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Telehealth Rehabilitation

This blog article focuses on how telehealth is impacting two independent physical therapy clinics. I…

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Social Distancing Post-Covid

On March 23, 2020 the state of Michigan declared shelter at home orders. This order…

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Times are tough right now for therapists. We want to be able to help. It’s…

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Our guest blogger is Miye Fonseca, PT, DPT.  Miye is the Founder and CEO of…

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Scott Hadley’s path into physical therapy started traditionally as an undergraduate student with a focus…

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Physical Therapist, Adam Fujita, is embarking on a new path in rehabilitation, working with clients…

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Studying for the National Physical Therapy Exam can feel overwhelming especially when having clinical rotations…

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Most of you who choose to read this blog have been preparing for the CMS…

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To hear the podcast series on chronic pain with Jim Stark, click here. Don’t forget…

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At age 16 Leonard Van Gelder left traditional education to pursue his own IT company….

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Considering working as a travel therapist? Curious about the pay differences? After watching this video…

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I remember first meeting Jim Stark in the small, rehabilitation office tucked away in the…

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Throughout my career as a physical therapist, I am often impressed by the versatility of…

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On a rainy cold day in November, Jason Boddu greeted me with a warm smile. …

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Driving to Firehouse Fitness in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan, I wondered to myself, whythe name Firehouse?…

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OASIS Documentation in Home Health Physical Therapy Assessments For every rehabilitation setting, documentation can be…

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Home Health presents many variables and challenges that don’t exist in other rehabilitation settings.  For…

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Chronic diseases – such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and arthritis – are the…

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Healthcare is filled with pressure of providing high productivity and compassionate care at the same…

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Wondering what it’s like to work as a Rehabilitation Manager? Here are a few Surprises,…

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avoiding burnout

We compiled a list of some ideas that helped us decrease the feeling of being…

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Six Tips for Managing the Stress of Home Health Scheduling Scheduling Home Health visits can…

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“There’s an app for that.”  That classic phrase which, is now part of our normal…

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“Shortly after becoming diagnosed with Advanced Lyme Disease my right side became paralyzed. I stumbled…

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A recent study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic suggests that virtual rehabilitation therapies help patients…

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Therapy involves more than just moving your foot in circles twenty times. It also involves…

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The water creates a less painful way for the patients to do their therapies without…

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A recent study for Medicaid patients shows associations between referrals for Physical Therapy for low…

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The US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently issued a final rule on…

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Let’s face it.  Travel assignments are fun – you get to see a part of…

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Comfy-cozy days are here!  Cool air, colorful leaves, and the smell of comfort foods filling…

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Grand Rapids, MI Grand Rapids is a great place to gather your family and experience…

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There are some fun updates happening in the myPTsolutions’ corner of the world.  We’re excited…

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Understanding How Healthcare Reform Affects Physical Therapists If you’ve worked in healthcare for 5 or…

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58% –  Adults who believe that back pain can be managed with the help of…

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When exercise is fun, you may not even realize you’re getting fit. For example, some…

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Participating in a provider network and accepting reimbursement from an insurance carrier can help drive…

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Knee replacement surgeries have increased in frequency in the U.S. In fact, from 2000–2012, Total…

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Manual Therapy

Physical Therapy school provides an excellent start to a Physical Therapist’s manual therapy training.  However,…

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Lower back pain affects roughly one out of every 4 Americans with chronic and debilitating…

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chiropractor and physical therapist

To understand how physical therapists and chiropractors can work together, it can first help to…

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