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Open Dome For Baseball Players

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Open Dome For Baseball Players It’s that time of year again.  My mind is on baseball.  Of course I miss traveling down to Florida every year to get the early games in for college, but I’ll take the next weather we have here. The snow is melting fast, but still covering the ground.  For those […]

For The Love Of The Game

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For The Love Of The Game The definition of an Athlete is the following: “A person who is trained or skilled in exercises, sports, or games requiring physical strength, agility, or stamina” – Merriam Webster Online. I think that being an athlete is so much more that just being trained in a skill set. Being […]

Leadership Edge: Wrapping Up Our 2014 Fall Program

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From Jim Hoyme . . . The Leadership Edge Wrapping Up Our 2014 Fall Program   Do you recall the 4 business leadership principles from the UNC business school that I shared with you last month?   Well . . . to bring it closer to home for therapists and practice owners, tie those 4 […]

January 2015: TPI’s News From ‘Around The Net’

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Hey Therapy Practice Leaders Market Trends. Consolidation in Health Care. What’s a Practice Owner To Do? A Management Services Organization is a Great Option – Get Big But Keep Your Practice. This is an article that Jim Hoyme wrote for the Private Practice Section’s IMPACT Magazine May 2014. We posted it in an earlier newsletter, […]

Rehab Is Better As A Team!

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Rehab Is Better As A Team! For the last few months, “date night” for this amazing couple has consisted of outings to  physical therapy appointments for rehab after their shoulder and knee surgeries.  When they aren’t at PT, they spend countless hours doing their prescribed home exercises and spend good quality time together covered with […]

Recap Of The Fall season At Henry Sibley High School

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Recap Of The Fall season At Henry Sibley High School   **This Fall I spent time covering:     **AT PROBS and Life of an AT         **Here is just a glimpse at some of the injuries here at Henry Sibley for this fall:   Here is how my Fall season went, […]

What Is A Sports Hernia?

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What Is A Sports Hernia? Although a sports hernia is not a common pathology, we have been hearing more about these injuries in the news with professional athletes.  I recently completed a hip course where this topic was discussed and since a sport hernia is one of the least understood pathologies in athletes, I  decided […]

The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3

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The Leadership Edge Program: Update #3 Think about it . . . most therapy practices and their owners and leaders focus so much on patient care and productivity, which is very important – no doubt. But the practices – businesses – that will successfully move into a transforming health care world will embrace the same […]

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