May 2017

Slowly and steadily, it is becoming mandatory to have one's own niche on the Internet, a place where one can speak to existing customers and try and entice new ones. This is especially true for specialty, high-profile businesses like spas and salons. Today, any salon that does not have a website is not considered high class and does not enjoy the patronage of the elite class.

But to enjoy the patronage of the elite class, your salon website needs to seem like an exclusive place where the rich and the famous come to relax. It also needs to present important details, such as location, contact details, areas you server, and packages, prominently and unobtrusively. Seems like a challenge, right? Let's take a look at some
Points you need to remember in your spa website design.

• One of the most essential aspects is ascetics. Your entire site should accurately showcase the atmosphere of your salon. There should be plenty of pictures and feel good images interspersed with text and soothing colors to help visitors have a mini spa experience. Visitors are more likely to check you what you have to offer if they like what they see.

• Easy navigation comes close second to ascetics. No one likes to be made to look like a fool. To prevent that, you need to ensure that the menus are either at the top or to the left. These menus should use clear text and contrasting colors, like white, instead of fancy fonts, italics, or colors that might blend with the background so that visitors are aware of where everything is located. The same is true for any other text on your pages. Any visitor who needs to search for the information they are looking for will not return.

• Another important aspect of your spa website design is the first paragraph on the home page. This paragraph should be clear, needs to state exactly who you are and what you have to offer, and should be inviting. This would help maintain the attention generated by the ascetics of your site.

• Unless users are actually looking to learn something, they are not likely to read through anything beyond the first paragraph. That is why you should use subheadings and highlight keywords so that visitors do not need to read through paragraphs of text to learn what you offer. Of course, this does not give you the license to highlight too many words because it would ruin the effect and make you seem too hyper, which is not something you need.

• Your contact information, preferably both online and via phone, should be easily accessible from each page of your site. This would ensure that visitors are a single click away from contacting you at any time during their visit. In fact, the easier it is for visitors to contact you, the more leads you will generate.

• Use promotional packages. Everyone likes packages and this is more important for spas because people would want to spend time to relax. As a result, any package deal that caters to what they want would be appealing.

• Last but not the least, your spa website design should be easy to load and should contain readable information. This would help reel in visitors who have low bandwidth and want to beulated.

Source by Mayank Kaushik

1. Arizona Poppy. Also known as "orange caltrop", this abundant annual plant looks the California poppy so the untrained eye. This plant grows to about nine inches tall and is beautifully green with yellow flowers with an orange center. Visiting insects love this plant as it is a major supply of nectar.

2. Cactus. Cactus come in both flowering and non-flowering varieties, and all shapes and sizes. Some are pretty and some look downright scary. They are the easiest of all plants to take care of since they require so little water. If you get a lot of sunlight, anything in the cactus family is great. Be careful if you have kids or pets.

3. Yellow Daisy. This plant is beautiful and hearty. Blooming in the early spring, it will provide brightness to your garden for much of the year. The yellow daisy is also extremely resilient when it comes to grueling desert temperatures that would make most plant weep and die in record time.

4. Desert Spoon. The dependable plant, with the botanical name of dasylirion wheeleri, has light yellow flowers that similar grain. They can grow up to six feet tall with an equally impressive spread. This plant was a source of food and fiber for native Americans. You never know when that fact could come in handy.

5. Joshua tree. This majestic tree is the largest in the yucca family. It can live to be two hundred years old and forty feet tall. Most do not grow over 15 feet however due to less than optimal soil and weather conditions. The Joshua tree flowers are distinct bell shapes of twelve to eighteen inches in length.

6. Brittle Brush. This common desert plant is a small deciduous bright yellow flowering shrub that looks wonderful in backyard gardens. They require very little water due to their ability to trap moisture in the air in their hair-like skin. Flowering from March to June this plant gives amazing depth of color to any garden.

7. Aloe Vera. Although I already included the wide category of cactus above, the aloe vera plant needs a special and well-earned distinction. The medicinal plant should be in every yard, especially if you or your neighbors have kids that scrape and cut their knees and arms in the course of everyday play. The soothing gel of natural aloe vera can not be beat. Forget about sending cookies to your neighbor, just break off an aloe leaf and actually help someone out.

