The “Concierge” PT Model

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Going beyond a traditional care provider model to that of care coordinator

By Karen Litzy, PT, DPT

When I used the phrase “concierge physical therapy practice” to describe my practice more than 10 years ago, I envisioned being known as the go-to of a concierge at a luxury hotel.

Burnout Response for Leaders

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An exploration of how leaders can better understand, respond to, and improve factors influencing staff burnout

By Stephanie Weyrauch, DPT

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, I was pregnant, unsure if I would contract the virus, facing the possibility of being laid off, and unable to visit my family who lived across the country.

Become a Community Alliance Champion


Discover how strategic community relationships are good for business

By Alicia Backer, PTA

As a private practice community, we are, or certainly should be, cognizant of the high value that community alliances provide.

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