Is Your Lack Of Clinical Skills Making You Feel Anxious And Getting In The Way Of You Having A Clear Understanding Of Your Patients Assessments, Knowing What Exercises You Should Give Each Patient And Being Confident Enough To Tell Them Why?
When you’re at University you are in a very protected environment. You have constant support from your peers, University lecturers and placement supervisors.
During your training and whilst out on clinical placements, making some mistakes with your patients, not being able to make sense of your assessments and not always being able to prescribe the correct hands-on treatments and rehab exercises doesn’t really matter, after all, you’re still learning and not yet qualified.
But as soon as you graduate, when you transition from student to New Grad, you lose that support network around you. You no longer have someone by your side to ask for help and to give you instant feedback.
You’re in a room, just you and your patient…
Your confidence drops and you can’t even think how to strike up a conversation to find out what the issue is.
You begin your assessment but feel like you’re just winging it as your lack of clinical skills is stopping you from having a clear understanding of the assessment, so you just give them same random exercises and hope for the best.
I Was Lucky Enough To Have The Right Mentors That Helped Me Progress To My ‘Dream Job’ As Head Physiotherapist For Leeds Rhino’s Just 15 Months After Graduating And More Recently Has Helped Me Transition Into Working Within International Football Despite Have No Experience In The Sport.
Starting my first role as a New Grad working closely with my senior colleagues and Mentors was the best thing I could have done.
15 months after my first new grad role I landed my ‘dream job’ as the Head of Physiotherapy & Rehab at Leeds Rhinos. I had an incredible 10 seasons with the club helping them enjoy the success of winning four Super League titles, two Challenge Cups and a World Championship.
For me, it couldn’t get any better than that and it’s all because I found the steps to become a Competent, Confident and Competitive New Grad Physio that saw me beat my peers and stand out from the crowd.
Discover How These New Grads Climbed Up The Competency Ladder And Became Competent, Confident, And Competitive New Grad Physios.
“Working in Academy Football I haven’t been exposed to as much upper limb injury management as I would like. When the players do come into the treatment room with upper limb injuries, I’m not confident and don’t feel like I ever know enough to diagnose and treat to a good standard. I’ve been exposed to a lot of lower limb injuries and feel more confident with that end of things, so I have found the New Grad Physio Membership content invaluable in helping me upskill in areas and managing injuries I lack the experience dealing with.
I have worked with Andy directly recently in helping me break into a role in private practice, specifically helping me to putting together a new therapy CV specific to a role in private practice, and also gain guidance to avoid wasting my time, effort and money on further CPD training, instead using the New Grad Physio Membership to upskill and guide my learning as a New Grad Physio. “
Dave Fahey – Band 5 NHS & Academy Physiotherapist at Barnsley Football Club
I feel the New Grad Physio Membership, Andy and the other members in the group act to mentor me and have helped me progress. If I’m stuck with a player or presentation, I feel like I can put my questions to the group to ask for advice.
The monthly masterclass webinars have been a huge addition to the content as I find the short and concise content digestible and easy to learn from.
The weekly case studies put into the Private Facebook group are helpful, particularly the atypical ones, that I may otherwise not see.
Overall, the New Grad Physio Membership has helped me to be a more confident therapist and has helped me take my career to the next level.”
I have really enjoyed the New Grad Physio content and the interaction between members, particularly in the Private Facebook Group. I have also found great benefit in the different bonus modules that complement the weekly core content and they have been a great way to pool knowledge from a variety of different areas, both clinical and non-clinical.
My main challenges working in private practice as a New Grad involved managing my caseload, being time efficient and effective with my hands-on treatments, progressing patients through a graded rehab plan and delivering a level of service to my patients that I think they deserved. The New Grad Physio Membership has helped me with all these challenges and I now feel competent and confident to deal with life as a New Grad and the challenges that present in my daily practice. “
On a non-clinical side of things, I have found it extremely hard to create opportunities in both private practice and sport and get my foot in the door and get a job in these areas.
Having the New Grad Physio Membership has not only given me the clinical skills I need to fill the gaps left by University, it has also given me the guidance and support I have needed to gain the opportunities to progress my career.
Having gained further experience in both professional rugby and football, I have been able to use the New Grad Physio content and skill-sets learned to provide a better level of care to the players I work with and be adaptable with my approach to address the unique challenges each of these areas brings”
Become A Competitive New Grad Physio
Just £47 Per Month – Cancel Anytime!
Enhance Your Clinical Skill-Sets And Gain A Clear Understanding Of Your Patient Assessments, Know What Exercises They Need So That You Can Become A COMPETENT, CONFIDENT, And COMPETITIVE New Grad Physio.
The New Grad Physio Membership is designed to guide you through a smooth transition from University into the Real World and help you become a competent New Grad Physio, regardless of whether you’re wanting to/are working in the NHS, Private Practice or in Sport.
I help New Grads go from being inexperienced and incompetent to proficient, confident competent and competitive therapists in 4 simple stages.
BECOME a New Grad that is COMPETENT, so you have the clinical skill-sets needed to understand your patient assessments, provide hands-on treatments and prescribe rehab exercises that take away patient’s pain and get them back to full function.
BECOME a New Grad that is CONFIDENT, so you can easily build rapport, gain the respect and recognition from your patients and senior staff and can communicate your clinical message well, so patients believe what you are saying and adhere to your treatment plan.
BECOME a New Grad that is COMPETITIVE, so you can stand out from the crowd, get ahead of your peers to get the jobs they want and fly up the promotion ladder faster than anyone thought possible.
The best and most SUCCESSFUL New Grad Physio’s are the ones that TAKE ACTION, not the therapists that wait for things to happen.
To reward therapists that value their learning and want to invest in their own development I am offering these FREE Sign Up BONUSES, just for signing up to the New Grad Physio Membership.
- Getting Your Foot In The Door Of A Professional Sports Club (Webinar) *WORTH £197*
- 5 Simple Steps To Excel In Private Practice & The NHS (PDF) *WORTH £97*
- How To Get Your Patients To Buy In: The Patient Adherence Blueprint (PDF) *WORTH £97*
- The New Grad Physio System In Action – Quad Tendon Rupture Case Study “From Pain To Performance – Taking A Patient/Athlete Through A Full Treatment Plan” (Webinar) *WORTH £297*
- One-One Coaching Call *WORTH £97*