My pursuit of physical therapy as a profession comes from my interest in healing the human body. Originally inspired by my grandfather, it has been my profession of choice for as long as i can remember; From a young child observing my grandfather unable to be mobile without the use of a cane, to my teenage years when I learned about the dynamics of the human body, to even more recently, after the excision of an osteochondroma on my femur during my time spent in the care of a physical therapist. <---RUN ON SENTENCE, ADJUST IT These humbling experiences have helped solidify my passion for physical therapy.
Upon researching various Physical Therapy programs across the country, The George Washington University doctor of physical therapy program was one that made a lasting impression on me. With my education, clinical experience, career aspirations and dedication, i would be grateful to be considered for admission by The George Washington University. My academic objectives are to complete the DPT program at GWU. Upon completion of the program, I intend on passing the national licensure exam and beginning my dream career as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. After establishing myself as a physical therapist, I plan to pursue an MBA degree in preparation to open and manage my own private practice.
Since graduating from The University, i have been employed as a physical therapy assistant abroad, in Ontario, Canada. Here, my responsibilities include creating and supervising the exercise portion of the therapy sessions. I have continued to expand my knowledge of the profession working at Century Physio and Fitness. Engaging in personal research has also enabled me to expand my knowledge, and further hone my growing passion (CHANGE WORD MAYBE?) for this field.
I truly appreciate the active engagement and participation in problem solving, assimilation of the field's core values, and use of evidence based practice to prepare students for the profession because it...
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