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Buy or Sell - July 9, 2011 4:42:26 PM   


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If the profession of PT was a stock would you be buying, selling, or holding right now based ont he current trends, reimbursement issues, trends in the economy and what it means to luxuries like therapy, etc.  I for one, would sell sell sell.  What are your thoughts.  I think therapy will always exist, and it will always be a good profession, but the scrutiny from CMS is making therapists afraid to deliver services as keeping them money they earn is not a guaranteed task anymore.When you reply to this post say what practice setting and geographic part of the country you are in.


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RE: Buy or Sell - December 23, 2011 4:18:40 AM   
Alice Cooper


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I would definitely take it. The reason being the excellent job outlook for physical therapists. This occupation is projected to experience faster growth, than other occupations requiring at least a master's degree. Some physical therapists held two or more jobs, which makes the number of jobs held higher than the actual number of PTs. So its a career with great opportunities altogether. 

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RE: Buy or Sell - January 7, 2012 5:07:45 PM   


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Private practice = sell.


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RE: Buy or Sell - March 25, 2012 11:32:28 AM   


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Hmm, with the reimbursements rates going down over time, just like some stocks, I would sell. Outpatient facility, NY

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RE: Buy or Sell - May 15, 2018 10:02:55 PM   
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If PT was a stock I would be buying it up. The field has grown and continues to expand at a rapid rate. PT is a great career and will continue growing in the future.

< Message edited by CardioFlex Therapy -- May 15, 2018 10:04:15 PM >


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