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With Your Career in Travel Therapy!


With a career in physical or occupational therapist, you have the ability to make a huge impact in your patient's life, recovery, and long-term care. Each therapist possess a unique set of skills coupled with in-depth medical knowledge to bring real help working with patients spanning from infants and children to adults and the elderly. Now control your future while traveling with us! New people, exciting locations, oh, and a continual growth in opportunities (and pay!) as the population is living longer, more active lives.



Physical Therapists

Physical therapists are important in helping patients improve their movement throughout their rehabilitation process. Whether a patient has a chronic condition, an illness, or an injury, physical therapists help facilitate treatments and preventions so that patients can live their best lives. Physical therapist responsibilities:

  • Examine patients utilizing their client history and performing tests to identify potential and already existing issues

  • Diagnose and manage patient movement dysfunction and help to enhance their physical and functional abilities

  • Improve, maintain, and promote optimal physical functions as well as optimal wellness and fitness and quality of life as it relates to patient movement

  • Prevent the progression of impairments, limitations, and disabilities that come from diseases, injuries, and disorders

  • Provide interventions and interactions to help manage patient/client goals

  • Conduct re-examinations and modify interventions if necessary to achieve patient/client goals

  • Develop and implement discharge plans

Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists are important in helping patients improve skills needed for daily living or working. It’s the only job that helps people do the things they want and need by therapeutic use of daily activities. Whether a patient is a young child, a middle-aged individual, or a elderly patient, occupational therapists help people of all ages live their lives to the fullest. Occupational therapist responsibilities:

  • Evaluate patients to determine the patient’s goals

  • Create a customized intervention to improve the person’s ability to perform daily activities and reach their goals

  • Evaluate outcomes to make sure the goals are being met and make changes to the plan as needed

  • Practice a holistic perspective, in which the focus is on adapting the environment and tasks to fit the patient’s lifestyle and needs

Therapy Specialities

Physical Therapist (PT)

Occupational Therapist (OT)

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