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It never hurts to review the basics, especially when they can help patients who bike learn to prevent pain and injury, increase efficiency and eliminate discomfort. For PTs who work in physical therapy jobs that emphasize sports medicine, it’s part of the daily routine to help patients identify functional goals, i.e. endurance OR speed and performance.
Posture tips for making the most out of every bicycling work-out include these three basics: 1) Changing hand position on handlebars frequently 2) Maintaining a controlled but relaxed grip on the handlebars and 3) Understanding the importance of back strength.
These fundamentals from the APTA can help with proper bike fit:
- Trunk positioning is a crucial part of proper bike fit. The recreational rider’s trunk should be positioned **40 to 80 degrees from horizontal; the shoulder angle between 80 and 90 degrees.
- Knee to Pedal positioning is ideal when it is **as close to 35 degrees as possible. This will ensure better function, with less stress to the knee. For the recreational biker, knee to pedal angle should be 35 to 40 degrees; for the road cyclist, therapists recommend an angle of **30 to 35 degrees.
- Foot to Pedal positioning should ensure that **the ball of the foot is placed over the pedal spindle for the best leverage, comfort, and efficiency; a stiff-soled shoe is best for comfort and performance. The optimal goal of revolutions per minute when peddling is between **80 and 90.
- Handlebar positioning **affects hand, shoulder, neck, and back comfort. The higher the handlebars, the more weight will be placed on the saddle. Taller cyclists should have lower handlebars in relation to the height of the seat. Road cyclists should position their hands approximately 2 centimeters wider than the shoulders for optimal peddling, efficiency and aerodynamics.
- Seat positioning can make or break proper bike fit. **If you are sliding too far forward, that means too much weight is being placed on your hands, arms, and lower back. If the seat is tilted backwards then you may place undue strain on your lower back. The seat should also be a comfortable distance from the handlebars. If it is too close then extra weight will be placed on the mid-back and arms; too far away and extra strain will be placed on the lower back and neck.
Therapists Can Help Outfit the Bike and Cyclist: Helmets should feature tight traps to prevent slipping and bear the marking of “Snell Certified” or “Meets ANS12904 standard”. A white light on the front of the bike, red reflector or light on rear, and orange flag fastened to the back of your bike increases visibility. Softer handlebar tape and shock absorbers for the seat post and front fork are also worth inquiring about at the local bike shop!
The Right Healthcare Staffing Agency Will Ensure that You Work in An Ideal Healthcare Setting!
Travel Force Staffing places our allied healthcare team in top paying therapy jobs in all 50 U.S. states. Our therapists work in diverse settings—from prestigious teaching hospitals and award winning rehab centers to outpatient clinics with sterling reputations; many of our clients are noted on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals List. Don’t stop with ensuring proper bike fit—make sure your allied healthcare career is a perfect fit as well by calling 1-800-617-0608 or applying online today!
**Information for this article was taken from APTA’s online brochure, Bike Right, Bike Fit and APTA- PTs Offer Tips for Proper Bike Fit
This Memorial Day, as healthcare professionals join the nation in recognizing veterans and those on active duty, it’s important to consider that for all patients—particularly Vets—mental anguish and physical pain are often connected. Some physical therapists are bridging this gap via use of targeted therapies that specifically address Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Travel therapists in Florida will recognize the James A. Hailey Veterans Administration Hospital as a forerunner in treating PTSD. The facility, located in Tampa, recently celebrated its grand opening in April 2014. The rehab hospital is forging new concepts in allied healthcare for Vets, such as units categorized as “neighborhoods”, each with a military-inspired name. A few examples of different floors’ names in this facility include Duty, Patriot, Valor, Motivation, Bravery, Honor and not least of all, Courage! A personal memorabilia display and outward facing windows that emit restorative natural light, round out this new rehab hospital, identifying it as a first stop for Florida veterans in need of top notch care.
The therapies trending in VA hospitals are impacting physical therapy careers in many healthcare settings. For PTSD, some therapists are using a multi-disciplinary team approach, wherein the rehab team is made up of physical therapists, as well as mental health professionals. The team treats the condition as a “whole body disease” that affects patients on multiple levels.
