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Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months

Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months In this post I’d like to share a bit of what we, idiot novice parents, have learned during the past few months, and given that we tend to live a more minimalist lifestyle, what gear (baby stuff) we have found is worth bringing along for the adventure.…

Denali on the horizon

Travelers as Leaders

Travelers as Leaders Why and How Travelers can be Leaders “Oh, you’re a Travel therapist…” – the words dripping with so much disrespect that they are bordering disdain.  Plunk. We have been categorized and judged, dropped into the mental bucket labeled “just another traveler” and cast aside.  This is the reception we receive at nearly…

Zion National Park post Trav Con

Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler

Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler: Growing as a Clinician and Knocking out CEUs Finding, signing up for, and then following through to complete professional development courses that are in your area of interest is a serious challenge when you don’t know what corner of the country you’ll be living in next! Sometimes it is…

Travel PT 101 – What is travel therapy?

Travel PT 101 – What is travel therapy? Recently we have been receiving emails from potential travelers, often PT students, requesting some basic information regarding what is travel PT? To answer that very broad question I have decided to take an abbreviated approach and list out the basics of travel physical therapy.  Also included at…

Therapists Guide to Career and Income Growth

Make More Money The Travel Therapists Guide to Career and Income Growth We are so excited to FINALLY be able to share this with you! After sorting through tons of email and questions on social media I have decided to put all of our most successful strategies in one book, just for you! “Steve’s advice…

How to Find a Recruiter You Love

How to find a recruiter you love The world of travel therapy is vast.  The list of companies offering travel therapy recruiters runs nearly 14 pages deep on Google search. The world of travel therapy is also a bit opaque.  Agency websites are largely filled with useless or nearly useless information and grand promises. So…

Minimalism

Minimalism Light and fast Maybe we have spent too much time running up mountains and on long “adventure runs” out untracked trails, but the Mountain Running ethos of “Light and Fast” has thoroughly permeated our lives. At this time we are packing up our lives in Washington and beginning another move of 1,400+ miles back…

The 5 Foundational Skills of PT

The 5 Foundational Skills of PT In the diverse and fast-moving world of travel PT there are countless clinical settings and patient presentations that will confront you.   Across the board there are 5 essential clinical skills that every therapist, travel or otherwise, need to cultivate.   1. Systematic Thinking Any long time reader of my…

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