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Stepping Back to Lead

Time to step back from patient care and step up to practice management.

By Chris Wilson, PT, DPT



Stunning, Amazing, Humbling

By Sandra Norby, PT, DPT

Recently, I finished my 9th consecutive Surf City Half Marathon...
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Perspectives on Staffing

By Stacy M. Menz, PT, DPT, PCS

One of the things I find most interesting in my role as the editor for Impact magazine...
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Advocacy in Action

2017 Recap
A year in review.
By Alpha Lillstrom Cheng, JD, MA

Administrator's Edge

Finding and Keeping Great Employees
Understanding the basic principles of human resource management.
By Kim Stamp, PPS Certified Administrator

Book Review

Finding the Sweet Spot
A review of “Conversational Capacity: The Secret to Building Successful Teams That Perform When the Pressure Is On”
By Craig Weber | Reviewed by Carol Slack


TRICARE Changes and 2018 Medicare Payment Updates
On December 12, 2017, President Trump signed HR 2810, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2018, into law.
By Rick Gawenda*


Seven Ways to Recruit and Retain a Rock Star Team
The most obvious marketing goal of your physical therapy practice is to bring in new patients.
By Michelle Collie, PT, DPT, MS


Building a High-Performing Team
Know who you are to know where you are going.
By Grady Callaway, PT, DPT

PPS On The Move

Member Spotlight - Laura A. Schindler, PT, DPT
Laura A. Schindler, PT, DPT, is the founder and owner of Advanced Physical Therapy Solutions in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Why They Buy - It’s Not About You: Why You Should Never “Sell Yourself” as a Physical Therapist
The idea that you “have to sell yourself” to patients if you want their custom at your clinic isn’t true.
By Paul Gough, BSC (HONS), MCSP, SRP, HPC*

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