Category: Physical Therapy Students

Falsone Forges as First Female Pro Trainer
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Falsone Forges as First Female Pro Trainer

In late October, the L.A. Dodgers hired Sue Falsone as their head physical therapist. This marked a profound shift in gears, as head positions in athletic organizations have traditionally been a male-dominated field of work. Falsone has already served as consultant to the baseball team since 2007, but traveling with a team of all-male athletes [...]

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Guest Author: Jessica Bosari for Allied Health World – Young PTs Choose Travel
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Guest Author: Jessica Bosari for Allied Health World – Young PTs Choose Travel

Medical students have many career paths open to them. Many young people are not prepared for the lengthy and arduous training required to be physicians, but medical careers like physical therapy make a lot of sense. Students can earn their degrees and begin work once they receive their masters’ degrees. More Freedom, More Pay, More [...]

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Six myths about traveling physical therapy
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Six myths about traveling physical therapy

There are some sommon myths out there about the quality of jobs available to travel PTs. Let’s take a quick look at each one. Travel Physical Therapy Myth 1 – You only work in the worst locations One of them is that traveling physical therapy jobs are available for a reason, which means they are in undesirable locations that [...]

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Why should you consider a travel therapy job?
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Why should you consider a travel therapy job?

This video (even though she works for a competitor) is a great explanantion of why a travel therapy job is a great idea for young therapists. Give it a watch.

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Travel Therapy Salary – Is it really more?
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Travel Therapy Salary – Is it really more?

Whether you are just starting out in your therapy career or have been working for twenty years a short-term travel contract can be a great option for you. One of the best parts of a travel therapy job is the chance it gives you to make more money than you would in a permanent position. The question [...]

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therapy resume
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9 tips for writing your resume for your therapy career

In a competitive job market a well written and smartly constructed resume is crucial. As a speech language, physical or occupational therapist or therapist assistant your resume has a few industry specific things it should have that will help you or your therapy staffing company find you the best short-term / travel therapy jobs available. [...]

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