Mark Denesha

Mark is counting down the days until his graduation from SUNY Downstate Medical Center (Brooklyn) this May. After, he intends to pursue a career in an orthopedic outpatient setting. Mark has interests in biomechanics, pain management, and strength training. He currently manages a website & blog, Muscles 2 Movement, while he completes his final clinical affiliation. Beyond PT, Mark is a fitness adventurer, willing to try most anything. Eating too much ice cream and watching movies is how he recharges his batteries and turns off his brain.
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Road to the NPTE: 4 Study Tips – Week 1

4 Study tips for the NPTE

I graduated! Two weeks ago, my class and I walked across the stage at Carnegie Hall, and were introduced as newly minted Doctors of Physical Therapy. Hard to believe the day finally came, and the moment was fleeting, but I tried to absorb as much as I could. The evening was spent ...

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Road to the NPTE: PEAT & Which Study Guide to Use

Which study guide will you use to prep for the NPTE?

71% – 562 That’s my score on a Retired NPTE that I took last week. There’s definitely room for improvement, but it looks like I’m on the right track. PEAT – THE BREAKDOWN   These are my results from the Practice Exam and Assessment Tool (PEAT). We purchased this, as ...

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Road to the NPTE: Registration

I'm registered and ready for the NPTE. Are you?

It’s official. I’m registered. The idea of becoming a physical therapist fades as its reality creeps closer. I discussed registration with my classmates, and friends that had already graduated. It all sounded very confusing. Honestly, when I sat down with my laptop, the first stop was the NGPT article detailing how to register ...

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Road to the NPTE

Road - NPTE 2 copy copy

7 years ago I set out on a journey. July 22, 2015 will mark the culmination of the hard work, dedication, and sacrifice as I sit to take the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE). For those of you that will be seated alongside me, and those that will sit in ...

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