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What does a regular day doing your job look like?


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Jaime’s Answer

This very much depends on the setting you are in. Traditionally the majority of your day is set up in 45-60 minute increments with patients. If you are at a busy clinic this may only be 30 minutes, co-treating with an assistant or athletic trainer. As a therapist your day will have a lot of evaluations, re-assessments, and discharges. This will include a great deal of documentation. Treating could include exercises, modality application, and/or manual therapy. Your day is very fast paced with constant moving and multi-tasking. The critical point is stay productive, track and bill appropriately, and keep up on documentation.

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Anil’s Answer

Cisco is a global company, so we have people located across the globe. My day typically starts around 7am when I wake up, by checking the emails quickly. Next I check for the meeting schedule throughout the day. I reach office between 9 to 10am. We have lot of flexibility around that. The typical day goes by attending various meetings, guiding my team and check on the status of our work. Leave office around 5, but again we have lot of flexibility. If I have any other meeting in the evening I can take it from my home. Otherwise the day ends by checking any messages or emails before going to bed around 10:30pm

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Jaime’s Answer

This very much depends on the setting you are in. Traditionally the majority of your day is set up in 45-60 minute increments with patients. If you are at a busy clinic this may only be 30 minutes, co-treating with an assistant or athletic trainer. As a therapist your day will have a lot of evaluations, re-assessments, and discharges. This will include a great deal of documentation. Treating could include exercises, modality application, and/or manual therapy. Your day is very fast paced with constant moving and multi-tasking. The critical point is stay productive, track and bill appropriately, and keep up on documentation.

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