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126Re: starting on our own

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  • bazzerf <bazzfinch@hotmail.com>
    Feb 23, 2003
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      If you wait for perfect conditions to start a practice you will
      never start. If you do not feel confident financially but still want
      to practice, start a part time therapy business and have a part time
      job else where. This way you can have the best of both worlds. Those
      therapist who survive during the lean times will reap the benefits
      when the economy turns up.

      If you need any help in finding business ideas to attract clients
      you could a lot worse than a book that has now been given an
      excellent review in the journal International Therapist. It is
      called Marketing for Complementary Therapists - 101 ideas to get
      clients. Read about at http://4Marketing.go.to

      Need any other help just ask



      --- In physical_therapists_in_business@yahoogroups.com, "uman9555
      <rmackptmu@p...>" <rmackptmu@p...> wrote:
      > Is it past the point of being able to start an independent
      > The local environment seem very prohibitive per insurance
      > reimbursement. People appear to be waiting until the economy
      > Ray
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