The Pros and Cons of Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice

Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practices: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Starting a cash-based physical therapy practice is a big undertaking, and before doing so, one must consider both the positives and the drawbacks of doing so. 

It isn’t necessarily the best option for all physical therapy clinics to operate as a 100% cash-based practice at every location.

In this EIM article, Dr. Heidi Jannenga with WebPT talks with MovementX Chief Operations Officer, Dr. Keaton Ray, about the pros and cons of cash-based physical therapy practice…

  1. The good (reduced administrative burden and greater financial freedom)
  2. The bad (staying compliant with commercial insurance regulations)
  3. The ugly (accessibility inequities and advocacy limitations)


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