Content Marketing for Healthcare Providers: 4 Things to Consider Before You Get Started

  • October 2018
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Content Marketing for Healthcare Providers: 4 Things to Consider Before You Get Started Content marketing has become one of the most effective marketing tools since social media. Email marketing has also started to replace taditional marketing media such as TV or newspaper ads. Content marketing is especially valuable for small businesses as it does not

WebExercises Sports Medicine Minute – Patient Education

  • September 2018
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Patient Education for Better Compliance and Treatment Outcomes We believe that patient education is a powerful tool to improve patient engagement and ultimately improve treatment outcomes. Why? Awareness of conditions, treatment options, as well as the necessity of treatment will motivate patients to adhere to their care plan and prevent drop outs. But how much

In Flight Exercises For Everybody

  • July 2018
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In Flight Exercises For Everybody Long flights or drives can take their tolls on our body: back and neck pain can be side effects or sitting for in a plane or being behind a steering wheel for hours. Apart from that blood circulation can be restricted from extended periods of inactivity. Here some ideas for

Improve Care Compliance in 4 Easy Steps

  • May 2018
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Improve Care Compliance in 4 Easy Steps Home exercise programs are crucial to treatment success, especially if your patients can only visit you once or less per week. How many of your patients are really doing what they are supposed to be doing? 100%? 80%? 10%? How can you increase home exercise program compliance? Here

Avoid Patient Drop Outs and Maximize Treatment Results

  • March 2018
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Avoid Patient Drop Outs and Maximize Treatment Results Patients will have better results when they stick to their care plans by complementing in-office care with a home exercise program. However, many patients miss appointments, don’t follow their HEP or even drop out of care altogether. If this occurs, they will be frustrated with their results