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Traveling Physical Therapist Combines Work with Friends and Fun

As a new graduate, it’s often difficult to find a job or figure out the best direction to take for your career. However, Shawna was not worried about that at all. While finishing her degree as a physical therapist, classmates told her about traveling assignments. Read more

Infographic: 15 Reasons PTs Should Try Travel Assignments

To kick off National Physical Therapist Month, we asked physical therapists their top reasons to try travel assignments. It was tough to narrow it down to just 15. Read more

Why Travel Therapy Jobs are Great for Sightseers

When Melanie decided to try working as a traveler, the ability to see the sights was top on her list. Now, as a traveling occupational therapist, she enjoys the freedom to see different parts of the country. Read more

Experience New Adventures with Speech Language Pathology Assignments

Grace, a speech language pathologist, started traveling with CompHealth because she loves the excitement of living in different places, meeting new people and having more time to do the things she loves. Read more

Using Traveling PT and PTA Assignments to Prevent Burnout and Boredom

Traveling assignments are not only a great cure for burnout, they’re also a great way to meet new people. While on her first assignment, Monica met her husband Raymond, who is a physical therapist assistant. Read more

Entry-Level Therapy Jobs: Where Are They and How Much Do They Pay?

Whether you’re an occupational therapist, speech-language pathologist or physical therapist, getting a job right after graduating may seem daunting, especially if you’re not sure where you’d like to settle down or how much money you can expect to make as an entry-level therapist. Fortunately, CompHealth can do the work for you — and help you earn more. Read more

Traveling Speech Language Pathologist Assignments: Stability Meets Flexibility

Jenny thought she’d found her forever job as a speech language pathologist at a hospital — until a larger corporation purchased the hospital and began making changes. “The job lost its focus on patient care,” she recalls. “I loved meeting new people and really enjoyed helping them during stressful times.” Read more

INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Physical Therapy Myths Debunked

Physical therapists work with thousands of patients each year to improve their mobility, manage and relieve pain and recover from injuries. Yet many myths persist about the profession. Check out the most common physical therapy myths in this infographic from Move Forward PT. Read more

Why Traveling is a Great Idea for Recent Physical Therapy Grads

Not quite sure what type of physical therapy job you want right right out of school? Maybe you should think about trying travel PT assignments. Read more

CompHealth Favors New Bill for PTs and Medicare Reimbursement

A new bill introduced in the Senate would allow physical therapists (PTs) to bring in a locum tenens provider to care for Medicare patients in their absence. The locum tenens provider would treat patients and bill Medicare through the PT’s practice provider number. Read more