A Hybrid Physical Therapy, Performance & Strength Training Practice

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The CashPT Lunch Hour #12: John Rusin aka “The Strength Doc” For this episode of The CashPT Lunch Hour I had the amazing opportunity to interview and hang out withDr. John Rusin, PT, DPT, CSCS, ART, FMS1-2, YBT, SFMA, FDN aka “The Strength Doc.” John is not your run-of-the-mill physical therapist and coach. His innovative vision…

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Movement with Meaning: A Cash-Based Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice

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The CashPT Lunch Hour #11: Vanessa Fox OTR/L I’m super excited to have had the opportunity to interview Vanessa Fox. Vanessa owns Movement with Meaning a 100% Cash-Based Pediatric Occupational Therapy practice in Tampa, FL. She has a mobile practice treating patients in their homes, a local pool for aquatic therapy, and local gym for…

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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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