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With the current environment, we’re all facing new obstacles and challenges when it comes to private practice, rehab therapy, and business in general. In this guide, we’ll cover how to address this crisis in your patient communications and how your practice can continue thriving.   What to say Communicating...

When I was 15, I was in a car accident, and I had whiplash. Shortly after, I developed tendinitis in my thumbs, making it difficult for me to take exams and do my homework. I had physical therapy on my thumbs and injection shots to get...

It is an essential part of modern-day outpatient physical therapy practice to obtain and provide proof of positive outcomes. Achieving good outcomes will affect payment for services, insurance contracts, referrals, and an individual physical therapist’s employment, salary, and professional development....

I have wanted to run a marathon ever since I can remember. I've had 7 children in the past 15 years. My oldest is 15 and a half and my baby is now 20 months old. In between their pregnancies, births, and breastfeeding, I tried...

Social proof is one of the most powerful marketing strategies in the rehabilitation industry, but many clinics still aren't sure how to use it to market to their patients and referral sources. In this guide, we’ll help you understand what social proof is and how you can incorporate it into your practice’s marketing strategy.

Diabetes is an increasingly prevalent disease within the United States, with an estimate of 30.3 million people having diabetes as of 2015. That’s roughly 9.4% of the United States population diagnosed. Some diabetics require insulin injections to regulate their blood sugar. The insulin is injected into select locations of the body where the fatty tissue is ideal for the absorption of insulin. For the insulin-dependent diabetic, injections are a part of daily life, but regular injections into the same location can come with side effects.

Running can be a rewarding recreation and good exercise. However, it can be problematic if it’s the sole source of exercise and physical fitness. One of the worst things an athlete can do for their health and performance is to limit themselves to the same activity every single time they exercise. A focused, singular activity can increase the risk of overuse injuries, create an imbalance of strength, and limit the potential to improve overall strength, endurance, and stamina.

Repetitive abuse and neglect had taken its toll on my left calf. As an ultrarunner I push the envelope of extremes. I had to take a break from running When I me Sae, my PT, and he explained the Astym procedure, I was hopeful...