This is part of a “**Habitual Therapy Technique”, gaining traction among patients with PTSD. The idea is to get the patient to do things over and over, so that he or she achieves “somatization of pain”. This technique supposedly helps the patient mentally deal with trauma by somatizing pain in different parts of the body; during treatment, and with targeted exercise prescribed by the physical therapist, the patient eventually gets past the physical pain: Endorphins kick in, the joints are lubricated and the patient enjoys a speedier recovery, thanks to the steady regimen of exercise enforced by the PT.
Goal List for Physical Therapists Treating Vets
This Memorial Day, strengthen your goals for patients who served or are serving in the military. These are just a few of the ways PTs can help Vets transition, more smoothly, from life in the hospital to life as a happy and healthy civilian.
- Get them back on a regular physical workout schedule
- Become more effective at diagnosing and picking up on the nuances of PTSD
- Take the patient from a targeted exercise plan into painless full-body workouts
- Familiarize yourself with tele-rehabilitation services that allow therapists to perform remote TBI evaluation and in-home monitoring
- Work from the assumption that the body functions as a whole and symptoms in one area of the body may be related to a dysfunction occurring elsewhere
Travel Force Staffing Wishes Our Therapists and Everyone They Treat, a Safe and Happy Memorial Day!
At a premiere staffing agency, therapists work in America’s best rehabilitation hospitals; these include teaching hospitals similar to the James A. Haley VA, and other poly trauma centers. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online for therapy jobs that let you use state of the art technologies, like virtual reality and underwater treadmills. Be elemental in offering patients a return to the mobility and independence they once knew; it’s a great time to salute our allied healthcare professionals and the men and women in uniform they are helping to heal. Happy Memorial Day Weekend everyone!
** Information on the Habitual Therapy Technique was taken from an article entitled: Physical therapists work to address Post Traumatic Stress Disorder among veterans.
Better Speech and Hearing Month (BSHM) is an Opportune Time to Learn More about the Benefits of Telepractice
Every May, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association makes BSHM resources available on their website, effectively raising awareness about communication disorders and growing need for more speech language pathology and audiology services in the United States; one of the ways this is being accomplished is via telepratice—a topic that ASHA reports on with positivity and optimism in this informative video:
Increasing the availability of SLP services is something that technology achieves everyday via telepractice; this enables the therapist to dial into a patient’s home and meet them wherever they are! It’s a service delivery method that works for any age group. Young patients are motivated by technology-driven therapy sessions, and older patients respond well to therapy via computers, as so many are used to communicating with their children and grandchildren this way.
Breaking Down the Two Major Types of Telepractice
Other terms for “telepractice” may include “teleaudiology”, “telespeech”, and “speech teletherapy”. Speech language pathologists should note the differences between these two types of telepratice:
- Synchronous: This service delivery method is client/patient interactive and conducted with interactive audio and video connection in real time. This creates an in-person experience similar to that achieved in a face-to-face therapy session. Synchronous services may connect a client/patient or group of clients/patients with a clinician, or they may include consultation between a clinician and a specialist.
- Asynchronous: This is a “store and forward” service delivery method, wherein images or data are captured and transmitted (i.e., stored and forwarded) for viewing or interpretation by a professional. Examples include transmission of voice clips, audiologic testing results, or outcomes of independent client/patient practice.
SLPs Successfully Providing Teletherapy Are Improving Access and Decreasing Costs for Patients
Many SLPs who practice teletherapy report research outcomes that are equal to face-to-face delivery models, and say that patient satisfaction is high, adding that the method opens new doors in therapy as it promotes more family involvement and easy access to care. More insurance companies, including Medicare agree with the cost-effectiveness and uncompromised quality of telepractice, and provide coverage for these sessions; the only challenge left for SLPs is when patient relationships cross state lines because this means the therapist must seek SLP licensure in multiple states: the state wherein therapy is being provided, and the state where the patient is receiving it. The ASHAsphere blog has written extensively on a need for SLP license portability, as more schools, nursing homes and hospitals experience shortages in audiology and speech pathology services.
There is No Better Time than “Better Speech and Hearing Month” to Celebrate Technological Advances for SLPs!
