5 Reasons Play in the Workplace Can Help Your Staff

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Close your eyes and think back to summers as a kid. Days spent outside, playing at the pool and exploring new worlds with neighborhood friends. Time seemed endless and worries and troubles were non-existent. No, that’s not just the nostalgia talking. Play as a child had immense benefits to your mental health and as an…

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3 Ways to Update Your PT Clinic to Entice New Patients

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Looking for new ways to entice new patients? You may instinctively want to offer discounted rates, up your hours, or even offer a new service. All of which is great, however, there are a few different things you can try before you commit to something as permanent as new hours or new services.  From updating…

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4 Ways to Reduce Your Physical Therapy Clinic’s Carbon Footprint

Your carbon footprint is the percentage of carbon produced from using water, creating waste, and traveling. While it’s nearly impossible to have a 0% carbon footprint, it is possible to reduce your percentage. Just like you as an individual have a carbon footprint, your physical therapy clinic has one too. From your clinic’s water usage…

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5 Signs You’re Burned Out as a Physical Therapist

Feeling tired, sluggish, and apathetic towards your staff, clinic, and patients? You’re not alone. Getting burnt out is a common side effect of being overworked and stressed out. All work and no play make you more than just dull. It can impact the quality of care and attention you give to your patients. Burnout can…

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3 Tips for Growing Your Practice During Hard Times

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Tough times don’t last but tough people do. While some brands seemed to take tough times (aka 2020) in stride, others struggled with the residual side effects of the pandemic. No matter how your physical therapy practice handled the pandemic, we all learned that no one is 100% immune from tough times. Here are the…

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