My Story – Daniel Krasner (Toronto Physiotherapy Resident)
Throughout my physical therapy education, a recurring theme that came up was the idea of being a lifelong learner. Meaning that the journey of a physiotherapist should not end the day you graduate, but should be continuous. Constantly striving to learn more as well as regularly reflecting on ways to improve and evolve to be better. I had just finished my masters of physical therapy at the University of Toronto and was beginning my search for a job. I knew there were many clinics looking for new graduates, but I wanted to make sure I started my career at a clinic that valued learning, critical thinking, and providing the best possible experience for every single one of their clients. Charlotte Anderson had come into UofT Several times to be a guest lecturer while I was in school. It became clear very quickly that she was someone who was passionate about education; an extremely busy clinician who took time out of her day to share her knowledge with the soon to be graduating class. I’m looking forward to working alongside and learning from other like minded other individuals as I grow throughout my career at ALPHA Health Services.
– Daniel Krasner (Physiotherapy Resident)