This May, may you continue to excel in speech language pathology jobs during BSHM Month and throughout the rest of the year. When it comes to restoring the gift of communication to your patients, only highly trained SLPs deliver the articulation, language. and fluency necessary to succeed. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online to find high paying speech therapy jobs that match your skill set today!
New medical documentation software allows allied healthcare professionals to sit in front of a computer and get a lot done; the downside to that is physical therapists experiencing, first-hand, what patients with sitting-induced neck and back pain go through. The treadmill desk is a trending solution for sedentary workers who wish to become more active ones, reaping the health benefits along the way.
The concept of the treadmill desk was born when **Dr. James Levine, an endocrinologist at the Mayo Clinic, developed it as part of his work with non-exercise activity thermogenesis, constructing a “treadmill desk” by placing a bedside hospital tray over a simple treadmill. In 1996, Dr. Seth Roberts, a professor of psychology from UC Berkeley designed the first prototype of the 3 kinds of treadmill desks available today, which are:
- A desk that is designed to cover a traditional treadmill (example: TrekDesk)
- Treadmills designed to fit under a standing desk (example: The Rebel Crank-up Desk)
- Desks fabricated by original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and are a treadmill with desk included (example: LifeSpan)
If You’re Thinking of Recommending Treadmill Desking to a Fellow Physical Therapist or Patient…
Patients expect their physical therapist to be up to date on the latest innovations in ergonomic workspaces, so it never hurts to study the different varieties of treadmill desks out there and recommend one that works for you. A review of several treadmill desk brands was penned by a Michigan physical therapist who wrote this article that interested PTs can click on to get direct links to treadmill desks manufacturers; costs range widely from $400 to $4,000.
These are a few highlights, assurances and other important things to remember for those just starting out “treadmill desking”:
- Users can burn an estimated 100-130 calories per hour at speeds slower than 2 miles per hour**
- Treadmill desks require compliance with the same ergonomic safety standards recommended for any computer desk**
- The recommended speed for walking on a treadmill while working at a computer is less than 2 miles per hour**
- Beginners on the TrekDesk are advised to add no more than 15 minutes more walking each day initially.**
See what your work day on the move would be like via SparkPeople’s product review of the The LifeSpan TR1200-DT7 treadmill desk!
Stay Busy and Productive in Travel Therapy Jobs in All 50 U.S. States!
Travel Force Staffing has high paying therapy jobs in some of the most coveted tourist destinations in the nation. Our therapists stay active, thanks to flexible PT jobs that let them see and do a lot in travel therapy assignments lasting an average of 13 to 26 weeks, with more permanent jobs available. Being productive in your job without sitting all day sets a great example for patients—so keep moving whether you have a treadmill or not. Your mood, BMI and positive outlook on life are just waiting for your feet to catch up!
**Facts for this article were taken from PRWeb.com and U.S. News and World Report’s article: Are Treadmill desks the cure for America’s sitting epidemic.
Patient Outcomes in Physical and Occupational Therapy Improve with Emerging Technologies like Sway and Jintronix
It’s exciting when allied healthcare professionals get the chance to work with technologies that let them treat patients remotely, from anywhere! Companies like Jintronix and Sway Medical are offering just that chance, by providing virtual rehabilitation platforms or smartphone apps that help make therapy possible from your living room, an airport, your office—basically anywhere.
Last fall Sway released a customizable version of their FDA approved iPhone app that assesses postural sway and concussion risk. In short, Sway provides balance testing, sideline evaluations of a head injury, orthopedic injury screening, recovery tracking and fatigue monitoring—watch this “How does Sway work” video to learn more:
Why Sway is Making Therapists Swoon
The product is saving allied healthcare providers big money as an alternative to costly force platforms. Developed by Chase Curtiss, a clinical exercise physiologist, Sway Balance is of considerable value to any therapist who works in rehabilitation, sports medicine or fall risk; it’s a go-to app when therapists find themselves outside of the clinic, and in need of a fast, reliable concussion screening. **Healthcare professionals can purchase a yearly subscription to the app for $199 – a fraction of the cost of a typical balance platform. Better yet, the patient-facing app is free to download!
