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You’ve made it into physical therapy school. Between the schoolwork and your personal life it can be difficult finding balance. Perhaps you’ve figured it out or maybe you’re still fine-tuning it. I’m in my last year of school, and with each rotation I find new challenges as life, clinic, and I evolve. 

By now you’ve likely heard of burnout and ways of preventing it. That starts even now, in school. Not only should you provide optimal care, but taking care of yourself is just as vital. It’s going to look different for each person.

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