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Soar to New Heights

Multicolored Birds

Diversity in the workplace and its correlation with success.

By Roy Rivera Jr, PT, DPT, PhD

Being a private practice owner or working in a private practice setting comes with its own unique set of challenges.

Perspectives from the Field

Heart hands

Physical therapy humanitarian efforts.

Interview Compiled by Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

Often viewed as a giving profession, physical therapy helps its patients achieve superior levels of function, returning them to their goals and mobility aspirations.

Inclusive Marketing

Colored Pencils

A message that everyone can relate to.

By Michael Connors, PT, DPT, PhD

In attempting to connect with a diverse client population, we have to be intentional about crafting messaging in our marketing communication to reach the widest possible customer base.

Seeing Our Blind Spots

Eyeball with beams shooting from it

How to develop cultural competence in your practice.

By Bridgit Finley, PT, DPT

Cultural competence is generally defined as a combination of knowledge about certain cultural groups as well as attitudes toward and skills for dealing with racial and cultural diversity.

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