Did you know it’s possible for a cash-based oncology private practice to survive a pandemic?
Hopefully this isn’t a surprise to you, but it’s sure nice to know they’re out there still!
My guest today, Dr. Megan Bradley, PT, is breaking down the challenges & successes of owning a practice during 2020, plus the advice that STILL holds true more than a year after our first interview.
Here’s some of what we cover in our interview:
– How the pandemic affected this very new cash-based oncology PT clinic
– Challenges faced & big wins over the last year for Be Strong Therapy
– Advice Megan gives for OncoPTs interested in opening their own practice & continues to give, even a year after our first interview
Register for the FREE Multidisciplinary Oncology Panel Discussion happening on July 14!
Megan Bradley, PT, DPT, CLT-LANA is a physical therapist who earned a bachelors of science degree in Health Sciences in 2008 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2010 from Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. She became a certified lymphedema therapist in 2011 through Klose Training. Since becoming a physical therapist, Megan has worked in a variety of settings, including a level one trauma hospital in Columbus, OH. Since moving to the Tallahassee area with her husband in 2016, Megan has focused her practice on the lymphedema and cancer population. She has since specialized in oncology rehab and opened a private practice with two other therapists in order to better serve her patients.