Let’s Keep the PT Involved

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A patient’s candid feedback and accurate description of pain goes a long way in helping physical therapists design a successful rehabilitation program. The same patient venturing into self-diagnosis and creating his or her own exercise program is less desirable. However, that is effectively what many potential PT patients do. In a sure sign of the … Continue reading Let’s Keep the PT Involved

Improving Physical Therapy with Accountability, Accessibility, and Advocacy

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What are you looking for when you seek healthcare or experience a healthcare crisis? What if: You could quickly message your doctor or healthcare professional to find out what to do next. There was an easy-to-use solution that saved you time and copays or other out-of-pocket costs. You had direct access to the experts instead … Continue reading Improving Physical Therapy with Accountability, Accessibility, and Advocacy

Moving Day and Pilots

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We’ve done the virtual office thing. We’ve tried shared/temporary spaces too. So after more than a year of GitHub, Slack, and the occasional email, we are happy to be in our permanent office. It’s already business as usual after a few short days. The movers have delivered the furniture. Our network is up (finally AT&T!) and we are already … Continue reading Moving Day and Pilots