Have you ever considered owning and operating your own physical therapy practices?

Is someone else unduly benefiting from your hard work, clinical skills and relationships?

Did you work for a "corporate" only to realize the situation is other than what you expected?

Do you long for clinical autonomy and job security?

For over 25 years PRN's Therapist / Partners have enjoyed the financial benefits and freedom of independent clinic ownership, without having to shoulder 100% of the financial or operational burden. Treat patients and nurture your referral relationships and let PRN take care of the rest.

  • Opportunity to joint venture with a sizeable ownership
  • Opportunity to partner in multiple clinics (conditions permitting)
  • Increased financial reward (Salary + Performance Incentive + Ownership)
  • Career growth potential
  • Professional Autonomy and Pride of Ownership
  • Risk diversification
  • Pricing leverage on purchases of equipment and clinic materials
  • Yearly continuing education allowance
  • Semi-annual network sponsored forums to discuss industry issues
  • Lease Negotiation / Clinic Design Consultation / Facility Build-Out


  • Billing
  • Collections
  • Payroll & Human Resources
  • Accounting
  • Legal
  • Purchasing
  • Corporate Work-Comp Marketing
  • Access to pertinant information regarding industry trends, compliance issues, reimbursement issues and billing issues.


I have worked with PRN for 19 years, starting as a staff therapist. Last year, I was able to realize my dream of owning the clinic I had worked so hard to build over the years, thanks to PRN's partnership program. It has been an extremely positive, supportive and rewarding process and I am thankful to Tim and PRN for the opportunity.

Reece C. Jensen, PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Owner/Director of PRN Physical Therapy


My relationship with PRN has provided me the financial, administrative and managerial resources needed to run a progressive, ethical physical therapy practice devoted to delivering patient care at the highest level.

Rob Ortmayer MPT, CSCS


"The Business of Physical Therapy is different from Clinical Physical Therapy. Having graduated from, then establishing an APTA accredited residency program, I felt clinically qualified to go into private practice. Nothing, however, prepared me for swimming with the sharks of the business world. On a daily basis, Property Managers, insurance representatives, office and medical suppliers are making deals and, let me tell you, they don't make deals to benefit you. There is no lonelier feeling than feeling you are being taken advantage of. Joining PRN is like having your big brother show up when the school bully is picking a fight. For instance, when negotiating our lease, PRN saved us $12,000 in tenant improvements. Their support allowed me to do what I do best, creating solid releationships with physicians and our patients. By partnering with PRN I affiliated my self with a winning team that knows the business of physical therapy."

Ron Satow PT


  • Mike Rice
  • Chief Development Officer
  • Phone: (312) 560-6020


  • Bruce McDaniel
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Phone:  (800) 929-4776 x153