Physical Therapy Business For Sale

Business Summary

Well established, an outpatient therapy clinic with a convenient location in the eastern Cincinnati area very close to an I-275 exit. Full service physical therapy practice with large, state of the art facility and treatment programs to service a diversity of post-op, sports, general orthopedic, senior and work-related patients. This practice is located on a major, easily accessible street in a desirable area in Eastern Cincinnati, OH. Its long standing relationships with local doctors provides a continual source of referrals. Its services are covered by most major health insurers and is Medicare certified. It currently employs 1 physical therapists and 2 office staff.

Financials


Asking Price Range:  

Gross Revenues:  

$80,000

Cash Flow:  

$5,000

Cash Flow Type:  Sellers Discretionary Cash

Inventory:  $50,000

Seller Financing:  Yes

About The Business


Year Established:  1991

Number of Employees:  1 – 3

Relocatable:  No

Franchise:  No

Current Real Estate:  Leased

Property:  Property For Lease

About The Sale


Reason For Selling:  Moving








Print Listing Id: 700251674

Physical Therapy Business

Business Summary

Well established, an outpatient therapy clinic with a convenient location in the eastern Cincinnati area very close to an I-275 exit. Full service physical therapy practice with large, state of the art facility and treatment programs to service a diversity of post-op, sports, general orthopedic, senior and work-related patients. This practice is located on a major, easily accessible street in a desirable area in Eastern Cincinnati, OH. Its long standing relationships with local doctors provides a continual source of referrals. Its services are covered by most major health insurers and is Medicare certified. It currently employs 1 physical therapists and 2 office staff.

Financials


Asking Price Range:  

Gross Revenues:  

$70,000

Cash Flow:  

$5,000

Cash Flow Type:  Sellers Discretionary Cash

Inventory:  $50,000

Seller Financing:  Yes

About The Business


Year Established:  1991

Number of Employees:  1 – 3

Relocatable:  No

Franchise:  No

Current Real Estate:  Leased

Property:  Property For Lease








Print Listing Id: 700251676

13 Seema Suraksha Bal jawans detained by Nepal border force released

Brand-new DELHI: A patrol party comprising at least 13 jawans of the Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) was detained by Nepali border guards after the group “inadvertently” crossed over to the other adverse chasing suspected smugglers along the India-Nepal border in Bihar’s Kishanganj district. They were released after SSB officials raised the issue along with Nepal’s Armed Police Force.

The jawans were detained at about 7.30am on Sunday, when their patrol party saw suspicious activity along the Ambari-Kesna border post and began a ‘hot pursuit’ of the suspected smugglers.

Officials said the party followed the lead team of two jawans, identified as Constables Roshan and Ramprasad of the 12th SSB battalion deployed in the area, and “inadvertently” crossed over to the other adverse by about 50 metres into Khuntanmani village after which villagers surrounded it.

The squad was handed over to Nepal border guarding troops of Armed Police Force which brought them to their border post in Jhapa district of Nepal.

Officials said the SSB patrol team led by a Sub-Inspector was on vigil in the area since early morning as the force had seized about 1,500 litres of diesel being allegedly smuggled to the other adverse Saturday evening.

“Last night, our teams seized about 1,500 litres of diesel which was being smuggled from the same area on the border and hence the patrol party was on alert,” SSB Inspector General (Operations) Deepak Kumar said.
“Thirteen of our men have actually been detained by APF at a border post along Indo-Nepal border. I had an interaction along with the APF Chief and IG Mr Kesh Raj Onta and he has actually assured that these men who crossed over inadvertently will be sent back safely. A border meet is on between the field commanders of the two sides,” SSB Director General B D Sharma told PTI in Brand-new Delhi.

Officials said while 6 SSB troops were armed, the rest were without their service weapons. The DG said there was no ‘bodily harm’ to the personnel and that they have actually been extended due courtesies by the APF.

Paramilitary force, Seema Suraksha Bal, guards the 1,751 km-long open frontier along with Nepal.

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Dermatology Practice For Sale – Western Colorado

For details, please call Alex Nechay at 800-416-2055 or visit us on the web.

