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The 2016 Private Practice Section annual conference was held in Las Vegas and I had a blast. That’s especially apparent in this bar-side chat with a group of PT students. Please excuse the background noise and occasional evidence of inebriation. In all seriousness, this group of DPT students were incredibly impressive and had great questions.image-for-pps-2016-part-one-dpt-students Continue reading “CBP 053: My Bar-Side Q&A with DPT Students – PPS Conference Episode Part 1” »

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CBP 052: How to Break Into a Niche Market & Generate Loads of New Patients with Both Offline and Online Marketing

October 13, 2016

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Niche Marketing for private healthcare practices

As competition increases, POPTS and hospital systems horde referrals, and profit margins are squeezed by declining insurance reimbursements, targeting a niche market in which you become the “go-to practice” can be a business-saving move. In this episode, I answer the question of how Carter Physiotherapy is breaking into the ‘Running’ niche market in Austin Texas, […]

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CBP 051: Big Success in a Small Niche – Interview with Angela Wicker-Ramos DPT of Cancer Rehab Austin

September 15, 2016

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When I was writing my first book on the Cash-Based business model years ago, I never would have thought it would serve as a guide and inspiration for a PT to start a cash-pay cancer rehab practice … one block away from my house! Just 6 months ago, Angela Wicker-Ramos PT, DPT started Cancer Rehab […]

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CBP 050: From Newbie to Successful Cash Practice in Less Than 2 Years – Interview with Sarah King DPT

August 18, 2016

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Sarah King DPT of Invigorate Physical Therapy first heard about the “cash-based business model” when she came across this podcast about 2 years ago. Just 6 months later she had started her cash practice … and was on a waiting list within a year and a half! She knew next to nothing about marketing before […]

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CBP 49: Mike Reinold – The First Two Years Of His Successful Cash-Pay Practice

July 21, 2016

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For most people who make their way to this website, Mike Reinold needs no introduction. Over a number of years he has built up the biggest and most popular website on physical therapy and rehab, and two years ago he left his career as a PT in professional baseball to start his own cash-based PT […]

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CBP 48: Break the PT Salary Ceiling by Starting Your Own Practice OR an ONLINE Business – Reverse Interview w/ Chad Prince PT

June 23, 2016

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This was the last of 3 ‘reverse interviews’ I did in which I was put on the hot seat and had to answer questions rather than ask them. And it was a fun one! Chad Prince has had a long career in Physical Therapy and this episode is essentially an interview for his new book: […]

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CBP 47: Are Cash-Practices Scalable? Can They Go Big?

May 27, 2016

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Today’s podcast guest is Gene Shirokobrod, PT and the focus of the show is on “Scalability”

This episode is another in a series of reverse interviews where my guest is asking me the questions. Today’s guest is Gene Shirokobrod, PT of updocmedia.com and the focus of the show is on “Scalability” … can a cash-based practice scale up to multiple clinicians and locations? The short answer is that “they already have!” […]

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CBP 046: Started in network with 15 insurance companies… now he’s down to 2!

April 28, 2016

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This “reverse interview” episode is essentially a recording of a consulting call I did with a friend and colleague, Richard Symister, PT of Move Evolution PT in Brooklyn, NY. He is looking to ramp up his practice and hire a PT and more full-time admin as he continues to drop insurance contracts and move fully […]

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The Automated Systems that Run his 4-Clinic Cash-Based Practice while he Travels the World Half of Each Year – Live In-Person Interview with Paul Gough

April 7, 2016

I recently had a special guest visit me in Austin and before we dove into all the fun things this city has to offer, we sat down and did a live interview on Periscope … which I of course recorded and now you can either watch the video below or listen to the audio recording […]

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CBP 045: An Insurance-Based Practice with Loads of Cash-Based Revenue – interview with Al Moreau PT

March 31, 2016

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Ever wonder how you can add cash-based services to your private practice but don’t really want to drop insurance contracts? This episode is for you. Actually, this episode will be useful to any type of practice out there interested in a realm of cash-based services that relatively few practices have explored.

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Guiding a Physician on How to “Sell” His/Her Patients on Your Cash-Pay PT Services

March 29, 2016

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I am the patient of an amazing manual therapist who winding down her private practice and introducing me to her referral sources, asking them to start sending me patients rather than her. (I know, pretty amazing!) Anyhow, an orthopedist replied to her email introduction with some common and very important questions and comments. Below I […]

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If I could have done one thing differently in my practice, this would be it…

March 24, 2016

Things are going well with my new employee Ben but I’ve been feeling a lot of regret lately. Don’t worry, the regret has nothing to do with the choice I made in hiring Ben. He is freaking awesome! My regret has do with what I didn’t do over the past 6 years before hiring him. […]

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