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Movin’ on Up: 5 Tips for Growing Your Physical Therapy Career

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.

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How to Get the Most Out of a Virtual Rehab Therapy Conference

One of my favorite parts of my job is getting the chance to go to conferences. I love traveling and visiting new cities, meeting new people, and gaining actionable advice to apply in my job role. With the pandemic, I thought that attending conferences was out of the question. Clearly, I underestimated the ingenuity of event teams across the country, because a huge number of conferences have gone digital. 

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How to Be a PT and Work Remotely

Plenty of physical therapists have fantasized about working from home—especially after an especially hectic day with back-to-back patients. But, now that the coronavirus has rendered many in-person physical therapy models inappropriate (at least for now), quite a few PTs are taking the idea of remote work much more seriously.

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4 Ways Referral Marketing is Like Dating

If you’re a PT, OT, or SLP in private practice, then there may be some love lost when it comes to referral marketing. After all, building and maintaining referral relationships with other providers can be time-consuming and—depending on your comfort level with referral marketing tools—less profitable than you might hope.

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10 Ways to Build Camaraderie With Your PT Coworkers

If you ever look at negative company reviews on Glassdoor, you’ll see a recurring theme: “Management was awful, but my coworkers were great.” Coworkers can make or break your experience at a company, but even if you don’t immediately click with your team, there are plenty of ways to build camaraderie intentionally.

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The PT’s Guide to Increasing Physician Referrals

With some form of direct access now available in all 50 states, the physical therapy industry has come a long way in the quest to be able to reach patients first. As a result, PTs are now better able to own their role as primary care coordinators for patients with musculoskeletal conditions—and patients are benefiting from more conservative first-line interventions.

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6 Tips for Marketing Your Brand-New PT Clinic

Congratulations—you’ve finally fulfilled your dream and opened your very own brand-new PT clinic! The walls have a fresh coat of paint, you have a first-class documentation and billing software in place, and your gym equipment is ready to get broken in. Now, all you need are patients to fill up the space.

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FAQ: Make Google Do It: How to Use the Internet to Win More Patients

Earlier this week, Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, and Scott Hebert, PT, DPT, hosted a webinar that dove into the depths of digital marketing in the age of the almighty Internet. Though they covered a lot of ground, they weren’t able to address all the questions that filtered in during the hour-long presentation. So, we took it upon ourselves to compile (and answer!) the most commonly-asked questions of the bunch! Don’t see the answer to your question? Drop a comment at the bottom of the post, and we’ll do our best to give you a gold star-worthy answer.

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