• The Secret to Acquiring 13k Patients with Rudy Haberzettl

    The Secret to Acquiring 13k Patients with Rudy Haberzettl
    So, we figured "Why not put the physical therapists right where the source of the problem is, right there with the employer?" And headed on right away, rather than waiting until the employee goes to a doctor or finally comes around to physical therapists. Because for the most part, physical therapists seem to be at the end of the problem, rather than the very beginning with that. And that's just kind of how our healthcare system is set up. It's very reactive and they wait until a problem happens.

    Read More...

  • Learn How Personal Challenges Can Help Grow Your Practice?

    Learn How Personal Challenges Can Help Grow Your Practice?
    I was diagnosed with adrenal fatigue, and from there, I just stepped into learning everything I could do to heal myself.I am healthier now,than I've ever been. And when I took this perspective of functional nutrition, kind of looking at the root cause from a biochemical standpoint of what was going on in my body, you know, from the endocrinology perspective, and brought it with me to my pelvic pain patients, I began to realize that that was a real big missing piece in my physical therapy practice.

    Read More...

  • What’s YOUR Marketing Budget for 2014?

    What’s YOUR Marketing Budget for 2014?
    You have to ask yourself, how many hours a week am I planning my marketing? How much a month am I planning my marketing? And again, if you ask the average practice owner, this is very, very limited amount. It's something that they're not confronting, or afraid to confront, or just don't know how. And so they're not putting down on paper how am I going to reach this goal with my marketing activities. And so, with the planning of your marketing activities, whether it's going to be online, offline, all of those kinds of things, is going to be the right estimation of what it's going to take to hit that goal. So I want my practice to grow from 100 patient visits a week to 200 patient visits a week this year. Well, how am I going to do that and what's it going to take to get there? So, do I have the right budget? Do I have the right amount of personnel? Who am I going to use to help me hit those targets? And one thing that I've come across over the years is that many practice owners want the new patients, but they really don't budget very well to achieve that. Ideally, a practice should be investing about....

    Read More...

  • Get a 110% New Revenue Stream with Barry Khan

    Get a 110% New Revenue Stream with Barry Khan
    Over time, we realized that our products translate very well to the injured population. You don't have to be an elite athlete to need compression and ice. And that leads us down to the place where we are today, launching our business into the clinical space which is orthopedic, physical therapists, chiropractors, anybody who puts their hands on a patient and would have that patient benefit directly from a really compliant and simple compression and ice platform...

    Read More...

  • The NEW Online Home Exercise Program- MYRXX.com -Founder Dr. Scott Levine

    The NEW Online Home Exercise Program- MYRXX.com -Founder Dr. Scott Levine
    Competition doesn't mean anything, because there are so many people that need our services that aren't using our services, from chiropractic massage, physical therapy, everything. We who do this profession know that everyone can benefit from our services. "I mean, you didn't view your competition as competition, which I coach a lot of my clients on their mindset as well, the same way. It's an opportunity". I thought that was a great line. You should think of competition as an opportunity".

    Read More...

  • How to Implement Balance Wear into your Practice w/ Dr Cindy Gibson-Horn

    How to Implement Balance Wear into your Practice w/  Dr Cindy Gibson-Horn
    Do you have a prodcut idea that can help not only patients but clinicians as well? I meet so many clinicians across the board that have amazing ideas but they do not implement them. That's the biggest take away is that Cindy did, she implemented her idea and had enough knowledge to realize that you couldn't do everything yourself, so obviously to obtain the grants, the researchers, you let them do what they were good at which is obviously is obtaining the research; and not having a biased aspect of it as well so your company doesn't have a big role in it. That's basically part of the marketing strategy.

    Read More...

  • How to BEAT a Medicare Audit with Dr. Joshua Cohen

    How to BEAT a Medicare Audit with Dr. Joshua Cohen
    If a physical therapist did the correct documentation, a staff physical therapist did the correct documentation, they would make their practice owner easily an extra $12,000 a month. This is all because most physical therapists do not document everything....

    Read More...

  • Why Your Practice is Losing Money w/ Dr Lyn Dteffes

    Why Your Practice is Losing Money w/ Dr Lyn Dteffes
    I guess I have always been a person that believed if you didn't like something you have to be a part of the change, so I have been involved with the private practice section. I was on the board of directors, served a three year term, came off last November and am still involved. I can tell you that the job is large. It just kills me when a practice says, "Well, APTA is supposed to market us." There is a level of marketing and PR going on, although it could always be more. But I believe what the private practice section has been trying to do is to create tools to empower practices to market promote themselves, work with pairs, and I think if you watch the media and you follow health care reform and Obama care, whatever side of the aisle that you live on, you know that the problems are incredibly complex. No matter how right you are on an issue, it doesn't' mean that you get your way.

    Read More...

  • Start a Private Practice on a ShoeString Budget- A candid look inside the mind of serial entrepreneur Sameer Kumar Esq

    Start a Private Practice on a ShoeString Budget- A candid look inside the mind of serial entrepreneur Sameer Kumar Esq
    Hey, you got a lawyer, you got a guy who has a PT practice. Why the hell should I listen to one or the other because I have a PT practice or I have a law practice?' Here's the thing that I think me and Joe leaned really early on in our marketing. It doesn't matter where the ideas come from. If they are good ideas and you can take them and you can apply them to your own business, you can make a ton of money. I know I talk about the good drive through. People say, 'Oh, well that's for fast food'. No, it's for dry cleaners, it's for pharmacies, it's for restaurants. All of these have drive-thru's. It's just one idea the transcends all industries

    Read More...

  • The Key to Corporate Health Services provided by Dr Kelly Lease

    The Key to Corporate Health Services provided by Dr Kelly Lease
    So once you demonstrated your value to the host company, they realized that the partner that they thought they had wasn't really providing as much value as they needed, and it was really the therapist that provided the most value. So they almost basically cut the middle man out, basically, and just took you on board, and you accepted the deal, which is great. But from your experience, how would someone approach a corporate atmosphere? Would you say, if you had to do it all again, would you, with your experience now, and, say, with the experience with J&J, and you were asked to approach . . . we'll call them XYZ Corporate Office. How would you approach that corporate office now?

    Read More...

Powered by WishList Member - Membership Software