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What Your Colleagues Are Saying
If you haven’t already used it, there is a fantastic Linked In group for Private PT Practice Owners that has a ton of great information and interaction. It was started by Nitin Chhoda PT, who many of you may have already heard of and learned from. If you haven’t, I...
When my private-pay PT practice in Austin was just a couple weeks old, the few patients I was seeing each week were not enough to pay the bills. I did not take a loan nor did I have much savings to cover a long-term lack of profitability. I had to act fast to fill my...
I recently attended the Northeast Seminars con ed course taught by Brian Mulligan and Kevin Wilk themselves. It was awesome. I definitely plan to take more Mulligan courses because the techniques make such immediate substantial changes for patients. I’ve stated...