How to Stay Organized As a Home Health Professional | myPTsolutions

As a home health professional, you most likely spend your workday driving from place to place with a car complete with paperwork and supplies. Unfortunately, it is not easy to stay organized and orderly when a vehicle is also an office. However, you can organize the clutter. Here is how to go about doing that….

Considering a Travel Assignment? 3 Reasons It Might Be the Best Move for Your Career

If you are a physical therapist tired of working at one office or therapy facility, it might be time to work in a different city, state, or country to provide physical therapy. Working as a travel physical therapist can unlock a world of opportunity. In these positions, you can work in new locations, and you…

In the latest myPTpodcast, Devin interviews Adam Fujita PT, DPT, CAFS, and Scott Hadley, PhD, DPT, private practice physical therapists. They openly discuss the challenges and struggles Covid-19 has had on their businesses and how it’s fostering them to evaluate to provide better, more accessible, more flexible services to their patients. Click here to download…

Retirement

What are the main goals of most retirees? Spend more time with family and friends Travel Give back from their years of experience As your career shifts from an emphasis on serving the profession to serving your family, a travel placement may be a perfect solution. Travel therapist assignments enable you to do all three…

In Home Health Care visits, Home Health Bags are used to protect patients, family members, and healthcare workers from the spread of infection. It must be used correctly to prevent contamination. Devin DeBoer walks us through what to include in your home visit bag. He talks us through the essentials and non-essentials with road-tested wisdom…

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…

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…

Chronic diseases – such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and arthritis – are the leading causes of disability and death throughout the United States. The state of New York alone cites more than 40% of adults suffer from a chronic disease, and chronic diseases are responsible for 23% of all hospitalizations in that state….

Healthcare is filled with pressure of providing high productivity and compassionate care at the same time; it’s easy to become jaded and callous. Compassion and Productivity are not mutually exclusive, but it is a hard balance. As the years pass and stress takes its toll, I have seen nurses and therapists become hardened. Their once…

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