Another Technology Therapists Will Love: Jintronix
Jintronix is also making therapists and patients take note—when, thanks to a powerful software platform, therapy can be done anywhere, via portal and client application: “The Wave”. The games offered by Jintronix were created by some of the most talented physical therapists and occupational therapists working in allied healthcare today. After taking the company’s **video tour, therapists can appreciate how engaging and fun the virtual environments are for patients. The therapy exercises, done via motion and tracking camera, record patients’ movements in real time; this allows the therapist to maintain a high standard of care as though the patient were right there in the room—and carry on as though the patient never left it! Therapists can review performance metrics online, as well as modify and prescribe treatments accordingly.
PTs and OTs Are Seeing the Gap between Therapy and Technology Shrink, As Potential to Excel in Allied Healthcare Expands!
It is now possible for occupational and physical therapists to focus more on patient outcomes, as well as provide more streamlined, objective and organized evidence of patient improvements; this is a boon to the PT or OT amassing data that proves just how marketable they are on the healthcare landscape, and how indispensable they are to patients. Call 1-800-617-0608 or apply online at Travel Force Staffing to find out how you can ride this information and technology driven wave!
**Cost of Sway technology derived from: thehealthcareblog.com
Recently we had a PT graduate send us a few very good questions regarding his interest in travel physical therapy jobs. In the process of answering his questions, we also thought would be important to share them with our online community. So, here are his questions and Travel Force’s answers about physical therapist graduates seeking travel therapy jobs.
1. Do new graduates generally have good outcomes in choosing traveling PT as a first career choice or are new grads turned down often due to little experience? A: Many facilities are happy to have fully licensed new graduate Physical and Occupational Therapists join their team as a Traveler. The decision will be based on the specific need of the facility and if they have support available for the Physical or occupational Therapist at the time. New Graduates are most successful in securing a position if they are flexible with pay rate expectations, location and setting choices. Once a Physical or Occupational Therapist has had a year or more of experience and has completed at least one travel assignment, they will have many more options available to them.
2. Also, my fiancé is a nurse who also wants to travel. Do you have travel nursing assignments as well where we could potentially travel together? A: Many of our Travelers choose to travel with a companion. This works best when you are both working with the same Recruiter and when you are both flexible with locations. Travel Force specializes in Allied Health professions, however if your RN partner has applied for a job with American Traveler Staffing Professionals, as partner, Travel Force can arrange to have a single Recruiter work with both of you.
3. Lastly, is there any other good insight you may have for a new PT grad looking into this? I really hope to find a reputable agency that will help me succeed in my new profession. A: Be sure you trust your Recruiter. Good Recruiters are up front and honest, they don’t promise you what they can’t provide and they are honest with you in regards to the jobs they have available that will be a good match for your experience. A good Recruiter does not want to place you in the wrong job for the sake of getting you a job. Also, work hard on your resume to be sure it showcases you well, no one else knows your accomplishments like you do
Fell free to contact Travel Force Staffing with any allied health travel job career related questions you might have. Our expert consultants are here to help you advance your career and find the next great travel therapy job around! Call us at 800-617-0608 or apply for travel therapy jobs online.
A common goal among healthcare professionals is in sync with what the patient population wants, too: improved access to medical services and affordable coverage for every American. Now that healthcare reform, “Obamacare” is underway, physical therapists are doing what they can to expedite the more positive measures that Mr. Obama’s plan brings to allied healthcare, like expanded Medicare benefits and the ability to treat and evaluate without a referral from an MD.
The Positives of Obamacare
Progress is being made by state legislators, broadening physical therapy options for Americans from coast to coast. To date, these are healthcare reform goals that many allied healthcare professionals fully support and try to increase public awareness of:
- More open access to physical therapy providers: 48 states in the U.S. no longer require patients to seek a referral from a medical doctor before coming to a physical therapist for an evaluation. 44 U.S. States, including Washington D.C. allow PTs to evaluate AND treat patients without referrals.
