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Acquire new PT patients without spending a dime

posted on May 09, 2018

Have you gone weeks or months without seeing new pt patients? Are you looking to grow your client base without breaking the bank? According to an article written in Forbes, word-of-mouth is acrucialadvertising tactic to grow a business. By understanding how potential physical therapy patients use o

Designing your PT space for enhanced experience

posted on April 24, 2018

Are you opening a new physical therapy clinic or remodeling your current clinic? Now is a great time to evaluate your clinic layout. It is important each clinic is designed properly to create a more profitable therapy business and to be the most efficient you can be when treating patients.

Why you shouldn't be ashamed to receive an epidural

posted on April 05, 2018

As a resident doctor, we are in the time of our training when we are the most naïve, vulnerable and most importantly impressionable. There are a lot of things that can happen during residency, however, one patient scenario in particular has changed the way I view one the most important experiences

Epidural steroid injections for back pain and sciatica

posted on February 27, 2018

Epidural steroid injections (ESIs) are a common treatment option for various forms of back and leg pain. If you or a patient suffers from sciatica and low back pain, you may have encountered this form of relief. So, how exactly does this work?

A few things to know about Epidural Anesthesia

posted on January 26, 2018

More than half of women having babies will be given epidurals to block pain during labor. Despite the general acceptance and proven safety of today's epidurals, however, many women still agonize over whether to accept one. For most expectant moms, the turmoil is due to two issues: They might feel a