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Increase My Physical Therapy Prices, Really??

Don’t be negative. Should you decrease your physical therapy prices? Accept lower reimbursement? Spend more time and energy on sessions even when not/hardly getting paid? A lot of negative news is ringing throughout the physical therapy private practice world, but I want you to know…these are the best of times. There’s so much to be thankful for and so […]

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You Should Be Scared About This…

The government is coming after you…even if you did nothing wrong. You never think about physical therapists as being a danger to society, or the country, but that’s the new campaign spearheaded by Medicare and the government. Physical therapists are the “flavor of the month” in the government’s pursuit for more monies in this never ending […]

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Marketing in the Summer

Marketing a Private Practice in the Summer is Done Very Differently! Summertime can be a tricky time for many physical therapy clinics. Most practices see a decrease in patient volume (not to mention more no-shows and cancellations).  If you want to maintain a good healthy level of business during summer, it’s important to remember 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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