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Physical Therapy Clinic Owners are MASTERS at creating stability and freedom in their patients' lives, YET rarely experience it themselves. AND the first step to success is as simple as reaching out. PT ownership requires its owners to juggle a lot – productivity and efficiency from themselves and their teams, management of human resources, marketing, healthcare regulations, etc. – all to fulfill their dreams of business stability, freedom, and affecting lives for good. At the heart of it they are entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs need resources to thrive, grow, and succeed. IF you’re a PT clinic owner and trying to get your clinic off the ground or grow your business, you can always learn from others who have been there, done that. PT Owners Club will introduce you to fellow PT Owners who will share their paths to stability, freedom, and success! Join the club!

 

 



EPISODE BLOGS

PTO 44 | PT Clinic Valuations
  After sharing his professional story, Steve Stalzer, PT is back for the second time to tell us about the valuations of physical therapy clinics and the three factors that can improve our EBITDA. As founder of 8150 Advisors, a PT consulting firm, Steve has guided owners across the country how to calculate and improve the value of their private practices. In doing so, owners have created businesses that not only provide them greater profits
PTO 43 | Social Media
  Owner of Crom Rehabilitation, Dr. Roy Rivera, Jr., PT, PhD, DPT, MCHES isn’t a social media expert. However, he has leveraged social media and his clinic’s specialization to become the number one result on Google and Yelp for “Houston Physical Therapy.” Considering how huge Houston is and adding that to the fact that Roy has only been in practice for four years, this feat is undeniably amazing. Roy tells us how he did it.
PTO 42 | Financial Policy
  Puff Daddy’s iconic song goes “It’s all about the Benjamins!” That is why if you’re going to work hard, be sure that you’re getting paid for it because you have value. Unfortunately, not all PTs realize this. They do not like dealing with the numbers and billing headaches. This is where Kevin Cappel of Jet PT Billing comes in. Moving from PT ownership to consulting to starting his own PT billing company, Kevin definitely
PTO 41 | EMR
  Deciding on an EMR (electronic medical record) or switching to a different EMR is a huge undertaking, one that will take you at least six months to groove into your company, along with the associated tears, cursing, and bleary-eyed late nights screaming at your laptop. There can definitely be a love-hate relationship with them since none of them are perfect and we rely on them so much. In this episode I decided to ask
PTO 40 | Debunking PT Myths
  Dr. Jamey Schrier is back, and this time he’s on a tear! He is the Founder and CEO of The Practice Freedom Method, a business training for physical therapists. Jamey is not one to hold back and he’s got a few things on his mind about some of the common refrains we hear in physical therapy – things regarding quality time and patient care, the need for continuing education, the PT down the street
PTO 39 | Physical Therapy Market Trends
  Jerod Bowen, PT has spent the past nine years dealing with start-ups, sales, and acquisitions of different healthcare specialties – physical therapy, family practice, chiropractic, surgical centers, etc. Along the way, Jerod’s been able to witness the trends and, thus, has a great perspective of what’s coming for physical therapy. As he sees it, we’re at the “tail end” of what’s been happening in the healthcare industry, and that is larger organizations and networks
PTO 38 | New Clinic
  Matt Esrick, DPT is a “long-time listener” and reached out to me regarding some of the content of the podcast. Matt’s a new clinic owner (less than a year) and, although he has an MBA, he still has some issues that he has to deal with – marketing, building relationships with physicians, and establishing himself in a crowded marketplace. John Woolf, PT has been a recent guest. When I told him about Matt’s situation,
PTO 37 | Recruiting PTs
  Brian Weidner, President and Co-Founder of Career Tree Network, has been a resource for companies looking for PTs for over a decade. Rather quickly, he figured out that if you’re looking for a PT, you have to be constantly active and working your recruiting plan. Most PTs like where they’re working and aren’t necessarily looking for their next job. However many are what Brian would call “passive” applicants, looking to just “see what’s out
PTO 36 | Firing Faster
  Robert Brown, PTA, is one of the few PTAs in the country who owns a physical therapy clinic, plus he is the first PT clinic owner that I’ve interviewed who purchased his practice. Wouldn’t you know, just like any other PT clinic owner, he came across the same issues related to culture, staffing, growth, recruiting, and billing that any de novo clinic has experienced. You may think that since Rob purchased the clinic that some of
PTO 35 | Niche PT Practice
Michele Kehrer, PT, comes to us as an owner who has been through some incredible tragedies in her life and, while overcoming those tragedies, concurrently established a thriving niche PT practice. Now she looks at life and business ownership through a different lens. Everyday is full of gratitude. Little “issues” are quickly addressed or minimized. Her priorities are quite a bit different. Now she shares her insights with us and those whom she coaches. She has definitely made the jump