Category - Therapist Resources

Traveling expands skill-set of speech language pathologist

November 16th, 2017

Charlie, a speech language pathologist, started traveling just over a year ago. Prior to that he worked for five years in a skilled nursing facility where he often found himself having to hunt down patients who were willing to do therapy. Today in his travel jobs he finds most of the facilities where he work […]

October is National Physical Therapy Month

September 30th, 2017

October is National Physical Therapy Month. During the month the American Physical Therapy Association promotes awareness of physical therapy and its roll in healthcare. This year the focus in on using physical therapy as an alternative to using opioids to treat pain. According to APTA’s website: The CDC urges prescribers to reduce the use of opioids […]

7 Must-Read Rehab Therapist Stories

September 16th, 2016

Every year, National Rehab Week (Sept. 18 – 24) celebrates the important role therapists play in the health and wellness of patients. In honor of the week, here are seven of our favorite therapy stories.

After Seven Years, a Physical Therapist Says Goodbye to Traveling  

July 8th, 2016

We love getting thank-you letters from our therapists. After seven years as a traveling physical therapist, Jess has decided to take a permanent job. Here’s what she said to her recruiter about her experience as a traveler.

Reigniting Your Passions Through Travel Occupational Therapy Jobs

June 29th, 2016

Stephanie knew she needed a change in her occupational therapist career. At her previous job, she was working long hours for little compensation and she didn’t have time to do things she loved. Her colleague worked for CompHealth, and he suggested she give the staffing company a call. In less than a week, she had picked out her first assignment. Now, she has time to play music, practice on a softball team, and travel the country.