• 7 Lessons Learned from Opening a PT Private Practice Image

    articleJul 25, 2017 | 9 min. read

    7 Lessons Learned from Opening a PT Private Practice

    A little over a year ago, Kaci Monroe was punching the clock as a staff physical therapist in a small outpatient clinic in northwestern Montana. And while there were a lot of great things about the job—the location was incredible, the patients were awesome, and the practice was growing—Kaci couldn’t shake the feeling that she was destined for something more. “As a new graduate, getting my first job, I remember during the interview telling them someday my …

  • Managing and Motivating Underperformers in 3 Easy Steps Image

    articleJan 12, 2016 | 5 min. read

    Managing and Motivating Underperformers in 3 Easy Steps

    As a manager, you face a unique set of challenges in the workplace. You have a hectic schedule, a never-ending task list, and a constant shortage of time—and on top of all that, you have to keep track of your entire team’s workload. Plus, you’re responsible for fostering career advancement, monitoring performance, and providing meaningful feedback for your employees in both good times and bad. Ultimately, your success as manager hinges on your ability to deal with …

  • Building a Private Practice Around Direct Access Image

    articleOct 28, 2014 | 5 min. read

    Building a Private Practice Around Direct Access

    Thanks to countless hours of hard work and dedication, physical therapists now enjoy some form of direct access in every state. The battle for direct access has not been an easy one, but we’ve made a lot of headway. Today, patients have the ability to seek—at minimum—a physical therapy evaluation in every state. This opens many doors for growing your private practice—if you understand how to operate and market your business with direct access in mind. Unfortunately, …

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