It was nice to see how I should act and behave and treat patients.

What I wish was different

Nothing! I really enjoyed my experience and the people I met and the connections I made.

Advice

Put yourself out there! Really try to step out of your comfort zone and take advantage of all opportunities that come your way.
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Rehab technician

June 2018 • Seattle, WA

What I liked

Great prep for future physical therapists

What I wish was different

Can be overwhelming with all the tasks that need to be done

Advice

Hard work but will help with getting into physical therapy school
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Rehabilitation Technician

June 2016 • Kennett Square, PA

What I liked

I like being about to help people and learn at the same time because I would like to go physical therapy school after I graduate.

What I wish was different

Advice

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Intern

May - August 2018 • Bolingbrook, IL

What I liked

I like the opportunity to see how an accounting team functions and seeing the separation of duties in action as opposed to just reading about it from a text book.

What I wish was different

I wish I would have had some kind of recurring task that I could become increasingly proficient at as opposed to working on various projects.

Advice

When interning anywhere it's a good idea to ask questions to develop the best understanding possible and to share ideas about possible improvements that could be made.
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Therapy Technician

May - August 2017 • Elgin, IL

What I liked

I learned so much from intersecting with the other PTs, PTAs, and techs at the clinic. They are all incredibly welcoming and kind people. It was a wonderful experience and a great introduction to my future career.

What I wish was different

Honestly there wasn't really a bad part of the experience. Maybe I wish I would have been braver. I never took any days off and I definitely could have requested it.

Advice

Learn everyone's name on the first day, and brush up on your Spanish due to the patient population. Also ask questions instead of guessing, they are all more than happy to explain.
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