Dr. Jimmy McKay, PT, joins us to discuss the connection between physical therapy and communication today. To ensure proper patient care, working on your communication skills is crucial. Communication is an important factor when it comes to publishing your research papers. By publishing a paper, you have communicated the results of your research to others. … Continue reading Ep. 173 – The power of clear communication
Dr. Aaron LeBauer, PT joins us today to discuss starting cash-based practices. The last couple of years have especially taught us that the old model of physical therapy is not effective. By begging physicians for referrals, battling with insurance companies to have our sessions covered, only to have patients slip through the cracks, we aren't … Continue reading Ep. 170 – Building a Successful Physical Therapy Business with Dr. Aaron LeBauer
Dr. Kalie Heftka, PT of Dr. Reams Concierge PT joins me to talk about opening her own cash-based practice. We had a real raw conversation about what it's been like for Dr. Heftka to open her own practice.
Headshot: Alexandra Hill, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT-LANA Within oncology, there's so much to know, mainly because our patients aren't neatly siloed into "just" having cancer. They have other impairments, or impairments that were exacerbated by their cancer & treatments. It's important to know how these other issues can affect our patients & our plans of … Continue reading Ep. 96 – Double Trouble: Dual Board Certifications in Oncology & Women’s Health – Alexandra Hill, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT-LANA
For many of our patients, the New Year means new insurance: whether that means a new plan or simply a rollover into fresh deductible & out-of-pocket costs, these changing financial obligations can be a major barrier to physical therapy services. Last year, my clinic had a MAJOR drop-off in patient volume from December to January, … Continue reading Ep. 54 – How to Avoid the Dreaded New Year Slump