In this episode of the CashPT Lunch Hour I had the pleasure to interview Phil Tavolacci MSPT. Phil is the owner of TAVO Total Health, a 100% cash-based multi-therapist physical therapy practice in Silver Spring, MD specializing in John Barnes’ Myofascial Release. Phil recently published his first book, What’s In Your Web?: Stories of Fascial Freedom. I first met Phil about 5 or 6 years ago at a John Barnes Myofascial Release seminar and have kept up with him since via the MFR Talk email list and Facebook group. He has a multi-therapist and multi-specialty niche practice that is 100% cash-based. He is a perfect guest for this webinar series as he breaks so many established “rules” in his success. Join us today to learn what’s in Phil’s web. Read More
Happy ICD10 Day!
I hope you have had a great summer, beginning of fall and are ready for ICD-10. I actually do not think ICD10 is going to
have a huge impact on cash-based practices and we are lucky. Our payments will not be interrupted because of mistakes on the claims. We get paid when the patient is seen in our office, not because we filled out the claim forms correctly, to the T. It is important to pay attention to what is happening and do our best to provide the correct ICD10 code to our patients. Read More
Are you a physical therapist?
Are you considering opening a physical therapy cash-based practice?
Do you belong to the APTA? (If not, you should)
Do you want ALL patients to be able to choose your practice when they need physical therapy?
Do you want your mother to be able to choose, without limitation, the best physical therapist for her when she needs one?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, it’s time for you to take action on this important legislation that was recently introduced.
Why Does This Even Matter?
This is important to you, especially if you desire to own a a physical therapy cash-based practice. As it currently stands, unless you are Medicare provider, federal law prohibits you from Read More
Wow! I just got off an amazing webinar with Jamey Schrier PT, DPT. Jamey just dropped a huge knowledge bomb that every physical therapy private practice owner needs to hear. Jamey is a physical therapist and private practice owner, who radically changed the way he looked at his goals, business, work obligations and time after his practice burned to the ground Read More
A few weeks ago I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Lenny Macrina MSPT, SCS, CSCS. Lenny has been practice physical therapy for over 11 years and is a certified sports physical therapist. He believes that “the patient comes first, no matter the circumstances.” He owns Champion Physical Therapy and Performance in Waltham, MA with his business partner and physical therapist Mike Reinhold PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS. In this training Lenny reveals what’s possible when a therapist works directly with and for patients, not for their insurance company!
“Do You Take My Insurance?”
Do you know what your own insurance benefits are? Do you know your in-network co-pay and deductible? How about your out-of-network co-pay/co-insurance and deductible? What are your physical therapy or rehabilitation benefits? This is a vital concept to grasp and understand so you can answer this question and help your patients make an informed choice, especially when they are looking for the best value.
Health Insurance coverage is drastically different than what it was just 10, even 5, years ago. More and more people are choosing high deductible health plans and “insurance” is becoming more of a catastrophic save your ass plan, rather than a “pay it all for me: plan similar. It is more similar to automobile insurance, which does not cover Read More
Create a Winning Niche!
This month I had the honor and pleasure to interview Julie Eibensteiner PT, DPT, CSCS about her 100% cash-based practice. Julie has an extremely successful low-overhead cash-based practice in Minneapolis, MN. She has a very strong niche focus, “Intensive ACL Rehab for Athletes.” Over 90% of her patients have experienced a ruptured ACL or Anterior Cruciate Ligament. Her practice model and marketing truly exemplifies the quote from Seth Goden that “everyone is not your customer.” In this training she breaks down all of the major misconceptions about the cash-based model and demystifies the fears I hear the most from other therapists. Read More
I’m super excited to share my recent interview with Dr. E, Erson Religioso III DPT, FAAOMPT of the blog www.TheManualTherapist.com. Erson is not only a cash based physical therapist, he educates therapists on how to be better clinicians and how to incorporate instrument assisted manual therapist in their practice. He is also a genius when it comes to utilizing technology to create low overhead solutions for a physical therapy cash practice. We had a great conversation, he definitely dropped some knowledge bombs and I felt like I could keep talking to him all day, but had to cut it off somewhere. There is so much more to talk about and Erson is a multifaceted physical therapist and entrepreneur. I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did!. Read More
Today I had the honor and privilege to interview Scott Harmon OT. Scott is the owner of 2 pediatric clinics that provide physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy in Conway and Greenbrier Arkansas. Scott is also a business coach and helps other physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists start their own therapy practices. In our interview we had the chance to cover how Scott started and grew his practice, his resources for a low overhead practice, his recommended books from which he draws knowledge and inspiration, as well as his marketing strategies and philosophy. Pull up a chair, grab a snack, sit back and enjoy!
In today’s episode of The CashPT Lunch Hour #2 I share my interview with the POPTS Killer Chad Madden PT.
Chad discusses his creative strategies to market directly to patients and physicians. He explains how he kept his private practice alive when a majority of his physician referrals started their own practices or became employed by the local hospital and no longer sent patients to his practice.
Many of Chad’s referring physicians, now employed by the hospital can no longer refer patients to him or even return his phone calls. Chad has lost his top referral source 3 times! and his practice is still thriving
Now Chads practice Madden Physical Therapy in Harrisburg, PA is seeing more patients than ever before, including 40 patients a month who list a POPTS physician as their primary physician. Read More