A Sensory based OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE, started in 2015 and housed within a longstanding SPEECH THERAPY PRACTICE is available for sale. The practice is located in Morganville, New Jersey within a professional medical park that has two pediatrician offices with good existing referral … Continue reading
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Beautiful and contemporary outpatient Physical Therapy facility looking for a Licensed O.T. to lease space for their practice. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who has an established patient base or someone looking to start their own practice. The … Continue reading
RunJumpRoll, a well established and highly regarded gross motor/sensory gym in the Park Slope/ Gowanus family neighborhood has openings in the new year for both Physical and Occupational Therapists. PHYSICAL THERAPISTS – maternity coverage starting January/February 2017 for 6-week+ maternity … Continue reading
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Years of consulting with therapists in private practice has meant helping hundreds of therapists make informed decisions about key aspects of their practice. Therapists who are optimists, pessimists, ruminators, and procrastinators. Some are analytical, others instinctive. Many have (far too … Continue reading
Many therapists and other medical professionals remain conflicted when it comes to Yelp – should they encourage patients to review them on Yelp or stay with more controlled ( and possible less credible) testimonials planted on their website. Clinicians and … Continue reading
Barbara Beskind, an Occupational Therapist going STRONG at age 92 gets a great mention in this week’s NY Times. Hacks Can Ease the Trials of Aging By Marie Tae McDermott August 15, 2016 6:00 am When Barbara Beskind, 92, had … Continue reading