ROI on Leadership Retreats

Successes and failures of a valuable offering

By Sandy Norby, PT, DPT

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success —Henry Ford

Black and White: A Student Perspective on Ownership

The costs and benefits of opening a private practice

By Tracey Pugliese, SPT

As the finish line is at last in sight after the marathon that is physical therapy school, the more often I get asked the seemingly simple question “What’s next?”, I feel it is an easy out to say I am unsure or exploring my options, but that is the truth.

Green Means Go: The New Future of Physical Therapy

Social media is the future of advertisement, education, and advocacy for private practice ownership

By Dan Ginader, PT, DPT

In December of 2019, I was convinced that I had uncovered the future of physical therapy. I had just been recruited by a company called Tx:Team to run and treat in a brand new physical therapy office located within the State Government Center of Indiana.

How to Identify Business Scams

Cautionary tales to avoid disrupting your practice

By Stephen Rapposelli, PT

In the early 2010s, I was trying to print out a home exercise program from my desktop, to my company’s printer. It wasn’t working.

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