Opening a new physical therapy practice is a great way to supercharge your career; it sends you down a path where you can learn more skills, influence the lives of more patients, and increase your personal wealth. But opening a new clinic is no easy task—especially when it comes to saving up the capital necessary to, at bare minimum, get the clinic up and running.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been bad news for physician referral marketing and networking—and now, many PTs, OTs, and SLPs are wondering how the heck they’re supposed to build those relationships when they can’t simply drop in on their favorite referring providers. But here’s some good news: networking with physicians isn’t much different now than it was before the pandemic hit
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We have a long way to go before the world gets back to normal (or some semblance of normal), but we’ve made good progress. According to this report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment fell to roughly 8.4% in August.
By now, you’ve probably heard about the latest trend in physical therapy practice models: concierge-based clinics. For many practice owners—or future practice owners—the idea of spending as much time as you need with each patient and offering a
For many physical therapy new grads, the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) is the last hurdle standing between them and a long, fulfilling career as a licensed physical therapist. And it’s a relatively tall hurdle—one that typically requires months of dedicated preparation to clear. On that note, how you prepare can make all the difference. Here are my suggestions:
2020 has heralded wave upon wave of change for rehab therapy practice owners, but one thing remains a constant: the need to keep existing patients actively engaged and bring new patients through the door. Whether you’re in the early stages of reopening your clinic or looking to ramp up business, putting together a marketing plan that’ll get you to the next step is absolutely essential.
Treating patients and helping them heal can be tremendously rewarding, but providing hands-on therapy—as a generalist PT, at least—might not float everyone’s boat. I mean, consider my job. I’m a professional writer (and I kind of like it), but the idea of churning out listicles and research articles probably sounds nauseating to a lot of people.
At this point, most of us have witnessed someone refusing to comply with a mask requirement—whether that’s in a video, a social media post, or good ol’ real life. Unfortunately, it’s become a controversial issue, but the numbers indicate that widespread—and proper
Back in March, the future seemed hazy—to put it mildly. COVID-19 cases were spreading throughout the US, many states went on economic lockdown, and a huge number of small businesses suddenly found themselves without enough revenue to stay open—let alone pay their employees.
It appears 2020 has a few more tricks up its sleeve for physical therapists and occupational therapists. According to an announcement from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the agency has decided to reinstate changes to National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) edit pairs that are frequently used by rehab therapists.