If you’re a physical therapist, chances are that you’ve heard of the Vibram FiveFingers craze. Take one look at these shoes, and you’ll think they’re just the next contestant in the recent string of shoes designed to look “unique” for people who would rather look fit than be fit. I can tell you that Vibrams [...]
Category: Physical Therapy and Tech
After 6 years as a traveling PT and obtaining licenses in 11 states, I have learned some lessons the hard way. In an effort to make it easier for the next generation, here are a few tips to help you along the way: 1) Maintain your license in your home state. Even if you rarely [...]
A common misconception about travel physical therapy is that you have to work far from home in a new city, but actually a lot of travel PTs prefer to work short-term contracts close to home so they can make more money, but stay close to their families. If you are one of these more local traveling [...]
Here in America sport is our passion. We idolize different men and women from all sports and tend to know more about them than our friends and family. Now you can learn a little bit more about them than ever before, thanks to a new television show that is all about sports medicine and showcases different athletes from NASCAR to the PGA.
When you are on the road during a travel physical therapy job your company is going to handle a lot of life’s little headaches for you, like plumbing problems (yuck!) or setting you up with furniture in your housing. But there are still bound to be issues that you encounter that you will need to [...]