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There was a slight delay of my email marketing interview with Nitin Chhoda PT, DPT, so I’m going to finish the 3-part series on my learning highlights at the 2012 PPS annual conference and publish that interview in the next couple weeks. One of the sessions I attended...
For part 2 on my highlights of the 2012 PPS annual conference, I’ll cover how I found a potential answer to one of the most common objections I hear about Cash-Based Physical Therapy: “My practice is in a rural/poor area … people here wouldn’t be able or willing to...
I could probably write a small book about all the things I learned at the Private Practice Section 2012 annual conference, so I’ll at least have to do a three-part series on my highlights. Performance-Based Pay for PT Mike Danford PT, OCS, MTC presented on...