Author Archives: Nancy Mura, President

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 [...]

5 Ways to Get More New Adult PT/OT/ST Patients

If you’re like most adult PT/OT/ST private practice owners, you’d love to have a steady [...]