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Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Mar 17. 8 Replies

Gentlemen,I am soon to qualify as a Physiotherapist ('Physical Therapist' in the USA) and have the luck of two job prospects upon graduation, both in the private sector. The first is a full-time…Continue

Tags: physical, therapist, physiotherapist, PT, uniform

Tanning.. the manly way?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Malloy Mar 16. 35 Replies

Gentlemen,I'm your typical pale, pasty Englishman. When I worked in the USA about five years ago over time I developed a nice, even tan and looking back at pictures it was fantastic how glowing I…Continue

Tags: skincare, skin, SPF, Afghanistan, tan

 

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Chuck Knight replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"Why not?"
Mar 17
Michael Malloy replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"I'm not wearing scrubs on the soccer pitch!"
Mar 17
Chuck Knight replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"Scrubs.  Comfortable, inexpensive, and a definite "uniform" look."
Mar 17
Penelope replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"I believe running shoes support the foot and ankle differently than cross-trainers, tennis shoes, etc.  Definitely get a shoe that matches your planned activity.  I'd actually get a couple so that you can alternate when the pitch gets…"
Mar 17
Michael Malloy replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"In the UK they manage to compress it into an undergraduate course and it's got a reputation for being intense - and boy is it!I find it really rewarding and there's a lot more to it than people think. If you've got any specific…"
Mar 16
Michael Malloy replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"Native Son,Thank you for the reply. Is this the same brand?http://www.landsend.co.uk/"
Mar 16
Native Son replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)
"Can't specifically help with product recommendations for the UK, but a US source for most of what you're after is the Landsend catalog...they're both print and online.  I had a job where the uniform shirt was a polo, and…"
Mar 16
Michael Malloy replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
"Thank you for your advice gentlemen. I returned safely and with a sun-kissed complexion thanks to some of the tips here!"
Mar 16
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Work Uniform (Physical Therapist)

Gentlemen,I am soon to qualify as a Physiotherapist ('Physical Therapist' in the USA) and have the luck of two job prospects upon graduation, both in the private sector. The first is a full-time position at a private clinic with the usual back-pain, sports injuries etcetera. The second is part time as the PT for a soccer team, which involves taking part in training sessions and providing pitch-side therapy.Why is the above important? I need an outfit which is sporty, comfortable yet presentable…See More
Mar 16
T Patrick Bailey replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
"I am very Irish so it takes some time to tan. First burn then freckle everywhere--the screen door tan as my family puts it. That looks healthy for me. That is what you want is a healthy look. Doesn't matter if you tan darkly or not. Where you…"
Jan 5
Will replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
Jan 5
Wayne replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
"If you get a tanning while working outside good on you. Tanning just to tan is not very manly. I come from the PNW and a fake tan is spotted a mile away. With a fake tan unless your already married you can also expect to to attract a shallow woman…"
Jan 5
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Nov 13, 2013
Michael Malloy replied to Trey's discussion How many active duty folks are here? in the group The Armed Forces
"British Army, returned from southern Afghan at the end of September."
Nov 13, 2013
Tyler M. replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
"Lmao"
Jul 10, 2013
Michael Malloy replied to Michael Malloy's discussion Tanning.. the manly way?
"I don't have a yard in the middle of Afghanistan, I'm afraid."
Jul 10, 2013

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At 2:46am on June 10, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome to AoM, Michael!

 
 
 

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