Category: Travel Physical Therapy Job Advice

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Enjoy the drive to your travel therapy job!

A lot of travel therapists choose to stay close to home and take a local short-term contract instead of a more traditional travel therapy assignment in a new city, which lets them stay close to their friends and family. But for those that choose to take a 13 week travel therapy assignment in a new city [...]

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Tips for the Pediatric Physical Therapist

As you all know, this blog is fairly new and we’re discovering new and important, relevant sites for you therapists and rehab specialists out there… And today is no different. This afternoon I stumbled across a site called, YourTherapySource.com which is dedicated to Pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists. One of their latest posts titled, “5 [...]

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Your one chance to make a good impression.

Life of a traveling therapist is a bit different than that of a traveling nurse. The hours, the workload and even the workplace all differ from one another, but there is one aspect of the traveling career that both share. Obviously you’re changing locations rather frequently and you’re meeting all kinds of new people and [...]

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Website that will help pick the city for your next travel therapy job.

A recent post by Patrick about choosing your next destination with a traveling  Rehab or Therapy job, made me think of one I did not too long ago on our other blog about travel nursing that reviewed a website that had a tool that take s a survey of all your interest and preferences in [...]

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Follow the footsteps of Rock ‘n Roll Legends.

The greatest thing (besides the money!) about traveling as a therapist are all the wonderful places you get to visit. Better yet, if you’re a therapist with a passion for music, traveling therapy and rehab jobs can really rock. Just think of all the places your favorite bands and performers before you have gone; the [...]

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Don’t fall for the same thing.

August is here and autumn is close behind. The days filled with sunshine begin to shorten and the lush pastures of green slowly begin to fade to hues of  gold and brown. Shoes start to become the norm and the  flip-flops are thrown into the dark corners of our closets (this may be true for [...]

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