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Question 32 of 34 for our Physical Therapist Mock Interview

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Question 32 of 34

What is your greatest strength as a Physical Therapist?

How to Answer

This is one of the most common questions asked during an interview so you need to have your answer memorized. To determine your strengths, think of the job- related skills that others compliment you on. Are you a patient person? Good listener? Provide amazing customer service? Have a great clinical skill?

Written by Heather Douglass

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    What is your greatest strength as a Physical Therapist?

      How to Answer

      This is one of the most common questions asked during an interview so you need to have your answer memorized. To determine your strengths, think of the job- related skills that others compliment you on. Are you a patient person? Good listener? Provide amazing customer service? Have a great clinical skill?

      Written by Heather Douglass

      1st Answer Example

      "My greatest strength is my ability to build professional patient/therapist relationships. Patients confide in me, respect me as a provider as well as a person."

      Written by Heather Douglass

      Entry Level

      "As a new Physical Therapist entering the field, the program that I graduated from put a heavy emphasis on technology in the field and I'd bring a great knowledge of modern technologies for Physical Therapy to the team here. I have extensive training in utilizing video technology for telehealth purposes and utilizing modern video games to make therapy processes more stimulating for patients."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001

      Experienced

      "Through my years of practicing as a Physical Therapist, I'd say that the biggest strength I could bring to the team here is my ability to customize care plans for each individual patient. I am a firm believer that each person is unique in their rehabilitation and my excellent assessment skills will be a big strength for the team here."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001

      Community Answer

      "My greatest strengths are critical thinking and people-centric nature, analyzing any given task before its execution and performing the job with utmost sincerity has helped me hone my clinical assessment skills. Also, being compassionate towards patients has enabled me to form great relationships with my patients and achieve outstanding patient outcomes."

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      Rachelle Enns

      Our Professional Interview Coach
      Rachelle Enns Reviewed the Above Answer

      These are excellent strengths and ones that are highly sought after in the medical field. I have reworded this slightly for impact.

      "My greatest strengths include my critical thinking skills, my people-centric nature, and my compassion towards patients. These skills help me to analyze tasks prior to execution and perform them with utmost sincerity. I form great relationships with my patients which helps with outstanding patient outcomes."

      Community Answer

      "My biggest strength is my ability to understand my patient's needs and customize my plan of care for each patient. I firmly believe that every patient is different and needs a customized approach to achieve their goals."

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      Rachelle Enns

      Our Professional Interview Coach
      Rachelle Enns Reviewed the Above Answer

      Wonderful! Customized care is a very good answer that will make you stand out from other candidates.

      Community Answer

      "I feel that my greatest strength is my ability to give information to my patients in simple words and explain everything about their condition and the steps that we have to take to deal with it. That helps us build a trusted patient/therapist relationship, which I think it's the cornerstone of successful and effective treatment."

      Written by an Anonymous User

      Rachelle Enns

      Our Professional Interview Coach
      Rachelle Enns Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is an excellent answer! It's unique, and you build well upon it.