It’s Time to Reimagine Going Into Business For Yourself

It’s Time to Reimagine Going Into Business For Yourself

    For many therapists, they have dreams of becoming their own boss someday. Generations of private practice owners before them have seemingly retired healthy, wealthy and wise. These former practice owners are spending their golden years checking experiences off...

Walking In Rhythm

  Do you ever feel like your work-life balance is out of whack? I’ve read that even the idea of having a “work-life balance” is a myth because it’s all life, isn’t it? I know what people feel when they describe the tension of being pulled...
Six Questions You Should Ask Every Patient

Six Questions You Should Ask Every Patient

  Physical therapy caps come and go; new rules take their place. The fight over the value therapists brings to the table goes on. The word on Main Street is the debate about the value of physical therapy is over. What therapy is worth is an internal argument among...
Why is so hard to be grateful?

Why is so hard to be grateful?

  The society in which we live relentlessly drums into our brains that the only way to go is up. Our culture values “upward mobility”, staying on a stable career path, appearing to our colleagues as a clever guy, rising in the professional ranks,...

I took a break from producing content in January. I was going through an extensive onboarding for a home health position. I have a new admiration for HH providers. The documentation requirements are incredible and have repeatedly kicked my butt. My...
Are you unknowlingly living a wonderful life?

Are you unknowlingly living a wonderful life?

  Are you like George Baily, unknowingly living a wonderful life? Or are you more like Walter Mitty, life passing you by because of fear of living outside your comfort zone? It has been over seven decades since the release of the American film; It’s a Wonderful...