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New Travel Mentor: Courtney McClean

CourtneyFresh off our induction of OT Madison Carrico, the Advanced Medical Mentoring Team continues to grow its all-star cast. This week we warmly welcome PT Courtney McClean to our lineup of talented new grad mentors. Growing up in Bridgton, a small resort town in eastern Maine, Courtney went on to get her undergraduate and doctorate degree in New Haven, Connecticut at Quinnipiac University. Boasting a classically New England style campus with handsomely manicured lawns, Quinnipiac is a mid-sized liberal arts university with a strong DPT program. As someone who is in her words, “active on my feet”, Courtney was drawn to the thrilling diversity of travel therapy. (more…)

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New Travel Mentor: Madison Carrico

Madison CarricoAs we eagerly wave goodbye to the bonanza of blizzards and warmly embrace the seeds of spring, attention turns to another talented inductee into our prestigious roster of New Grad Mentors. Madison Carrico has proven to be a talented and versatile OT traveler with a strong desire to help others. Growing up in the charmingly named Western Kentucky town of Fancy Farm, Madison embraces a number of passions associated with the bluegrass state. An avid horseback rider and Kentucky Wildcat fanatic, Madison graduated from Spalding University located in downtown Louisville, Ky. She stayed on to earn her MSOT at the well-regarded program, one of only 2 MSOT programs in the state. (more…)

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The Best Way to Drive Across the U.S. Hitting All Major Landmarks

Credit: Randall Olson - Google Maps

Credit: Randall Olson – Google Maps


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Featured Traveler: Dawn P!

Dawn at WorkAs we power through the last few weeks of winter, let’s take a moment to get to know another one of our amazing travelers. The Featured Traveler for March is the awesome and dedicated SLP, Alison “Dawn” P! We appreciate all the work that you do and the time that you commit to being a traveling therapist as your professionalism and skill-set continuously raises the bar! Her recruiter only had the best of things to say: (more…)

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PT Pub Night

16301_10152605116960143_7892849453212690328_nAs part of last months CSM conference in Indianapolis, Advanced Medical had the privilege to sponsor PT Pub Night, a social gathering with a bevy of thirsty therapists, students, and educators. With a few of our trusted recruiters in attendance, we were able to take part in this interactive event sweeping the country one pint at a time. The brainchild of Vantage Clinical Solutions, a business and marketing firm located in Bend,Oregon, PT Pub Night was launched in 2013 with a mission to enhance productive interaction and professional development within the pt profession. The firm provides promotional services and event development guidance for hundred of pt communities looking to bring a creative component to their membership gatherings. Since its inception, the theme has taken off with over 500 events in 40 states. (more…)

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Survey Finds Pain Management Education Inadequate

pain managementA recent survey in a study published recently in The Journal of Pain, found that only 63% of the faculty in physical therapy education programs believe that today’s students are receiving adequate instruction in pain management. The authors, Marie Hoeger Bement and Kathleen Sluka surveyed physical therapy programs regarding issues with pain education and was conducted between October 2012 and January 2013. (more…)

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Payment Reform Takes Shape


2015 is shaping up to be a critical year for making incremental progress on a host of legislative initiatives facing the therapy community. With overall healthcare costs slowing while overall access grows via the ACA, therapy organizations are working on smart reforms a midst a rapidly changing landscape. Jockeying near the top of the list sits the dauntingly complex issue of payment reform. The current trends in reform move away from fee for service models that emphasize quantity over quality. This shift has been deliberate and in many ways experimental; with a number of competing approaches that emphasize a value based system. Regardless of the speed of change, the writing is on the wall and organizations like the APTA have been laying the groundwork for years to ensure that the interests of therapists are well represented. (more…)

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amybThis recap comes courtesy of Amy Barnes, who attended the CSM last week. 

Last week we had the pleasure of attending the Combined Section Meetings in Indianapolis for APTA. The conference gave us the opportunity to meet some amazing up and coming PT’s, and share all the benefits of travel with many interested candidates. (more…)

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CSM Preview

APTA-CSMNext week, Advanced Medical heads to the “Racing Capitol of the World”, to take part in the APTA Combined Sections Meeting. For non-racing fans I should reveal that Indianapolis gets to play host for this super sized gathering of physical therapy professionals. Indianapolis is home to the Indy 500, which many consider to be the world’s most famous race, although I am sure that there are more than a few people in our Daytona office that would quibble with that designation. Indiana is a state know for its basketball, so a couple of our recruiters were excited to learn that Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers would be in town to play the Indiana Pacers Friday night. (more…)

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