Category Archives: Podcast

The CashPT Lunch Hour #10: CSM 2016

#APTACSM #CashPT Wow! What an awesome conference. I had the chance to finally meet some amazing people in-person that I’ve known via social media. I also heard from lots of folks who are working in or starting cash-based practices. I also had the pleasure and opportunity to interview some huge and very influential physical therapists for the…

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Start Up. Step Up. Stand Out. The CashPT Lunch Hour w/ Paul Potter, PT

In this episode of the CashPT Lunch Hour I had the honor and privilege to interview Paul Potter. I first met Paul earlier this year at CSM 2015. He contacted me about meeting in person and being a guest on his podcast. Right off the bat, I knew Paul was genuinely interested in helping others. He…

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Physical Therapy Student to Cash Based Practice Entrepreneur

This month on The CashPT Lunch Hour I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Kevin Prue PT, DPT, CSCS. Dr. Prue is the only other physical therapist I know, besides myself, who started a cash-based practice right after graduating with a physical therapy degree. We also have a few other things in common, we both live in…

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What’s In Your Web? A Myofascial Release Cash-Based Practice

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…

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Work On Your Practice Not Just IN Your Practice w/ Jamey Schrier PT, DPT

Wow! I just had amazing interview 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…

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Be A Cash-Based PT Champion: Interview with Lenny Macrina MSPT, SCS, CSCS

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 which is a 100% cash-based…

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Create A Winning Niche! The CashPT Lunch Hour #4 w/ Julie Eibensteiner

In this episode of The CashPT Lunch Hour 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…

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The CashPT Lunch Hour #3: Dr. E.

I’m super excited to share my recent interview with Dr. E, Erson Religioso III DPT, FAAOMPT of ModernManualTherapy.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…

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The CashPT Lunch Hour #2: Chad Madden PT the POPTS Killer!

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…

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The CashPT Lunch Hour #1: The Top 3 Misconceptions Therapists Have About The Cash-Based Physical Therapy Model

In this episode I talk about the The 3 Most Common Misconceptions About the Cash-Based Therapy Model and… The #1 Mistake Most Cash-Based Physical Therapists Make When Starting Out! The real trouble is, most people are afraid of making the leap because of what they hear around them, from other therapists. Unfortunately, these other therapist…

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