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What Your Colleagues Are Saying
Providing your former, current, and potential patients with good information—known as content marketing—is one of the best ways to keep your clinic fresh in their minds. This obviously goes for both traditional PT clinics and Cash Pay practices. There are a number of...
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,...