Stress is a normal part of life, and a natural response to external pressures.
According to the American Institute of Stress, 46% of individuals say that their top source of stress is their job or work load.
By Alexandria Zitnik
Lead Generation with Fit Factor: Using PPS's Fitness Survey Platform to Engage with Potential Patients
Getting in front of new people – potential patients who have little or no prior knowledge about your clinic – is one of the great challenges of marketing physical therapy and can cause a great deal of stress.
By Peter Decoteau
COVID-19 and Compliance: Resources Hiding in Plain Sight
Compliance challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have likely sent therapy practices scrambling for information, only to find information — and misinformation — often a moving and changing target.
By Nancy J. Beckley, MS, MBA
Administrative Burden and Burnout in the COVID-19 Era
Like many of us, I’ve been speaking on more webinars lately, and one of the points I try to make as often as possible is that practice-level chaos is rampant.
By Robert Hall, JD, MPAFF
Three Strategies for Stress Success
This article was written during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which means managing stress was at a peak.
By Kim Stamp
Peer Education: Resources Help PPS Members Learn from Each Other
COVID-19 offered numerous challenges for business owners around the world. PPS responded to this challenge by offering a plethora of resources to its members, one of which was a three-part webinar series presented by practice owners of varying sizes in early April, May, and June.
3 Free and Easy Resources to Make Meditation Fit Your Life
Meditation has become a more mainstream and less “woo-woo” part of optimizing health and wellness.
By Enike Kadar, PT, DPT
Answers to August's Question
What is your favorite way to decompress?