The Roaring 2020s: 7 Rehab Therapy Predictions for the Next Decade

We’ve entered a whole new world—well, at least a whole new decade, and hopefully an entirely new era for our industry.

We will consult their decades’ worth of experience in rehab therapy and technology to regale you with predictions for the roaring 2020s.

Heidi Jannenga

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February 6, 2020
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During this webinar, our hosts will consult their crystal balls—nay, their decades’ worth of experience in rehab therapy and technology—to regale you with their predictions for the roaring 2020s. That way, you, too, will know what the future holds (and can strategize accordingly).

Join Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, WebPT Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer; Dr. Dianne Jewell, PT, DPT, PhD, WebPT Director of Clinical Practice, Outcomes, and Education; Dr. Scott Hebert, DPT, WebPT Director of Product Management; and Charlotte Bohnet, WebPT Director of Demand Generation, for a live webinar at 9:00 AM PST (12:00 PM EST) on Thursday, February 6, 2020.

Want a taste of what’s to come? Our oracles will cover everything from provider burnout and payment reductions to revenue diversification and legislative trends—as well as how to capitalize on these trends. Trust us—you won’t want to miss it.

During this webinar, our hosts will:

  • Provide an inside look into emerging and developing rehab therapy trends
  • Give providers and clinic owners actionable ways to capitalize on those trends
  • Allow attendees ample time for live Q&A with our panel of rehab therapy experts

Got more questions? Check out the FAQ we compiled from the questions we received during the live event.

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