What to do after “graduating” from PT

What to do after “graduating” from PT

Congratulations! You have done all the hard work and you are ready to graduate from therapy! As much as we love our patients, we are happy to see you feeling and doing better, and We want you to thrive being on your own. So, what now? Here’s 4 tips to keep you...
A travel PT’s perspective on COVID-19

A travel PT’s perspective on COVID-19

By guest blogger, traveling PT for Revolution – Homer Dr. Karen Durbin, DPT WHAT JUST HAPPENED? As a traveling Physical Therapist (PT) I have a lot of options for the direction of my life. Should I move to Texas or Alaska next? Do I want to work in a hospital or...
Low Back Pain Myths

Low Back Pain Myths

Low back pain is something that  everyone fears and many will experience at some point in their life. Unfortunately once you experience back pain, your chances of having future episodes is significantly increased. Here are 4 misconceptions about back pain and how PT...
What To Wear to Your 1st PT Appointment

What To Wear to Your 1st PT Appointment

So, you’ve taken the first steps of recovering from an injury or surgery, now to start the rehabilitation process! While there may be many fears, anxieties and questions regarding your specific injury, restrictions following surgery, you can at least go into your...