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Resume 1

  1. 1. Ashlee Marzahn 3780 London Rd. Apt 102, Duluth, MN 55804 | Phone: 507-661-0058 | Email: Objective To obtain a full time position as a physical therapist in an outpatient setting that will allow me to utilize my skill set in examination and treatment of common orthopedic injuries through manual therapy and therapeutic exercise techniques, as well as exhibit my skills in communication, multi-disciplinary collaboration, and evidence based practice. Education Concordia University Wisconsin- Mequon, WI Doctor of Physical Therapy Program 2011-2014 Graduation Date: May 16th. 2014 Board Exam: Passed on July 23rd, 2014 PT License Issue Date for State of Minnesota: August 7th, 2014 Bethany Lutheran College- Mankato, MN Bachelor of Arts- Major: Biology; Minor: Psychology 2007-2011 Honors: Cum Laude Physical Therapy Employment [July 2015-Current]- PRN Physical Therapist Rehabcare Group- Minnesota  Evaluate and treat patients in a skilled nursing setting [September 2014-July 2015]-Full-Time Physical Therapist Ecumen Lakeshore/Rehabcare Group- Duluth, MN  Evaluated and treated the geriatric population in a homecare setting with a focus on strength, balance, and safety for return to residential and community involvement  Sole homecare physical therapist involving supervision and delegation of two PTA’s which allowed for the development of leadership, team building, and communication skills  Independent scheduling and organization of patients involving flexibility and responsibility  Collaboration with skilled nursing and occupational therapy staff daily Internships [March 2014-May 2014, 9 weeks]- Clinical Practice II Beachside Physical Therapy- West Melbourne, FL  Evaluated and treated large variety of age ranges from pediatric to geriatric in outpatient orthopedic setting  Evaluated and treated all body regions including post-operative, sport and occupational injuries, neurologic involvement, and vertigo including BPPV  Provided a combination of manual therapy techniques, procedural interventions, educational interventions, and therapeutic modalities for optimal patient care  In-service research of Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit in throwers and treatment options [January 2014-March 2014, 9 weeks]- Clinical Practice I Sanford USD Medical Center- Sioux Falls, SD  Evaluated and treated a variety of diagnoses in multiple body systems in an inpatient setting  Monitored vital signs and telemetry of critically ill patients in the ICU while providing collaborative and individualized care  Provided facility with ICU Competency Checklist and supplemental materials on ICU environment, equipment, and communication with patients, family, and staff
  2. 2. Page 2 [May 2013-July 2013, 10 weeks]- Clinical Problem Solving III Three Links Care Center- Northfield, MN  Evaluated and treated a variety of diagnoses in multiple body systems for the geriatric population  Independent PTA patient scheduling and delegation  Collaborative care with occupational therapy and nursing staff  In-service evaluation of multiple balance assessment tools for the geriatric population [January 2013, 3 weeks]- Clinical Problem Solving II Intermediate School District 917- Burnsville, MN  Evaluated and treated a variety of diagnoses in the pediatric population  Provided home care evaluation and treatment in the birth to 3 population [January 2012, 3 weeks]- Clinical Problem Solving I Cedar Crossings Subacute Facility- West Bend, WI  Focused on interpersonal and professional skills for optimal patient care  Collaborative efforts with occupational therapy and speech language pathologists  Documentation with electronic health record Experiences [November 2013]- Portal Industries In-Service presentation  Created and presented “Wheelchair Management and Safety Training” module for the staff of Portal Industries for the purpose of training individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities [March 2013]- Concordia University Respite Event  Volunteered time to spend the afternoon with a child with a developmental disability playing games to give parents a well-deserved break [March 2012]- Lutheran Schools Day- Concordia University Wisconsin  Volunteered time collaborating with nursing students to educate students from an elementary school in various topics including: nutrition, skeletal anatomy, and exercise equipment [May 2010-November 2010]- Total Joint Camp Volunteer Immanuel St. Joseph’s Hospital- Mankato, MN  Assisted with group instruction of patients with hip/knee total joint replacements in therapeutic exercises EmploymentHistory [2007-2011]- JCPenney Sales Associate- Mankato, MN  Focused on customer service excellence, professionalism, and proficiency of service SkillsandAbilities [Fall 2013]- Topics in Sports Medicine Elective Course  Beyond entry-level skill set in the following: o Examination techniques for the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle o Differential diagnosis of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle o Manual techniques and therapeutic exercise for the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle [Spring 2013]- Adult Neuromuscular Disorders  Eight hour seminar on Vestibular Disorders o Anatomy of the Balance System o Peripheral and Central Vestibular disorders including symptoms o Examination, Evaluation, and Treatment of BPPV o Multitude of evaluation techniques  Smooth pursuit, rapid/slow VOR o Vestibular Strengthening and VOR exercises CPR Certified (Healthcare Provider) - American Heart Association Electronic Health Record experience on internships and current position  Documentation of examination, evaluation, assessment, and plan of care
  3. 3. Page 3 Leadership and Organizational Skills  Sole homecare physical therapist Ecumen Lakeshore o Supervision of entire physical therapy caseload o Delegation to two full-time PTAs o Independent daily scheduling Interpersonal Skills and Communication Skills  Positive Feedback from clinical instructors: o Ability to build trusting, professional relationships with my patients which makes them eager to work with me o Demonstrate confidence with patients o Strong listening skills and the ability to use language appropriate for patients ActivitiesandHonors [2014]- Service Award for Concordia University Wisconsin DPT Class of 2014  Nominated by fellow students and awarded by DPT faculty, the award recognizes for valuable contributions in the area of service to the profession, community, and church [2013]- Concordia Association for Student Physical Therapists (CASPT) Fundraising Committee  Organized and volunteered time for fundraisers to raise money for the Concordia physical therapy student organization for various causes including: student trip to Nicaragua, pro bono clinic, and reimbursement for local/national conferences [2012-2013]- Foundations of Physical Therapy Lab Assistant  Assisted the instructor of the course in teaching students goniometric measurement, manual muscle testing, and muscle length techniques [2012-2013]- Student tutor for Foundations of Physical Therapy, Kinesiology, and Tissue Biomechanics [2011-Current]- Member of the APTA  Orthopedic, Sports Physical Therapy, and Home Health sections [2007]- Waterville-Elysian-Morristown Salutatorian Class of 2007 [2007]- Waterville Clinic Scholarship  $1,000 for pursuing a health profession [2007]- Sakatah Challenge Physical Maintenance, Inc. (PMI) Scholarship  PMI Total Fitness is a center that specializes in customized fitness programs as well as other services including physical therapy for orthopedic, work, and auto-related injuries [2006]- Academic All-State Athlete for volleyball References References available upon request