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It’s no secret nutrition can significantly affect patients’ physical therapy outcomes. Soreness and inflammation are influenced by the nutrients we consume, and proper nutrition is key to performing well in and out of the clinic, particularly for athletic patients.

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A strong brand is essential to the success of any physical therapy practice. Practices that fail to distinguish themselves from the competition, no matter how high the quality of services they provide, will struggle to retain existing patients, attract new ones.

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Quality equipment is essential to any good physical therapy practice. Up-to-date, well-maintained equipment projects an air of professionalism, and it makes treatments more effective for your patients and easier on your body.

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In the increasingly competitive world of hospital-based rehab, quality patient care sets the best physical therapy departments apart from the rest. Still, it only helps to invest in great technology, equipment, and human resources — and ultimately, smart.

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Jun 27, 2017

How to Keep Patients Committed to Their Physical Therapy Plan

Research shows that as few as 35 percent of physical therapy patients adhere to their prescribed home exercise program. You know the work patients put in at home is just as important, if not more, than the work they put in at your clinic. Factors...

Jun 15, 2017

9 Truths About Physical Therapy Patients Often Misunderstand

As respected and in-demand as physical therapy has become, patients still hold more than a few misconceptions about what PTs do — and what good physical therapy actually involves. Many people believe physical therapy is only for rehabilitating...

Jun 7, 2017

Using Technology to Attract and Keep Physical Therapists

In just seven short years, the demand for physical therapists is expected to increase dramatically. This is due in part to the greater number of baby boomers staying active later in life and it means that physical therapists — especially those...

May 23, 2017

The 7 Best Physical Therapy Methods Explained

While every clinic has a few go-to treatments, great physical therapy professionals are always on the hunt for new methods that will improve outcomes and increase clinic efficiency. From traditional exercises to cutting-edge modalities, PTs know...

May 18, 2017

3 Things That Threaten Hospital Physical Therapy Department Efficiency

It’s often the little and sometimes unexpected things that disrupt the flow in a hospital physical therapy department. A misplaced cart or difficulty accessing a patient’s electronic health record (EHR) can throw off the schedule for the entire...

May 2, 2017

7 Chronic Pain Treatments All PTs Should Know

Chronic pain can be one of the most difficult and frustrating conditions to treat, and it presents unique challenges to both patients and therapists. Affecting an estimated 116 million Americans per year, it costs the United States over $5 billion



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