Garden-Plants-For-Dry-Climates&id=2217365″>Source by Rosa DeFlora

I recommend these software packages (such as Demand Force, Solution Reach and so on) a lot to my clients because they can automate everything and fills up those schedules. However, if you use software like that, beware of the little known issues that may come up with regards to patient reviews:

1) They are not visible to new patients.

The software bundles the reviews on a separate page which can link into your website or from their own platform. It looks great, however, a patient has to go hunting for them on your website. That assumes two things: a) they can find them easily once on your website before they get bored and leave (you have only a few seconds for them to find what they want). And b) They are already ON your website.

Only Google reviews stand prominent in the path of the new patient searching for a dentist. If you don’t have enough Google reviews then you aren’t giving the prospective new patient enough incentive to actually click onto your site. With all the clutter in this New Economy, you have to fight for every patient “action”.

2) They are not as trusted because they aren’t public facing.

These software packages a lot of times want to placate the dentist. It looks great to have 3,000 5 star reviews on your Demand Force page, but new patients may not trust that at all. Especially when every dentist has a similar profile and it’s on your own website which you control.

People trust Google reviews because they trust Google, they are public facing and anyone can go on there and write a good or bad review. They have more “psychological weight”. So the 39 4.8 star review you have on Google might get more attention from people than your 14,450 5 star review on your website (if they are even able to find it).

3) Automated Google review collection:

Beware this issue – it could leave you with many, really bad negative Google reviews.

The same software packages can automate the sending of people to Google to write a review. Here’s the problem: for some, writing a bad review is a cathartic experience that has nothing to do with you. They might have had a bad day and want to leave one so they have “yelled at someone” without yelling at someone.

And while you might not have any now, I’ve seen them hold onto that link for over a year (it’s in their email) and one day you piss them off and they go write it. Bad news is spread at least 7x faster and more trusted than good news.

Then you have this problem where a bunch of negative reviews are left as “most recent” and that’s the first impression a new patient gets when going through your Google reviews. Also, it’s very hard to get rid of negative reviews even if they are libelous.

Here’s where those special pages for reviews would be useful – better they leave you a bad review there than on your public facing new patient profile review page (Google). In other words, don’t let them put a Google review, send them directly to that special page.

(Side note: this is in the case where they are only sent a link to leave a Google review after a positive survey /feedback form, which should have negated that problem but doesn’t).

Source by Paul Speziale

We all know the benefits of proper oral hygiene; beauty, health and fresh breath are of the utmost importance in most social circles throughout the globe. Conversely, poor dental care can easily result in a variety of issues ranging from gum disease and infection to heart disease, strokes and more. Dentists provide patients with the tools and resources to achieve and maintain the beautiful, healthy smile their after, while avoiding the pitfalls associated with poor oral hygiene. In this article, we will provide you with a few reasons to pick up the phone and schedule that long overdue dental appointment.

Cancer Prevention – Statistics show that an individual dies every hour due to oral cancer. By making sure to make regular appointments with your oral physician, you will be doing your part to ensure that any such problem is identified and addressed.

Gum Disease Prevention – Gum disease infects the gum tissues and bone matter, which work to keep your teeth in place and is the number one contributor to tooth loss. If caught early enough, the condition may be treated and reversed, however if left alone for too long a period, patients may begin to realize advanced stages of the condition.

Physicial Health, YAY! – In recent years, studies have suggested a link between strokes and heart attacks to gum disease, as a result of poor oral hygiene. Regular cleanings will help you keep your mouth healthy, while potentially reducing your risk for heart disease and strokes down the road.

Hang Onto Your Teeth – Regular checkups, brushing and flossing are all crucial exercises to keeping your teeth.

Problem Detection – Keeping up on proper regular appointments will help you and your dentist to detect early signs of issues with your gums and teeth. The early detection of broken fillings, cavities, and gum disease will aid in the possibility of a successful treatment. If such problems go untreated, gum surgery, root canals and extraction may be in your future.

Oral Health Maintenance – Though you may not have any present issues, you can help to keep it way by scheduling regular checkups. If you are on the wrong path, your oral physician will be able to straighten you out and get you back on track.

Utilize Dental Insurance – You pay for it, so why not use it! Most insurance plans will cover the cost of regular cleanings once every six months. Take advantage and save yourself some money down the road through the avoidance of costly, in-depth procedures that may result from lack of care.

