If you’re a PT, OT, or SLP who made a resolution to find a new job in 2020, this list of openings is a fantastic place to start your search.
Is your practice a 5-star facility according to Google, Yelp, Facebook, and so on? If not, here are some ways to help improve your online reputation.
California appears to be the state with the highest demand across all therapy professions. What other states are seeing strong demand for PTs, OTs, and SLPs?
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.
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.
2019 is coming, and so is Medicare’s Merit-Based Incentive Payment System. Here’s an easy-to-follow breakdown of what PTs, OTs, and SLPs need to know.
The holidays can be hard on children with sensory processing disorders. Here is a guide of sensory-friendly items your patients’ families might want to add to their lists this year.
Despite campaigns by the therapy community, and the government, to loosen the grip of opioids in the U.S., patients still expect them after surgery.
Landmark legislation to fight the opioid epidemic, supported by the APTA, is headed to the President’s desk to be signed into law.
Asking for referrals is a necessity to grow your practice and make it thrive, but some therapists are uncomfortable doing so.