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Have you ever sat and pondered, "How do I go about hiring a great candidate?" The key is understanding the candidate's mindset and decision-making process.
Fumbling your business metrics? Join WebPT and CovalentCareers on Thursday, October 24th at 1:30pm PT to learn how to confidently handle your practice's data.
Watch the replay of our webinar on the the value of the APTA and state associations—and all the diverse opportunities available to PTs who want to get involved!
While some of the changes in the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for Calendar Year 2020 are positive, they also include what amounts to a proposed cut of 8% to physical and occupational therapy services. Join the APTA in submitting your comments to CMS before September 27th, 2019.
Download the guide to get creative marketing ideas for your physical therapy practice. Whether it's the fat stack trick or a killer Google My Business page, there's a lot you can do TODAY to get new patients in the door!
Watch the Q & A on telehealth and how PTs can add this modality to your practice!
Marketing is work—but it doesn't have to be expensive or complicated to be effective. Join us for a free webinar on private practice marketing!
How do you get those patients in the door the first time—and back for more? Join Dr. Ben Fung, PT, DPT, MBA for a webinar all about patient marketing!
On Tuesday, August 20th at 10:00am PDT, we'll be sitting down with Dr. Frank Benedetto, PT, DPT, CSCS, SCS, OCS to discuss personalized care and the future of physical therapy.
CovalentCareers conducted a survey of more than 1,400 physical therapists and physical therapy students. Here are the results!
Whether you're working with professional athletes, avid CrossFitters, or simply patients who want to return to an active lifestyle, strength and conditioning principles can help boost your physical therapy practice.
Whether you’re currently employed or even if you already have an existing private practice, a home health contract business might be the new gig you're looking for.
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