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.
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.
How listening can impact you and those you serve
By Ellen Schmitt, PT, DPT
On every clinical rotation during my time in physical therapy school I made it
a point to ask as many patients as I could one of the following questions:
Four ways to use social media to improve performance and job satisfaction
By Cooper Cadman
There are two different aspects of social media management in the workplace that I will focus on. The first is how to
manage your staff being on personal social media while they are at work or off work hours. The second, and maybe more
unique, is how to engage your staff with the use of social media.
By Eileen Rodri Carter, PT, DPT, MBA
Lisa Mackell, MPT, and a member of the Impact Editorial Board, posed some questions to Eileen Rodri Carter, PT, DPT,
MBA, owner and president of Comprehensive Rehab in North Carolina. Successful practices often have a “secret sauce” that
makes their company stand out, gives them an edge, and is the reason patients and clients choose their practice over