Some of the survey results were surprising, while others came with little shock, but all of it was very telling about therapy professions as a whole and what the future may hold.
Front-office employees play a vital role when it comes to turning new patients into return patients.
Strategies helpful to prevent feeling overwhelmed and burned out for SLPs and other therapy professionals.
Or so says a study published recently in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Whether lending a hand during therapy interventions or helping tackle mountains of paperwork, therapist assistants can boost your practice’s productivity.
Users of the iHEARu app help one another locate quieter spaces and hearing technology access through sound ratings and reviews.
As more employers opt for self-funded health plans, a growing number of physical therapists are finding ways to benefit.
Explore some benefits of using gross motor equipment as a speech-language pathologist.
Therapists’ decade-long practice to end; acupuncturists, other professionals accused them of performing ‘unlicensed acupuncture’.
How do you define pain? Do we need a new definition?