I’m not afraid of the dark
I’m just happy that I don’t need to worry about getting sick again.
The world is a dangerous place, and I’m here to share that with you.
I’m a physical therapist who has worked with over 25,000 people with all kinds of physical problems.
I am a mother and I love my kids and this is a very stressful time for my family.
When I look back at the past two years, it’s been an absolute blast.
My family and I have been working together since August last year, and our relationship is a joy.
I get to be close to my patients, to see them as often as I can, and to share with them what I know about their illness.
This is my life.
I’m really lucky to have the opportunity to share my knowledge and help people.
In February, we announced that I will be retiring from my job at a local physiotherapy hospital.
I’ve been a physical therapy therapist for almost 15 years.
I have worked at a number of hospitals and have been involved in the rehabilitation of people with conditions like chronic pain and asthma.
After the surgery, I took my leave from my work, but it was not because of the physical challenge, but because I had to.
I wanted to spend time with my family and reconnect with my old friends and work.
There’s a lot of pressure on the patients in physiotherapy and I was looking forward to seeing how the body would recover.
Since I was 18 months old, I have had surgery for my left knee and knee ligaments, both in the knee.
Then I had a hip replacement in January 2016.
It was a long journey.
It took me two and a half years to get back into the swing of things.
For the past five months, I’ve tried to stay away from any physical activity, but now I can’t stop doing what I love.
I don: I work with people who are in pain, I work on their back, I do the same thing I always do with my kids, my dog and my dog’s cat.
And now, it seems I am ready to retire.
Physiotherapy is a great profession for people who love to work with their patients.
I love that my patients love me, that they are part of my family, and that I get the chance to spend the rest of my life doing what my patients need me to do.
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