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FAQ: Rehab Therapy Marketing for Every Budget

Attracting patients to your rehab therapy clinic can be challenging—even on a good day. During a pandemic, it can seem downright impossible—especially if you’re operating on a tight budget (and these days, who isn’t?). But despite all of the challenges 2020 has brought our way, the fact is, there are still patients out there who need rehab therapy services.

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FAQ: PT After Crisis: Recovering, Reopening, and Refocusing on the Future

The COVID-19 pandemic hit the PT industry like a wrecking ball—and now clinics across the nation are beginning to pick up the pieces and learn how to treat patients in this new, virus-laden world. To help PTs navigate this new healthcare landscape, Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, WebPT Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer, and Nancy Ham, WebPT CEO hosted an hour-long webinar discussing the impact of the pandemic and strategies for reopening.

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The 4 Biggest Telehealth Challenges for PT Clinics

Last week, CMS announced that PTs—along with OTs and SLPs—are eligible to provide telehealth services to Medicare beneficiaries for the duration of this emergency, which is huge. Rehab therapists have been advocating hard for this move since well before the pandemic struck, and now that this change is on the books,

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Founder Letter: Making the Most of Our New Normal

It all happened in an instant—or at least it felt like an instant. One day, we were living our lives as normal—going about our work days, our family and social obligations, our routines. Then came news of the outbreak, the pandemic, the national emergency—all in such rapid-fire sequence that before we even had time to process it, we were reeling from the shock of having our lives turned upside down.

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4 Alternative Income Options for PTs

There’s no denying it: these are unprecedented times. The novel coronavirus has turned our world on its side, and we’re being forced to reckon with changes many of us never thought possible.

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4 Rehab Therapy Clinic Blogs We Love

There’s a lot to be said for a good blog. In addition to providing an excellent platform for you to showcase your expertise and deliver exceptional value to your audience, a blog is a huge asset when it comes to search rankings.

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Should PTs Provide Nutrition Services?

There’s no question that quality nutrition advice can be invaluable for patients, especially given that the Standard American Diet—aptly referred to as the SAD—is heavy on highly processed, non-nutritive food. Many people either don’t know what constitutes good nutrition, or—if do they know—they don’t have the strategies, access, or motivation to implement it into their daily lives.

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The Best Way to Manage a Patient Waitlist in Your PT Clinic

Health care is an appointment-based industry, which means you only make money when your patients show up for their appointments. Unfortunately, getting patients to do that consistently is no easy task. Missed and cancelled appointments are the bane of many a provider’s existence—at least until they discover integrated scheduling software with automated appointment reminders and waitlist management.

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Stock Your Moneymaker: How to Sell Retail Items in Your PT Clinic

Your desire to become a physical therapist likely didn’t stem from an interest in sales. More likely, you went the PT route because you wanted to help people, and those altruistic intentions can discourage some therapists from doing anything that might be perceived as “salesy.”

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