Author Archives: Nancy Mura, President

What You Need to Know to Scale Your PT Private Practice

Being able to scale your practice depends on one key factor: You must know the [...]

PT Private Practice Owners Tackle Industrywide Issues at Survival Strategies’ Summit and Roundtable

Private Practice Owners from around the U.S. gathered at Florida’s Orlando Hilton in October to [...]

Four Paths to a More Profitable Private Practice

It’s a law of doing business that to be profitable, you must control your practice, [...]

Grow Your Private Practice with Niche Markets

A private practice can survive without needing to be reliant on insurance reimbursements. In fact, [...]

5 Low-Cost Ways to Get More Patients for Your Private Practice

Most private practice owners want a steady stream of new patients without budget-busting marketing expenses. [...]

5 Tips for Faster Insurance Reimbursements

Ah, insurance. It helps so many people get the therapy they need. But for the [...]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Managing Your Private Practice

First of all, you’re to be commended for opening your own practice. That’s a brave [...]

Is Excellent Clinical Care Enough to Keep Your Private Practice Afloat?

You went to school. You applied yourself. You gained extensive skills in adult or pediatric [...]

How Front Desk Efficiency Can Make or Break Your Private Practice

Your front desk employee is the first person your patients see as they walk in [...]

Drive More Direct Access Patients to Your Private Practice with Courtesy Consultations

One of the most valuable skills you can master is how to create an endless [...]