Outline A Treatment Plan – If problems do arise, your physician will be able to provide you with a treatment plan to help address them. This will help you plan ahead for any necessary appointments or costs that may come as a result.

Everyone Wants A Gorgeous Smile – Those years of tobacco, coffee and tea intact have probably taken an effect on your pearly whites. Cleanings will help you to regain the white, and have you smiling again in no time.

Bad Breath = BAD – Studies show that the vast majority of individuals with bad breath have dental issues to blame.

Source by Andrea Avery

Are you considering getting some cosmetic dental work done? Before you plunk down the big money, there are certain things you should know about this type of dentistry that will not only benefit your health but also save you a lot of money.

Although there are dentists and dental offices that specialize in performing cosmetic dentistry, it should be noted that there is no such thing as a “Cosmetic Dentist” as the American Dental Association ( only recognizes 11 areas of dental specialties ; Dental Public Health, Pediatric, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics.

Because of the growing market of people who want “cosmetic” (or restorative as it’s properly called) dentistry done on them such as bleeching, contouring, esthetic partials, veneers, porcelain crowns, teeth reshaping, caps, etc., there are those dentists who are trying (and succeeding!) in exploiting their patients by getting them to pay more money than they have to for procedures which, in many cases, can be done by a regular dentist (crowns, bridges, caps) for a lot less money.

The bottom line is don’t just assume you need to see a “cosmetic dentist”; have a regular DDS or DMD dentist examine you first and if they can’t help you, have them recommend a dentist who specializes in restorative dentistry.

Four Most Popular Types Of Cosmetic Dental Work

Porcelain Veneers – It is a known fact that veneers (porcelain laminate veneers, technically) are gaining in popularity, especially among wealthier folks. Veneers are very thin porcelain ‘false fronts’ for your teeth. They are custom-made from a meticulous mold of your teeth, which are then applied directly to the fronts of your teeth to produce instant perfect whiteness. They are most often used to cover stains that cannot be removed through other methods, to fill in gaps, and to cover surface damage. In the world of cosmetic dentistry, porcelain veneers are just about the most expensive solution. Prices vary considerably, depending on the renown of the dentist you use and where you live. Expect to pay anywhere from $400 to $1,000 per tooth. While some people have all their teeth done, the vast majority who choose this option have just their front six teeth done (top and bottom). This translates to a total price tag of $4,800 to $12,000.

Professional Tooth Whitening – These days tooth whitening is the most popular form of cosmetic dentistry, by far. Millions of Americans have this procedure done every year. The process involves applying a gel mixture containing about 35% hydrogen peroxide directly to the teeth via a mouth tray (similar to mouth guards worn by football players). Your dentist then uses a plasma arc light or laser to quickly heat the hydrogen peroxide, which then oxidizes the stains on your teeth. You usually have a choice between having the teeth whitening done in the dentist’s office, or using an at-home system that he or she devises and manages. The in-office procedure is more expensive, but is also quicker and often produces more whitening. At-home systems are slower and may not produce as much whitening, but they are less costly. In-office whitening will run you $450 to $1,200, while at-home systems generally add up to $300 to $750.

Tooth Shaping – This type of procedure is becoming popular as a way for people who have generally good teeth to fine-tune their smiles. Some people have long teeth or maybe their canines are too sharp for their liking. A very simple and relatively inexpensive procedure in the pantheon of cosmetic dentistry at just $30 to $70 per tooth, the entire process is painless and can be finished in as little as thirty minutes and one office visit. The dentist uses an instrument to essentially file or sculpt the teeth in question to the agreed upon shape. Only bits of enamel are removed, and the tooth’s nerve is not disturbed, so no pain is involved.

Gum Lifting – Gum lifting is another increasingly popular form of cosmetic dentistry. A small portion of the gum line (usually the upper gum) is removed in an effort to make the gum line appear uniform. You’ve probably seen people with ‘gummy’ smiles, where the upper lip exposes most (or at least too much) of the upper gums. This procedure reduces the amount of gum showing when a person smiles, as well as making the gum line even across the teeth. Gum lifts are done tooth-by-tooth, and involve a mild local anesthetic to deaden the nerves in the gums. Patients generally report only very mild discomfort for a day or two after the procedure. This can be a fairly expensive procedure, depending on the number of teeth that need to have the gums above reduced. A gum lift will set you back $70 to $200 per tooth.