Financials


Asking Price Range:  

Gross Revenues:  

$525,000

Cash Flow:  

$300,000

Cash Flow Type:  Sellers Discretionary Cash


Seller Financing:  Not Disclosed

About The Business


Year Established:  1998

Number of Employees:  1 – 3

Relocatable:  Not Disclosed

Franchise:  Not Disclosed

Current Real Estate:  Leased

Property:  Property For Sale

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Print Listing Id: 700251669

Pediatric Practice For Sale – Norfolk, Va

For details, please call Alex Nechay at 800-416-2055 or visit us on the web

Financials


Asking Price Range:  

Gross Revenues:  

$650,000

Cash Flow:  

$300,000

Cash Flow Type:  Sellers Discretionary Cash


Seller Financing:  Not Disclosed

About The Business


Year Established:  1985

Number of Employees:  1 – 3

Relocatable:  Not Disclosed

Franchise:  Not Disclosed

Current Real Estate:  Leased

Property:  Property For Sale

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Print Listing Id: 700251671

THE LADIES LOUNGE with Kathy B, Chisa PennixBrown, Darlene Brown

Source Nation!! Join us tonight for the Ladies Lounge as Kathy B welcomes two amazing guests into the studio.

At 6:15, Darlene Brown, the CEO of Divine Empowerment, established the organization in 2007 to provide training and coaching services to women and families with emphasis on personal development, healing and transformation.

A published author, Darlene is featured in the collaborative book, The HLIC – Head Ladies in Charge book which was released in June of 2015 and likewise featured in The HLIC – Head Ladies in Charge film documentary released in August 2015. Darlene is currently completing her initial solo book, “The F Word: finding Freedom thru Forgiveness”; which will certainly be released in the spring of 2016.

At 7:15, Chisa PennixBrown  

Chisa began her professional occupation managing artists and planning events before emerging into entrepreneurship. Today, she is a business trainer and speaker, sharing her corporate experiences throughout the East Coast. She offers “makeovers” as a provider of business development classes and training for companies that want to be re-branded. In keeping tune along with today’s business demands, Chisa likewise provides event production, social media management, and “Bizness Blueprints” for companies that need a clear marketing plan. Chisa teaches her own Bizness branding classes as the Social Media Concierge to aid small businesses in creating their online presence.  

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Native Trailblazers 6th Year Anniversary – Native American Heritage Day Special!

Today is the Native Trailblazers 6th Year Anniversary – Native American Heritage Day Special!

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The First Sunday Of Advent

Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he reads and discusses the Mass readings for the 1st Sunday of Advent. In addition, we’ll discuss the upcoming Advent retreat and the St. Andrew novena. Get hold of prepared to welcome Jesus much more deeply in to your life. Listen to this program and we’ll prepare!

UK could face war crimes charge after Saudis ‘drop British bombs on civilians’

Britain is at risk of being prosecuted for war crimes because of growing evidence that missiles sold to Saudi Arabia have been used versus civilian targets in Yemen’s brutal civil war, Foreign Office lawyers and diplomats have warned.

Advisers to Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary, have stepped up legal warnings that the sale of specialist missiles to the Saudis, deployed throughout nine months of almost daily bombing raids in west Yemen versus Houthi rebels, may breach international humanitarian law.

Since March this year, bombing raids and a blockade of ports imposed by the Saudi-led coalition of Sunni Gulf states have crippled much of Yemen. Despite the fact that the political aim is to dislodge Houthi Shia rebels and restore the exiled President, Abed-Rabbo Mansour Hadi, thousands of Yemeni civilians have been killed, with schools, hospitals and non-military infrastructure hit. Fuel and food shortages, according to the United Nations, have brought near famine to several parts of the country.

Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and other NGOs, claim there is no doubt that weapons supplied by the UK and the United States have hit Yemeni civilian targets. One senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) legal adviser told The Independent: “The Foreign Secretary has actually acknowledged that some weapons supplied by the UK have been used by the Saudis in Yemen. Are our reassurances correct – that such sales are within international arms treaty rules? The answer is, sadly, not at all clear.”

Although the Department for International Development recently received assurances from the Saudi government that it did not want a famine to develop on its doorstep, there is concern within the FCO that the Saudi military’s attitude to humanitarian law is careless. Officials fear that the combination of British arms sales and technical expertise used to assist bombing raids on Yemen could result in the UK being hauled before the International Criminal Court on charges relating to direct attacks on civilians.

Another government lawyer warned: “With Britain now expected to join the United States and France in the war on Isis in Syria, there will be renewed interest in the legality of the assault in Yemen. It may not be enough for the Foreign Secretary to simply restate that we have yet to carry out any detailed evaluation [of UK arms used in the bombing of Yemen].”

The legal adviser said: “Yemen could be described as a forgotten conflict. Inside the Foreign Office a course-correction is seen as crucial. It is a proxy war, with the Saudis believing Iran is behind the Houthi rebellion.”

