Starting your practice
- Dear Ram,
I imagine that starting your own practice requires many attributes,
beyond the knowledge and skills as a P.T. I think that it benefits
our profession to have skilled entrepreneurs who do not rely on
employers for their future.
It seems to me that you have some good starting questions. It also
seems to me that a good place for you to go to get these answers
would be the APTA. If you are not already a member, join and become
involved. They even have a private practice section. If you become
involved in the Physical Therapy community in your area, and research
the answers to your question, you will have a greater knowledge base,
beyond your expertise as a Physical Therapst, for which to start your
P.S. Would anyone like to tackle a question or two of his?
Well put! The APTA is a great resource both nationally and locally.
Don Kelly PT, OCS
PR Chair for the Rhode Island Chapter of the APTA
>From: "Charlene Anderson, PT" <charanderson@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [physical_therapists_in_business] Starting your practice
>Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2003 02:06:02 -0000
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