Making Cosmetic Dental Care More Affordable

Most people who get cosmetic dentristry done these days pay out-of-pocket for this service. This is because very few dental insurance policies cover so-called “elective procedures”, even though some of these procedures (ie. braces, dentures, root canals) would be considered anything but “elective” by most people. However, there are a couple of steps you can take to reduce how much you will pay for cosmetic-related dental procedures, especially if these procedures are not covered by your existing dental insurance coverage;

(1) By far the best way to reduce what you pay for cosmetic dentistry is to shop around. Don’t be taken in by fancy newspaper advertisements of glowing testimonials about how much better a person feels about themselves after they’ve went to this dentist or that dental office, do some old-fashioned comparison shopping. Start by going to a dentist that you trust and after explaining to them the type treatment you’re looking for, ask them what your options are and how much they will cost. Then if you need to go somewhere else for treatment, ask your dentist for a referral.

(2) Another easy way to save money on cosmetic dentistry is to enroll in a discount or reduced fee dental plan. These plans allow members to save 15%, 20% and in some cases as much as 25% on any cosmetic procedure done by a dental specialist (Periodontist, Orthodontist, Oral Surgeon, etc). The problem with these type of plans is that unless you live in or near a large-size city, the chances are that you’ll find few if any specialists in your area who will accept a discount dental plan, so before you join any plan, make sure that plan has at least one orthodontist, periodontist and oral surgeon within a reasonable driving distance from where you live.

Choosing A “Cosmetic Dentistry Friendly” Plan

But how do you know which discount dental plan is best for you and your specific cosmetic dental needs? There can literally be dozens of plans to choose from, each one with their own participating dentists, monthly premiums and dental fee schedules, so it can be easy to pay too much for a plan. The National Association of Dental Plans ( reports that 68% of all buyers pay too much for their dental coverage which is why its a good idea to shop around for the plan that’s best for you.

Source by Murray Glick

Every business has its own pros and cons. It’s just the way it is. A business that may be perfect for one person may be terrible for someone else. The same goes for affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is where a person creates a product and has others market that product for a percentage of the profits for each product sold.

Here are some positives to this type of marketing:

·Affiliate marketing owner

One pro to using affiliate marketing for the owner is you have more people promoting your product and you are reaching out to people that was never possible before.

Another pro to using affiliate marketing is you have the ability to generate a mailing list that you can use in the future for new products or information that you want to share.

·Affiliate marketer

A pro for the marketer would be the fact that you don’t have to create the product, maintain the site, answer questions, or send out products.

Another pro for marketers is the fact that you can find many products that are perfect for your target market and share them with those people without doing any research to find them.

Here are some negatives to this type of marketing:

·Affiliate marketing owner

One of the biggest cons for affiliate marketing is the time it takes to update your site, introduce new products, find affiliates, and pay them.

Another con is that you have to deal with affiliates that are upset when payments come in, you also have to deal with affiliates when a product is returned and you have to take the income back, and you have to deal with people that want a refund on products they are unhappy with.

· Affiliate marketers

A con to being an this type of marketer is that you don’t have control of the product or service that you are marketing. So in essence, if someone is unhappy with the results of the owner, they may come to you and want you to do something about it.

Another con for an affiliate marketer would be the lack of products to promote to your target market. If your target market is very tight and you have an unusual target market you may have a hard time finding products to promote to them.

As you can see from the pros and cons listed above, you will have some thinking to do before you decide to become an affiliate marketing owner or an affiliate marketer. One thing to remember is you can always change your mind about this. You are not stuck in this forever.

Source by Carrie Wilkerson

Good-bye Baby Max is a wonderful children's book for those who are coping with the end of life. A former kindergarten teacher who currently works as a professional counselor and life coach in Texas wrote the hardcover book. The author, Diane Cantrell, states that the book was written to stimulate discussion on a topic that is often difficult to broach.

The illustrations are filled with gold, red, green and blue in the art are filled with activity, creations on the walls by the class and teacher's lessons displayed here and there. The nature scenes are lovely and often spotted with cute ladybugs – which might be fun to inspire your children find them. Heather Castles has been enjoying a career in children's book illustrations for some time and has a passion for nature.

A class of about 14 children is learning about spring and growing seeds; Their teacher brings them three wriggling chicken eggs that are just about ready to hatch baby chicks. The teacher wanted them to learn about caring for the delicate birds and to experience the cycle of life as a biology lesson. Unfortunately, one of the eggs was not allowing the little chick to come out of the shell. The children return to class the next morning and learn that the little chick, Max, has died. Tears flow and the teacher helps the children deal with the grieving process. Love for their unborn friend inspired a comfortable funeral underneath a large oak tree. Each child is given projects to aide with the healing process and soon they begin to find joy in the two chirping, squirming delicate yellow chicks.

Children will enjoy the opening and closing pages that are filled with tiny yellow chicks. The hardcover is illustrated and protected with a slipcover with identical illustration as the cover.

Published by Bridgeway books (US), however environmentalists may be concerned that it was printed and bound in China, due to the shipping involved. Unfortunately I could find no information in the book or on the publisher's site regarding environmentally sound printing options that were chosen, such as using chlorine or acid free paper. Because the environment is a strong passion of mine, I feel I have to dock the book by a star. Otherwise, I really enjoyed this book.

Rating 4 out of 5 stars.

Good-bye Baby Max (ISBN # 978-1-933538-95-2)

Source by Lillian Brummet

"The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen."

-Frank Lloyd Wright

Whatever you believe ….. you're right. Everything that happens in your life is happening for a reason– because of what you believe. Our beliefs have been ingrained in us from childhood. We are a product of what people have taught us along the way, beliefs about sex, love, friendship, religion, money and on and on.

Let's take two different people, Joe and Mary. Joe was brought up to believe that people who were different from him were not to be trusted. If they had a different skin color, income, or nationality, he was taught to be very suspicious and un-accepting. On the other hand, Mary was brought up to accept people's differences, compare and contrast unique cultures and form her opinions based on what she observed.

When Joe and Mary were out one day, they ran into a group of people who are traveling here from foreign countries, they where from Italy, Russia, Mexico and Egypt. Needless to say, the hair on the back of Joe's neck stand up, whereas Mary was excited to talk to and learn about the different people. How Joe and Mary experienced this encounter, although diametrically opposed, was a product of their upbringing.

You can use similar examples to observe the beliefs of others and see how those beliefs affect their lives. Now, who was right, Joe or Mary? I personally lean more towards Mary's outlook, but you can see why we all experience our circumstances based on what we were taught to believe. That is why it is so important to become introspective and analyze whether your beliefs serve you in becoming a better person or hinder you from reaching your potential.

As you look inside and evaluate what you believe, (not what you were persuaded to believe), you can then form better options when you are dealing with circumstances that are a struggle or painful for you. The good news is; You can change your beliefs at any minute. You can choose to think new and improved thoughts that will help you begin to enjoy the life you wanted and to become the person you were destined to be.

Choose to believe in the best. Be your best, all day, every day. Our thoughts form our beliefs, so begin to be aware of what you tell yourself about any given situation and you will then be able to either keep the beliefs that benefit you in a positive way or choose to change your beliefs so that they are aligned with The way you want to live. Remember, you can have, be and do anything – if you believe it!

Source by Susan Russo

Thoroughbred wagering systems and methods are a dime a dozen and most of them are worth even less. Each month the endlessly fun and entertaining Phillips Racing Newsletter publishes a few of the “good ones” but even these rarely hold up for very long. Oh, don’t get me wrong, they’re enjoyable to play and do remarkably well compared with the results of the average punter left to his own devices, but you aren’t likely to show a profit from them at the end of the year. Maybe there have been one or two exceptions over the years, ones that showed a slight profit, but that’s about all.

So imagine my surprise one day, while killing time between races, when I dreamed this one up out of the clear blue sky from way, way out in left field. As soon as it popped into my head I knew it could work. That is, I didn’t see any obvious flaws. After all, it was based on sound fundamentals and statistics of the game. And, it was very, very simple. Very few moving parts so to speak. So without wasting any more time, here it is, as Rod Serling would say, “submitted for your approval”.

The System

OK, it’s based on the statistic that the public betting favorite wins the race close to 33% of the time. What, you mean like last year? Big deal. Nope. Since as long as they’ve been keeping records (approximately 100 years). This statistic holds up week after week, year after year, decade after decade, at every track throughout the world. Kind of spooky, but it’s absolutely true.

