13-week Inpatient contract/travel job in Muskegon, Michigan. myPTsolutions’ recruiters having a little fun with this hot job video! Close to outdoor winter activities, including an ice skating trail through the woods! LICENSED PTs ONLY TBI experience preferred. Start date is 12/30 Dan Banks is the recruiter for this job! 616-741-4165 ext. 103 [email protected] Apply here.

Physical Therapist, Adam Fujita, is embarking on a new path in rehabilitation, working with clients before they get injured. In this 2-Part interview, Adam shares his “aha moments” with spiral dynamics, postural restoration and ultra-endurance running and how they all led him to his current passion: process performance. Click here to listen to EPISODE 15….

Studying for the National Physical Therapy Exam can feel overwhelming especially when having clinical rotations at the same time. Being able to manage your time between the two can be challenging; however, it is not impossible to do. You’ll want to be realistic about how much time you can dedicate to studying and being able…

Most of you who choose to read this blog have been preparing for the CMS Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) for a long time. Rehabilitation Manager Matt Williams’ preparation started over a year ago. I sat down with Matt to dive into the reality of PDPM. Matt also joined me for a myPTpodcast.  To listen, click…

To hear the podcast series on chronic pain with Jim Stark, click here. Don’t forget to subscribe to myPTpodcast wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts Physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists are helpers and fixers by nature and nurture. We are drawn into this service profession to help people and our training…

At age 16 Leonard Van Gelder left traditional education to pursue his own IT company. Who would have thought that in the next 16 years he would become a martial artist, athletic trainer, physical therapist and physical therapy practice owner! “I have always needed to motivate myself to learn. I also love to learn for…

Considering working as a travel therapist? Curious about the pay differences? After watching this video by Devin DeBoer, an experienced travel therapist, you will see a clear, visual breakdown of how to best capitalize on travel therapy incentives. If you are undecided as to which type of job is right for you, here’s a checklist…

I remember first meeting Jim Stark in the small, rehabilitation office tucked away in the basement of Allegan General Hospital. Jim was passionately instructing a patient on body mechanics and my thought was “Wow, this man is a teacher!” Jim has been passionately learning, teaching and treating patients for the past 26 years. His focus…

Throughout my career as a physical therapist, I am often impressed by the versatility of Speech Language Pathologists (SLP). Many have 2-3 jobs in various settings. For example, an SLP often combines part time work in outpatient, home health and a skilled nursing setting, juggling the schedule to complete everything and managing to stay current…

On a rainy cold day in November, Jason Boddu greeted me with a warm smile.  Jason, a soft-spoken man, owns Health Source Rehabilitation in Portland, Michigan.  His reserved demeanor hides his passion for manual physical therapy.  Jason started his physical therapy journey in the same clinic that he now owns.  After graduating from college and…

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