Category: Research

October 23, 2018 Frederic Billou No comments exist

By Joseph Reinke, CFA CEO of FitBUX I spoke at TravCon last month, an annual conference for healthcare travelers and met a great, enthusiastic community of people who really love what they do. If you are a healthcare traveler or are considering this path, I highly recommend attending next year. Anyhow, one of the topics…

August 18, 2018 Joseph Reinke No comments exist

By Joseph Reinke, CFA CEO of FitBUX We all want to repay our student loans faster or save for the down payment on our dream house. While these are great aspirations, one has to look at the entire picture to make the optimal decision(s). For instance, students and new grads sometimes only look for jobs…

August 14, 2018 admin 1 comment

We recently posted our data regarding physical therapist salaries and we received numerous request to release data on physical therapist salary by state.  We have included that information below. Physical therapist salary by state for new grads tend to vary significantly within each state. In addition to the average physical therapist salary by state, we’ve included…

October 4, 2017 admin No comments exist

By Joseph Reinke, CFA, CEO of FitBUX When FitBUX discusses physical therapy student loan repayment with SPTs, we are consistently asked, “What is the best way to reduce the amount of student loans while in school?”  Being finance minded, the first response we often come up with is…work during school.  The follow up question from…

May 25, 2017 admin No comments exist

We often times get asked by current and perspective SPTs if it is possible to work during school.  We figured the best way to answer that question is to do a survey and ask.  Our goal is to get more than 5,000 responses so please share this with your friends.  We plan on publishing the…

December 8, 2015 admin No comments exist

The following article was published by Brooke Andrus on WebPT.  The original can be viewed by clicking here. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to provide higher-quality care at a lower cost. With the healthcare industry’s fast-moving transition to value-based—rather than service-based—payment systems, that’s the challenge many providers are facing. And while…

November 14, 2015 admin No comments exist

This article was originally posted by Mike Reinold and can be viewed by clicking here. Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit, or GIRD, continues to be one of the most polarizing topics in baseball sports medicine.  It has become so popular that even athletes and the general public know about GIRD, often exhibiting fear and anxiety with…

November 14, 2015 admin No comments exist

The following article was published by Mike Reinold.  To view the original post please click here. Low back pain continues to be one of the most common health complaints that limit people, especially as we age.  Rehabilitation of low back pain has transition from simply focusing on reducing the local pain to emphasizing a biomechanical approach…

November 14, 2015 admin No comments exist

This post was originally posted on October 31, 2015 by BIM. Please visit BIM to read the original post by clicking here. About 25 years ago the ideas around evidence-based practice consolidated and quickly became the paradigm under which healthcare professionals were expected to work. While the change in practice model had its teething-problems and…