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    can I leave my position as director and start my own?

    There is a physical therapy chain in the town I want to live in. They offer director positions to run individual clinics. Would it be bad practice to work there for a while, learn their ways, then start my own clinic in the same town and possibly franchise out or be the chief operator of a a few clinics of my own in the same town or elsewhere? I feel like if you work somewhere, you can form relationships, and then when you leave you may form some enemies or is that just how business works.
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    What you describe is common. This is why they will ask you to sign a non-compete contract promising not to open your own PT clinics in the same area within a certain amount of time. (If that time is too long, a court will nullify the non-compete, but a year is easily enforceable.)
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