Physical Therapy Owners Club

Physical Therapy Owners Club

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!... Show More

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August 4, 2020 43 min
James Savas is a Senior HR Professional who has worked in the healthcare (and PT-specific) industries for decades, and there is one common issue that he sees PT owners make. It usually looks something like this: the owner hires someone to fill a position, turns around to work on patients and put out other fires, cross […]
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Vinod Somareddy, PT of Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy in NYC, is a hugely successful PT owner of many years and has seen many challenges, but it took the COVID pandemic for him to reconsider how he marketed his clinic and serve his patients better. On today’s podcast, he joins Nathan Shields to share […]
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In these challenging times, one of the questions that go over the mind of every business owner is how to thrive in the post-COVID market. Blaine Stimac, PT of Health Rehab Solutions was one of Nathan Shields’ first guests on the podcast two years ago. Now he's back to share more wisdom! At the time of their first […]
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As a PT patient, Vikram Sethuraman was surprised to receive his HEP written on a single sheet of paper, handwritten by his PT. He thought to himself, "Wow, is this the best you've got?" and decided he was going to use his entrepreneur course to help the PT industry move into the digital age when it comes […]
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Roland Cochrun, PT set out from an early age to be a PT owner and had a ton of immediate success. Over time, he still fell into the trap of full-time treatment which limited his ability to run his business and pursue his goals for a year. Finally, on a day off, he decided that he […]
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Eric Miller of Econologics is back on the show with Nathan Shields to talk about money. His episode, released a couple months ago, is the most listened-to episode in the two-year history of the podcast, discussing what PT owners needed to do financially as they slowed down during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, as clinics begin […]
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It's been two years since the start of the Physical Therapy Owners Club! Hard to believe the podcast has been around over two years and 100 plus episodes. The PTO Club has generated some great content for and from PT's across the globe and is a dream come true. In this episode, Nathan Shields and Will […]
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The COVID-19 pandemic has provided many of us a little more time on our hands to assess how our clinics are doing in general. Whether you're reopening, slowly increasing production, or stuck in a holding pattern, it helps to make use of this down time to really consider and reconsider some fundamentals of your business. […]
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Getting patients to enter the door may seem simple but is actually one of the hardest steps PT clinics tackle. Today, Nathan Shields talks to Peter Decoteau, the marketing director at Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers (PTSMC), the largest privately-owned PT group in Connecticut. Focusing on breaking down any barriers that keep new patients […]
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Christina Panetta, PT learned fairly early on in her clinic ownership that she needed to outsource in order to grow and improve. When she needed some time and space after having a baby, she hired a PT and came back to part-time work. When she recognized that she needed more business training, she hired a […]
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How does a practice built on the premise of physical contact with the client survive a crisis where everyone is forced to isolate themselves and do social distancing? Dr. Joe Simon shows how effective telehealth has been in marketing physical therapy and how it has helped out-of-network practitioners such as him continue to serve and even expand […]
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No matter what you want your clinic to become, it still all boils down to understanding why you exist as a business in the first place. Countless numbers of episodes in this show have been spent discussing the importance of determining your clinic's purpose. However, what is not talked much about is the importance of […]
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What will the future of physical therapy look like going forward after we gradually recover from COVID-19?  What should owners be doing as we walk into that future? Nathan Shields is joined by board-certified Clinical Electrophysiology Specialist Dr. Dimitrios Kostopoulos to talk about what Dr. Dimi sees in the future, what he recommends, and what […]
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Social media marketing and advertising may be new for many physical therapists, but amidst the COVID-19 crisis, it is a marketing avenue that physical therapy owners need to consider. Joining Nathan Shields today is Edric Zheng of Medical Patient Referrals. Edric provides some of the basics about the why, how, and what is best to […]
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Now that, it seems, the worst is behind us and many owners have recommended some much-needed financial aid, PT owners are looking forward to ramping up again and getting back to "full steam ahead." In order to give you some guidance, Nathan Shields decided to bring on a frequent guest to the podcast, Jamey Schrier, PT, […]
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Telehealth in Physical Therapy is leading the way of remote healthcare provision. With its rising need, PTs also feel the need to bring more value to patients and make each visit more productive. In this episode, Nathan Shields interviews Daniel Seidler, PT of TelePT Solutions to talk about his experience in making telehealth PT visits more successful. In order […]
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The way physical therapists market has been affected and will be changed forever because of the COVID-19 pandemic; it's forced to go digital in the way we treat and connect. In today's episode of the Physical Therapy Owners Club, Nathan Shields talks to Tracy Repchuk, a multi-awarded pioneer in digital marketing who has worked with […]
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More than likely, you have a little extra time during the COVID-19 crisis and its subsequent lockdowns. As owners, you have the opportunity to take advantage of this time to do the things you typically don't have the time to do—creating your purpose and values, structuring the business in your ideal scenario, generating policies and […]
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Andy Sabatier, PT, DPT is doing tremendous work with patients in the ICU setting - helping them get back to function by focusing on breathing properly.  And since Andy is one of the few PTs in this setting that is doing front-line work with COVID-19 patients, I figured it would be important to talk to […]
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Private practice owners need to make quick decisions in order to mitigate the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. There isn’t a how-to on this disruption other than to take some logical and quick steps. In this episode, financial planner Eric Miller of Econologics (Private Practice Millionaire) talks about those steps that we need to take now and how […]
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