Practice Makes Perfect

How to bring about disruption by mastering the basics.

By Subha Nagasubramanian, PT, DPT, MS

A few years ago I went through a fellowship program and one, often repeated phrase stuck with me: “Experts do the basics extraordinarily well.” When I viewed running a practice through the same lens, it completely changed my perspective. Just as a complicated dance routine or an athletic performance is a conglomeration of simple pieces practiced to perfection and layered together to achieve something incredible, so is running a practice. I realized what is needed to excel: get back to the basics, master them, and then put it all together.

Open for Business

How much does it cost to open a physical therapy private practice?

By Olajide Kolawole, PT

The short answer to this question is it depends. You need to ask yourself a series of questions as part of your planning.

Energize Your Workplace Injury Prevention Programs

Tap into employee experience

By Kristen Cederlind, OTR/L, and Barb Herke-Smith, PT*

“Employee experience” is emerging as an important term in the Human Resources (HR) handbook, with the primary focus on creating environments that make people genuinely want to come to work.

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