- Strong Support of Legislation for Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services: these laws will make physical therapy a mandated benefit under Medicare, NOT just an option. This legislation will also repeal limits on outpatient therapy, by lifting restrictive caps on treatment costs and long 2-year waiting periods. Therapists strive as well, for reform of the Medicare physical fee schedule.
- Stronger support of “comparative effectiveness research”: this can prove a physical therapist’s intervention is, in some cases, just as effective as surgery, with less risk posed to the patient and a shorter recovery period.
- Make physical therapy available to poor patient populations: This can be achieved, in part, by including PTs in programs that expand access in Indian reservations.
- Increase access to federal scholarships and loan initiatives for physical therapists, many of whom have trained in accordance with the APTA’s Vision 2020 goal.
Travel Force Staffing: Where Supply Meets Demand
Now that so many new Americans qualify for medical benefits and have entered the healthcare marketplace, supply must meet the demand. The Baby Boomers have reached retirement age, and the nation has seen cases of chronic disease, 75% of total healthcare costs, rise along with the aging population. Only a highly trained medical professional is prepared to meet these kinds of challenges.
Cue the well-educated PT! Physical therapy offers an alternative to the surgery and prescription drugs many patients may need; a PT’s rigorous training, accompanied by experience in an advanced clinical setting, prepares therapists to meet specific patient needs. An excellent place to build an allied health professional’s resume is at an experienced healthcare staffing agency that encourages “Travelers” to work in diverse settings that exercise every muscle, so to speak, in their repertoire of advanced clinical skills. PTs, PTAs, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists grow their skill sets in therapy jobs that contract with the nation’s top, award winning healthcare employers.
Experienced Staffing Agencies are Ideal for More Than Just Physical Therapists
Travel Force Staffing supports Graduate Medical Education (GME), which includes availability of clinical fellowship programs. We are proud to offer speech language pathologists CFY opportunities for recent graduates that are going places! Leaders in allied healthcare are looking to improve patient outcomes. Some think healthcare reform puts us on the right track. Leave us a comment and tell us what YOU think!
**Facts and statistics cited in this blog were taken from the American Physical Therapy Association’s article: The Role of the Physical Therapist in National Healthcare Reform
After a 1-year delay it appears to be full speed ahead with the ICD-10 conversion for medical providers nationwide. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services appear to be standing firm on the October 1, 2014 deadline for conversion. The transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 is required by all health facilities covered by the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) including occupational and physical therapy facilities.
The changes to the coding system are significant and getting it right is important to keeping revenue and reimbursement flowing post conversion.
How to keep Therapy Revenue Flowing during Conversion
ICD-10 Conversion checklist:
- Develop an implementation strategy complete with timeline and budget.
- Prepare a list of all documentation that you currently record ICD-10 diagnosis codes. Medical forms, clinical documentation, computer and billing systems, EHR, reimbursement claims, patient eligibility, payer authorization, and quality reporting are a good place to start.
- Convert paper and electronic forms to conform to the longer, alphanumeric ICD-10 codes which provide greater specificity for patient diagnosis.
- Collaborate with all relevant software vendors and payors such as billing services, clearinghouses, and therapy practice management systems to coordinate software compatibility testing.
- Analyze, document, and implement changes to your practice work flow and business processes.
- Set up staff training sessions. All staff that work with the current ICD-9 system must be trained on the ICD-10, such as occupational and physical therapists, front desk staff, and coding/billing staff.
- Make arrangements for supplemental staffing. Even with all the planning and testing there are likely to be business disruptions during conversion. In fact, many conversion experts advise to expect multiple disruptions. But while the conversion is taking place, patients still need to be attended to in a compassionate and customer-focused manner. During your conversion, you can ensure your patients receive the quality treatments they’ve come to expect through the temporary staffing of physical and occupational therapists.
Travel Force staffs prestigious facilities nationwide including Outpatient Centers, Rehab Centers, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities with experienced therapists in careers where quality patient care matters most. Our fully-online staffing program is ideal for staffing managers who have to plan therapy jobs for leave, expansion, census fluctuations, vacations, unit openings and filling difficult positions. Travel Force Staffing has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval since 2005.
