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CompHealth Helps Make Art Accessible At ArtPrize8

CompHealth's Grand Rapids office recently partnered with artist Dwayne Szot to make art accessible to all at Grand Rapids, Michigan's annual ArtPrize event. Read more

Joe and Kari: Working Travel Therapy Jobs As A Family

Joe and Kari are living the dream. Working as travel therapists, they’ve hiked through the towering redwoods, stared at the crater of smoky Mt. St. Helens, and helped patients along the way, with each other’s company throughout. And now, they have a six-month-old daughter who can join them on their adventures. Read more

7 Twitter Resources for Rehab Therapists

Happy National Rehab Week! We’re excited to help celebrate the wonderful work therapists do across the U.S. and around the world. If you are just getting started in the profession or looking to get ahead in your career, here are several resources you should follow on Twitter. Read more

Travel Physical Therapist Shares Her Adventure

The opportunity to pay off student loans is what got Jasmine excited about traveling, but it became much more for her. Traveling as a physical therapist opened her eyes to new things and areas throughout the country. Read more

7 Must-Read Rehab Therapist Stories

Every year, National Rehab Week (Sept. 18 – 24) celebrates the important role therapists play in the health and wellness of patients. In honor of the week, here are seven of our favorite therapy stories. Read more

Traveling Speech Language Pathologist Learns on the Road

Claire has always been interested in language learning and language development, so it's no surprise she became a speech language pathologist. When she began traveling a couple years ago, she drew upon a special source: her mother. Claire's mom was a traveling nurse in her youth and Claire always hoped to follow in her footsteps. Read more

Travel Provides A Great Career For One Physical Therapist

A phone call changed physical therapist Jess Visintainer's career. As she was approaching the end of her internships and thinking about a permanent job, a conversation with a fellow therapist led her to a split-second decision to becoming a travel PT, something she went on to do for seven years. Read more

Travel Occupational Therapist Explores Country, Makes Friends

Anna began traveling as an occupational therapist in 2013, and she hasn’t looked back. She continues to travel because it offers her the opportunity to explore different parts of our beautiful country while making a decent living. Read more

After Seven Years, a Physical Therapist Says Goodbye to Traveling  

We love getting thank-you letters from our therapists. After seven years as a traveling physical therapist, Jess has decided to take a permanent job. Here’s what she said to her recruiter about her experience as a traveler. Read more

Reigniting Your Passions Through Travel Occupational Therapy Jobs

Stephanie knew she needed a change in her occupational therapist career. At her previous job, she was working long hours for little compensation and she didn’t have time to do things she loved. Her colleague worked for CompHealth, and he suggested she give the staffing company a call. In less than a week, she had picked out her first assignment. Now, she has time to play music, practice on a softball team, and travel the country. Read more