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What Does Your Dream Practice Look Like?

When I started my 100% cash based physical therapy practice in 2009 I rarely spoke with another physical therapist who believed I could be successful in this model. 

I even had a clinical instructor who told me that a cash-based physical therapy practice “wouldn’t work.” He said “no one will pay more than a $25 co-pay for physical therapy.” 

If I listened to any one of them I wouldn’t be here today.

Do you want the perfect job?

I recorded a spontaneous video a few months ago and it is a perfect lesson for today. It’s about imagining, creating and putting intention into creating your perfect job, the life you want and the practice you dream of.

What does your dream physical therapy practice look like?

What is possible for you?

Find a nice quiet place, grab a pen and paper and click the link below.

Watch my video about how to create the practice of your dreams.

What is the number one thing that is holding you back from starting a cash practice or even just from starting a physical therapy private practice?

What does your dream practice look like? What does it feel like? What does it smell like?

Who is your ideal patient? What’s their name? How old are the? What is their primary motivation for coming to see you?

What would be possible for you in life if you just made a commitment to yourself to get started today?

Do you want to get started creating the practice of your dreams today? If you’re highly motivated, want to drop the insurance hassles, do what’s right for your patients, would like some guidance and to get all the short cuts to success, I would love to work together with you to create the practice you just imagined. Click here to Join me in The CashPT Blueprint and we’ll get started today.

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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