By Stephen Rapposelli, PT
If you are a physical therapist, you may very well possess certain traits woven into your very soul that make you lousy
at conflict resolution. I would be willing to bet that you hate conflict, you want everyone to get along, you make
everyone feel better in most instances, and you love it when everyone gets along. Are you raising your hand right now?
By Steve Stalzer, PT, MBA
What is your retirement vision? Do you see yourself sailing around the world playing golf or volunteering for medical
missions in underserved countries? Regardless of your goals, age, and current net worth, planning now will help you
realize the future you envision. This article will outline guiding suggestions to consider when preparing to sell a
practice and retire.
Steps to maintain productivity
By Karen Litzy, PT, DPT
As business owners, we are all too often pulled in many directions. Whether you are an owner of a traditional
physical therapy clinic, a solopreneur, or working in a nonclinical role, you are often tasked with being the CEO,
chief marketing officer, social media manager, chief financial officer, and much more.
By Stacy Menz, PT, DPT
“The IRS left a note on our door.”
Tips to help navigate through a crisis
By Phil Cadman, PT, DPT
Crises come up for every leader of a physical therapy clinic at one time or another. They come in different shapes and forms. If you’re managing an outpatient physical therapy clinic, you will likely be in charge during a crisis at some point during your career, whether it be an equipment breakdown, a natural disaster, or the loss of a key employee through resignation or retirement.