Ok, let’s not kid ourselves. I did not read all of the above. 1) I don’t have the time (to do that for free) and 2) as much as I love working with other therapy professionals, I’m going to let them do their job and not waste my time trying to learn how. BUT I will say the portions that I did ok, skim through that apply to physical therapy were exactly what I would expect from a military handbook: dry and to the point. But hey, the military isn’t exactly known for being entertaining, so I’ll cut them some slack. Not too long ago I developed myself a checklist for vestibular evaluations– I don’t do them too often and don’t want to forget something important when I do. It was rather comforting to know that the majority of what’s on my checklist is also on their checklist. Hope this is tool box is helpful!
On a side note, I do apologize if my posts the past week or so have been slightly less than stellar. I’ve been fighting a head cold and for several days my head has felt like it was going to explode more often than not. So, sorry about that. Also, the free online amputee rehab course I mentioned last month is going to begin in a few weeks, and you may see a dip in quantity of posts while I take that too. Again, sorry, but I’m just one gal. The item on my plate that does not currently put food on the table or keep my physical and mental self in a state of harmony is the item that has to suffer when my plate gets full. But, I’ll be around more often than not and will always entertain the idea of my pockets being lined to more fully look into things like the above or articles that I don’t have free access to!