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Perspectives from Across the Pond

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How the pandemic affected physical therapy in Scotland

By Steven McLean

When I graduated as an MSc physiotherapist in Scotland in 2005, I always envisioned working in private practice. However, I took the traditional (expected) path and went to work for the National Health Service (NHS), a publicly funded healthcare system in the United Kingdom that provides healthcare services to all UK residents at no cost to them at the time of delivery.

Avengers™ Assembled: Finding Your Optimal Team

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How Earth’s mightiest heroes can help build your group

By F Scott Feil, PT, DPT, EdD

Any time that I am tasked with the mission of crafting an optimal team, my leadership mind immediately goes to Marvel’s Avengers™.

Mentorship: Tools for Attaining Great Talent

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Effective approaches for this tight labor market

By Yvonne Swanson, PT, DPT, and Kayleigh Melroy PT, DPT

As business owners, we must manage multiple aspects of growing a successful practice, all of which require our attention. Of these, it is likely that one area that is top of mind these days is talent acquisition and retention, especially in this year’s market and environment. So, what can help make a good practice great at attracting talent and supporting the current fleet’s growth? There are quite a few great answers to this question. This article focuses on a key one: a great mentorship program.

Reinventing or Maintaining Yourself for Long-Term Success

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Create clarity on exactly what you want to change to reach your new goals

By Connie Cheung, DPT

Do you ever find yourself questioning who you truly are? Or find your life or your work so mundane that you want to change things up a bit? Do you daydream about a different career and life? Or perhaps you struggle with motivation to do the things you no longer want to do?

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