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7 Tips for Per Diem PTs

I always assumed I’d work a full-time job until the day I retired. I had never even heard of per diem employment, much less considered it as an option for myself. Then, three years into physical therapy practice, I found myself at a crossroads.

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5 Tips for Maximizing your Travel PT Lifestyle

Life as a traveling therapist has numerous perks: the freedom to live in various places across the country, multiple clinic settings to choose from, and of course, higher pay. But the most exciting benefit is the ability to take full control over your career and design the work-life balance you’ve always hoped for.

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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.

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Founder Letter: To Future #FreshPTs

It’s September, which means the weather’s cooling down, pumpkin-flavored everything is now available, and students—including future physical therapists—are heading back to school. If you’re in PT school right now, then this letter goes out to you, because the industry that you’re about to step into isn’t your grandparents’. It’s not even your parents’.

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New Business Checklist for Private Practice PTs

In the world of tasks and to-dos, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as completing a checklist (amirite?). I certainly believe this is true—which means, I can check “being right” off of my list of to-dos for today. Cha-ching! But, enough about me. If you’re starting a physical therapy clinic, you’ve probably got enough tasks floating around in your mind to make a list a mile long—and that list has to cover all of your bases.

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Overwhelmed? Here’s Your Solution

The feeling of being overwhelmed can cause not only anxiety, but also a feeling of paralysis that makes us think everything is spiraling out of control. Here’s a solution to take things step by step to not feel inundated with all the fine details.

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How to be Wildly Successful Without Being a Jerk

Some people believe self-awareness and mindfulness to be critical components to leadership success and healthy organizations. In fact, it’s a model one PT has used for several years to support herself and the health of other organizations.

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