Small Business Owner and In Home Health Care in Denver, North Carolina
My name is Christine Basic-Krowiarz and I operate an in-home senior care company in Denver, North Carolina.
While maintaining the rigours of my studies and being a student athlete I ultimately decided to become a physical therapist after numerous injuries, surgeries, recovery and rehabilitation.
While at Ball State University I started out initially in a premed career, transition to nursing school and ultimately decided becoming a physical therapist and receiving a degree in exercise physiology and receiving enough credits to become an athletic trainer.
Once I was excepted to Wayne State University for physical therapy my journey began. After 2 1/2 more years in school and after receiving my bachelor of science in exercise physiology Ball State University I received my bachelors from Wayne State University in physical therapy.
I started my career in Indiana at Methodist Hospital and was on with a very successful career managing sports medicine settings, becoming in athletic trainer and obtaining my license in three states in physical therapy as well as athletic training.
I managed various settings including freestanding Sports medicine clinics, hospital settings, managing chronic pain physical therapy clinics including extensive rehabilitation and managing anywhere from 3 to 20 employees throughout my years as a physical therapist. As I became older myself my favorite population became the elderly.
They were wise in their years, very thankful of any assistance that I could provide as well as thankful in many ways for the time I spent with them and I truly cared about their injuries and well-being which was something I still hold onto this day.
Most recently my father passed away and keeping track of all of his different diagnosis, oxygen, oxygen safety, diet, dialysis and caregivers I have even learned more that I could imagine. I truly LOVE working in this field, transitioning to caregiver company to provide care to families that I received when my father needed it the most.