Physical Therapy Consulting Firm PTM Adds Four Orthopaedic Surgery Groups as Clients

Physical Therapy Compliance
April 7, 2015
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Phoenix, Ariz. – April 7, 2015 – PT Management Support Systems (PTM), a nationwide physical therapy consulting firm for physicians and hospitals seeking improvements for their physical and occupational therapy (PT/OT) practices, announced it has added four new clients to its roster of orthopaedic groups.

PTM is pleased to be providing the following PT/OT consulting services:

  • Physical therapy (PT) benchmarking, valuation and strategic planning services for Orthopedic Surgery Specialists of Park Ridge, Illinois.
  • PT benchmarking and financial consulting services for Sierra Pacific Orthopaedic & Spine Center, an orthopaedic surgery group based in Fresno, California.
  • Practice valuation and related strategic planning for Sierra Regional Spine Institute, an orthopaedic surgery group based in Reno, Nevada.
  • PT data tracking, analysis and benchmarking of its physical and hand therapy programs at Sports Medicine Oregon, an orthopaedic surgery group based in Portland, Oregon.

PTM Founder and President Cary Edgar and his team bring decades of experience gained helping dozens of outpatient PT/OT practices across the country. Their goal for new clients’ is to quickly assess and pinpoint areas of potential improvement for ancillary PT practices, then rapidly implement recommendations to boost profitability.

PTM also offers educational webinars to further assist its clients and other physician groups, such as its upcoming webinar on April 9th: Top Ancillary PT Questions Answered.

About PTM

PT Management Support Systems (PTM) is a nationwide physical therapy consulting and management firm that improves the performance of physical and occupational therapy programs for physician groups, hospitals and health systems. Its highly experienced PT consultants maximize efficiencies and profitability for clients by focusing three critical areas: PT compliance, finances and operations. Its troubleshooting, assessments and audits of physical therapy practices pinpoint areas that need attention, followed by concrete recommendations for improvement or assistance implementing necessary changes. Learn more at