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20-06-03: Turning the Road to Success into a Highway

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Turning the Road to Success into a Highway: Strategies to Facilitate Success as an Early Professional and How to Stay Focused When the Path Changes Course

 

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About the Webinar

A successful professional must develop a valuable personal brand and a clear career vision. These are daunting concepts to new physical therapists. The idea of career development is abstract and hard to explicitly define: What does it look like? How is it done? These are valid questions, but to be successful, they must be answered. The beautiful, and maddening, thing about career development is that there is no correct or incorrect method of doing it. This session will speak to the ideas of career development, professional development, and personal branding. Lessons on ways to begin these processes from day one of physical therapy school and into the early years of practice will be discussed. While the path to professional success as a physical therapist takes many forms, this session will focus upon the key foundational principles of the career development process and how physical therapy students and new physical therapists can begin implementing them immediately.  The session will conclude with a question and answer session with a panel of four young and accomplished physical therapists with unique early career experiences.

Following this educational session, the learner shall be able to:

  • Develop a clear and coherent personal mission statement
  • Understand that career and professional development are continual processes and apply   techniques to encourage continual advancement
  • Recognize challenges in early career development and find resources, tools, and skills, to approach such challenges head-on

 

About the Speakers

J. Daniel Chelette, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT, is a staff physical therapist at Orthopedic One, Inc., a private practice in Columbus, OH. He graduated from Duke University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. He is also a graduate of the Ohio State University Orthopedic Residency Program and Orthopedic Manual Therapy Fellowship Programs.  He became a Fellow of the Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists in April. Daniel’s interests include evaluating and treating the complex orthopedic patient, peer to peer mentorship, marketing and marketing strategy and advancing the physical therapy profession through excellence, expert practice, and collaborative care. 

 

Justin Zych, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, is a practicing physical therapist in the Emory University Health System. He also is on faculty for the Emory Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency and a lecturer for the Emory DPT program. Originally from Dallas, Justin graduated from Duke University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. He has completed advanced training in orthopaedics through the Brooks/UNF Orthopaedic Residency Program and will complete the Brooks/UNF OMPT Fellowship program in July of 2018. Justin is actively involved with the Brooks Institute of Higher Learning as a mentor and presenter for continuing education courses. Justin has identified his passions lie in clinical mentorship and classroom teaching, specifically to develop clinical reasoning and practice management for the early clinician.


Amy Arundale, PT, DPT, PhD, SCS, is a physical therapist and researcher specializing in knee injury prevention and return to sport. Amy received her DPT from Duke University in 2011 and PhD from the University of Delaware in 2017. She specializes in treating and researching adolescent athletes, particularly soccer players, with special attention to the changes in prevention, rehabilitation, and return to play needed as athletes go through puberty. Amy has also been involved a great deal in the APTA and SPTS, including serving on the APTA Leadership Development Committee. 

 

Karen Litzy, PT, DPT, graduated with her MS in Physical Therapy from Misericordia University and then graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in December of 2014 from Misericordia. She is currently the owner of Karen Litzy Physical Therapy, PLLC, a concierge physical therapy practice in New York City, where she sees clients in their home, gym or office. Dr. Litzy consults with physical therapy colleagues on how to start and maintain a successful out of network physical therapy practice. Karen is also proud to serve as part of the social media team for the non-for-profit PT Day of Service. She is an elected member of the Nominating Committee for the Private Practice Section of the APTA. She is also the co-founder of the Women in PT Summit, an annual event to help to inspire, empower and amplify the voices of women in the PT profession. Karen is the host of the weekly podcast, Healthy Wealthy & Smart, where she interviews influencers in the world of physical therapy, health, wellness and entrepreneurship.

 

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