Lead Your Team To Inspire One Another

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Foster high-level engagement by inspiring your team to learn and practice personalized appreciation habits

By Alicia Backer, PTA

Staff burnout, low morale, and high turnover are increasingly large problems across many professions, and physical therapy is no exception. As professionals in a business that advocates for the improved health of society as a whole, I believe that we sometimes miss the mark when it comes to fostering the health of the society within the walls of our own organizations.

Ignite Positive Change

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By Elizabeth Baxter, MS

Spark a chain reaction of positivity in the world around you by leveraging this month’s resources for the betterment of your community, both inside and outside your practice.

Editor’s Note

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By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

This past weekend, my family spent a night around our bonfire pit toasting s’mores and taking advantage of a starry sky. I find there’s something soothing about being around a fire that tends to calm my nerves and recenter me. The dancing flames, the glowing embers, the warmth, and the smell of the smoke coalesce as a comforting sensory experience. It’s as if I can feel stress melting, like the marshmallow of my tasty sandwich treat.

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