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This can be a problem for young physiotherapists in private practice when they take holidays.

Often as business owners we will see a spike in discharged clients at the same time. This seems coincidental, but often is a result of poor planning on the graduates behalf.

Lis...

At the moment I am listening to an audio book by Brene Brown called 'Dare to Lead'. She talks about vulnerability and trust building for leaders and it really hit home to me in regards to our graduate physiotherapists starting in private practice.

You see trust is bui...

At the beginning of every year, new graduate physiotherapists take the leap into starting a career in private practice. Many business owners that hire graduates have done so before and should know the drill.

Those that are diving into the unknown and hiring a graduate f...

You have reached the 6 month mark in private practice.

How do you feel you are going?

You should be very clear about your performance at this stage as you should have set milestones from your employer to meet expectations. You should be ticking them off the list and enj...

 This is a topic that has risen recently in our own clinic with an exceptional 2nd year physio wanting to move onto a commission model.

Our graduates get rewarded above the award wage and we offer a very attractive package to entice them to our rural clinic.

Recently, I...

 Great question and with all the hype in physiotherapy around whether manual therapy is waste of time in our profession, this question has come at a good time.

Some therapists are very manual therapy orientated and others prefer to not be and there is a clear fence betw...

 Checklists, Management Plans, Start Up Plans.

No matter what you want to call it, a graduate starting in private practice needs a clear plan of action of how you would like them to complete the process of patient management within your clinic.

Each clinic creates a dif...

This can be a tough decision for graduates and we often see two very different types of graduates in private practice.

Graduate A.

Is so cautious to ever progress exercises and becomes very focused on the patient getting the technique absolutely perfected before they eve...

Life can get busy in private practice but we must always remember that each patient needs to be treated like they are the most important person on our list for the day and not just another patient in your schedule.

I have seen some graduate physiotherapists, come out to...

As a 4th year physiotherapy student, you should have an idea of where you would like to work when you graduate.

You may not of experienced all your placements yet, but majority of you will know that you want to work in private practice and therefore fulfilling your plac...

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