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Here you will find our selection of free and paid-for resources for clinics and professionals to help boost patient engagement & retention as well as resources to help improve your clinical communication, education, and clinic management. We also offer a wide array of evidence-based clinical resources from exercise handouts to post-operative rehabilitation protocols.

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Do you survey patients? If your clinic doesn't, it should start. A well-designed survey provides your clinic with insights it can use to both improve patient satisfaction and improve marketing…

Do you work in an outpatient therapy clinic treating shoulders? Have you ever had to treat a patient recovering from a total shoulder replacement surgery? Have you always felt intimidated…

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Referrals, Caseload,¬†Retention, & Trends Data Collected: 09/11/19-10/30/19 Report Produced By: Rafael E. Salazar II, MHS, OTR/L   This survey was completed in the latter part of 2019 and provides some…

Creating high-impact patient experiences for your clinic or healthcare organization Happy, satisfied patients are the lifeblood of any practice or clinic. It's what ensures patients show up for their appointments,…

Do you work in a clinic or rehab center with patients diagnosed with frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis? Have you been looking for an assessment tool to show functional limitations…

Do you work in an outpatient therapy clinic treating shoulders? Have you ever had to treat a patient recovering from a total shoulder replacement surgery? Have you always felt intimidated…

Here is a free, simple patient satisfaction survey that can help you get an overall idea of how your clinic is doing in meeting the expectations and needs of your…

Shoulder pain can typically be caused by muscular imbalances within the shoulder. As a general rule, there are certain muscles or muscle groups that are typically too strong, too weak,…