Dating my physical therapist
Physical therapists put in 7 long years of school, and are entitled to all of the hard earned perks that come with it, such as the title of Dr.Just be sure to clarify that your new love is a DPT and not an MD.Hey, it’s all a part of growing up and learning what you want, and more power to you for taking the time to figure it all out. I’ve dated a lot of different types of guys: the artist, the accountant, the unemployed, the teacher and now, most recently, the therapist.A lot of women ask me what it’s like to date a shrink. If I am laying down on a couch, does he come over and sit next to me with a little notebook and a monocle? Physical therapy doesn’t only make you a hot commodity on the workforce, but also on Tinder… Sure, it may not be the Swedish massage you’re used to getting at your spa, but the pain is worth it, right? And just to show you how awesome I think they are I’ve compiled a list of reasons to date a physical therapist. Who doesn’t love a good upper trapezius or piriformis release?
Dating a therapist is sort of like dating a doctor, only he can’t perform any major surgery or tell if I have tonsillitis.
Physical therapists (or PTs, as they are commonly called) are required to have a master's degree or a clinical doctorate degree from an accredited institution and must sit for a licensing exam to practice.
They are trained to assess your condition and help you regain maximal functional mobility and independence.
I frequently get comments from envious guys who when finding out I’m married to a physical therapist say something about “the massages”.
I just smile and let them believe what they want to believe. I don’t believe I’ve posted about this before but when I had lunch with her last Saturday at her office I saw a sign on the wall above her desk. The sign said: The Ten “NEVERS” in Physical Therapy Now we go into the specifics of being married to one.
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“Too painful” is a technical term which means the patient’s adrenaline reaches a level such they can break out of the restraints.