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Quantity Quandary: How Many Patients Should You See in a Day?...

If you’re in the physical therapy business—and especially if you’re a practice owner or manager—you’ve probably wondered how many patients you should be seeing each day. In other words, is there a so-called “golden number” of daily patient [Read More...]

Ascend Business Summit for PTs and OTs...

WebPT Announces All-Star Speaker Lineup for Ascend 2017, the two-day rehab therapy business summit that is dedicated to business best practices for physical and occupational therapists. This year will be the fourth annual event and will be [Read More...]

Top 10 Tips for a great WCPT Congress...

As WCPT Congress is just around the corner it is important to consider how to utilise your time there. These ten tips from the WCPT will ensure you do. 1. Use the Congress App Be prepared before you arrive in Cape Town by downloading [Read More...]

WCPT Launches World Physical Therapy Day Toolkit...

Infographics,  postcards and booklets are available to help you get people moving! The WCPT has launched the toolkit for World Physical Therapy Day 2017. The theme this year is ‘Physical activity for life’ which is emphasising the [Read More...]

So, You Got a Claim Denial. Now What?...

Unless you’re on a lucky streak that could rival a leprechaun’s, chances are, you’ve received a claim denial at some point. And you may be tempted to simply sweep those denials under the rug, never to be seen again. After all, a denied [Read More...]

Plantar Fasciopathy Infographic and Podcasts!...

When it comes to learning about how best to manage running injuries, the first person you should go to is to Tom Goom. He recently appeared (in stereo) on the PhysioEdge podcast and talked about heel pain. Plantar fasciopathy is one of [Read More...]

Evidence-based Cervico-Thoracic Management Course in Nepal...

If you are Nepalese or in Nepal on the 7th or 8th October 2017 don't miss out on the Cervico-Thoracic Management Course. The course is designed to enhance your ability to utilise manual therapy skills to manage people with CT and [Read More...]

Doubling Down on Denials: How to Get Paid the First Time, Every...

As a rehab therapy expert, you know patient progression and improved function are clear indicators that your course of treatment is working. So, it’s disheartening—to put it mildly—when you send off your claim to the insurance payer for [Read More...]

CPA: Physiotherapy’s Role in the Opioid Crisis...

The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) represents over 14,000 physiotherapists, physiotherapist assistants and physiotherapist students across Canada. For the past two decades, Canadians have been told that prescription opioid [Read More...]

The Evolution of EMR, EHR, and Practice Management...

The use of electronic medical records (EMRs) and electronic health records (EHRs) has become more widespread across the healthcare spectrum over the last several years for numerous reasons––they make data capture much more efficient, [Read More...]

The Case for Active Evidence-Based Practice...

Before I jump into why active evidence-based practice is so important, let me first clarify what I mean when I use that phrase: active evidence-based practice is all the evidence-based good stuff you’re already familiar with (i.e., [Read More...]

New from PhysioTools: FLOWIN® Friction Training™...

PhysioTools has published a new exercise module for PhysioTools Online. The FLOWIN® Friction Training™ module is aimed specifically at fitness trainers, personal trainers and physiotherapists to provide FLOWIN® exercises. FLOWIN® [Read More...]

Back to Basics: Why Insurance Education is the Key to Patient...

Copays, coinsurance, deductibles—oh, my! Today’s insurance landscape in the USA is getting more complicated by the day, and many patients—especially those with high-deductible health plans (HDHPs)—are struggling to both keep up with the [Read More...]

INPTRA and WCPT announce a formal collaboration...

The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) and the International Network of Physiotherapy Regulatory Authorities (INPTRA) are pleased to announce a formal collaboration. The INPTRA exists to ensure the public of safe and [Read More...]

The What, Why, and How of Consolidation in PT Private Practice...

While there will always be a market for private practice physical therapy, all signs point to a continued push toward consolidation in 2017 and beyond. And this isn’t the first time our profession has been at such a juncture. In fact, in [Read More...]

What’s Driving Rehab Therapy Today?...

No doubt the rehab therapy industry has shifted dramatically over the last few years. Healthcare reform, advancements in technology, and data-driven patient care have coalesced to change the landscape of our profession significantly. [Read More...]

Celebrating 30 years of PhysioTools – the exercise...

Since 1987, PhysioTools has worked with physiotherapists and other professionals to help them achieve better results for their clients. In the beginning, handouts were printed in black and white and pictures were added as stickers - today [Read More...]

9 Things PTs Should Know About Payment Bundles...

Are bundled payments the new wave of the future? If the move to a value-based healthcare system is any indication, then the answer is a resounding “yes.” That’s because, under this budding payment model, hospital and post-acute care [Read More...]

Exercise Software for Individuals with Cerebral Palsy...

As part of last years Managing Children with Cerebral Palsy course participants had free access to explore the PhysioTools module that has been created specifically for clinicians who work with individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Handling [Read More...]

Do You Want a Fresh Learning Opportunity and are Going to WCPT...

The pre- and post-congress courses are an optional element that are open to delegates who register to attend at least one day of the main congress and they carry a separate fee. A variety of half and one day courses are being offered on [Read More...]