Trimming Practice Expenses

Being a physical therapist practice owner isn’t easy. On a daily basis, you must deal with treating patients, ensuring referrals are consistent, taking care of employees, paying the rent and dealing with cash flow just to name a few things. When the “bottom line” gets tight the first thing we think about is cutting costs, but is…

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Why Isn’t Your Practice Growing Like You Thought?

Have you noticed over the past year or two your clinic has not grown? You look around the office and the clinicians are busy but you haven’t seen that increase you had expected.  You feel it by looking at the clinic schedule and you feel it by looking at your bank account. I can confidently tell you…

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Buried Treasure In Your Practice

Recently, I had an initial call with a client. Usually on the initial call we discuss the importance of measuring and we also discuss specific numbers we want to measure in the practice.  These numbers have come about after years of not tracking and not growing. Once I realized what I didn’t know, I reached out to…

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What Type Of Employees Are On Your Team?

All practice owners have one similar goal…to have a successful practice. One of the easiest ways to achieve this success is by utilizing your greatest assets, your employees. Having the right people on your bus, in the right seats, can lead to a HUGE win or a dreaded loss in YOUR business. To be successful you, the…

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Three Metrics You Must Measure

In physical therapy school we are taught to assess and treat patients, we are not taught to assess and treat our business.  We know all the special tests for the shoulder and knee but what about the special tests for your business? There are three metrics every private practice owner MUST watch if they have…

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