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    The Business Recovery Curve Strategy For PTs

    When Crisis Hits, How Do You Recover As Quickly As Possible? Updated April 28th, 2020:  Practices around the country...

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    Reach Your Practice Goals With Certainty   How many new patients do you need to add per month, to hit...

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  • What Every PT Owner Needs to Know

    You went to school to be a great PT! But now, as a practice owner there are many things that demand your attention other than patients. It is now as vital for you to continue learning about business and marketing, as it is to know new therapy techniques – your practice and your staff depend on you.

    But you aren’t alone! Here you’ll find a variety of tools and advice for physical therapy owners inspired by PTs who have been in your shoes. In addition, remember that:

    • Great managers delegate – utilize your talented staff and trusted vendors or agencies to bolster your weak areas.

    • PT owners should treat less than they used to. This one can be difficult, but you’ll never be free from your business if you don’t leave time to run it. Your practice should not be a burden!


    Keep reading for more business planning tips!

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    Why Online Bill Pay Is Key For Physical Therapy Websites

    Ever have difficulty collecting payment from a patient? Let’s face it, a clean, fresh website, enabled with Online Bill...

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    The Difference Between Investments & Expenses in a PT Clinic

    “Can I afford this expense?” Every practice owner will likely ask themselves this question at some point. No business...

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    How a “Star” PT Owner Can Hand Off Patients Without Being Impersonal

    Has this happened to you? When a PT starts their own practice their personal passion, level of expertise and...

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    How to Improve PT Patient Compliance

    PT owners recognize that patient compliance & retention is critical to the success of both the patient’s recovery and...

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  • physical therapy hiring tips

    Top Physical Therapy Hiring Tips for 2018

    Every PT practice owner will tell you that their team means everything to them. They are the heartbeat of...

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    How to Help Physical Therapy Patients Maximize Their Insurance Coverage

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  • What Every PT Owner Needs to Know

    You went to school to be a great PT! But now, as a practice owner there are many things that demand your attention other than patients. It is now as vital for you to continue learning about business and marketing, as it is to know new therapy techniques – your practice and your staff depend on you.

    But you aren’t alone! Here you’ll find a variety of tools and advice for physical therapy owners inspired by PTs who have been in your shoes. In addition, remember that:

    • Great managers delegate – utilize your talented staff and trusted vendors or agencies to bolster your weak areas.

    • PT owners should treat less than they used to. This one can be difficult, but you’ll never be free from your business if you don’t leave time to run it. Your practice should not be a burden!


    Keep reading for more business planning tips!

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