Connecting with bloggers from the occupational therapy world and related industries can be a great way to breathe new life into your own OT practice. Once you find the best OT blogs for you, I recommend signing up for their mailing lists.
Use our MedBridge student membership discount and OT, PT, SLP, RN, and AT students will pay only $100 per year! The individual promo code is “OTPotentialStudent.” There’s also a group discount on the MedBridge Enterprise solution available to programs when the entire classroom/program signs up!
Do you have an occupational therapy business idea or desire to start your own occupational therapy practice someday? If so, that is awesome! Thank you! Every thriving profession needs entrepreneurs to drive innovation.
The principles I have learned as an occupational therapist not only guide my OT treatments, they have transformed my own health this past year. Here are my 11 guiding OT principles.
A great occupational therapy website is a tremendous asset to your practice. But, making and maintaining a website can be intimidating. That’s why the Best OT Website Contest exists.
My goal is to collect examples of excellent OT websites from around the globe to inspire your own OT website building process.
The MedBridge promo code “OTPotential” gives you the best available individual discount. OT/OTAs, PT/PTAs, AT/ATCs, and RNs pay $200 (that’s 46% off!). SLPs pay $95. The code is valid on the education and premium plan. Information about a group discount through the enterprise plan is also included in this post!
Find out which online occupational therapy CEU courses your OT peers have been viewing this year! This post compiles the top OT courses from MedBridge, occupationaltherapy.com, and Summit!
If you are considering the MedBridge Enterprise Solution for your clinic/practice/department, here is a therapist-written review of all the features to help you decide is it is right for you!
At some point in their careers, many OTs contemplate trying out traveling occupational therapy. Not only does it provide tons of experience and exposure to multiple settings, the pay can be very helpful in paying off loans. As with any type of practice, there are pros and cons to being a travel OT.
Occupational therapy professionals can pursue careers in pelvic health––and the best part is we’re ideally equipped to do so! After all, what good is a healthy pelvic floor if not to serve you (even if “serve” means “avoid leaking urine”) during your daily activities?