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“20 Plus Clinics and Growing”
A lot of physical therapists don’t consider what it takes to be great businessman or businesswoman and invest the time and energy into that like they did to become good physical therapists. Blaine Stimac is one of the more successful PT owners who has 23 practices across four states and was ranked #255 on the Inc. 5000 list in 2017.
Professional Therapy Associates Continually Evolving and Embracing Approaching Healthcare Reform –?PRWeb, April 29th, 2013
With the Affordable Care Act looming over the healthcare industry, many healthcare providers have found it necessary to adapt to the potential changes. Montana physical therapy clinic, Professional Therapy Associates (PTA), expects an increase in patient demand and plans to extend its services by implementing new programs aimed at improving the overall health of its patients. While 60% healthcare providers believe that healthcare reform will negatively impact patient care, PTA CEO and owner, Blaine Stimac, is embracing the upcoming changes and is readily preparing to meet the predicted demand and broaden PTA’s reach.?Read more…
Meeting of the Minds: Roundtable on operating a Physical Therapy Practice – ADVANCE article 1/21/13
Much speculation has followed landmark 2012 healthcare events such as the Supreme Court’s ruling affirming the Affordable Care Act, new Medicare qualifiers and cap implementation, and proposed cuts to the physician fee schedule that were caught up in discussions involving the “fiscal cliff”. Read More…
Flathead Beacon, November 8th, 2012 – Preparing for change
Amid an ongoing political scuffle, the exact details of how the nation’s health care system will change in the coming years remains unclear. But instead of sitting around and waiting to see what happens, local business owner Blaine Stimac is taking a proactive approach and adapting to the evolving medical marketplace…?Read more…
Daily Interlake, November 13th, 2012 – Therapy practice goes different direction
Facing the uncertain world of health-care reform, Blaine Stimac, a physical therapist and owner of Professional Therapy Associates, ignored the trend of health-care providers fleeing private practices for jobs in a hospital setting.
“We’ve grown to four locations, we employ 13 physical therapists and we’re actually trying to expand,” he said. “We just expanded with two additional clinics that we will be acquiring in Lakeside and Polson here in the next month.”…?Read more…
Professional Therapy Associates sponsors Huckleberry 100 Mile Bike Race
Professional Therapy Associates, a Kalispell-based physical therapy organization for over two decades, has taken on a gold sponsorship for the Sept. 15, 2012 Huckleberry 100, a grueling 102-mile bicycle race in and around Flathead Valley through multiple kinds of terrain – farmland, mountains, valleys, glaciers and towns. Read More…
When I first became a private practice owner 10 years ago I had a vision of how great and rewarding it was going to be to run my own clinic. During the first couple of years I was happy that our practice was becoming known and that we were making it in a competitive market. However, by year three reality started to set in and the original vision and excitement I had about running my own PT practice started to be questioned. By year six, I was burnt out and I wondered if it was really “worth it” to be a private practice owner. To tell you the truth, I had considered quitting. Then I said to myself, “You are a damn good PT, but you do NOT know what you are doing when it comes to running a business”. This is the smartest thing I have said to myself since starting in private practice. Read More…
PRWeb, February 27th, 2013 – Professional Therapy Associates Recent Case Study Demonstrates Physical Therapy to be Effective on Chronic Back Pain
Back pain affects 80% of Americans at some point in their lives. Montana physical therapy, Professional Therapy Associates(PTA), recently treated a patient and successfully eliminated his chronic back pain. Over 60% of people who come to PTA seek spine and/or back pain relief. Physical therapists at the clinic devised an individualized treatment plan to rid the dockworker of his pain, finding and treating the cause of the problem rather than just masking the symptoms. Read more…
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