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New Upper Extremity Techniques and CPT Coding

Hand therapists, raise your hands! We want you to get the most out of your BTE equipment. That means exploring […]

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We Talked Revenue and Engagement with a Clinic Manager

Metropolitan Occupational Therapy, Inc. (MOT) has led Washington D.C. in work rehabilitation for 25 years. Now with BTE’s PrimusRS, MOT’s Workers’ […]

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Travel for Occupational Therapists

Staffing shortages in the medical field complicate hiring practices. As medical facilities take measures to keep up with new regulations, […]

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Customer Testimonials in a Fresh Light: How to Use Them to Fuel Your Clinic’s Business

“Don’t just take our word for it, hear what our customers have to say.” Sounds familiar, right? This marketing line […]

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Exploring Treatment Options for Lateral Epicondylitis

Despite its nickname ‘tennis elbow,’  a relatively small percentage of lateral epicondylitis cases result from actually playing a racket sport. […]

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I Have “Bursitis.” So What Does That Mean?

There are many times in life where we physically just can no longer tolerate discomfort or pain associated with activities of daily living (ADL) or sports activities. This can be a result of Bursitis. In this post we will discuss exactly what Bursitis and what you can do about it.