Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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Quite frankly, these trends aren’t going to be ending anytime in
the near future. The data I’ve read from trusted industry sources are saying we
can expect continued decreasing reimbursement rates at least up until the year
2022*. Information like this paints a bleak outlook for private practice
owners. The trend of these God-awful changes by the insurance companies has
always felt as if it could lead to the extinction of the physical therapy
private practice.

On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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We are at a unique time as a Physical Therapy profession, especially
as private practitioners. We are at the crossroads of making the decision to
totally transform our profession to the most powerful one among the healthcare
professions or to give up and succumb to the financial challenges of our time. Seemingly, our
industry has been under attack from drastic insurance policy changes time and
time again, essentially leaving us with the short end of the stick.

Quite frankly, these trends aren’t going to be ending anytime in
the near future. The data I’ve read from trusted industry sources are saying we
can expect continued decreasing reimbursement rates at least up until the year
2022*. Information like this paints a bleak outlook for private practice
owners. The trend of these God-awful changes by the insurance companies has
always felt as if it could lead to the extinction of the physical therapy
private practice.

On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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We are at a unique time as a Physical Therapy profession, especially
as private practitioners. We are at the crossroads of making the decision to
totally transform our profession to the most powerful one among the healthcare
professions or to give up and succumb to the financial challenges of our time. Seemingly, our
industry has been under attack from drastic insurance policy changes time and
time again, essentially leaving us with the short end of the stick.

Quite frankly, these trends aren’t going to be ending anytime in
the near future. The data I’ve read from trusted industry sources are saying we
can expect continued decreasing reimbursement rates at least up until the year
2022*. Information like this paints a bleak outlook for private practice
owners. The trend of these God-awful changes by the insurance companies has
always felt as if it could lead to the extinction of the physical therapy
private practice.

On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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As a fellow Private Practice owner, I know firsthand how our industry has been under siege over the
past few years from dramatic insurance policy changes that have depleted our
revenues. But we are all part of something very special, and as physical therapists
we know how vital we are to our patients, who depend upon us to help them with
their pain.

Did you know that most physical therapy practices only bring in about 10 – 12% revenues? At the same time, our
physical therapy industry brought in $6 billion in 2018!

I first joined our community of physical therapists 30 years ago and believe we are at the cusp of
something powerful and empowering – for our practices and our patients.

Enjoy my article “A Future You Can Believe In”.

A FUTURE WE CAN BELIEVE IN

By Dr. Dimitrios Kostopolous, DPT, MD, PHD, DSc, ECS

We are at a unique time as a Physical Therapy profession, especially
as private practitioners. We are at the crossroads of making the decision to
totally transform our profession to the most powerful one among the healthcare
professions or to give up and succumb to the financial challenges of our time. Seemingly, our
industry has been under attack from drastic insurance policy changes time and
time again, essentially leaving us with the short end of the stick.

Quite frankly, these trends aren’t going to be ending anytime in
the near future. The data I’ve read from trusted industry sources are saying we
can expect continued decreasing reimbursement rates at least up until the year
2022*. Information like this paints a bleak outlook for private practice
owners. The trend of these God-awful changes by the insurance companies has
always felt as if it could lead to the extinction of the physical therapy
private practice.

On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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As a fellow Private Practice owner, I know firsthand how our industry has been under siege over the
past few years from dramatic insurance policy changes that have depleted our
revenues. But we are all part of something very special, and as physical therapists
we know how vital we are to our patients, who depend upon us to help them with
their pain.

Did you know that most physical therapy practices only bring in about 10 – 12% revenues? At the same time, our
physical therapy industry brought in $6 billion in 2018!

I first joined our community of physical therapists 30 years ago and believe we are at the cusp of
something powerful and empowering – for our practices and our patients.

Enjoy my article “A Future You Can Believe In”.

A FUTURE WE CAN BELIEVE IN

By Dr. Dimitrios Kostopolous, DPT, MD, PHD, DSc, ECS

We are at a unique time as a Physical Therapy profession, especially
as private practitioners. We are at the crossroads of making the decision to
totally transform our profession to the most powerful one among the healthcare
professions or to give up and succumb to the financial challenges of our time. Seemingly, our
industry has been under attack from drastic insurance policy changes time and
time again, essentially leaving us with the short end of the stick.

