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What Your Colleagues Are Saying
Congress Cuts Rehab, Special Education Services in 2-Week Continuing Resolution A little something new from the APTA ... I get the feeling this kind of news will be more and more common in the future: "In passing a 2-week "stop gap" continuing resolution this week to...
Since my last post, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how things differ between traditional PT practices and Cash practices, how I run my practice, and quite a lot of interest in how I market my services. So I’ll start this post with a brief overview of the...
A few months ago, I wouldn’t have thought I’d be writing a series of blog posts and a guidebook on Cash-Based PT practices. It’s interesting how one thing can lead to another ... I had written 'The PT Project' to enquire if they or any of their readers knew how the...