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Date Created: 08/11/16
Victoria Dassing 15 May 2015 KNES 201 U  Kinesiology Professional Practice Reflection I am a Kinesiology student at University of Maryland in order to pursue my dreams as a Physical  Therapist. I struggled with determining what I wanted to do with a college education, so I started at  Montgomery College. After attending numerous speeches on the different programs at MC, I was nearing  toward a career in health sciences. I soon after got special permission to attend a Physical Therapy  Assistance class, which built a foundation of my knowledge on PT. I am extremely fortunate to have a  family­friend that is a PT, and immediately met with him for an interview about an internship. Not a week later I was in the clinic every morning and as my experience grew, my knowledge grew, and I was set on  pursuing a career as a Physical Therapist.  After completing my Kinesiology Bachelor’s degree, I will need to accomplish a Doctor of  Physical Therapy Degree Program. I plan to apply to many different programs, however, I wish to attend  University of Maryland in Baltimore. Before applying, I must complete 100 PT observation hours that I  have already finished, as I continue to volunteer. I also need to engage in community service along with  renewing my CPR and Basic First Aid Certification since, for it expires this summer. ( Jones, D. &  Rickettes, W., 2015).  The application process includes an exam called The Graduate Record Examination and an  application including one recommendation each from a PT, a community service volunteer experience,  and an academic source from a teacher. The final steps for the competitive applicants is a group  interview. They offer a three year curriculum that starts in the summer of the first year. The first two  years are blocked classes and the last year consists of clinical internships. After I complete the program, I  must take the National Physical Therapy Examination to finalize my career. Following all of these steps  will lead me to my dream job as a Physical Therapist. ( The Physical Therapy Political Action Committee (PT­PAC) is a fundraising organization that  enables the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) voice legislative urgencies. This  organization stands up for the health of the people and seeks the best results for the Physical Therapy  community. ( The scholarly areas of Kinesiology all relate to physical therapy in one way or another, but I feel  as if exercise physiology and exercise psychology are crucial. Exercise physiology studies the changes  that occur within the body during different intensities and types of exercise. Exercise psychology studies  the changes that occur within the mind during sports and/or exercise.  An understanding of exercise physiology is significant for Physical Therapy because the  therapists utilize movement and exercise to ease and/or relieve pain from the patients. Exercise  physiology is also vital because athletes are vulnerable to injury which often leads to necessary physical  therapy.  Exercise psychology is often looked past when people think of Physical Therapy, however it is a  huge aspect that I have learned through my own experience. Regardless of the age and condition of the  patient, injury does not only affect the body, but also the mind. Injury can cause depression and/or  discourage individuals, therefore it is the Physical Therapists job to keep the patients spirits high and  motivate them through every exercise. References Jones, D. & Rickettes, W. (2015). Learn how to become a Physical Therapist: Careers in  Physical Therapy. Retrieved from­therapist/. Matlack, M., Still, L. (2015). About Physical Therapy Political Action Committee. Mission.  Retreived from University of Maryland School of Medicine. (2012). Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation  Science. Entry­Level DPT Admission. Retrieved from


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