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PTO 10 | Physical Therapy Coaching
  Not a lot of PT clinic owners are focused on what it takes to create a business that is less dependent upon them as owners. Oftentimes, systems and training, coaching, mentoring, or other accountability methods in order to keep PT clinics in check can be overlooked in the midst of the daily hustle and bustle. Here to share his expertise is Sturdy McKee. Sturdy has built a strong, thriving out-of-network PT business in San Francisco
PTO 09 | Raving Superfans
  What’s the secret to creating loyal, returning patients? It’s not all about the therapy. It’s about the patient experience before, during, and after they’ve received your care. Neil Trickett, PT and founder/CEO of Practice Promotions shares the secrets to creating raving superfans. Neil says when you create raving superfans, the domino effect begins – patients complete their plans of care and are happy to pay for your services, they return to you when they’re
PTO 08 | Getting Up To Date On The Changes
  Jerry Henderson got into physical therapy the same way a lot of physical therapists did, as a patient. Jerry was fourteen years old when he had a skiing accident that fractured his femur and left him hooked on a skeletal traction for about a month and a hip spike for about six weeks. After going through the treatment with a guy who was helping him get mobile again, he understood what physical therapy is
PTO 07 | Growing A Business
  A lot of physical therapists don’t consider what it takes to be great businessman or businesswoman and invest the time and energy into that like they did to become good physical therapists. Blaine Stimac is one of the more successful PT owners who has 23 practices across four states and is ranked #255 on the Inc. 5000 list. Blaine’s success is closely related to the systematic way in which he hires and trains his
PTO 06 | Issues Negatively Impacting PT Clinic Owners
  Dr. Dimitrios Kostopoulos passion for physical therapy is obvious, and his vision is unique and outside-the-box. He has a number of PT businesses and is successful in each one of them, thus he has a unique perspective on the state of physical therapy and the issues negatively impacting PT clinic owners and the profession today. However, he also has the answers to the three issues he presents. Following thru on each of those items
PTO 05 | Own Your Own Clinic
  Vinod is one of my favorite PT friends – he’s determined, focused, and gets what he wants, which shows in his ability to live in Florida while actively owning his PT practices in New York. He’s the epitome of what we strive for and tout in the Physical Therapy Owners Club. Success? Check. Stability? Check. Freedom? Double check. Having an uncle who is a vascular surgeon that did very well for himself in having
PTO 04 | Areas Every PT Owner Needs To Address
  Shaun Kirk, PT has been consulting physical therapy owners for longer than he’s been a physical therapist. This episode is a must-listen and my interview with Shaun Kirk is one that should be downloaded and replayed by every PT clinic owner and reviewed on a regular basis. Shaun shares from his experience of walking into over 140 clinics across the country to consult them, and having over 2000 PT owners walk through his doors
PTO 03 | How The Body Works
Sean Miller believes that we all have the ability to essentially win in life, if we just understand the abilities and processes to be able to win in life. He says that there are successful formulas and things that we can do to be able to win. Growing up as a kid, Sean liked to take things apart to understand how they work. As he got older, he got into sports which drew his natural
Will was mountain climbing with a girl he was dating when he fell 50 feet down and landed on both of his feet. He heard his legs snap immediately and put his hands out behind to brace himself, breaking his arms in the process, and ending up crumpled in a bush. He will never forget that day, Friday the 13th, 1993. All in all, small bones included, he broke over twenty bones and had eight
PTO 01 | Physical Therapy Clinic
Physical therapy (PT) clinic owners are masters at creating stability and freedom for clients, but not for themselves. Sure, there’s financial stability – but when it comes to personal freedom, not much. In the pilot episode of the Physical Therapy Owners Club podcast. Nathan Shields shares advice for PT clinic owners on how to achieve true business stability and freedom. Nathan owns a PT clinic in Chandler, Arizona, and decided to open a satellite clinic

Nathan Shields,

The Physical Therapy Owners Club Podcast was started from Nathan’s belief that physical therapy clinic owners are masters at creating stability and freedom for their patients yet…. rarely experience it themselves. AND the path to success, stability, and freedom is rather simple – Reach Out, Step Out, and Network.

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