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This year was the fourth time that Texas Physical Therapists had a proposed bill in the Texas legislature that would grant what we consider Direct Access. Before a bill can even be voted on by the House and Senate, it has to be given a “Hearing” within a committee...
There is a fairly common question/concern I’ve been hearing from those considering cash-pay physical therapy services or completely converting to or starting a Cash-based PT practice: “Is a Cash practice even a viable option in my city?” In other words, “If I do this,...
Here’s another short excerpt from my ever-growing cash practice guidebook on Cash-Based Physical Therapy. When I made my first post on The PT Project about a month ago, the book was 25 pages long. It’s now 50 pages long and growing thanks to the questions I’m getting...