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Value of a Pain Relief Clinic with Physiotherapists in a General Outpatient Clinic

Pain experienced by patients can vary from very mild to extreme, and it can be localized or widespread, depending on the cause. The word “pain” itself is derived from the Latin word “poena,” which means a fine or penalty (1). Pain is the most common reason for…

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Adding ancillary services carries monetary benefits, but poses risks

Independent physicians have the flexibility to add services and treatments to their clinic as patient or market demands change. Although a new procedure, test, or other service can mean more revenue and patients for your clinic, it is not a decision to be taken lightly. Each new service carries its… 

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Real estate costs make launching a practice unaffordable for some

Among the many costs associated with launching a clinic, rapidly escalating real estate prices in major cities are often the primary reason that new doctors are unable to open their own practice. But some young physicians have financed a practice with family money, and have even secured bank loans. Key… 

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Before you buy (or lease): What Indian doctors need to know about opening a medical clinic

Key Point: When you are planning to open a new clinic, experts say that it’s important to assess where you’re at in your career and to make a decision about leasing, buying, or other options in the context of your overarching financial goals. Timing is everything, especially for doctors starting… 

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