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The Threat That PT Practices Can No Longer Ignore..

There are times when it’s not easy being a private practice owner.

New threats and challenges emerge every single day. It used to be POPTS, now it’s hospitals, and the alarming trends of merger and acquisitions of physician practices.

The threat that PT practices can no longer ignore <------ FOUR ways you can combat this threat

Despite this, there are some private practice owners who are growing in this new economy because they have mastered FOUR things.

Here’s the reality.

The state of private practice in 2013 will be radically different than what it is today.

Hospitals are also buying up physician practices… forming a closed circuit between treatment and ancillary services; while being reimbursed at a different level by insurance companies because their services are bundled.

Patients are complaining about copays, it’s hard to recruit the right people.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

But there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.

My team and I are going to roll up our sleeves and help you solve all these problems.

It’s time to transform your practice <------- The threat that PT practices can no longer ignore

As a private practice owner, the time to grow your practice is now.

It’s time to fuel the growth of your clinic by arming yourself with the best strategies, systems and techniques that will not only protect your clinic, but help it to flourish in the years to come.

It’s your time,


PS – The 3rd annual Private Practice Summit will be held in Las Vegas from September 28 – 30, and early bird tickets are now available. The early bird deadline expires soon. Our last Vegas event was completely sold out.


  • Dexter says:

    I missed out on the last Vegas event but this time, I'll certainly be going.

    Private practice has evolved to such an extent that we owners could not afford to be passive. We need to be proactive to keep up with the changes.It is difficult to keep abreast with these trends. To be honest, I do not even know most of them but you have always been on top of things when it comes to private practice. I believe that you would come up with new ideas to neutralize the threats.

    I'll be seeing you in Vegas in September then.

  • Thomas says:

    I've been in private practice for years now and I am in a stage where I am very profitable.

    When I first started out in the business, there were challenges and overcoming them brought great personal satisfaction. But those challenges were nothing compared to the challenges we are facing today. Dedication, hard work and perseverance might not be enough. We need more tools and strategies to face these challenges and even with my experience, I know I need help. Which is why, I am making arrangements to be there in September. I have heard positive feedback about the last Vegas event and I am sure that the upcoming event will be of the same, if not, a higher caliber.

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