I Told a Patient Their Back Was Like a Jelly Donut — I Still Cringe Thinking About It

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A common symptom of excelling at a job is developing overconfidence. You may think an intern on his first clinical rotation of physical therapy school would be humble and curious, hesitant to embrace a mindset of “having it all figured…

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