Private practices faces shared challenges while providing unique experiences to their consumers.
If you own or work in a PT–owned private practice, we have resources to support you.
The APTA Private Practice Section is specifically dedicated to those interested in business and management, whether you own a practice or are considering starting one.
The APTA community is full of examples of members who are collaborating to make their businesses thrive in a rapidly evolving health care marketplace.
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Additional Private Practice Content
Sep 28, 2020 / Article
Ashley Johnson, PT, DPT, and Craig Phifer, PT, MHA, talk about starting a practice and innovative ways to run a business in this podcast.
Jul 27, 2020 / Feature
What business strategies were working before the pandemic? Will they still work afterward?
Jul 7, 2020 / Perspective
Would I be able to keep my doors open? Keep paying my staff? How is this going to change my practice for the long haul?
Jun 4, 2020 / News
Small Business Paycheck Protection Program to become more flexible.
Dec 4, 2020 / Resource
Find practical guidance, applications, and key considerations that will impact and enhance your everyday practice under managed care.
Jun 3, 2020 / News
APTA, the association's Private Practice Section, and APTA Rhode Island developed guidelines that could help clinics stay safe during the pandemic.
Jun 6, 2020 / Perspective
During COVID-19, it is our professional skill in knowing how to creatively adapt, adjust, and cope that will bring us through these uncertain and unprecedented times.
Jun 10, 2020 / Perspective
My first integrated clinical experience was in a public school system. Now, I have the chance to explore a whole new setting: outpatient.
May 9, 2020 / Article
Outpatient PTs from private practice, hospital, and pediatric settings gather to discuss how they have maintained in-person practice while upholding CDC-recommended COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Jan 8, 2020 / Article
For the physical therapy profession to thrive, it needs clinicians with grit. Physical therapist Fred Gilbert urges the next generation to think outside of the box and outside of the clinic.