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"Employers hiring physical therapists are looking for certified candidates who are knowledgeable about the human body and eager to improve their clients' conditions. In an interview, you may be tested on how you would go about providing treatment for particular physical conditions or how you would encourage reluctant patients. Employers want physical therapists who live by the values they instill in the clinic, and leading an active lifestyle will reassure them that you are the right candidate for the job. Any experience working in clinics or with the elderly is a plus. Employers may require you to have a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree if you do not already possess a master's or bachelor's degree in physical therapy."

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Are you physically fit and how much do you exercise?

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6 days/wk

What would you do if a patient you had been working with started refusing to work with you.

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What was my greatest strengths and greatest weaknesses working with a geriatric population

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What do you think you could add to our group that we could use or need?

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Do you think interview is easy?

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They asked about my availability for weekends

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The most difficult question to ask yourself is, "am I willing to sacrifice my ethical and moral standards to work for a company who regards billing Medicare over patient rights".

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One of the questions the interviewer asked me was why I wanted to transition into home health therapy.

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What would you do if someone told you that another therapist lied about treating a patient?

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