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October Preview


Fall is back in business. Spectacular sunsets, snug temperatures, fantastic festivals – you have been sorely missed. Living in a cesspool of humidity during the summer, I have an intense affection for everything October. Octoberfest, October sports, October miniature Halloween candy (that is decidedly not for me, but I consume anyway), and National PT month which takes place in, you guessed it: October. While most of the country is finally cooling off, the Advanced Medical events calendar is heating up. Let’s take a quick look at some featured happenings for October. (more…)

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National School Backpack Awareness Day [infographic]

Today we celebrate AOTA’s National School Backpack Awareness Day with this short infographic. Every year Occupational Therapy practitioners and educators come together to help students prevent injury and neck pain that comes from wearing heavy backpacks. We hope you enjoy this fun infographic and feel free to share it with friends and coworkers. (more…)

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New Travel Mentor: Janet Shannon

janetshannonThe creation of the Advanced Medical CFY program has brought viability to new grad SLP travel. We are extremely fortunate to have 2 SLP mentors in Melissa Jones and Kelsey Besler that found success as new grad travelers with Advanced Medical and currently provide guidance and support for our young SLP’s. Now we are proud to announce our newest addition to the SLP mentoring team: Janet Shannon. Janet complements our team beautifully as someone who brings 15+ years of therapy wisdom within an educational setting.  (more…)

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Congrats Amy On 50 Travelers!

Amy-croppedEdmund Hillary conquering the 29,029 of Everest – Chuck Yeager flying at 767 mph in breaking the sound barrier – Roger Bannister with the sub 4 minute mile – Maris and his 61 homers… now we add another name in the pantheon of stupendous achievers: Amy Barnes and her 50 Advanced Medical travelers (otherwise known as her family!).  This feat was impressive enough that I just used the long dormant word “stupendous” to do it justice. (more…)

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APTA Launches New Web Series

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City Spotlight: Sacramento


Travel therapy can be your ticket to clinical diversity and high earnings, as well as a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture. Successful travelers often find themselves adjusting destinations and expectations on the fly, with an ability to embrace new time zones that at first glance may be outside their comfort zone. In keeping with that spirit, we are starting a new city spotlight series on our blog that aims to highlight under-the-radar cities with significant travel opportunities.  (more…)

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How Groot Helped A Young Boy With Dyspraxia Learn to Speak

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Spreading The #PTTransforms Message

PTTransformsA few years ago I had the privilege of marching on the Washington State capitol building with hundred of therapists from the Washington State Physical Therapy Association (PTWA). Advanced Medical was a “Feed the Masses” sponsor for the state legislative impact day and I came away impressed by the professional pride and optimistic energy of the chapter members. My fond memories of that day returned quickly when I read about last week’s National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) that took place in Seattle and saw members of the PTWA leading the attendees in a “Walk for Wellness”. The conference brought together state representatives, legislators, and staff to discuss public policy. On hand for the festivities, the APTA and PTWA discussed pertinent issues related to the physical therapy profession. With over 5,000 attendees, the conference was an excellent chance to reach those tasked with the “meat and potatoes” work of forming public policy.  (more…)

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The Iceman Cometh


“Some people skate to the puck. I skate to where the puck is going to be.”
~Wayne Gretzky

They say a good hockey ref must display agility, poise, fairness, communication, and teamwork. If this is true, then Seth Mukai must be an exemplary referee because Seth exhibits these qualities in spades. A Division I and Semi-pro hockey ref in his spare time, Seth has been promoted to Director of School Therapy at Advanced Medical. His steady demeanor, selfless character, and ability to tune out negativity will be a tremendous asset for the burgeoning school division. Vice President of Sales, Keeley Murphy, describes Seth as, “a master of conflict resolution who handles sensitive situations with poise and integrity.” This comes as no surprise since “master of conflict resolution” could be the actual job title of hockey refs who, shall we say, face slightly more colorful language than a tennis umpire. (more…)

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University Showcase: Wichita State DPT

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