In our modern day calendar it seems everyday has some event and cause fighting for our awareness, support or involvement.  A quick glance reveals there are over 1,200 national days.  Some with lofty history and rich legacy: National Freedom Day (Freedom From Slavery) and Human Rights Day. Others are fun, silly or real head scratchers.  National…

Have you ever wanted to have a cup of coffee with an experienced home health/travel therapist and pick their brain in an intimate conversation to learn and glean from their years of knowledge and hard knocks? Well, now you can do just that! Isaac sat down with myPTsolutions co-owner Devin DeBoer and asked a series…

pet

We all know that starting a new job is one of the more stressful events in life. In fact, starting a new travel therapy job or switching from permanent job to a travel position can be scary. Fortunately, most of us have built in stress relievers – friends and pets!  Study after study demonstrates that…

Participating in a provider network and accepting reimbursement from an insurance carrier can help drive patients to your clinic, but as all out patient clinic managers know, this payment source comes with its own stressors. For example, the reimbursement process can be complex and may require a member of your billing department to dedicate ample…

Knee replacement surgeries have increased in frequency in the U.S. In fact, from 2000–2012, Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) surgeries increased from 250,000 to more than 600,000 per year. This could be due, in part, to our aging population of baby boomers, as well as the uptick in cases of obesity. However, another possibility is that…

Manual Therapy

Physical Therapy school provides an excellent start to a Physical Therapist’s manual therapy training.  However, most therapists realize that to increase their ability to effectively treat complex conditions, they will need more training in manual technique and theory. The two most common ways to gain additional manual therapy skills are from consulting with co-workers and…

A: “I obviously think it does since I have been a traveler for 7 years. It highlights your flexibility and adaptability to new documentation systems and changing environments. It demonstrates your ability to interact and communicate with ever changing populations – physicians, colleagues, patients. Being a traveler enhances your cultural awareness by exposing you to…

A.   I am a student at Stockton College, and I am interested in becoming an Occupational Therapist. I already did my observation hours. I was wondering, if you can help me find a paying internship or more observation? Thank You Q.   Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a “paying internship” for therapy…

DEVIN’S ANSWER Helping people gain strength, and regain independence. It’s very rewarding to help patients “graduate” from therapy. RHONDA’S ANSWER Devin, I could not have said it any better. In addition, I work with folks who are 85 an older. Their life histories and wisdom are wonderful. [border_divider_fit_page_layout]PT Solution’s Therapy Job Board contains Travel (Contract)…

home health therapist

Home Health (HH) Rehabilitation Professionals are increasingly in demand. We asked some therapists who are working in this field to give us an overview of the pros and cons of this setting. Here’s what they have to say: TASHA I enjoy Home Health & would recommend it. I was a Director of a Rehab Department…

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