Promotional Video – A Call for Footage!
In the spirit of National Physical Therapy Month, we are asking for your help! A group of students at the University of Pittsburgh in collaboration with the Foundation for Physical Therapy are looking to collect video clips of you performing Physical Therapy In Action! All it takes is for you to bust out your smart phone, capture a moment (< 1 min) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 30th. We’re looking for video of clinicians and students from around the country administering any of the following physical therapy techniques:
- Gait Training
- Therapeutic Exercising
- Joint Mobilization
- Strength Assessment
- Postural Correction
- Exercise Demonstration
- Balance Activities
- Special Tests
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- ANYTHING ELSE YOU CAN THINK OF!
Have Fun With This!
Sure, stay professional, but we want to show everyone how much fun PTs have as well! There is no restriction on the number of videos you can send so increase your visibility and help promote our profession at the same time. We certainly welcome school and company apparel to be worn throughout if you’d like to rep your brand!
Support Research in Physical Therapy
Where will your clip be used? Fair question – we are planning on compiling the clips into one awesome video highlighting the need and benefit of physical therapy research! Research affects all areas of practice and is often under-supported. We hope this video can help increase awareness and support for the Foundation of Physical Therapy and all they do for our profession!
- Make sure you have permission to record anyone appearing in your videos
- We will try to incorporate all submissions into the compilation video- but cannot make any promises
- First airing of the video will coincide with the National Student Conclave and will be played at Conference Registration- stop by to see if you’re famous!
- Send your clips to email@example.com by Oct. 30th
- Please identify those who appear in the video
- Sound is not essential and may not be used
Thank you for your support of physical therapy research and our efforts with this project!!