As a physical therapist, you will encounter all kinds of patients. It’s inevitable to have patients that just sneak inside to get free advice and at the moment you speak to them about payment, they say it is not necessary to go on because they feel better now. This is more than irritating, since you invest your time and knowledge to help them and they don’t appreciate it at all. Regardless of what type of clients they are: live client or someone receiving your consults online, it hu...
Posted on 2021-01-10
Nowadays we see PT clinic owners scratch their heads in search of new marketing techniques to get more clients. Is there a new trick you have never heard of? How is possible your competitors are getting more visitors on their Practice’s Blog, and as a result: more clients? Hold on; do not run after the next shiny object. No marketing agency can help you more than your patients can! Listen carefully to what we are about to tell you. Do not underestimate your patients. Only by forging relat...
Posted on 2020-12-23
There are many ups and downs when it comes to the relationship between a physical therapist and their clients. Whether you have been working with them for years, or have just started out together on your physical therapy journey, it is extremely important to always be honest. All things considered, there are definitely times where your clients really aren’t making the progress they COULD be making. But how do you tell them, be there for them during trying times, and still encourage ...
Posted on 2020-11-27
There are a lot of do’s and don’ts when it comes to social media and running an online blog. Of course you want your content to be fun, relatable, as well as personal. However, there are a number of things you should never post. But what exactly should you steer clear of putting up on your PT blog? Your patients, peers, family and friends all visit the blogs and posts on your website. In order to keep your blog very reader friendly, it’s important to know what is off limits. H...
Posted on 2020-11-01
Finding ways to incorporate physical therapy into the lives of your PT clients can sometimes be overwhelming. Especially with the current climate and your clients not being able to spend time inside the physical therapy clinic. Though there are lots of ways to connect with your clients during COVID-19, it is still a challenge to get your clients to make physical therapy habit. There are lots of different ways to create habits for your clientele. In order to help them advance their physica...
Posted on 2020-10-31
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