physical therapy

E 138 Myth Busting House Call Chiropractic Dr Jen Faber

Low overhead, no insurance, cash pay, more time with patients and higher fees are reasons to switch to house call chiropractic. Dr. Jen Faber had a successful HC practice and now consults with others to gain the same. Plus we chat travel and novelty. Why did she quit the traditional high volume practice, transition into…

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E 137 Time Freedom with House Call Chiropractor Patrick Isaacs DC

House call chiropractic is a great way to achieve time freedom. We discuss the advantages, potential liability, working in a gym, types of equipment, and Patrick Isaacs DC second passion, campus ministry. Dr. Isaacs has been a chiropractor for 3 years and recently moved back to his home town to start his own mobile /…

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M 33 Pilates, PT and Bonuses

How to bonus your IC and employees, integrating pilates and physical therapy in a profitable model,  when to hire a front desk worker, and start a partnership with a clear exit strategy. It’s minisode time on a doctor’s perspective podcast. Thanks for tuning in yet again. Today we’re going to talk about the cash PT…

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E 133 Mobility or Stability Issue Daniel Bockmann DC

We breakdown MSK injuries to the fundamentals of a mobility or stability issue. Daniel Bockmann DC walks us through his eval and rehab flow with an Achilles tendon as a demo. As well as his work with volleyball, musicians and starting his own seminar. How did he figure out he liked the functional rehab aspect…

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E 132 Cash Based Physical Therapy Jarod Carter DPT

Cash based practice as a physical therapist is new. Learn about hiring associates, setting fees, medicare, clinic setting, his coaching, answering the phone and we discuss Dr. Jarod Carter’s twins spinal muscle atrophy journey. Big tip is to find a great mentor when first out of school. We talk a little about his time working…

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M 24 Proper Breathing

Proper Breathing starts with proper biomechanics. Tune in for a physical therapist specialized in respiratory conditions. this is a doctor’s perspective, minisode, you might be asking yourself, what is he going to mention now? Well, it’s easy. www.adoctorsperspective.net/question is one question on the site and just helps you figure out what are people looking for…

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M 13 Client Acquisition Cost in the Gym Model

What’s the ideal size for a clinic to have a gym? How should you structure classes? What’s a good fee? All those are answered in this minisode. Welcome back to the minisode of a doctor’s perspective podcast. Today we are reviewing the clinic gym radio with a special guest, Alex Hormozi, he makes gyms profitable….

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E 117 Community and Professional Organization Involvement Dr Maurice Pearl DC

Dr. Maurice Pearl, DC discusses his past interdisciplinary clinic experience. What does the professional organization  ACA do, choose wisely for x-rays, insurance drama and a surprising reason for kids sports. Is community outreach good marketing? Dr. Pearl was a football player with a few injuries and he learned first hand how important it is to…

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E 115 Eradicate Chronic Pain GRIP Approach Benjamin Fergus DC

Chronic pain patients and athletic injuries can be troublesome so we dive deep into GRIP Approach with Dr. Benjamin Fergus DC. It’s a blend of the popular rehab ideas but with a pre-post exam to show global functional movement restored and pain relief. His passion to learn more and to help the specific type of…

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E 108 Cash Practice Continuity Programs and Clinic Buy Outs Dr Joseph Simon DPT

Cash practice marketing has unique challenges, continuity programs, considerations to purchasing a clinic or starting fresh, leadership hurdles and Dr. Joseph Simon physical therapist explains why you need a coach and perhaps his 9 step program. Dr Joseph Simon of Private Practice Business Academy teaching Doctor of Physical Therapists and alternative health care doctors about…

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