What Should I Pay Myself?

By Stephen Rapposelli, PT

If you are like me, you have agonized over the right answer to this age-old question. What should the “big dog” pay him or herself?

Editor’s Note

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By Stacy M. Menz, PT, DPT

Do any of you ever feel how I do with regards to marketing? Like you are throwing a little of this out and a little of that out and hoping it works?

Slate of Candidates for 2020 Elections

The Private Practice Section introduces the 2020 slate of candidates for your consideration. After a careful review, we believe the individuals slated possess the background, talent, and character needed to achieve the goals established in the strategic plan and to carry out the mission of the Section. Absentee voting online opened September 28. The candidates will be formally presented to the membership during the PPS Member Business Meeting, October 28, 2020, and voting will conclude October 30, at 3:00 pm EDT. We urge all members to participate in this election.

No Marketing Budget? No Problem!

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By Kim Stamp

Many private practice clinics do not have the finances to spend on a marketing campaign. The good news is, there are ways to increase your marketing presence without spending much money at all!

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