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Physical Therapy Owners Club

Author: Nathan Shields

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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!

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Unlike other medical practitioners, you will be seeing your physical therapist several times each month or week. Aside from impeccable sessions, you will also be expecting quality - and welcoming - customer service every time. Steve Line, PT, author of The Feel Good Experience and co-founder of Columbus Physical Therapy in Columbus, NE, shares what it takes to improve patient compliance, engagement, and overall results - a 5-star patient experience that is intentionally created and trained. Steve and his team took the time to detail what an optimal patient experience is and what they needed to do to create it. He looks back on when they noticed an improvement in patient retention, cancellation rate, and referrals of family and friends. Steve shares some of the secrets detailed in the book on this episode.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
We have been following the journey of Avi Zinn, PT, DPT of Druid Hills PT in Atlanta, GA, for two years, tracking his growth as a newer clinic owner. At this stage, Avi is out of treatment completely and continues to grow his business. Since the last time Avi has been on the show, he's made some changes for the better – hiring another front desk person, implementing weekly team meetings, and planning for a leadership team. In this episode, Avi discusses with Nathan Shields how he's handled these issues and gives us a peek at what he's looking forward to in 2022.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
Everyone needs a PT! After all, what is your practice without one? Unfortunately, the current pandemic has made it extra hard to find the right PT. So in this episode, four experts gather together to discuss what PT owners need to do to hire their next PT (when everyone else needs one, too). Nathan Shields is with James Savas of HR Professional, Brian Weidner of Career Tree Network, and Will Humphreys from In The Black Billing & Collections. They take the time to instruct what owners need to say, where they need to be, and how they need to present themselves to snag the next rock star PT. Tune into this episode to learn different strategies that you could implement in your hiring process.  Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
What's the PT's biggest problem? It's finishing documentation. The time and energy it takes to do documentation properly and in a timely manner is a headache that we all must endure. Enter Marc Moore, PT, the owner of Moore Physical Therapy. Marc talks with Nathan Shields about how he found a solution for his clinic. It has changed the lives of his PTs on staff, a benefit that will retain them for a long time. In this episode, he shares the benefits of having a scribe on the team and what that looks like. PT owners would be wise to adopt this practice! Do you want to get rid of your documentation headache? Then you need to tune in to this episode.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
If you want your business to generate seven figures, all you need is a business differentiator - small actions that can help your business stand out from the competition. Joining Nathan Shields today is Garrett Salpeter, the Founder of NeuFit and the creator of the Neubie, a device that safely sends direct current signals precisely to where a patient is experiencing pain or muscle movement limitations, re-educating the muscles by tapping into the power of the nervous system. Garrett talks about some simple business principles that can help generate HUGE results in your practice. Learn how NeuFit differentiates itself from all the other recovery and training services out there. Plus, discover how to motivate and set goals for your clients so that they will keep coming back for more.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
If there was ONE meeting you should have each year in your business, what would it be? In this episode, Nathan Shields talks about the MOST valuable annual meeting that an owner should have - the Annual Strategy Session. This is the one meeting in which you can step aside from the day-to-day and assess your business as a whole - weak points, strengths, upcoming issues, internal dilemmas, etc. - all at once.  The Annual Strategy Session can invigorate you and your team while coming together to determine what items are essential to achieve our goals this year. It’s a highly valuable meeting and a MUST for clinic owners. Listen to this episode to discover tips on how to have successful annual strategy sessions. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
To succeed, we have to know how to build great relationships. But, how do we do that? Is there a specific process or guideline we can follow? Jeff Sallade, PT, DPT talks about successful expansion of business through partnerships. Jeff and his partner have expanded to more than five clinics in the 10 years they've been open, all with a partnership business model that's allowed their PTs to grow into new leadership roles. In this episode, Jeff shares with us how they've established each partnership as well as some of the details, considerations, and pros and cons to partnerships in general. This episode is a great follow-up to Eric Miller’s discussion just a few episodes earlier, on what to consider when determining if partnerships are right for you. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
Do you know that clinics don't have to be private practice owners' sole source of income? In today's episode, Eric Miller, the Owner and Chief Financial Advisor of Econologics, shares with Nathan Shields the importance of creating multiple income streams and how you can do it. It isn't a sudden shift of capital; instead, it's a steady effort to create wealth from other financial sources, leveraging the clinic's revenues to diversify your wealth. If you follow this episode, you'll witness a dynamic change in your financial future. You wouldn't want to miss out on this opportunity. Tune in!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
Do you know the biggest issue facing new PTs? It's not finding employment or the "right" job that meets their goals. No, their biggest issue tends to be the amount of debt they are burdened with after a long road or scholarship. The average PT comes out of school nowadays with >$150k in student loan debt. Considering the average salaries in out-patient practices, this can be an overwhelming obstacle to stay in the PT niche of their choosing. The episode's guest today is Bart McDonald, the author of Debt-Free PT. Bart talks with Nathan Shields about how he wrote his book to help new PTs and practice owners become aware of the current state of debt and overcome it as a collaborative endeavor. If you want to know more about the major issue most PT graduates face, this episode's for you. Tune in! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ptoclub.com/
