THE PHYSICAL THERAPISTS PROMISE

THE PHYSICAL THERAPISTS PROMISE

A Poem by penloverfool
"

an oath of allegiance to my profession...

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Come to me; you, who are weary

Come and share your pain, just trust me

I’m here to sincerely listen

I’m here always to intervene

Your problem, I will examine

Your relief, I will determine

 

Here, I promise to organize

Your case, I need to analyze

For my duty’s to evaluate

The factors that may alleviate

Your general health condition

To achieve your highest function

 

Within the scope of my learning

I’m patiently developing

Expertise on your deficit

For me, to finally assist

With appropriate intervention

Answers to your limitation

 

I admit that it’s challenging

Skills for clinical reasoning

Yet, I carefully interpret

And, punctiliously integrate

The record that is essential

To reach your utmost potential

 

My most noble obligation

Is to provide remediation

For your fundamental burdens

And other important concerns

I only ask your involvement

In every time of your treatment

 

I strive to be interactive

All the moment, be dynamic

Let my gift of motivation

Meet your precious expectation

I swear to maintain competence

And render care with excellence


© 2008 penloverfool



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I was caught off-guard by this. I was expecting it from the perspective of the patient, but you surprised me and wrote it from the perspective of the physical therapist. Excellent! I just love surprises.

As Debra Stevens Edward pointed out (her picture sure does make her look too young to be writing, hmmm...), this is ideal and not necessarily reality. I fail to see how that's important. When I entered my career, I had dreams and aspirations of how it would be. When I actually started working, those dreams quickly faded away into the everyday tedium which is commonly referred to as the "real world."

Way to go, girl!


Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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I was caught off-guard by this. I was expecting it from the perspective of the patient, but you surprised me and wrote it from the perspective of the physical therapist. Excellent! I just love surprises.

As Debra Stevens Edward pointed out (her picture sure does make her look too young to be writing, hmmm...), this is ideal and not necessarily reality. I fail to see how that's important. When I entered my career, I had dreams and aspirations of how it would be. When I actually started working, those dreams quickly faded away into the everyday tedium which is commonly referred to as the "real world."

Way to go, girl!


Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

That sounds like a marriage proposal to me Fool!lol great work, I could do with a physical trainer like you myself...I need discipline!lol Happy weekend from Tai, smiling at your wit and wonderful talent

Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

If only this was the case with most clinical therapist, alas it is not so. This is agreat write and in a perfect world the way it should be. You expressed this with grace and a tender caring outlook. It is refreshing and insightful. Excellent write.
Debby

Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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