Posts by: Selena Horner

Selena Horner

I know in my heart physical therapists offer a priceless service: helping people live their lives to their fullest ability within their given circumstances.

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Recently published posts by Selena Horner:

An Image Does Not Represent Content An Image Does Not Represent Content...

We've been told that a research abstract isn't enough to truly know the value of the research. We've been told that we need to do critical thinking about the research article. The conversation and likes and retweets around a particular [Read More...]

To Care or Not to Care To Care or Not to Care...

As the year comes to an end, it always feels like the right time to take a moment to self-reflect on the year. The most recent concept I'm pondering is the question, "Should you care about your patients?" There are some out there who [Read More...]

World Physical Therapy Day...

The day will be here in no time at all! As a voice of one, I don't believe the majority of physios really understand what this day could be. The focus of most everything I have seen is physiotherapists focusing on themselves and what [Read More...]

The Gardening Physiotherapist...

Welcome to my enchanted garden. Blues, yellows, purples, pinks, oranges, maroon, white, salmon - at this time of the year the garden pops with color! The plants attract hummingbirds, song birds and butterflies too! Okay, okay... I [Read More...]

Does Higher Education Negatively Affect Clinical Performance? Does Higher Education Negatively Affect Clinical Performance?...

Last month Rachael, Tony and I had breakfast at a ranch on a dusty road miles from Las Vegas. Is there anything more stimulating than walking through the doors and seeing this? As you can see, the morning was fantastically bright and [Read More...]

The Physical Therapist’s Professional Compass...

We're humans... we make snap decisions based on limited amounts of information. What immediately comes to your mind if you hear a physical therapist practices in a hospital setting? What immediately comes to your mind if you hear a [Read More...]

Self-Referral: The Case of Wanting but Not Using...

Sadly, the issue of self-referral (or what we call direct access in the United States) is one of hip-hip-hoorah. We pat each other on the back and raise our glasses and cheer the monumental professional milestone. And then... then... we're [Read More...]

Our Talent Our Gift...

Our vision and where we want to be... have we thought about this evolution? I accept professionals evolve; I do. I think we all need to have a heart to heart chat with the various changes some seem to be desiring. Acquiring the ability [Read More...]