• How to Market Yourself as a Top PT Job Candidate Image

    articleMay 21, 2019 | 14 min. read

    How to Market Yourself as a Top PT Job Candidate

    Spring is here, which means hundreds of  #FreshPTs  are descending on the job market in pursuit of  the perfect job . It’s an exciting time for employers looking to expand their teams—but when you’re a new grad vying for that perfect job, especially without much experience, the competition can feel intimidating. Even if you’ve been out of school for years, certain jobs simply attract scores of applicants, which can shake the confidence of even the most experienced …

  • The Profitable PT: 5 Simple Strategies for Private Practice Success Image

    downloadApr 25, 2019

    The Profitable PT: 5 Simple Strategies for Private Practice Success

    So, you’ve opened your very own private practice—congratulations! Opening a PT practice is no easy feat, and you’ve dedicated long days and sleepless nights to getting your fledgling business off the ground. But the work doesn’t stop once you have a steady stream of patients—and if you want to see your practice not only grow, but also thrive, then it’s time to tend to the roots of your most crucial business processes. We gathered firsthand business advice …

  • 5 Tips for Landing Your Dream PT Job Image

    articleDec 7, 2018 | 9 min. read

    5 Tips for Landing Your Dream PT Job

    Whether you’re a new grad or a seasoned physical therapist, job searching can be downright stressful. There’s a ton of pressure to find the perfect role—one where you’ll enjoy that elusive combination of fulfilling work, a healthy work-life balance, and fair pay coupled with growth potential. But, there are ways to strategically navigate your way through the thousands of available jobs in physical therapy—and increase your chances of successfully landing your dream PT job. Here are some …

  • Are You Paying Your Rehab Therapy Clinic Staff Enough? Image

    articleAug 30, 2018 | 4 min. read

    Are You Paying Your Rehab Therapy Clinic Staff Enough?

    Every good boss wants to ensure that he or she is paying his or her employees enough—in most cases, more than enough—to cover the cost of living and prevent financial worry from getting in the way of job satisfaction. But with many rehab therapy students graduating with massive debt —and fee schedules on the decline—it can be difficult for a rehab therapy practice to properly pay staff and keep enough money in the practice to remain in …

  • The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report Image

    downloadAug 24, 2018

    The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report

    While all the information we obtained in our 2018 annual industry survey was incredibly useful, the information regarding salary has been—as you might imagine—highly sought-after. After all, who doesn’t want to ensure they’re maximizing their earning potential? Thus, we decided to take all the data we collected about individual provider earnings and compile it into this stand-alone rehab therapy salary report. Enter your email below, and we’ll send you The 2018 Rehab Therapy Salary Report today, so …

  • 3 Smart Ways to Use Data Reports in Your PT Practice  Image

    articleAug 8, 2018 | 8 min. read

    3 Smart Ways to Use Data Reports in Your PT Practice

    Recently, we published a blog post detailing all of the reports now available in WebPT to help Members access even greater business intelligence—which in turn helps them make important operational decisions. Today, we thought we’d cover three super-relevant business questions you can answer based on information garnered from these reports (adapted from a wonderful resource created by WebPT Product Marketing Manager Bradley LaFave and Education Team Lead Moriah Ujano). So, without further ado, here we go: 1. …

  • Everything I Wish I’d Known Before Opening My PT Practice Image

    articleJul 30, 2018 | 18 min. read

    Everything I Wish I’d Known Before Opening My PT Practice

    A little more than three years ago, Kaci Monroe realized her dream of opening her own physical therapy private practice (to learn more about Kaci’s entrepreneurial journey, check out this blog post ). Since then, she’s grown her small, Bigfork, Montana-based clinic into a very successful—and very busy—operation. So busy, in fact, that she decided to open a second location this past year. Oh, and she also remodeled a house, had a baby, and sped her way …

  • Employee Engagement: Your Most Important Business Initiative Image

    articleJul 5, 2018 | 5 min. read

    Employee Engagement: Your Most Important Business Initiative

    What single business initiative can make your employees want to work harder for you, while inspiring them to be happier than ever with their jobs? Hint: The answer is not more money . The answer is increasing employee engagement . This is possibly the single most important part of an owner or manager’s duties. To tackle this job, we must start with creating unparalleled company culture . Wikipedia defines company culture as “the character of the organization; …

  • Up and Leave: What to Do When a Therapist Quits Image

    articleJun 26, 2018 | 5 min. read

    Up and Leave: What to Do When a Therapist Quits

    Breakups are never easy. Even if it’s an amicable split, it’s hard not to look back on your time together and wonder what could’ve been. But here’s the good news: if you approach a breakup from a place of maturity and wisdom, you can learn some valuable lessons and apply them to your next relationship. Of course, the relationship I’m referring to in this post is the one between a rehab therapy practice manager and his or …

  • The Tech Effect: 3 Ways Your PT Support Staff are Ruining the Patient Experience Image

    articleJun 21, 2018 | 4 min. read

    The Tech Effect: 3 Ways Your PT Support Staff are Ruining the Patient Experience

    Many practices employ physical therapy techs to help progress patients through their in-clinic exercises when a therapist has multiple patients in the office at the same time. While techs can help enable therapists to manage larger patient loads —thereby improving patient access to care and increasing revenue for the business—there may be a cost associated with this common business practice. And that’s especially true if your techs aren’t practicing at the top of their game. In fact, …

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