5 Stress Reducing Tips for PTs, OTs, and SLPs

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The best part about being a physical therapist, occupational therapist or SLP is that no two days are the same. But with the uncertainty of each day comes with stress. On top of that, you’re likely working with patients who are stressed, frustrated, and in pain and they may not be acting like themselves. We’ve…

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4 Keys to Create Content Your Clients Will Actually Read

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As a smart practice owner, you know the importance of creating content to distribute digitally to your audience. However, it’s not always that simple. Creating content versus creating content your clients will actually read is defined by a very thin line. Fortunately, we’ve got our favorite tips to help you create awesome content! Know Your…

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4 Ways to Thrive as an Introverted Physical Therapist

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If you’re worried about how you can be successful as a physical therapist and an introvert, don’t sweat. As an introvert, you’re still kind, caring, and competent as a PT. In fact, you have just as much to offer as your extroverted colleagues. You don’t have to find a new career to thrive as an…

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6 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Patients

Dealing with a difficult patient is unavoidable. However, you have to understand that when your patients are coming to you it’s because they’re feeling pain, have lost a sense of their independence and may be experiencing stress and anxiety as a result. All of these compounded may make patients angry and upset, which will test…

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