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129Re: [physical_therapists_in_business] Re: starting on our own

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  • Raymond Mack
    Feb 25, 2003
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      Thanks for the insight. Thinking about working for an orthopedic group.
      This would allow me to work on my Ph.D.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <bazzfinch@...>
      To: <physical_therapists_in_business@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 8:25 AM
      Subject: [physical_therapists_in_business] Re: starting on our own

      > Ray,
      > 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
      > Regards
      > Barry
      > --- 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
      > practice.
      > > The local environment seem very prohibitive per insurance
      > > reimbursement. People appear to be waiting until the economy
      > turns.
      > >
      > > Ray
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