Now sure, some days the favorite will win only twice, or maybe even only once. Other days, the favorite will win 4 or 5 times. But it all evens out to 33%, 1 in 3. Check the stats at your own track. You’ll find it’s close to that figure. Some tracks run a little higher, some a little lower. But it’s always right around there.

OK, so what does this buy us? Are you saying we should just bet the favorite in every race and cash a third of our tickets and get rich? Oh, that would be nice. No, that won’t work. You see the problem with that approach is that you win a third of the time but that means that you lose two thirds of the time. So obviously in order to show a profit, you need to make more money when you win than you spend when you lose. Now sometimes favorites pay 5/2 or even 3/1 if you’re lucky, but most of the time they pay very little. In any event, this method has been proven to be a loser since the dawn of horse race betting.

Now another statistic of note is that in addition to the favorite winning 33% of the time, the 2nd betting favorite wins approximately 20% of the time. The 3rd betting favorite wins approximately 12% of the time. And the 4th betting favorite wins approximately 5% of the time.

Therefore, my approach makes use of these stats and works like this:

1. First, we bet the exacta, we don’t bet to win. (The exacta or perfecta as it is sometimes called is a bet that you win when you correctly select the 1st and 2nd place finishers in exact order.)

2. We bet the favorite on top of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th betting favorites.

You will generally hit 2 or 3 exactas per 9-race card. The operative word is “generally”. Sometimes you will hit zero. And sometimes you will hit 5. But the nice thing about this is when you do hit, you will usually make a decent score which more than makes up for your losers.


The basic method is pretty simple and straightforward but I have employed a few variations that have yielded fantastic results (though they do increase the risk somewhat).

Variation 1 is to make an additional bet to the one in the basic method – bet the 2nd favorite over the favorite. This allows you to catch those races where the two horses duke it out in the stretch and the 2nd favorite noses out the favorite (which happens a lot).

Variation 2 is to bet the favorite on top of the entire field. In other words, don’t just stop with the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th choices. Bet them all! Why would you make so many bets? Because every once in a while (once a day, or once every other day) you will hit a monster. Your favorite will run 1st and a 45-1 shot will somehow miraculously finish 2nd. And when that happens, and it will, oh happy day.

Go ahead, try this on paper for awhile. Just pick up your local race results newspaper or online and see how you would have done. It’s going to surprise you.

Source by Rosemary Gardner

A physical therapist assistant is someone who provides physical therapy services to treat individuals suffering with ailments that hinder their mobility. This can be due to illness, accident, developmental disorder or other health related conditions that limit their everyday activities. Massage, exercises, traction and gait training are few of the many treatment methods used to treat such individuals to restore their mobility. Despite tough educational requirements, it is still considered a solid career choice due to the numerous benefits the career gives. Here are a few reasons to become a physical therapist assistant:

1. Physical therapist assistants are in great demand these days and as per statistics, their job opportunities are expected to continue to increase at above average rate through the next 5 years. There are several ongoing cases of developmental disorders which require physical therapy. Many occupations, such as factory workers are involved in rigorous jobs which often causes injuries, also the growing elderly population require constant physical therapy, hence the increase in demand.

2. They have a lot of options available in terms of area of practice, job location and timings. They can work in various health-care environments such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing clinics, private practices, with sports teams etc. Also, they can find job opportunities practically in any geographic region and that too on a part-time, full-time or temporary basis. They also get a chance to travel around the world while working on a per diem basis.

3. They help patients in their pain and give them as much independence and mobility as possible; making a significant difference in their lives every day. This gives them a great sense of personal satisfaction and confidence, since they positively influence others lives. Working for people and giving them better quality life embeds huge contentment.

4. Physical therapist assistants have a great earning potential. They are high in demand and hence their salary is expected to increase further.

5. It’s a challenging, fast paced job where they enjoy vigorous, energetic environment and are physically active throughout the day, which helps them stay fit. Every day, there are new people to meet, new problems to solve and each requires a different approach.

The physical therapist assistant field is a growing career and is being adopted by many individuals. It’s an enormously rewarding field within a supportive environment in terms of continuing education and supervision. Except for the initial assessment, a PTA performs the rest of the required treatment, which is the reason for its demand in many facilities.

Source by Carol Ashton

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