Wondering which PT specialty is right for you? Check out this post on the nine board-certified PT clinical specializations.
Earlier this week, WebPT President and Co-Founder Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DT, ATC, teamed up with WebPT Vice President of Innovation and Product Management, Russell Olsen, to discuss the ten trackable metrics that can help you turbo-boost your practice past the competition.
Finding a balance between gut instinct and data analysis is the key to optimizing your business decision-making process.
Want to incentivize your staff therapists to deliver high-quality care? Here’s how.
Thinking about starting your own population health initiatives with area employers? Here’s how to get the ball rolling.
Patients not adhering to their home exercise programs? If you’re using a second-rate HEP platform, that could be part of the problem.
From diversity issues to payment problems, here’s what’s really going on in PT—and what we must do about it.
YouTube is changing the way we consume media. Could this change affect the physical therapy industry, too?
Things aren’t always as they appear, and that’s certainly true when it comes to measuring the success of rehab therapy treatment. As any therapist knows, if you make decisions based on observational data alone, determining whether or not your treatment is making a difference can prove difficult.
I realized I wanted to be a physical therapist after experiencing—and rehabbing—a knee injury while playing collegiate basketball. But until I actually became a PT, I didn’t understand what it really meant to practice physical therapy. A physical therapist not only treats a patient’s injury; he or she treats the whole person.