Stepping into a Special Kind of Therapy When an equestrian trainer asked Scott Henderson to provide physical therapy for a couple of her hurting riders, Henderson started a journey into developing Equifitness, a physical therapy service specializing in treatments for horseback riders. Henderson found that the two riders he helped weren’t the only ones that…

Working as a Contract Physical Therapist “I’ve worked in every setting you can imagine,” says Scott Henderson (PT). Henderson’s 30 years of experience as a physical therapist in multiple areas helped him to decide on one area to specialize in as a contractor. Through contract work, Henderson does therapy he loves all while getting a…

Qualities of a Great Travel Therapist–Devin DeBoer, PT By working as a travel or contract physical therapist (PT), Devin DeBoer has been able to become proficient in many different settings. Instead of specializing in just one setting, he has gained enriching experiences in skilled nursing, acute care, outpatient care, and home health. With over 8…

What I Love About Working in a School Setting–Kasey Bandy, SLP Kasey Bandy has worked most recently as a speech language pathologist (SLP) with children aged birth through early childhood, but had previously also worked with elementary school students, all the way through high school students. The Fulfilling Work of a School Setting SLP Bandy…

A Passion for Geriatric Care While doing her fieldwork rotation with geriatric care, Danielle Gebben, COTA, had a strong feeling that she would be working in a long term care facility. Gebben says that during this rotation for her COTA degree she, “Fell in love with the population.” She initially worked at a skilled nursing…

Working in Multiple Settings After college, Libby DeMull knew that she wanted to work as a speech language pathologist with older adults in a variety of settings, but was really drawn to those with neurologic disorders. She knew that working in a variety of settings might be necessary, as most skilled nursing facilities do not…

Go West, Young Man! Justin Johnson originally started as a travel physical therapist so that he could move out West and live somewhere that suited his love for the outdoors. Being a travel therapist has enabled Johnson to work in a variety of settings. He has enjoyed each setting for different reasons. He worked at…

Falling in love with the Skilled Nursing Facility Setting After graduating as a Physical Therapy Assistant, Scott Balahoski began his search for a full time position. Balahoski had mostly worked in an outpatient setting during school, but as he searched for full time, he found the position for a PTA at Providence, a skilled nursing…

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