Travel OT April K. loves the flexibility of travel therapy, because it allows her to pursue adventure and volunteer opportunities between assignments.
Travel physical therapist Melissa L. discovered a job that travels with you and loves every minute of it. Each new area offers a fresh perspective.
Growing up in rural New York, Terra G. knew there was a lot of world out there she wasn’t experiencing. Becoming a travel PT opened her eyes to new...
Speech language pathologist Erika W. accepted her first travel therapy assignment on a whim. She says it was the best decision she ever made.
Occupational therapist Jackie Clark wasn’t content to settle down. Traveling has given her opportunities to learn and explore that other therapists...
Meeting people and making friends with the locals is one of the best ways to create an enriching, adventurous travel experience.
People become travel therapists for many reasons, but not many find the love of their life while on assignment. This is Jennifer and Matt’s story.
The PT Compact makes it easier and more affordable to work in multiple states as a travel physical therapist.
Occupational therapist Samantha Ameteis has enjoyed working as a travel OT and the opportunity to contribute to and learn from other therapy teams.
If you’re an occupational therapist or speech language pathologist, it’s time to go back to school — elementary… junior high…or maybe even high...