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What Your Colleagues Are Saying
A courageous PT who just opened a his own Fee-for-Service Physical Therapy Practice recently asked me: “What source of marketing do you find brings in the most local new clients for you other than word of mouth (ie adwords, facebook, local news, etc.)?” I’d like to...
One of the most common, and important, questions I am asked is some variation of: “Can I accept out-of-pocket payments from a Medicare patient?” The very short answer to this is: “it depends.” Working with Medicare patients on a Private-pay Basis Some Physical...
This week’s article is a guest post by Allison Gamble of www.psychologydegree.net. --- The field of Physical Therapy is overflowing with big-hearted, educated individuals who live to help their patients. There were over 185,000 Physical Therapy jobs as of a 2008...