Newsletter Station

Email Marketing For Physical Therapists

If you send your customers tips and ideas focused on their health and wellbeing, they'll always think of you when they need physical therapy services or are asked for a recommendation.

The two perfect tools for the job are an engaging and informative email newsletter combined with matching social media posts. Pulling all this content together is challenging, so let us do it for you.

We update your physical therapy business email newsletter weekly with engaging, informative, and entertaining content. Then we automatically send your newsletter to your contacts. To double the impact, we also automatically post the updated content to your social media accounts. Learn more.

Eliminate the task of building a professional email marketing campaign for your physical therapy business. And eliminate the stress of finding the content.

With the Free Plan, you manage the sending process yourself. With the Pro Plan, we automate the sending process for you. Either way, weekly content updates are included. Start with a Free Plan. Paid plans are only $29.00 to $49.00/month.

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Your Therapy Business Newsletter



Informative, Engaging, Educational, and Fun
 
 
Thousands have already experienced our advanced method of treatment and found freedom from a painful vice-like hold over their health and their lives. Kiss your pain and numbness goodbye.
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Lucia Stone
Movement in Motion
4842 Scott Street
Highland Falls, NY 10928
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Tips and ideas focused on your health and your wellbeing.
APPOINTMENTS | RESOURCES | ABOUT US
November 30, 2022
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10 Benefits of Chiropractic Care
At least 70 million in the United States deal with some type of chronic pain. In fact, low back pain is the second most common reason Americans see their doctor. Many people are interested in finding alternatives to medication for pain relief. Chiropractic treatment is one potential pain management option, especially …
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Many pregnant people report lower back and pelvic pain at some point during their pregnancy. Acupuncture is becoming increasingly popular as a …
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Your newsletter is custom branded with your logo, photos, address info, and website links.
Your email newsletter includes articles and engaging content updated every week.
Paid plans includes an optional top-page message plus your own ads to promote anything you wish.
Your email newsletter is designed to look great and easy to read on any device.
All plans include two weekly posts to your social media accounts.
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With paid plans, everything is managed for you so you can focus on what you do best.
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Submit this form we'll build your physical therapy business newsletter template.
Please be patient, we'll follow up via email within two days.
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Week after week, your physical therapy business newsletter will consistently reinforce your brand message.
You enhance your credibility and trust by sharing informative and entertaining information.
The leading-edge newsletter design looks perfect on computers, tablets, and phones.
The frequency of your engaging physical therapy business newsletter will keep you top-of-mind year-round.
Using a face on your marketing help establish your physical therapy business as friendly and relatable.
Your patients will think of your physical therapy business first when asked for a recommendation.