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How to Focus on Treating Patients When it Feels Like the World is Falling Apart

2020 has been one hell of a year. We kicked off the new year with a news cycle about fraught international tensions—followed shortly by all-encompassing coverage of the Australian bushfires. In February and early March, news about COVID-19 began picking up steam, and the economy started to feel the effects of the pandemic in April. Early May heralded the arrival of the murder hornets, and the month ended with the tragic death of George Floyd. June was defined by social unrest and the BLM movement (which still continues to this day), and it’s beginning to look like July will be the month of the sun-blocking Saharan dust cloud an

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Founder Letter: 10 Actions You Can Take Now to Support Diversity in Your PT Practice

In light of the ongoing civil unrest in the United States, I wanted to use this month’s Founder Letter as a way to engage with the physical therapy community—a group that includes peers, colleagues, and friends—about the topic of diversity. My hope is to spark meaningful, productive conversations surrounding racial disparity in rehab. As someone with a platform,

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What to Do When a Staff Physical Therapist Calls in Sick

With your updated sick leave policy—and the current hypervigilance around preventing the spread of illness—there’s a good chance that you may see more employees using their sick days over the next several months. And that’s a good thing. Whether you send home an employee who has the sniffles, one of your therapists calls out because he or she is keeping a child home from daycare, or someone on your staff needs to self-quarantine for the full 14 days

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How to Boost Staff Morale in Your PT Practice

After months of enduring shutdowns and restrictions, physical therapy clinics are finally reopening their doors and extending their hours—and many furloughed therapists and front office workers are returning to work. But everything’s not exactly “back to normal”—far from it.

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The Downside of Telehealth for Physical Therapists

They say growth only happens when you get out of your comfort zone, which is why I always try to remain optimistic in the face of major change. After all, change drives creativity and innovation—and for physical therapists, that translates to better and more accessible care for every patient.

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PT After Crisis: Recovering, Reopening, and Refocusing on the Future

here’s no debating it: the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the physical therapy profession in a major way. PT practices across the nation have had to make swift changes to keep their doors open—and some, unfortunately, have had to close their doors indefinitely. With so much change—and no precedent or playbook to follow—practice leaders are largely learning how to rebuild as they go.

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