• 5 Tips for Landing Your Dream PT Job Image

    articleDec 7, 2018 | 9 min. read

    5 Tips for Landing Your Dream PT Job

    Whether you’re a new grad or a seasoned physical therapist, job searching can be downright stressful. There’s a ton of pressure to find the perfect role—one where you’ll enjoy that elusive combination of fulfilling work, a healthy work-life balance, and fair pay coupled with growth potential. But, there are ways to strategically navigate your way through the thousands of available jobs in physical therapy—and increase your chances of successfully landing your dream PT job. Here are some …

  • How to Get the Most Out of Ascend 2018 Image

    articleAug 16, 2018 | 4 min. read

    How to Get the Most Out of Ascend 2018

    Ascend is only a few weeks away, which means it’s almost time for our favorite event of the year! And this year, we’re hosting it in our favorite place: our hometown of Phoenix. What makes it even more special is that (1) we just moved into our brand-new headquarters, and (2) we’re celebrating WebPT’s 10th birthday. So obviously, we’re super-pumped to share our new space, our community, and our 10-year festivities with all of our Ascend peeps. …

  • 5 Reasons to Attend Ascend in 2018 Image

    articleJul 20, 2018 | 3 min. read

    5 Reasons to Attend Ascend in 2018

    The ultimate rehab therapy business summit is only two months away, so we here at WebPT have kicked it into high gear adding finishing touches to the event. Case in point: We just rounded out our biggest speaker lineup yet with two heavy-hitting keynotes: Stephania Bell (PT and Injury Analyst for ESPN) and David Elton (Senior Vice President for Clinical Programs at Optum). While those keynotes are impressive, they’re merely cherries on top of a one-of-a-kind experience …

  • The Bare-Bones Social Media Guide for PT Clinics Image

    articleMay 17, 2018 | 5 min. read

    The Bare-Bones Social Media Guide for PT Clinics

    I’ll admit it: during the first five years of my career, I was extremely opposed to using social media. I felt uncomfortable when patients asked to friend me on Facebook, and I got nervous about employers checking in on my personal life. Along the way, though, I was forced to change my tune. When I launched my non-clinical physical therapy career as a copywriter and entrepreneur, I had to learn the art of self-promotion. As PTs, we’re …

  • The Ultimate Checklist for PT, OT, and SLP New Grads Image

    articleMay 9, 2018 | 7 min. read

    The Ultimate Checklist for PT, OT, and SLP New Grads

    The end of graduate school is an exciting time. For newly minted clinicians, the lure of treating patients with a greater sense of ownership and autonomy is empowering and liberating. Caught up in the rush of that newfound freedom, though, it’s easy to forget about some of the crucial steps we must take to set our careers in the right direction. Never fear! Even if you’re still busy sipping cocktails on the beach and celebrating, we’ve got …

  • 5 Things I Wish I had Learned in PT School Image

    articleSep 12, 2017 | 10 min. read

    5 Things I Wish I had Learned in PT School

    I am not one of those people who bounded out of physical therapy school, brimming with confidence and ready to take on the world. I didn’t lead any groups or clubs during school. I made absolutely no effort to network. And I wound up spending the first two years of my PT career bouncing around a bit, trying to find my footing in the physical therapy industry. While I had a really solid clinical education in PT …

  • Social Networking with Purpose: A Guide for OTs Image

    articleMar 10, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Social Networking with Purpose: A Guide for OTs

    1.86 billion Facebook users and myself agree: online networking platforms represent one of the best technological advances in recent years. If you aren’t leveraging the online sphere to grow your occupational therapy network, you may be missing out. However, we all know by now that the online world can be a rabbit hole of dead ends and misadventures. It is, therefore, critical to approach social networking with purpose.  Here are three steps to help you do just …

  • What We're Reading Right Now Image

    articleSep 21, 2016 | 6 min. read

    What We're Reading Right Now

    Take a stroll through WebPT headquarters, and you’ll see dozens of diagrams on whiteboards, brainstorming sessions in progress, smiling faces, Nerf darts, and a whole lot of hard workers. But, if you look a little closer, you’ll notice books—tons of books. They’re displayed on shelves, stacked on desks, and even organized into mini departmental libraries. Heck, we even have an internal Google+ page where teams can leave book reviews. That’s because here at WebPT, we encourage everyone …

  • Practice of the Year: Do You Have What it Takes to Win? Image

    articleMay 27, 2016 | 2 min. read

    Practice of the Year: Do You Have What it Takes to Win?

    Ascend 2016 —the ultimate rehab therapy business summit—is just a few short months away. Similar to the 2015 event , this year’s conference will give attendees the opportunity to earn CEUs , glean insights from a lineup of esteemed speakers , and network with some of the top rehab industry leaders. In addition to these benefits, though, we’re happy to continue the tradition of recognizing one deserving rehab therapy business with the Practice of the Year award …

  • 29 Ways to Remedy Rehab Therapy Burnout Image

    articleJun 30, 2015 | 4 min. read

    29 Ways to Remedy Rehab Therapy Burnout

    As a therapist, you care about your patients (thank you, captain obvious ). But it’s this helpful nature that’s often responsible for stress, frustration, and even career burnout. When things get rough, you might find yourself internalizing patient progress—or lack thereof. Additionally, you might feel like you have to constantly fill the “therapist” role, even when you’re not in the clinic. Plus, you’re under pressure to answer tons of questions thrown your way on a daily basis …

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