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shipping_bIn this post I am going to show you (with pictures) how I create systems and procedures that are performed in my private practice.

This is one of the most helpful skills that I can teach you in order to free up your time in order to work on your business and not in your business.

Gbr SignI just finished moving one of my clinics and I have learned a lot.

Over the years I have had to move my clinics at least 4 times, each time having to get new signage. I have made it somewhat of a study of what constitutes a good sign.

Know The Rules

This is a guest post by Iris Kimberg, MS PT OTR

There are many forms that a private practice or therapy business entity can take, ranging from a solo practitioner to a corporate practice with shareholders. The legal entity you choose should be determined by the laws of your particular state( that varies tremendously from state to state), and what you want to offer or provide in your entity. Find out the rules and regulations within your state and make sure you conform. The best place to look for information is with the division that issues your professional licenses, usually the State Education Department.Yellow Sign