In physical therapy, private practice owners are typically also treating physical therapists. Meaning, they’re healers first and foremost, and they’re also managers, leaders, trainers, marketers, receptionists, etc., etc.
Since the end of 2018 is fast-approaching, you may need to increase your revenue to hit your annual goals or you plan to increase your revenue in 2019. Although there are so many things that contribute to your revenue growth, there are a handful of steps you can implement right now to get the ball rolling.
The following post is written by FYZICAL Las Vegas General Manager, RJ Williams.
I know what you are thinking.
Scott Pensivy, PT has been a FYZICAL member since 2015, and recently created innovative treatment protocols utilizing a pain relief cream. These protocols are being used by professional athletes and teams across the country.
FYZICAL franchisee and otolaryngologist, Carl Stephenson, has seen tremendous growth in his practice since joining FYZICAL and implementing a Balance Center!
If you’re considering opening a private physical therapy practice, you may be wondering if it’s better to have a cash-based practice.
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