How to Get the Best M&A Deal for Your Company—Before the Window Closes

Learn about the rehab therapy market's merger and acquisition trends—and how to score a smokin' hot deal—with this free webinar.

Learn about the rehab therapy market's 2021 merger and acquisition trends from WebPT and M&A expert, Paul Martin.

Paul Martin

min watch

June 25, 2021
WebPT video on the webinar
Webinar Presenters
Share this post:


Get the latest news and tips directly in your inbox by subscribing to our monthly newsletter

The season of sun is drawing to a close, and so’s your window to attend our summer Ascend webinar series! We’ve already revealed the state of the industry and delved into the nitty-gritty compliance standards that rule the billing world. Now, it’s time to talk shop about mergers and acquisitions. 

Thinking about selling your practice? Join us Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 9:00 AM PDT to get an inside look at current market conditions and learn how to score the most attractive deal for your rehab therapy business. Merger and acquisition expert Paul Martin, MPT, CBI, M&AMI, Founder and President of Martin Healthcare Advisors, LLC, will team up with our very own Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, WebPT Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer, to discuss: 

  • M&A trends and projections, 
  • Strategies for keeping a pulse on the ever-changing M&A market, 
  • How to “time” your sale for maximum benefit, and
  • The elements of a lucrative M&A deal. 

And if you’re looking to enter the M&A scene, we’ve got a giveaway you’ll love! Join us live for a chance to win one of two Outside-In Assessment packages from Martin Healthcare Advisors—valued at $2,500!

Can’t make the live session? Register anyway to receive the recording and handout.

Get the Slides


KLAS award logo for 2024 Best-in-KLAS Outpatient Therapy/Rehab
Best in KLAS  2024
G2 rating official logo
Leader Spring 2024
Capterra logo
Most Loved Workplace 2023
TrustRadius logo
Most Loved 2024
Join the PXM revolution!

Learn how WebPT’s PXM platform can catapult your practice to new heights.

Get Started
two patients holding a physical therapist on their shoulders