How do you create successful partnerships for your business? Nathan Shields presents Eric Miller, the owner and Chief Advisor of Econologics Financial Advisors. Eric talks with Nathan about specific steps you need to take to put you in the best position to succeed in your partnerships – from aligned purpose and goals to gifting hard equity. Join in the conversation to discover critical steps that need to be taken to ensure you meet both parties' goals and sidestep the potential pitfalls. You wouldn't want to miss this episode! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Handling a team is challenging, especially when there are members who don't cooperate. So when push comes to shove, how do you let go of someone? Today, James Savas, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Hands-On Diagnostics, breaks down the process for us. James talks with Nathan Shields about how business owners should handle termination or resignation. It begins with mindset, clear reasoning, role-playing, and documentation, documentation, documentation! Taking on the role of leader and holding team members accountable can be difficult, yet it is necessary for the growth of your business. Tune in and let go of someone as clean and simple as possible!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Most PT clinic owners have aspirations for growth - either in size or number of facilities. However, knowing WHEN to do a business expansion is the most important question to consider. Eric Miller of Econologics generated a checklist for clinic owners to use during expansions. He joins Nathan Shields to discuss how it can help them minimize risks and set up for success. If they have hit key statistics benchmarks, put finances in good order, made policy and procedures up to date, anyone will be well on their way to sustainable growth.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Leadership development is not a topic commonly discussed within the PT industry. However, just like any business, leadership plays a big role in growing and expanding your business and practice. Dr. Michelle Bambenek is the Regional Vice President of Operations at Empower Physical Therapy Group. She is also a leadership coach and consultant for both PT owners and people outside the PT industry. In this episode, she joins Nathan Shields to break down the critical components of leadership that empower team members to grow and, in turn, your business. Michelle emphasizes the importance of values and imbuing a sense of mutual responsibility within the team. Learn more about the steps and successful patterns to expand your PT practice.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
If there’s one thing successful PT owners have learned, it’s that the key to their goal and vision is to have a great understanding of their cash flows. If you want to be successful, you need to know where it comes from, where it's going, how it's handled, and how it's spent. If you neglect your financials and DON'T manage your cash flow strictly, you can say goodbye to your business. In this episode, Eric Miller of Econologics shares with your host, Nathan Shields, the ten key characteristics that financially successful owners should have. After years of working with successful owners, Eric believes these characteristics are 100% legit. These key traits will set any owner up for success going forward.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Everyone wants their business to succeed, but what does it take to run a successful physical therapy clinic? In this episode we find out the key steps to success for PT clinic owners. Nathan Shields takes a look at eight key steps that you need to take for your clinic to succeed. He analyzes each key step and tells you what you need to know and do. Tune in and learn the secrets to a successful PT clinic here. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
There are many key performance indicators you can use to measure productivity. But there is one key stat you need to increase productivity AND patient outcomes. In this coaching one-on-one episode, Nathan Shields explains what this key stat is and why it’s important. He’ll also teach you how to implement it in your practice ASAP! This is a proven strategy that will transform your practice. What is this key stat? Tune in to find out!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Making a greater impact in the community is a dream for many medical professionals. Alicia Backer, PTA has spent the past 7 years developing a culture and a clinic that is focused on doing just that. In this episode, Nathan Shields interviews Alicia as she shares what her clinic does to find team members who share their mentality and are ready to do some of the things they do to integrate themselves into the community. Alicia and her team have generated a fun culture that looks forward to working and playing together. Their patients sense that and gravitate to them as clients.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Enriching the entrepreneurial mindset is a process that involves executing strategies and having the openness for new ideas. A great group of peers that would guide, motivate, and help you develop your skills would be a great way to enhance your skills and learn new things. Stephen Rapposelli, PT has been a long-time listener to the podcast and takes advantage of the opportunity to put Nathan Shields on the hot seat in this episode. They talk about why he likes the podcast, the best books to read, and a few things in-between. They delve into a great mastermind group, how to become a better CEO, the pros and cons of a PT, and a non-PT mastermind group. They also discuss the difference between masterminds and coaching.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
A lot of people follow one compensation model their whole life, that changing it would be difficult. But not everyone wants to follow guaranteed salaries and occasional bonuses. Especially in the PT industry, people want some control of their salaries. Jason Wambold believes that giving people the power of choice would help them achieve a lot. The Cofounder and Physical Therapist of OnusOne, Jason is leading the charge to bring compensation models up to date in the PT industry. Join Nathan Shields and Jason Wambold as they examine what people want when it comes to compensation. Learn how to balance the risk and reward of production to satisfy both the employees and the owners.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
Does your business fail in providing for your family’s needs? Then you need to make changes to force it to make more money. The show’s guest today is Eric Miller, the owner and Chief Advisor of Econologics Financial Advisors. Eric talks with Nathan Shields about how your business’s main purpose is to serve your household. You have to treat your family as your parent company. Pay your family first to protect its assets and create more income sources. Change your mindset regarding business ownership and learn how you can make more money for yourself and your family!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Physical Therapy Owners Club today:ptoclub.comPhysical Therapy Owners Club FacebookPhysical Therapy Owners Club LinkedInPhysical Therapy Owners Club Twitter
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