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Amanda Gail Mamalio
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Licensed PT & Freelance Writer
Licensed PT & Freelance Writer

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What You should Know about Patient Sexual Harassment

By Amanda Mamalio, PTRP You never expected that your own patient would make your fellow PT uncomfortable. Maybe that PT was you. It may not be in one incident. It might have been tiny but constant acts that make you dread his treatment time. Or made your…
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How to be an Awesome PT even if You know Justin Bieber

By Amanda Mamalio, PTRP Be Your Best in Physical Therapy between Hectic Life and the Ever-Evolving Medical Field   We once have a college professor who was one of the top 10 Board Passers. “In fact, he was so smart,” one of the faculties bragged, “he…
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How to be an Awesome PT even if You know Justin Bieber

By Amanda Mamalio, PTRP Be Your Best in Physical Therapy between Hectic Life and the Ever-Evolving Medical Field   We once have a college professor who was one of the top 10 Board Passers. “In fact, he was so smart,” one of the faculties bragged, “he…
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3 Effective Ways to Stop Patient Sexual Harassment on the Spot

By Amanda Mamalio, PTRP Find out how to stay within the Fine Line between Helping Others and Protecting Yourself   You just can’t believe it. You’re helping a patient and he had the nerve to grope you in there. He had the nerve to tell you those things…
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by Amanda Mamalio, PTRP It’s Time to be Heard We’re all in the same banana. Students, interns, graduates and professionals. You’re not the first in your dilemma and nor will you ever be the last. You’ve done what you could, perhaps with training and…
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by Amanda Mamalio, PTRP Read on and Find out What You can do More for your Aphasic Patients Hard, isn’t’ it? You flip the chart only to find out your patient has aphasia. How are you going to tell the patient on what to do? How are you going to build…
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  Deep down, you’re worried. You’re worried of not keeping up. You’re worried that what you’re doing and what you’re not doing aren’t enough. You’re worried about being limited. You’re stressed, you’re tired and you are this close to giving your annoying…
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