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Question 1 of 34 for our Physical Therapist Mock Interview

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Question 1 of 34

Are there any unique skills or techniques that you would bring to our group?

How to Answer

For this question, think about a unique skill that you could bring to your potential new employer that may not be visible on your resume. Hiring managers are looking to have a complete group of physical therapists that have great general skills along with each person bringing their own unique specializations to the team.

Written by Heather Douglass

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    Are there any unique skills or techniques that you would bring to our group?

      How to Answer

      For this question, think about a unique skill that you could bring to your potential new employer that may not be visible on your resume. Hiring managers are looking to have a complete group of physical therapists that have great general skills along with each person bringing their own unique specializations to the team.

      Written by Heather Douglass

      1st Answer Example

      "During my career, I have taken great interest in patient education and have recently completed a CME course on health coaching. Since doing so, I have been the go-to person in my clinic for assising with patient education. This is a role that I thrive in and would like to continue with it moving forward."

      Written by Heather Douglass

      Entry Level

      "During my pursuit of my doctorate degree, I conducted extensive research and wrote my thesis on physical therapy in the treatment of vertigo. Being personally touched by the condition, I am passionate about helping future patients with vertigo in the treatment methods that I learned."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001

      Experienced

      "With my current employer, they asked if I would become a certified aquatic therapy trainer and I didn't hesitate to jump at the chance to do that. Through my training and since working with patients, aquatic therapy can play a huge role in helping with rehabilitating patients experiencing pain."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001