If your private practice is floundering, or coming to a standstill, you might think you know why…but take a close look at the problem. Is it a reason, or an excuse? Unfortunately, too often, private practice owners get in their own way when it comes to success. It’s all too human to think we “know” […]
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Unless your specialty practice is brand-new, the backbone of your practice probably isn’t based on new referrals. Don’t overlook this key element of private practice success! Whether you’ve been running your specialty practice just a few years, or dozens, there’s a good chance that the majority of your business is made up of repeat clients. […]
No private practice owner can succeed without an effective team. Implement these 3 keys to team management and see your private practice thrive. As a private practice owner, it’s your vision and knowledge that guides your business to success. Without you, your team is just a group of people with skills but without a shared vision. […]
You’re the CEO of your physical therapy business, the leader and visionary for your team. But the last place you should be is behind a desk. As the practice owner and chief decision-maker for your physical therapy business, you are effectively the CEO of your company. But if your mental picture of a CEO features […]
In chiropractic business building, effective marketing requires you to speak your patient’s language—the language of pain. You’ve been to seminars and read articles on the essential components of chiropractic business building. They all emphasize that effective marketing is the way to get new patients in the door. But here’s something those articles and seminars may […]
You May Think That External Factors Will Make or Break Your Private Practice Success. In Reality, Your Mindset Drives Your Practice. Every day you navigate the ins and outs of your private practice and wear a number of different hats. As a private practice owner, you make the key decisions that drive the future of […]
Most People Are Making These 3 Private Practice Building Mistakes. Are You? We’ve all heard about “self-sabotaging” behaviors—in our personal lives, in the context of career advice, and maybe in terms relationships. But did you know that there are self-sabotaging behaviors in the world of private practice building? These attitudes and actions can be devastating […]
Here’s how to stay ahead of the game as a private practice owner. You can take proactive steps to make sure you’re driving the growth of your business, instead of letting overwhelm drive you into the ground. You already know that owning and managing a private practice is a multifaceted job. In fact, it’s not […]
Specialty Practice Isn’t About Productivity—Unless You’re Producing The Right Kind of Work to Sustain Your Long-Term Vision You work hard, every single day, to keep your specialty practice going—all the moving parts that are inherent in managing a business. You show up with a good positive can-do attitude and put in the hours. You try […]
For Your Physical Therapy Business to Thrive, You Need to Be Able to Distinguish Between Features and Benefits. There are many factors at play in creating and growing a thriving physical therapy business. But without a deep understanding of one key marketing concept, I can almost guarantee that your practice will not be sustainable. Here […]
In Your Private Practice, Are There Public Barriers to Finding and Retaining New Patients? You’ve probably given a lot of thought to customer service for your existing patients and marketing avenues to find new ones. But are you overlooking the two most significant public faces of your private practice? In short, your website and your […]
Write Down This Key Advice for All Private Practice Owners—Instead of Ignoring the Business Areas Where You’re Weakest, Outsource Those Tasks So They Become Strengths. Here’s How to Do It Effectively. Our culture tends to foster a go-it-alone mentality. You know, just pull yourself up by your bootstraps and be willing to learn anything and […]
In building your physical therapy business, the number one tool is distinguishing yourself from competitors. These tips can help. One of the core aspects of marketing for a physical therapy business is to stand out from the competition. That’s easy to say, but how do you actually do it? Here are 4 key approaches to […]
Are You Practicing Good Self-Care? Why This Matters So Much for Private Practice Ownership You probably tell your patients that they need to take good care of their bodies in order to function well and cope with the stress of illness or chronic pain. But are you practicing what you preach? Many private practice owners […]
Are you a good listener? Learning to listen effectively may be the best thing you can do for sustainable private practice ownership. Most of us think of listening in a very general way. In our minds, being a “good listener” is something that applies to helping a friend in need. Or perhaps we think that good […]
Did You Ever Make a Promise to a Patient? This is an area that far too many clinicians regardless of the specialty get into trouble with. It is so important to understand that the only real promise to patients you or I can and should make to patients is that we will do our […]
You’ll have an edge on your competition when you follow up consistently and personally with your patients. It’s a sad fact that most private practice owners don’t bother to follow up with their patients—and those who do, often are following up in an impersonal way. That’s bad news for those business owners, but it means […]
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If your patients have Diabetic Neuropathy don’t let symptoms go unchecked. Remember, the sooner diabetic neuropathy is diagnosed, the easier it will be to treat and to slow the progression of this degenerative condition.
Privater Practice Building must include prevention of online theft. Now I think that private practice owners are particularly easy targets because we often simply are not monitored and thus not well protected!