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  • Kendyl's Avatar
    Today, 03:21 AM
    Oh amazing, thank you! I will definitely check those out! Have you gone through the Type 1 review yet!
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  • JJ0101's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
    Hi, What state are you applying for? The Natural Science CLEP will not fulfill the requirement for physics with lab, as it is not considered a lab course. I am also looking at that one. another option is uni of new england, maine who offer under Science pre-req. with the School of professional Studies. The only other on-line option I found was oregon state. Also, I looked at using CLEP for Chemistry (as FCCPT do take that), but was told by the South Carolina Board that they will not take it....
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  • JJ0101's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Hi, I am aussie trained, with UK Masters, but worked for many years in NZ until coming back to the US. (Husband is from here and we lived and worked in Colorado in the past). Where did you train and when did you graduate. Likely you will need quite a lot of additional courses as the system is quite different here. I am happy to try and help.
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  • JJ0101's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:24 PM
    Yep, in exactly that situation right now. i am looking at Uni of New England, Maine as they offer online - look in the School of Professional Studies under Science pre-reqs.
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  • JJ0101's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:22 PM
    Hi, i am an Aussie trained PT (Sydney) with Masters from the Uk. Previously worked in Colorado, and recently returned to the US. just gone through ECR with FCCPT. I suggest you contact the Colorado board directly and check which they want, as I have just moved to South Carolina and the board told me different things to FCCPT, and they will be the ones who decide. If you change you application, you will need to start the time again. My ECR (on a simple old CWT2) took 31 weeks, (got report...
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  • IsaiaJ's Avatar
    15-01-2019, 11:16 AM
    Hello, here is my situation and what Iíd like to know: I am a 19 year old male. Iíve played competitive basketball (nationally and internationally) since the age of 11 before quitting entirely in March 2018. My reason for quitting was an injury after falling and hitting the court with my back. After the fall, I felt the bruising pain of the immediate impact but had a feeling that things would be worse in the morning. Sure enough, the next day I had pretty intense pain in my lower back that...
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    14-01-2019, 07:38 PM
    Hi, so here what happened. I am a 47 year old male, stocky build 15 Stone 5.9ft tall. I used to run twice a week about 4 miles, 2 years ago I went out one day without any kind of warm up and towards the end of my 4 miles felt a sharp pain in my right leg upper ankle below calf. I had to immediately stopped running and limped home. I did not run again for about 3 months, I was limping for about 6 days following the incident but gradually could walk as normal. About a month on I decided to do...
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    14-01-2019, 02:01 PM
    Here is a free practice quiz that you can take to get an idea where you are at in your studying. It's 30 questions timed the same way as will be on the written exam. Are You Ready for the PCE? | Entry to Practice Essentials Here is some mini mock exams you can purchase. Mini PCE Practice Exam #1 | Entry to Practice Essentials
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  • My_EPE's Avatar
    14-01-2019, 01:56 PM
    Have a look at our PCE study tool at www.myepe.ca. EPE was the first online study guide of it's kind and even now we're the top choice for student's looking to pass the Canadian PCE. EPE covers what you'll need to guarantee a pass on both the written and the practical PCE, plus because it's completely online it's really easy to use and you'll study for the PCE exam in the same way you'll take the PCE exam.
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    13-01-2019, 09:08 PM
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    12-01-2019, 04:16 PM
    Before purchase any Allied Health patient software management the following points should be remembered, but not limited to; 1. Check Software Rating: You can easily find the application feedback and rating on that over the internet. 2. Reference: You can also ask for the suggestions with your friend, or relative who working in the same field. 3. Advertisement: An Advertisement is also one more important tool to find the best Allied Health management application in Australia. 4....
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  • Seema1's Avatar
    10-01-2019, 07:03 AM
    Hi I have done my masters in Physiotherapy (musculoskeletal Sciences). I have applied for Canadian PR. My husband is a PR card holder. Do I have to give IELTS / TOEFL as a prerequisite for credential evaluation?
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    09-01-2019, 11:09 PM
    Hi All, I apologize in advance because this is probably going to be a pretty long post.Iím here because i feel like Iím running out of options and this is kind of my last resort and Iím hoping maybe some of the brightest minds in Physio from around the world can help me out. First of all, my background/medical history is as follows: I am a 30 year old male who is very athletic and have been my whole life. I playAmerican football and train(ed)/workout/play on average about 5-6 days a...
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  • SomeGuy's Avatar
    09-01-2019, 05:10 PM
    HI, I am 28 years old male. I have been weight training for over an year. I deadlifts and squats make my lower back hurt but only on the left side. My lower back muscles on the left hand side are always stiff even when there is no pain. If I bend my back backwards I will be able to feel my left handside lower back before right hand side as if the muscles on the left are shorter. Pain goes away and comes back whenever I start training heavy again. I don't think its the form. I don't think I...
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  • Shravanthi's Avatar
    09-01-2019, 05:21 AM
    Hi! I'm Shravanthi from Adelaide. I'm looking for a study partner/ study group in Adelaide for the APC written exam, March 2019. Any leads on the same would be great! You could write to me on shravanthiprasad193@gmail.com Thanks in advance.
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    08-01-2019, 03:42 AM
    OneBox is one of the leading suppliers and manufacturers of custom carton boxes. We now provide custom design boxes in bulk or at a minimum quantity of one.
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    07-01-2019, 12:57 PM
    Hey Guys, I'm a law student who was, diagnosed with Hirayama's Disease when I was 19. I'm 21 now, I wear a neck collar and I exercise frequently. Hirayama's Disease affected my life to a major extent, I was a basketball player and I used to play the guitar. Now all I can do is write or type, but that too is slowly being affected. I'm looking for other people with the same disease who have lived with this and have over come the drastic changes that it entails. I feel that considering the fact...
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