Episode 43 of The Career Tipper podcast features Ambika Deva. She has over 15 years of experience within the physical therapy industry and specializes in geriatric and orthopedic-related injuries. In 2011, she launched Deva Physical Therapy in the New York City and Northern New Jersey area due to overwhelming requests from patients to be seen at their home or office. She recognized the need for personalized home care for individuals with movement impairments and wanted to enable them to enjoy their lives, families, and the beautiful city they live in uninhibited by health conditions. Deva Physical Therapy’s unique programs, treats an injury from an accident or chronic condition. Ambika understands the importance of proper biomechanics when assessing the pathologies that can affect muscle and joint capacity and range of motion. During this episode, Ambika shares her physical therapy expertise and chats about the empowering benefits of physical therapy for seniors.
“Energy & persistence conquer all things.” ~Benjamin Franklin
Demonstrating healthy habits during your career search will help you look and feel your best, while taking time to de-stress frequently. Your focus of re-strategizing your career path through education, coaching, or through a company change needs constant healthy living refueling.
Your career search sustainability will thrive when you take care of your body, mind, and spirit. Your healthy living refueling routine should play out in your life daily through positive words, encouraging reads, promotable actions, detailed planning, clean eating, satisfying exercise, and sufficient rest. Get clever with your healthy habits. Review and research social media and periodicals. Consult with friends and family for yummy recipes and fun exercise routines that you will enjoy implementing into your lifestyle. Your health habits will bestow great energy that will be noticed during your career search activities.
Healthy Living Suggestions
- Drink 6 – 8 ounces of water daily.
- Avoid emotional eating opportunities.
- Eat clean and healthy snacks and meals.
- Exercise at least 3 times a week for 30 minutes.