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Edwin Porras is a physical therapist orthopaedic resident at Kaiser Permanente and medical analyst at FantasyPoints.com – the leaders in fantasy football with expert projections and injury analysis.
Edwin describes his experience as a medical analyst working at Fantasy Points and the availability of non-clinical opportunities for physical therapists. He tells us the difficulty of getting started in this role and the barriers he overcame to get to his role today. He emphasizes imposter syndrome does exist and occurs within many physical therapists.
His takeaways are for students and therapists to learn a different perspective in PT and suggests to follow your passion. If you are trying to start in an area you’re interested in, start with research and put out content.
Follow Edwin on Twitter at @FbInjuryDoc and listen to him on his podcast Injury (Pro)ne Fantasy Football Podcast.
37:50 “Don’t let the old heads tell you what you can do.” – Edwin Porras