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How Do I Compete Against Hospital-Physician-Corp Monopoly Attempts?

It sucks when Goliath doesn’t play fair. In every industry, there will be bigger players trying to leverage their resources to gain an advantage–this is not new. So it is with our industry. Corporations, hospitals and physicians will try and steer patients to their therapy services, and rightfully so.  I acknowledge that there is an […]

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How to Sell Wellness & Elective Services

If you are not selling elective and wellness services well by now… you need to start soon. Practices that will grow into the future will not only offer traditional “therapy” services but elective and wellness services, and sell them well. Services such as… Stress Relief Fitness Performance Enhancement Massage Weight-Loss 830laser Yoga and more… Now […]

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Why are reimbursements declining and patient premiums increasing?

United Healthcare CEO made the Forbes Highest Paid CEO’s list in 2012.  Making over $48,000,000 in just one single year.  Go to Forbes list. I’m not against people making money in this country.  Many make millions every year and it’s ok with me. It’s HOW insurance company CEO’s make their money that is appalling.  The […]

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Physical Therapy Marketing Ideas on Mega Free Sites

Your physical therapy marketing have to evolve. Important:  if you are serious about growing your therapy private practice in this new century, you must read this entire page. Don’t limit your physical therapy marketing ideas to ‘old school’ ways.  There are tons of mega sites that allow free advertising, promotions, and offers to consumers.  Take advantage of these […]

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A Physical Therapy Marketing Plan to Consumers Directly

Physical Therapy Marketing Plan Secrets to Consumers Directly A physical therapy marketing plan that doesn’t target consumers directly isn’t a plan at all.  One cannot sit around waiting for physicians to refer any longer. You must get up and take action! Why? Physicians are referring less due to the increased patient co-pays and deductibles (and lack of […]

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