2016 will be an interesting year for physical therapy private practice owners. After all … the threats against physical therapy private practice are very real and are mounting.
- Insurance carriers continue to make it harder to recruit staff members
- It’s becoming harder and harder to find staff
- Physicians aren’t referring like they used to
If you are serious about growing your practice and finally making 2016 your best, most prosperous year ever in the NEW Economy, then join me in San Diego on September 23, 24, 25. where I reveal EVERYTHING you’ll need to know to combat the threats that lie ahead.
Physical therapy as a profession has changed more in the past 12 months than in the past few decades. This has big implications for private practice. Running your practice in 2016 will be completely different than any other time in the history of our profession. Not since the formation of the American Physical Therapy Association by Mary McMillan in 1921, have we witnessed such change in our profession. Things are changing faster than any of us could have anticipated. So much so that…
Even as I write this, hundreds of private practice owners are on the verge of closing their doors. The reason? More and more physical therapy private practice owners (just like you) are tired of wasting precious time and money using outdated marketing methods.
…And then there are a select group of physical therapists on the other side of the horizon, who have successfully implemented my ‘Referral Ignition’ marketing strategies and are adding new patients and increasing revenue month after month despite the economic upheaval affecting their competitors.
Here’s the good news for you.
For the first time ever, I’ve decided to teach you how to do the same.
In fact, I am about to teach you all the secrets, all the proven inside tactics to grow your private practice.
That’s not all.
What I am about to conduct is a small, personalized workshop where you and I will work closely to craft an action plan specific to your needs. An opportunity like this has never been more critical because:
Outdated marketing methods don’t work anymore. In fact, what worked six months ago does not work today.
We live in a bold new age, one in which a private practice physical therapy business owner has to be far more strategic than ever before.
Given the rapid state of change in the referral and reimbursement environment, there has NEVER been a more important time to grow, solidify, strengthen, and perhaps even re-invent your physical therapy private practice than NOW. If you want to stay ahead of the changing economy and the growing competition, then you simply have no choice.
The fact is – reimbursements continue to decline every day, mergers and acquisitions of physical therapy clinics are commonplace and the job market is competitive, making it harder and harder for you to find good therapists to help you grow your practice.
To add to that, it’s not easy to get referrals consistently; which makes it harder for you to achieve the financial freedom and independence that drove you to start your practice in the first place.
But there is a solution, the same one used by thousands of physical therapy private practice owners and rehab professionals in seven countries around the world who use our software products, books, audio and video programs and attend our live workshops across the United States.
It’s called Referral Ignition.
It’s a strategic marketing plan to increase referrals from prospects, patients, physicians and the community to create an unlimited number of referrals for your practice. Combine this with an effective hiring strategy and you now have all the components you need to have a thriving private practice.
The formula is simple:
On September 23, 24, 25 in San Diego, I will pull back the curtain and reveal EVERYTHING you need to know to grow your practice in 3 days; this training has the potential to add well over $100,000 a year to your income.
In fact, what lies in store for you in San Diego will be …
What can you expect when you attend?
This is an opportunity for me to dig down really deep, with a small group of physical therapists, to configure plans SPECIFICALLY for the private practice owner and the unique challenges of their practice. There’s absolutely nothing more valuable than individualized attention. I’ve experienced it first hand and know how much of a difference it’s made for me in actually applying the information I’ve learned; and I know what it can mean to the success and growth of your practice.
Sitting back and taking notes only, simply won’t cut it.
You need to be strategic and must be willing to participate.
You’ll discover more in-depth referral generation strategies in this one day than most physical therapists and private practice owners do in a lifetime of working in our community.