If you spend any time in the PT-Twitterverse, you've likely seen the plethora of PT students building relationships with other clinicians and tackling some our field's most pressing issues. We continued to be impressed by the leadership and professionalism this population is demonstrating, and how committed so many are to making a difference right from the start. Among these passionate PT student leaders is Megan Mitchell. And she kindly agreed to answer a few questions.
Today we welcome Nashville, Tennessee physical therapist Leah Sawyer, originally from Southern Oregon. She's a passionate PT dedicated to learning and growing in our profession, and ultimately, of course getting people better. Below, Leah shares a little of her background, followed by her answers to a few of our PT Profile questions. ~
Today we welcome physical therapist Joshua K. Renzi, PT, MPT, COMT, FAAOMPT and co-owner of Spine & Sports Rehabilitation to our PT Profile series. Josh is a Member, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT). He focuses his clinical practice on osteopathic manual therapy and differential diagnosis and incorporates neuromuscular re-education as well as exercise prescription to form an individualized rehabilitation program for his patients. He enjoys problem solving "difficult cases," especially when other treatment has failed.