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Do You Know Back Pain Can Be A Medical Emergency?

Do You Know Back Pain Can Be A Medical Emergency?

What is a Back Pain Medical Emergency? You might well be thinking that a Back Pain Medical Emergency is when your back is really, really painful. But, you'd be wrong! The NHS Website offers the following: When to get immediate medical advice You should contact your GP...

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THE LATEST ‘RUNNING A SUCCESSFUL CLINIC’ POSTS

Local Search #4

Local Search #4

This week's expert content is: The Difference-Making Local Ranking Factor of 2020 New Google My Business Settings For Business Notifications Google My Business Really, Really, Really Wants Your Photos The Difference-Making Local Ranking Factor of 2020 TIDINGS.COM...

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Patient Content #4

Patient Content #4

This week's expert content is: Why You Feel Stiff and Tight PREMAX.CO In his blog post, Randall Cooper discusses why patients report that they feel stiff. I have a biased sample, but everyone is telling me they feel tight, or stiff. Whether it’s a stiff lower back,...

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Clinic Matters #4

Clinic Matters #4

This week's expert content is all about Branding: Why Going Cheap on Your Branding Is One of the Worst Mistakes You Can Make The Psychology of Brand Loyalty: 5 Key Takeaways 4 Strategies That Drive Brand Loyalty Why Going Cheap on Your Branding Is One of the Worst...

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Patient Content #3

Patient Content #3

This week's expert content is: The One Leg Physio Gardening Pain-free from Pursuit Physiotherapy European Tour Performance Institute on Twitter The One Leg Physio ONELEG.PHYSIO     The average person can't balance on one leg for more than 34 seconds. Can...

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Bing The Forgotten Engine :-(

Bing The Forgotten Engine 🙁

Once upon a time, there was a forgotten but proud little engine called Bing. However, there is a big Green Engine in the yard and the Fat Boss of the Internet likes to give nearly all of his work to him. His name is Google. Read to the end and find out how the forgotten little engine Bing could easily make you £1,120 on a regular basis!

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Is Your Physio Clinic Listed On Google?

Is Your Physio Clinic Listed On Google?

It is essential that you know the answer to "Is your physio clinic listed and verified on Google?" Let me help you and walk you through the steps you need to take to find out if yours is... This is the 2nd article of 4 in a short series titled "FREE PHYSIOTHERAPY...

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Physio First Members Are Hopeless On Google

Physio First Members Are Hopeless On Google

Physio First Members Are Hopeless Online In this study of 500 Physio First Clinics, only 8% achieved... THE STUDY I went through the Physio First 'Find a Therapist' Directory working alphabetically through the locations starting in Aberdeen. I noted each practice and...

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How To Create a Google Account for Physios

How To Create a Google Account for Physios

A Google account is necessary to register for a few key services that Google supply. Why Physiotherapists Need a Google Account You need an Account to register your clinic on Google My Business which is essential to your Clinic Online Visibility. If you think that you...

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