Physical Therapy is Fun!

Scholarship Entrant: Gabrielle from Negaunee, MI
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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All through high school I knew I wanted to go to college and I knew exactly what I wanted to study. I’ve been around sports all of my life, experiencing and witnessing injuries just became apart of the sport. It made it interesting for me and gave me a possible opportunity as my career in the future. I wanted to help athletes who were injured through rehabilitation until they are able to perform, if not equally, more excellently in their activity. Now that I am actually studying Athletic Training at Aurora University, I have the reassurance I wanted that I’ve chose the right career pathway for myself. With being a former athlete, I have a good idea of different ways to keep strengthening and endurance techniques entertaining – and this would be my dream job! To ultimately be a Physical Therapist with an entertaining edge! I have worked as a CNA (certified nurse’s assistant) while going to college in a senior nursing home and an assisted living center. I have seen so many people, young and old, in much, much pain that I would like to help them in a fun, entertaining, and positive way. I would own my own PT business that incorporates fun, challenging, and rewarding programs which would ultimately identify, manage and reduce people’s pain. People would leave my business, a little more pain free and a lot happier than when they came in!

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