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How Are Physical Therapy Transactions Structured?

By Private Practice Transitions on Mar 2, 2022 11:00:00 AM

Generally speaking, when an investor wishes to acquire a business from its holders, the parties will agree on terms in the form of a purchase and sale agreement. The agreement will outline, among other things, the assets being transferred in an asset sale or the stock/membership interest being transferred if the investor is taking the business “turnkey.” In this way, the question of who owns the enterprise, and its assets, after the transaction has closed should be indisputable. 

Topics: Physical Therapists Physical Therapy Business Transactions Transaction Structures
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Buying a Physical Therapy Clinic? How to Compete Against Large Buyers

By Justin Farmer on Oct 26, 2020 2:00:00 AM

Approximately 50% of physical therapy practices are known as “onesies” and “twosies.” This means that the practice is owned and operated by one physical therapist that runs one or two clinics. Although this business structure works very well for the physical therapist who owns the business, it also means the marketplace is fragmented, and many therapists are finding it more difficult to go up against big buyers.

Topics: Buyers Physical Therapists
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Common Mistakes When Buying a Physical Therapy Practice

By Justin Farmer on Sep 30, 2020 2:12:02 AM

Buying a physical therapy practice can be a lucrative investment. However, regardless of the financial decisions you have made in your life, it is likely going to be stressful. It is easy to make any number of mistakes along the way, and any one of those errors could set you back, both financially and in opening your clinic. Below are the most common mistakes people make when buying a physical therapy clinic, and how to avoid them.

Topics: Buyers Physical Therapists
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How Much is a Physical Therapy Practice Worth? How to Value Your Physical Therapy Practice.

By Tanya Farmer on Jul 29, 2020 7:46:00 AM

Valuing a physical therapy practice is part art, part science, and part math. Generally, the math and science, which we discuss below, is more easily calculated. It is the art – knowing how to sell a business and to whom – where true value is realized. For purposes of this article, we will discuss the valuation of a physical therapy practice where a controlling interest and/or 100% of assets are sold. 

Topics: Business Owners Physical Therapists Sellers