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Re: Are T's without openings better?

Posted by Lemonaide on August 17, 2008, at 5:16:40

In reply to Are T's without openings better?, posted by no_rose_garden on August 15, 2008, at 14:44:04

I am not sure, there are some T's who have so many clients, they can't fit another one in their day if they wanted to. More clients equal more money.

But I think the really good ones, in my view don't have a full load, so they can pick and choose who they want. My T had openings, and I consider him very good, he has a very successful track record in our city, with many years experience. He likes to do trauma stuff because he feels it is his specialty. He likes to keep openings for someone who really needs his help in this area.
So I don't know if you can tell by how full a T is or not. Some T's are cheaper so they fill up quicker because of that, there are so many variables.




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