Just like in our “Burned-out PT” blog, it’s not uncommon for your other team members to lose motivation at one point or another. Everyone experiences good days and bad, but it’s important to keep your team spirit and culture positive and uplifting so those bad days don’t stick around.
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Take a look at your schedule for the week, for the month. Do you have gaps? If you do, those gaps may become more frequent as time goes on—unless you find a way to fill them immediately.
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Unfortunately, it’s extremely common for physical therapists to become “burned-out” in their careers. Of course, everyone may look forward to a vacation or have a few bad days here and there—but that’s not what we mean by burned out. If you feel like:
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The average person may think of being “productive” as getting a lot of things done during a workday or accomplishing certain daunting tasks. However, a physical therapist thinks of being “productive” a little differently—one may even cringe at the word.