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10 Tips for Job Interviews

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It can be tough to make it through the screening process and land a job interview, which is why you should be proud when you get a call back from a potential employer.

In order to impress at the interview, however, you must stand out from the rest of the competition. For some help, check out the ten job interview tips that are highlighted below:

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How ASTYM® Can Help Post-Mastectomy

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There are many forms of breast cancer treatment, from chemical and medicinal treatments to dietary changes and surgical options such as a mastectomy.

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Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report: Week 7

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We are nearly half way through the 2016 NFL season, which means many Fantasy Football players are beginning to focus on their standings as they look ahead to the playoffs.

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Stretch of the Week: Revolved Forward Fold Partner Side Stretch

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We will be performing the Revolved Forward Fold Partner Side Stretch for the third week of October. It is one of my favorites, as it stretches the sides of the body, the inner thighs, the hamstrings and the low back.

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US Soccer: U-17 MNT Plays International Friendlies in Panama

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From September 24th through October 2nd, Athletico Athletic Trainer Tyler Harris had the opportunity to travel with the U-17 Men’s National Team (MNT) to Panama City for a couple of International Friendlies.

This trip was a great opportunity for Tyler and the team to get acclimated to the environment, since World Cup qualifying games will be hosted in Panama. What’s more, the team had the chance to see the venues where they will be playing during qualifying.

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Plantar Fasciitis: Causes and Treatment Options

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Are you suffering from pain at the bottom of the heel? It is important to identify when symptoms occur, where they occur and what the symptoms feel like in order to classify the pain as plantar fasciitis (PF).

Common PF symptoms include pain with initial steps in the morning, pain with steps after prolonged rest and pain that is relieved with activity. Many patients wonder, what is causing these symptoms and why are they occurring? Also, how can physical therapy help relieve these symptoms? Discover the answer to these questions below.

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Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report: Week 6

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As week six of the NFL season begins, many Fantasy Football players are trying to turn around their losing records.

Unfortunately, putting together a starting lineup that can win is difficult this time of year due to player injuries and bye weeks. To help Fantasy Football owners make the right decision on game day, Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey is shedding light on some of the league’s most notable injuries.

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Stretch of the Week: Partner Twist Stretch

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In the second week of October we will be performing the Partner Twist Stretch. This stretch will target the spine, arms and chest.

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5 Tips for Better Physical Therapy Results

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Many patients are excited when beginning their physical therapy journey – and for good reason.

Not only is physical therapy a high-reward, low-risk solution for many different health conditions, but it can also help patients improve their overall well-being. That said, it can be very easy to get off-track when starting a new physical therapy program, as missing one appointment can set progress back.

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Job Search: Why Details are Important

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You have likely heard the phrase “the devil is in the details,” which suggests the importance of paying attention to the details of a project because this is typically where mistakes happen.

This phrase should be kept top of mind for job seekers in the job search process. After all, a small mistake in a resume or job application can be the difference between landing an interview and ending up in the “No” pile.

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