Do you ever find yourself looking over the fence? You’re not the only private practice owner that gets a little envious of larger, perhaps wealthier practices. However, now is the time to turn the tables and make YOUR practice the object of envy.
Unfortunately, it’s extremely common for physical therapists to become “burned-out” in their careers. Of course, everyone may look forward to a vacation or have a few bad days here and there—but that’s not what we mean by burned out. If you feel like:
The answer is—YES! As a private practice owner, you should pay for your therapy staff’s continuing education because it will tremendously improve the patient care you provide, and improve your staff’s skills and expertise. It’s also a state licensure requirement for certifications to be kept up-to-date.
How can you be sure your treatments are the most up to date, evidence-based protocols? You could be hurting your patients if not…
Steve Ennis ruptured his left Achilles tendon on June 10th, 2017, and had it “sewn” back together on June 15th. He then started physical therapy on July 10th; one month after his injury.