Therapists are struggling to carve out a fulfilling, profitable niche, an event that has left many discouraged and even disheartened. In Cash Therapy Practice, Paul Potter, PT, looks at the private practice model and turns it on its head. Most therapists follow the cash-based model not for the money, but for patient connection, something that is decidedly lacking in modern healthcare. Potter diligently outlines in this manifesto how every therapist can benefit from the advantages of a cash-based practice.
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