When one therapist loses productivity, it’s a problem.

When therapists throughout a 6-office practice lose productivity, it’s a catastrophe.

That is why therapist productivity is often chief among a PT clinic’s business concerns. Therapists’ valuable time is chipped away by administrative and compliance demands, but the right technology can reverse that cycle and return productivity to profitability.

Listen to this podcast and hear R. Dean Hasse, PT, discuss the technology tools his multi-office clinic uses to help support therapists in accounting for their time, reduce idle time and keep schedules filled.

Dean Hasse, PT

Dean Hasse, PT

R. Dean Hasse, PT, ANMT, is president and owner of Cherry Creek Wellness Center, an outpatient rehabilitation and wellness practice with 6 offices throughout the Denver area.

Hasse graduated from Northwestern University in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in biology/ biochemistry, and went on to earn a master’s degree in physical therapy (PT) from the University of Michigan in 1993. He began practice thereafter.

In 1999 Hasse completed a certification in massage therapy and in 2002 gained advanced training in neuromuscular massage therapy in. Hasse has taken numerous continuing education courses in physical therapy, including a program focused on spinal manipulation. His focus has been treating complex spinal disorders, TMJ disorders and soft-tissue injuries, of which have all become specialties offered among the six offices of his Cherry Creek Wellness Center practice.

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