Your employees keep your private practice afloat and running smoothly, so you must take notice if there’s a shift in attitude or performance amongst any of those employees.
Whether you’re a treating practice owner or not, you should feel great about the miracles occurring every day in your practice. After all, you and your team are healing and giving your patients their quality of life back!
Just like in our “Burned-out PT” blog, it’s not uncommon for your other team members to lose motivation at one point or another. Everyone experiences good days and bad, but it’s important to keep your team spirit and culture positive and uplifting so those bad days don’t stick around.
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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: