Traveling Physical Therapists & Mentors
Interested in Traveling Therapy?

Explore the benefits and the myths of travel therapy. Gain knowledge before you get started.

How to Get Started

New grads or seasoned therapists, begin your journey here, and learn what to do first.

Get Mentorship

Learn from those who have traveled before you. Get to know us, and let us help you.


Make travel your therapy.

Want to be a Traveling Physical Therapist?

This guide is for you! Join our Tribe of 1,026 other aspiring travel therapists, learn the ins and outs of travel therapy before you go, and get this free guide.

What New Grads are Saying About Us…

  • As a result of speaking with Jess & Gabe before and during my interview process, [...] I was able to secure a great contract and negotiate better pay than I would have ever guessed for my first contract.
    Martin, PT, DPT, CSCS
    New Grad Traveling Physical Therapist
  • "Jess and Gabe have served as invaluable mentors to me throughout my travel therapy experience[...] There is no one out there as qualified as this duo is to provide mentorship to those looking to start a travel therapy career."
    Monica H, PT, DPT
    New Grad Traveling Physical Therapist
  • "Jess has been hands down the most valuable resource throughout the process of finding the right travel job as a new grad."
    Abby F, OTR
    New Grad Occupational Therapist
  • "They could write a voluminous book on Travel P.T. [...] If you want selfless and sound advice on Travel PT, these are the people to talk to."
    Stephen A, PT, DPT
    Physical Therapist
  • "Gabe and Jess have been an amazing asset to my boyfriend and me. They have taught us the in and outs of travel and how to manage travel as a new grad as well as being part of a travel team."
    Amanda B, PT, DPT
    Traveling Physical Therapist
  • "Jessica has been there to reinforce my thoughts and coach me through negotiations and difficult conversations."
    Cassandra S, PT, DPT
    Traveling Physical Therapist

Share our passion
of travel therapy.

Mentor others
new to travel therapy.

Educate new grads
about travel careers.

Grow as clinicians
and as professionals.

Embrace change
and welcome the unknown.

Strive for balance
between work and play.