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Every year, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) adjusts the Medicare Physical Fee …

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3 Tactics for Self-Service Patient Engagement

Now that so many new features and functionalities have been standardized, such as self-scheduling or virtual payment options, a self-service patient engagement platform that offers personalized digital experiences can clearly stand apart from the rest. However, in order to stay ahead of these evolving standards, you’ve got to find the perfect software that meets a majority of your patients’ wants and all of your practice’s …

How to Optimize Online Patient Experiences

The ancient Greek philosopher, Plato, famously said: “Necessity is the mother of invention” – and with COVID finally coming to an end, it’s safe to say that the pandemic definitely did create the mother of all necessities. Because today, patient engagement is all-encompassing.  From self-scheduling to automated messaging and digital intake to virtual payment methods, new technologies have continued to shape how providers engage with …

Therapy Summer Series: Skin Safety

Summertime means soaking up the sun’s rays, drinking in that vitamin D, being physically active, and having a great time doing it! However, it can’t all be fun and games. Excessive exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation comes with the risk of sun damage to skin cells that could cause skin cancer, the most common form of cancer in the United States.

Therapy Summer Series: Sports Injuries

Sports are a fun way of staying healthy and fit as long as you don’t get injured. Yet sports injuries are not uncommon, especially if you are out of shape, not wearing protective gear, or simply playing sports with a higher risk for injury.

Therapy Summer Series: Aquatic Therapy

Water is not only fun to play with when the outside temperatures soar, but also a great natural motivator and healing tool, which is why aquatic therapy can be so effective. This type of therapy uses water’s unique properties to boost exercise performance without straining the body. It involves:

Social Wellness Month

July marks the beginning of Social Wellness Month, an awareness campaign that promotes socializing and bonding with others as well as self-love and acceptance – all of which has been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.