The majority of PT students will have more than $70K in student loan debt at the time of graduation, making some therapists question whether elevating PT education requirements was the right move.
If your clinic and therapists aren’t properly credentialed with insurance providers, your bottom line could very well suffer.
A new study finds that incorporating the positive holistic influence of yoga practice into your OT practice could have many benefits for patients.
A study published in the journal Health Services Research suggests trying physical therapy first may may cost patients less in the long run, as well as curb reliance on opioids.
Being a therapy professional doesn’t have to be limited to clinical practice. One alternative is to take on the non-clinical role of a Continuing Education Instructor.
RCS-1 is a complete rewrite of therapy reimbursement rules, and will require therapy providers to make significant operational changes in order to maintain healthy businesses.
There are numerous benefits to not being a brick-and-mortar clinic and providing house calls. Here’s a small sample of them.
Creating a patient journey map can be one way to put yourself in your patient’s minds in order to create a better patient experience.
The right technology in the PT gym can help successfully prepare clients of all kinds to get back to their regular lives safely.
Persistent pain is complex and it is very unlikely that one magic bullet treatment is going to be the sole key to successful outcomes.