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American Traveler Allied Blog

As a leader in therapist recruitment solutions, our team of dedicated professionals places occupational therapists, physical therapists,   and other allied health professionals in short and long term assignments at top-rated healthcare facilities. In our blog we cover therapy trends, featured destinations, and share stories from fellow travelers.

American Traveler Allied, a leader travel therapy jobs ’ recruiting agency, announced its innovative resource for finding the most desirable jobs in the market for allied health care professionals. Therapy ... Read more
As a marathoner and a Physical Therapist, I would like to share some tips for training and conditioning for a first marathon... First, it’s a good idea build up to ... Read more
Find Clinical Fellowship Year Jobs now and start the therapy career you’ve been waiting for! At American Traveler Allied, our recruitment experts are poised to deliver career resources that guide ... Read more
Project Search is a growing program designed to help young adults with significant disabilities The goal is help these individuals enter the healthcare workforce and secure solid healthcare jobs. The ... Read more
Physical therapists are bound to realize they’ve chosen a health-care profession that happens to be in high demand. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment for PTs ... Read more
October was the official rollout of ICD-10. The 36-year-old system used for coding diseases, diagnoses and clinical procedures was due for a revision; actually, a federal mandate called for the ... Read more
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) consistently reports great employment figures for the healthcare sector. The career outlook for physical therapists is especially bright, and a recent study done ... Read more
For the past nine years, The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has published the top 20 exercises trending in the upcoming year in its health and fitness journal. As ... Read more
A new study forecasts a potential labor shortage of physical and occupational therapists over the next decade. The September 2014 study by "The Conference Board" estimates that the U.S. will ... Read more
According to the CDC, there is no state in the U.S. right now with an **obesity rate under 20%; this is an epidemic that many physical therapists are specifically trained ... Read more