Topic Experts


Share your knowledge: become
a Therapydia Topic Expert

Bring what you know and love to an active audience online. We are looking for experts to write blog posts and participate in video and written Q&A. We expose creators’ content on Therapydia to help build their online presence, increase their reach and educate the Physical Therapy community.

Become an

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Be a Thought Leader

As a Topic Expert, you will be seen as one of the foremost authorities in your specialization and a go-to individual for your expertise.

Build Your Brand

Your content (and you!) will be regularly featured in prominent areas of the site, in our newsletters and on our social media platforms.

Who are Therapydia’s Topic Experts?

Topic Experts are professional experts who are leaders in their specialty or a particular aspect of practice. View our list of Topics. Are you an influencer on a Topic not listed? Let us know!

Who can apply to be a Topic Expert?

Anyone who is passionate and knowledge about the Physical Therapy profession can apply to be a Topic Expert. An Expert could be an existing content creator for their own website or another publication, or an independent author without a website who submits original content through Therapydia’s platform for broad distribution to the Therapydia community.

How will I contribute?

We know how busy PTs are! As such, we are only looking for a small amount of engagement with the following projects:

  • 1
    At least one original blog entry a month about your Topic. If you do not blog already, Therapydia will provide an easy to use platform for you to post to, which can also be published to your personal or clinic website.
  • 2
    Participate in a few episodes of PT TV, a live video Q&A between a panel of PTs, per year.
  • 3
    Provide answers to patients questions in Ask a PT. Topic Experts are alerted first when questions are asked in their topic to help provide the best information possible.

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