It’s never too early to arrange for temporary staffing in preparation for ICD-10 conversion and there is no charge to post a therapy job. In fact, the earlier you post, the more time you have to make the best selection for your facility. You can speak to a therapy recruitment specialist at 800-617-0608 for more information.
Healthcare careers continue to boost U.S. job growth and will do so into the foreseeable future. Healthcare employment is projected to grow by 31% or 4.6 million jobs over the next ten years, according to the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
Therapy Professions in High Demand
Occupational Therapy (OT) takes the top spot among therapy careers and is projected to grow by 33% or 36,400 jobs through to 2020. The median salary for OTs is $75,400 per year. Permanent and travel occupational therapist jobs are available nationwide in rehabilitation centers, hospitals, nursing homes, and home health service providers.
Demand for physical therapists (PT) continue to rise and is projected to grow by 39% or 77,400 jobs to 2020. With more patients entering the system through the Affordable Care act and an aging boomer demographic, physical therapists will continue to be in high demand. The median salary for PTs is $79,860 per annum. Permanent, travel, and temporary physical therapy jobs are available in rehabilitation centers, hospitals, and nursing homes nationwide.
Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) continues to experience strong demand in the U.S. job market with a projected growth rate of 23% or the addition of 28,800 jobs through 2020. Median salaries for a SLP is $69,870 and positions are available nationwide in schools and hospital systems.
Therapy jobs in Florida and Texas in High Demand
Currently, there is high demand for speech language, physical and occupational therapy jobs in Florida and Texas. Travel therapy jobs are ideal for therapists who have a desire to work at top rehab facilities nationwide and who have the ability to embrace change and adapt quickly. Permanent and temporary positions are currently available with above-average wages and exceptional benefits.
Travel Force Staffing specializes in nationwide career opportunities for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, PTAs, Speech Language Pathologists and other allied professionals. Contact us now online or at 1-800-617-0608 and find out how you can put your rehabilitation skills to good use anywhere in the nation with higher than average wages and a generous employee benefits package including free private housing.
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Specialist certification is the formal recognition of clinical excellence for physical therapists. Building on a broad base of education and practice, in order to develop a greater depth of skill, allows the therapist to help not just a broader base of clients, but a more specific population of patients.
Travel Force Staffing is committed to understanding the tremendous commitment to lifelong learning that these therapists have taken; we honor that dedication by placing them in top therapy jobs in all 50 U.S. States, in hospitals let them work extensively in their specialties, listed here:
- Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
- Clinical Electrophysiology
- Women’s Health
Travel Force Works Closely with Every Therapist, Finding an Ideal Employment Match
At our staffing firm, consultants work round the clock, helping therapists land the ideal allied healthcare job. It should be noted that the physical therapy job market is particularly strong in the following U.S. States:
- Arizona PT jobs: There’s so much to do in this gorgeous state that everyone wants to live there—including a large demographic of seniors that require a physical therapist’s recession proof skills.
- California PT jobs: This is in the top five highest paying states for therapy jobs (average PT salary: $95K)
- Washington PT jobs: The Evergreen State is helping lead the way in ensuring the Vision 2020 goals set by the APTA.
- Virginia PT jobs: The annual salary in the Lover’s State is very competitive with the national average and may soon rise above it.
- Texas PT jobs: The Lone Star State’s physical therapy association has been enjoying record turn outs at their annual conference. Therapy jobs are hot here!
- Illinois PT jobs: The average salary here of $90K is 5% above the national average for therapists.
- Kansas PT jobs: The lower cost of living in Kansas makes the high earnings of therapists here even more of an incentive to apply.
Seek Excellence and Apply at Travel Force Today
Physical therapists are known for challenging themselves in order to maximize their potential on the allied healthcare career path—that’s why so many get certified in one of the 8 specialties acknowledged by the ABPTS—read more about the certification process by visiting their website that also gives certification testing dates and deadlines in 2014. Call or apply online today to get the career resources you need to rise to the top in your PT career, and all other branches of allied healthcare! Apply online or call 1-800-617-0608 today to work toward a universal goal among therapists of creating direct access to PTs for all concerns related to movement, function and health.
**Salary figures in this blog are cited in: salarybystate.org
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