The month of September has been designated as Pain Awareness Month to shine a light on the 100 million Americans who live with chronic pain.
Stem cell injections are costly, controversial, and unproven to be effective. So, why are professional athletes pushing them?
Americans are often portrayed as being lazy, and a new study finds that they are living up to that stereotype, getting more sedentary over time.
For those with a sense of adventure, travel positions need no other selling point. If you don’t have a natural love of travel, though, here are five other reasons to consider travel assignments.
Back-to-school season is upon us, and school-based therapists are likely beginning to feel excited or overwhelmed. Here’s how to stay centered.
Whether or not you are actively searching for a new therapy job, keeping your résumé current is always smart. Here are some tips to get yours in top shape.
A recent survey of physical therapists has found time consuming administrative tasks negatively impact outcomes, and contribute to clinician burnout.
A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers have reintroduced legislation that would enable occupational therapists to open Medicaid home health cases.
Using the latest data available from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, we dug up the average salaries for PTs, OTs, and SLPs across the United States.
In this Hiring Spotlight, learn more about CoreMedical Group and the thousands of openings they have available for nurses, therapy professionals, and physicians.