Quite frankly, these trends aren’t going to be ending anytime in
the near future. The data I’ve read from trusted industry sources are saying we
can expect continued decreasing reimbursement rates at least up until the year
2022*. Information like this paints a bleak outlook for private practice
owners. The trend of these God-awful changes by the insurance companies has
always felt as if it could lead to the extinction of the physical therapy
private practice.

On paper, it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.  Meanwhile, opioid use and invasive procedures for
musculoskeletal problems are at an all-time high. Is this arbitrary? I do not
believe so. The pharmaceutical and insurance industries, the surgical
instrumentation companies along with large hospital organizations have created
a strong alliance with the purpose to absorb the largest piece of health care
funding.

However, I’ve always believed that something can be done about it!

From the very beginning I’ve been on the front lines of this
fight. I was (and still am) committed to doing whatever it takes to fight for
us. I’ve written letters, made videos, protested and rallied… all for the cause
of protecting our industry and for the survival of private practice Physical
Therapy. That fight is what keeps me going and it is the biggest “why” for us
here at Hands-On Diagnostics.

Not only can private practice owners and physical therapists provide unparalleled diagnosis and treatment for
their patients with the use of our advanced technology; there is more. Nor is
it just the means to wildly increase your profits and reclaim your time. What
we do at Hands-On Diagnostics is a way we can stand our ground and fight back
this “attack” on our profession.

We are equipping physical therapists not only with advanced
knowledge, but also with advanced tools to put them back into the driver’s seat
of their practice. We are providing opportunities and ways for our physical
therapists to have true professional autonomy. We are not only providing a new
model for patient treatment, we are also providing a new paradigm.

As one who has devoted the past 30 years of his life to the advancement of physical therapy, I find this
somewhat bittersweet. It’s sad because of the challenges and difficulties it
presents for practice owners. Due to the many “hats” I wear, I am in
constant communication with practice owners all across the country. From
consulting and coaching PTs from large practices (with multiple locations in
multiple states) to coaching PTs with single locations – they all pretty much
have the same concerns for their organizations. They’re racking their minds to
figure out how to successfully treat their patients while running a profitable
business. We stand at the leading edge of a revolution in physical therapy,
boldly proclaiming a more excellent and lucrative way for physical therapists.
No longer do they have to be held hostage to the same limiting codes and
restrictions for treating patients. No longer do they have to settle for
substandard averages for their per-visit reimbursement rates. No longer do they
have to try and survive from the crumbs insurance companies leave us.

We have the answers they want and the answers they need. We have
the advanced technology, mentorship and systems that allow for true,
professional autonomy and unparalleled patient care. We are positioning
ourselves to be the advocates for the private practice owner.

Very briefly, here is how our solution works.

To treat a problem, we must know the cause of the problem. The wrong diagnosis in treatment can not only prolong
the patient’s suffering, worry, and disability, but it can also be costly; even 
dangerous to our patients. There are the usual tests that can be done, all of
the X-rays, MRI’s, and the blood tests. What if all of those tests come back
normal and we don’t have enough information to provide a good diagnosis?  In many cases, there is a quick easy and
reliable test that helps us to pinpoint the cause of the patient’s problem and
begin proper, effective treatment.

Electromyography, nerve conduction studies and musculoskeletal ultrasound provide doctors and physical
therapists with viable information about the integrity of joints, nerves, and
muscles. These tests can help you reach the correct diagnosis and achieve the
appropriate management or treatment for your patient’s condition.

Listening to a patient’s problem, obtaining a good history, and a careful physical examination is extremely
important for getting the correct diagnosis. Adding diagnostic testing helps to
confirm the diagnosis and get to the root of the problem quickly. This helps
the physical therapist to help his/her patients quickly and effectively.

With each new partner that joins HODS, we are making a larger dent in the physical therapy universe. With each
new partner, our cause gains another set of voices for fairness and dignity
within our profession. When we first started HODS, it was just me, my partner
Dr. Kostas Rizopoulos along with our CEO, Craig Ferreira. Now, we have dozens
and dozens of physical therapists in over 17 states and over 100 facilities
taking the HODS revolution to their states. As a company and as a family of
partners, we’re only just getting started. The best is yet to come and I’m glad
you’re here with us for the ride.

Don’t forget to grab a  free issue of the entire digital magazine here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/#open-overlay

If you would like a free physical copy of the magazine click here: http://ptmadeeasy.com/magazine-offer/

Here’s To Your Continued Success,

 

Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing

 

PS If you would like to offer patients a much more accurate diagnosis while dramatically increasing your revenues, schedule a free strategy session:
http://HODSMeeting.com

 

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