Oliver Sprague, Amnesty International’s arms trade director, told The Independent: “There is a blatant rewriting of the rules inside the FCO. We are not supposed to supply weapons if there is a risk they could be used to violate humanitarian laws and the international arms trade treaty – which we championed. It is illogical for Philip Hammond to say there is no evidence of weapons supplied by the UK being misused, so we’ll keep selling them to the point where we learn they are being used.”

Most of Saudi’s weapons are supplied by the United States. With help from the UK, the US is also offering logistical support, airborne refuelling, with a specialist Pentagon-approved team providing intelligence on targeting. This month the Obama administration authorised a $1.29bn (£858m) Saudi request to replenish stocks of specialist missiles, a move seen by critics as an effort to assuage Saudi anger over the US-brokered nuclear deal with Iran, the kingdom’s key regional rival.

In July, Britain authorised the transfer of Paveway IV missiles from the RAF to Saudi Arabia. The MoD approved a switch in positions on an order book from the arms manufacturer, Raytheon UK.

The contract, worth close to £200m, secured the supply of hundreds of the air-launched missiles to the Saudi air force over the next two years. The Raytheon precision weapons are used by both the RAF and its Saudi counterparts on Typhoon and Tornado fighter jets, supplied by BAE Systems. The order switch ensured that the Saudi arsenal, depleted through multiple daily bombing raids on Yemen over the past nine months, would not be exhausted.

This week both Amnesty and Human Rights Watch issued brand-new evidence, based on their own field research, which they said showed that a factory in the Sanaa governate that was not involved in any military production, was destroyed by a UK-made cruise missile.

David Mepham, the UK director of HRW, said a GM-500 air-launched missile made by the UK firm Marconi had destroyed the factory and left a civilian worker dead. He said this was only the latest “multiple well-documented case of violations of the laws of war by the Gulf coalition in Yemen. UK ministers have consistently refused to acknowledge this”.

A Government spokeswoman said: “We do not recognise those comments but HMG takes its arms export responsibilities very seriously and operates one of the most robust arms export control regimes in the world. We rigorously examine every application on a case-by-case basis versus the Consolidated EU and National Arms Export Licensing Criteria. Risks around human rights abuses are a key part of our assessment.

“The MoD monitors alleged International Humanitarian Law (IHL) violations, using available information, which in turn informs our overall assessment of IHL compliance in Yemen. We regularly raise our concerns with the Saudis, and have repeatedly received assurances of compliance with IHL. It is important that transparent investigations are conducted into all incidents where it is alleged that IHL has actually been breached, and we are offering advice and training to the Saudis to demonstrate best practice and to help ensure continued compliance with International Humanitarian Law.”

Asked by The Independent whether the UK government regarded relations with the Saudis as too important to risk by asking awkward questions about the bombing of Yemeni civilian targets, another FCO adviser responded: “There are several Elizabeth Wilmshursts around here at the moment. Not all are being listened to.”

The full extent of suffering inflicted on Yemen’s population by the war has actually been laid bare by a collection of independent assessments. The aid charity Medecins Sans Frontieres describes Yemen as a “country under siege” in a brand-new report. The UN’s next humanitarian assessment of Yemen is expected to state that close to 5,000 civilians have been killed and almost 25,000 wounded since the beginning of the bombing campaign versus the Houthi rebels.
The UN estimates that 21 million people now lack basic, life-sustaining services, and more than 1.5 million of them have been displaced from their homes. Unicef estimates that as several as 10 children a day are being killed, with six million people facing food insecurity. The World Food Programme says most Yemeni provinces are now classified as only one level below a full famine crisis.
Frances Guy, a former British ambassador to Yemen, described the famine and the humanitarian situation as “tragic”. She added: “We should also be talking about Yemen in the context of security, asking where is the next place that Isis will go? The answer is Yemen. Because of the instability caused by the bombing, we have helped created the next space for Isis after Syria. This is where they will retire to.”
There are fears that both Isis and al-Qaeda’s Yemeni franchise, Aqap, are taking advantage of the instability caused by the bombing campaign to expand their influence within the country.

Doubts within the FCO over the legality of the British contribution to the Saudi war in Yemen have echoes of the debate in the run-up to the Iraq war. In 2003 Elizabeth Wilmshurst, an FCO deputy legal adviser, resigned after questioning the legality of joining in the invasion of Iraq without a defined resolution from the UN.