Between my last blog and now, so much has happened. I guess I totally forgot about updating it.
Well, I passed Anatomical Kin with an A. It was no biggy whatsoever; I knew I was going to get that after my fourth exam. Currently, I am volunteering at the hospital and taking Med Term online (so far so good; I'm the only one who's even turned in their midterm exam - I'm so damn punctual). I was looking at the anatomical chart and realized I need to tune up on recalling ligaments - annular, ulnar and radial coll. lig's, etc. The PT's there are awesome except for a couple that are so reserved and tacit. What's even more great is that fact that when I observed a patient today(while the PT was evaluating him) I knew automatically he had a rotator cuff problem after showing discomfort in performing arm stretches. She figured out it was a rotator cuff (supraspinatus) problem of course, but my countenance and posture belied my excitement in realizing that I just might become a darn good PT in the future. This is what I want to do. This is me.
I also helped Chris in translating arm exercises to a patient. It was nice to assist and gain some (even though minimal) experience.
My flexor digitorum longus doesn't stop twitching. Hmm.