The CashPT Lunch Hour #24 with Carlos Berio PT, DPT


carlos berio cashpt lunch hourI’m really excited to announce that for the December CashPT Lunch Hour I had the honor to interview Dr. Carlos J Berio, PT, DPT, MS, CSCS, HKC, SPJ.

Dr. Berio is the Owner & Head Sports Pain Jedi at SPARK Physiotherapy in Alexandria, VA. A Physical Therapist, CSCS & Myofascial Trigger Point Specialist, he also holds a MS in Clinical Exercise Physiology. He is most recognized for his work with competitive amateur and collegiate rotary power athletes.

I’ve known Carlos for a few year via the internet (how awesome is that!) and he is one of the few physical therapists I know who has started a successful cash based practice right after graduating PT school. He owns a successful multi-therapist and multi-location practice that also incorporates a clinical internship program for DPT students.

Scaling for Growth and Mentoring DPT Students in a Cash Practice

In this episode Carlos discusses:

physical_therapy_carlos_berio_cash_practiceSPARK Physiotherapy
-Carlos’ journey in to cash-based physical therapy

Getting Started Right Out of School
-How he built a successful and thriving cash-based clinic practice right after graduating from PT school

Scaling A Cash Practice
-Learn how to grow and scale your cash practice with employees

Mentoring Students
-How to incorporate DPT students into your 1-on-1 treatment approach and cash-based environment

The Sports Pain Jedi
-Join us to find out what this is all about

Marketing Your Cash Practice
-Learn the strategies Carlos has used to grow SPARK Physiotherapy has grown from a single therapist to multiple therapists and locations

What’s Possible?
-Discover What You Can Create in the Cash-Based, Direct Pay and Out-Of-Network Practice Model.


Carlos’ Website
SPARK Physiotherapy Facebook Page

SPARK Physiotherapy Youtube




About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He enjoys sharing his experiences in private practice and helping other therapists find freedom in practice.

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