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You asked for it! The #FitFloor Tweetchat is here!

You asked for it! The #FitFloor Tweetchat is here!

I received a number of tweets, DM’s and emails after my recent article on Pelvic Floor Dysfunction went up on the Hella Life blog. I was thrilled to see so much good discussion on the topic, and it led to the exchange of some great information among the #pelvicmafia. There is such a wealth of knowledge out there in the physical therapy community on this topic, and more than one person asked me to host a tweetchat to share the info. So….here it is, the #FitFloor chat! Join me on Twitter on Monday, July 29th at 9pm ET with special guest Julie Wiebe, PT as we discuss the causes of and treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence. Please share this information with everyone you know: healthcare providers, coaches, athletic trainers, men, women, friends, and family. We want to help as many people as we can. Also, if you have specific questions that you want answered, please email them to me at bizPT1@gmail.com See you then!   transport and accommodation costs Ann

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5 Myths About Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

5 Myths About Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Quick post: My first article is up on the Hella Life blog. I am really excited to share 5 Myths About Pelvic Floor Dysfunction with the Crossfit community, and I hope that all of my readers will share the post with everyone they know. We need to get the word out there that physical therapy can help with Stress Urinary Incontinence. direct lenders for cash advances Please share via social media and feel free to copy to give to your patients, friends, coaches and trainers that you know. Thanks, Ann

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How Do I Know if I Should See a Physical Therapist?

How Do I Know if I Should See a Physical Therapist?

I’m just posting a quick link here to an article I wrote for Northern Virginia Magazine. They suggested the topic as something their readers would be interested in. The article came out this week, and I have received a lot of good feedback about it. I wanted to make it available, so that if you want to link to it, or print it and share with your contacts, you can do so. Please just provide credit to me and link to my website. Seattle town car. This is an example of what we can do locally to increase awareness of what physical therapy is, and how we can help people. It’s important for us to interact with local media to educate readers, and at the same time, it provides “free” marketing in a publication that reaches my target audience. Payday Loan Direct Lender For Bad Credit lowest rate payday loan Please feel free to share similar outreach efforts you have made in the comments section! Let’s all share our ideas! How Do I Know if I Should See a Physical Therapist?

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Get Over Yourself

Get Over Yourself

ameriloan payday loanwww.sourceonedirect.com/cardiff/directory/ms payday loans payday loans no credit checks no paperwork – Get Over Yourself – Article by Jerry Durham, PT Edited by Ann Wendel, PT, ATC, CMTPT Let’s review— a Unique Value Proposition (UVP) is a promise to provide services that a customer will find of great worth. The value you bring to your clients is unique to you. Clients can’t get YOU anywhere else. Once you determine your UVP, you must make sure to share it appropriately; yet, many business owners are uncomfortable selling themselves. I have worked with business owners to help them shape and define their UVP. Many business owners get stuck when I ask about the unique value they bring to their customers. They can talk about their services, products and their company’s commitment to long lasting partnerships. But when it comes to sharing more about themselves, they clam up. I think it’s hard to toot your own horn without feeling arrogant. Typically our values teach us to be humble, to say please and thank you. So it can be understandably difficult to talk about our strengths. If you allow yourself the indulgence of thinking about this, you might be shocked at how uniquely valuable you really are. Here are some tips you can follow to present a more compelling case when you talk about your unique value proposition: Opening Lines Choose a few key words to get the conversation started. Have a few bullet points that you can talk about in a quick 10-second snippet and in a longer conversation when relevant. Your key words should explain your particular approach to what you do. Below are examples from people outside the Healthcare world that can be used for starting conversations.  For example, one business owner I spoke with likes to start with the […]

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A #DPTstudent shares her views on marketing the brand of Physical Therapy

A #DPTstudent shares her views on marketing the brand of Physical Therapy

Thanks to Twitter, I have “met” some really forward thinking, dynamic DPT Students. During a recent conversation on marketing and branding, I was impressed by Melissa Dreger’s comments, and asked her to write a guest post for me. Melissa is a DPT student at University of Pittsburg. I think you will enjoy what she has to say, and I hope that we can stimulate some great conversation again here! Take it away, Melissa: Let’s face it, as Physical Therapists we’re always talking about becoming “more marketable” or “advertising to our clients,” but how many of us actually know how to accomplish this? How many of us even know where to begin? Well, here’s a simple step-by-step process that can get you started on how to better market yourself. Number one, we need to figure out our message. In other words, what’s our story? Some typical phrases thrown out there include “movement specialists”, “restorative specialists”, or “movement analysts,” but what do all of these have in common? It’s simple: we are pain managers and ultimately help to restore mobility and to decrease cost to not only our patients but to the healthcare system as a whole (taken from the APTA website at http://www.apta.org/AboutPTs/). There are many ways to twist and turn what Physical Therapists actually do – which leads us to the problem: If one of our goals as a profession is to be autonomous in nature, shouldn’t we have ONE consistent message? It is therefore our responsibility as a physical therapist and as private practice owners to determine what our message is. We can determine this in part by asking our patients directly or through a survey “What is the value of physical therapy?” Number two, we need to be make our message simple. There’s no need to include complex […]

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