EP 051: The Mindset & Habits of Young Successful PT School Grads with Tyler Shelton

You can learn a lot from internships and residencies. Join Aaron as he talks with CashPT Residency Physical Therapist Tyler Shelton. Hear about Tyler’s development through multiple internships as he learned to identify some of the ways he fit in the physical therapy field. From experience with no-shows to raising rates, Tyler gives incredible insight into the lessons he learned along his PT career. Listen in to learn more from his learning experience with CashPT.

 

The thing that we offer people most is hope.

-Tyler Shelton

 

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Time Stamps:

[1:46] – Beginning the dreams for Tyler’s private practice

[7:55] – Seeing physical therapy in a more efficient way and building a relationship with patients

[12:51] – No-shows and productivity management

[15:45] – Realizing and developing how you fit into physical therapy methods

[18:33] – Finally entering the world Tyler wanted to be in through CashPT

[23:22] – Learning how to raise rates when necessary while maintaining prices that benefit your clients

[30:15] – Investing your money well for the long-term goal

[33:01] – Learning sales as a way of helping people understand what they need

[36:39] – Tyler’s plans for the future and values that he developed to bring into his future practice

                                                                          

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About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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