Every single attendee who attended the 2011 Private Practice Summit said it was mindblowing, in their own words. Here are some of the testimonials.
1. Engage in high level activity. Don’t make the attempt to wear multiple hats.
2. Be systematic. There’s a distinct difference from being strategical versus tactical.
3. Adapt to the medical paradigm shift that’s happening before our eyes. We must rely not so heavily on insurance, and incorporate publicly sought out programs that are cash based. I intend to attend next year and would be willing to endorse Practice Summit to anyone who has the slightest inclination to transform their company – their life.
The Practice Summit this weekend by far exceeded the expectations that I had.
How you improved something that was already so awesome is an inspiration and a lesson. Regardless of how great you may think your practice is there is always room for improvement. Always review what you have built to see how you can tweak it. In our ever-changing world, Even the most successful of systems should be reevaluated and assessed for areas that can be improved. Better than knowing even the best of the best can be improved, I have the resources to make it happen! A relatively short time ago I did not have the skill set necessary, I do now.
If I fail to implement the processes to improve my practice I cannot expect to attain/maintain the practice I strive to build. Best of all I do not have to do it all myself. Resources, templates, outlines, forms are also provided. Opportunities throughout the weekend existed to begin relationships with like-minded therapists from all over the country and Canada. I left with a new group of colleagues, friends and contacts. Through the giving hand philosophy you promote I shared and received some great resources —so refreshing not to be in a strangling competitive environment prevalent in these difficult times.
I brought a colleague who owns a private practice in a neighboring town, she was blown away. Initially some attendees thought it strange I would share with a competitor. It was not long before they realized it is not the private practice down the road we need to work against but with. Strengthening our profession is a win/win situation. I have and will continue to tell all therapists to attend a seminar with Nitin Chhoda whether or not they have a private practice. Information learned will make you a more valuable employee.
Increase your understanding in why your employer may be making the decisions they make. Understanding the business side of a private practice may aid you to facilitate positive changes, to improve your work environment and negotiate benefits package. Thank you to the entire staff of PP Summit for making the weekend even better by addressing all of our needs. The raffles, prizes, meals and cocktail party were all fun bonuses. Sincerely,
I’ve been watching/reading his stuff for 2 years now and decided to take the plunge and be an active participant in his conference. One word best describes this life altering experience, “AMAZING…” The tools, contacts and material that I left with will completely transform how I run my successful PT practice. I feel blessed to have had this truly wonderful experience and look forward to many years of continued growth and development with Nitin and his team.
“Private Practice Summit 2011” event was an eye opener for me. In past, I have not met a rehabilitation professional so willing to help other rehabilitation professionals succeed. Your efforts were sincere and outpouring with NO NONSENSE strategies related to marketing and running a successful physical therapy practice. Expert panel presented during the summit was very knowledgeable and willing to share their experience. As for me, I was able to meet my peers from all over the United States and share our business and marketing cultures.
I was delighted to observe that no one was holding anything back and was eager to share their experience and help others find solutions. Finally, I would like to commend you for your expertise and coming up with marketing strategies for physical therapists in a concrete effective package, which if implemented correctly, can help me and other attendees to see our practice grow exponentially. Thank you for offering me such a great experience. I look forward to next year event.
After attending your private practice summit I finally feel like I can take control over my referrals. You covered everything and didn’t hold back. Also, you hosted a first class event and didn’t spare a penny. This course was a steal. Thanks again.
It has helped me to understand both the strengths and the weaknesses of my practice and what I can and should do to correct those weaknesses. There are so many ideas that were presented that I plan on implementing as soon as possible. Thanks to Nitin and all his presenters for giving hope that I can really work on my business and not in my business moving forward. Thanks a lot.
I have realized my vision and my TOP 3, now it’s time to go for it! I will definitely be back next year and hope to begin Referral Ignition, Therapy Newsletter, and become a member of the Masterminds in the near future. (I almost don’t want too many people knowing how valuable this Summit was, I want to keep it all to ourselves!)
There were raffles and prizes, a Tasty HOT lunch both days. And, every speaker that got on stage was simply inspired!! A free functional assessment seminar on Friday was just icing(free CEUs, people). Right now, I’m just wrapping my mind around the wealth of information presented, dare I say it was too much 🙂 No, I dare not. However I can truly say that it was an exceptional value and money truly well spent. Thanks so much Nitin- YOU EXCEEDED my expectations!!!
I know that when I implement any of the techniques and ideas that I received this weekend, it will have a huge impact on my practice and my bottom line. It was by far the best marketing conference I have ever been to, and I have been to many. Thanks again Nitin.
Now I know what I have to do and how to single out in my local community, how to bring new patients in and most importantly, how to make life easier and spending more time with friends and family. I see you next year.