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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EP 000: The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast Introduction

Let me ask you a question. What’s the most number of patients you’ve treated in one day? I bet you can’t guess mine. You can even go ahead and tell me, just write the most number of patients you’ve treated in one day and how effective you were and how you felt at the end…

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What’s Your Niche? Go Narrow & Get Deep.

CashPT Blueprint Direct Cash Based Pay Physical Therapy Success Course

I know it’s been a while since I posted to my blog. Surprise! I’ve been busy! Since my last post I’ve been working hard to complete The CashPT Blueprint, which is now available for immediate enrollment. I’ve also been treating 22+ patients a week. One week I saw 9 new patients in 3 days! I had…

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Interview with Cash-Based Physical Therapist & Author Dr. Jarod Carter

Interview with Cash Based Physical Therapist & Author Dr. Jarod Carter

I’m really excited to share this interview with Jarod Carter PT, DPT, MTC. We covered a lot of topics relating to cash-based and out-of-network physical therapy and I hope you get a lot out of our conversation. I first “ran into” Jarod via his YouTube videos while reviewing my own. I looked him up and…

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Medicare Enrollment – PAR or NON-PAR?

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This is # 2 of a 3 part series on Medicare. Check out Part 1: Medicare: My Story ———– As if all things Medicare were not confusing enough, the very act of enrolling in Medicare has confusing terminology.   When you enroll in Medicare you have a choice to become a “participating provider” or a “non-participating…

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Medicare & Cash-Based Physical Therapy: My Story

Medicare Direct Pay Cash Based Physical Therapy

Well this has been a long time coming. It’s the elephant in the room, Big Brother, aka Medicare. The relationship dynamic between Medicare and physical therapists is a tough one to navigate, considering all of the compliance and payment issues it is difficult on a good day. Add in a dose of cash based physical…

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WebPT Ascend Business Summit in Dallas, TX: A Rehab & Therapy Private Practice Conference

A Rehab & Therapy Private Practice Conference

I am excited to announce that I have been invited to be a featured presenter along side some other amazing people at the WebPT Ascend Business Summit in Dallas, Texas on September 20th, 2014. Ascent is an educational event focused on rehab & therapy provider business growth. Earn CEUs + Network with Peers + Grow Your…

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Interview with Rachel Wynn: How to Tell Your Story with Your Website, Blog & Social Media

How to tell your story with your Website, Blog & Social Media

Recently I had the pleasure to spend some time on a video chat with Rachel Wynn, MS CCC-SLP. Rachel is a Speech-Language Pathologist who has worked in skilled nursing, owned a private practice, writes for her advocacy blog Gray Matter Therapy and recently started Story Zest. She helps other therapists and therapy practices connect with their potential…

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Interviews with Aaron LeBauer About Cash-Based Physical Therapy

In the last few months I’ve been really honored to be interviewed and featured on 3 really awesome blogs talking about the cash pay model of physical therapy. As we all know, it’s not just about the Benjamins, as checks, credit cards, flex spending & health savings accounts are also accepted. This will perhaps be…

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2014 Therapydia Blog Awards

I am very excited to announce that this blog has been nominated for the 2014 Therapydia Physical Therapy Blog Awards. Being that I started this blog only just over 1 year ago, I’m truly honored to be included amongst this group of amazing blogs, and talented and successful physical therapists and I would really love…

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