EP 115: Create Faster Than They Can Copy You with Erson Religioso

Today, Aaron is joined again by one of his first guests from a couple of years ago, Erson Religioso, to talk about marketing and business. Erson founded The Modern Manual Therapist blog to help mentor and teach professionals around the world and is the creator of the EDGE Tool, a high-quality stainless-steel tool for assisted…

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EP 114: Podcast Domination for Physical Therapy Experts with Luis Ryan Diaz

Have you thought about tapping into the potential of podcasting? Have you recently started a podcast but are struggling with production, content, and monetization? Today’s guest reveals the top secrets for creating a podcast and building your authority. Luis Diaz is a producer, podcaster, and podcast consultant who works with some of the most listened…

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EP 113: Finding Your Voice as a Female Entrepreneur & Leader in Physical Therapy with Sarah Haran

The physical therapy industry has been mostly dominated by male therapists for years. Today’s guest is here to shake things up, like she’s been doing with her own successful clinic. Sarah Haran started her practice in 2007 and, apart from being a physical therapist and business owner, she also coaches at the Ballard CrossFit. Sarah…

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EP 112: State of the Physical Therapy Industry: Trends and Predictions for 2020

If you want different results, you need to do something different. In today’s episode, Aaron does an evaluation of how the physical therapy industry has fared in 2019. He discusses the different areas that have improved and deteriorated this year. He also gives out his predictions for 2020 and what physical therapists can look forward…

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EP 111: Using Collaboration & Technology to Move PT Forward with Maggie Bergeron

Between business, health, and our social lives, technological advancements in the last decade have had a huge impact on all of us. But what’s it doing in the world of PT? Today’s guest is a Canadian physiotherapist and co-founder of Embodia, Maggie Bergeron. Embodia is Canada’s largest online learning platform for physiotherapists. Aaron chats with…

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EP 110: Niche Down to Scale Up with Chris Finn

Working a 9-5 job with a steady paycheck can sometimes discourage people from discovering their potential and opening, owning, and operating their own business. But that didn’t stop today’s guest. Chris Finn is the founder and owner of Par4Success, a cash physical therapy clinic whose major clientele are golfers. Today, Aaron and Chris sit down…

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EP 109: 35 Marketing Strategies to Drive Traffic to Your Physical Therapy Clinic

The 35 Marketing Strategies

When entrepreneurs want to level up their marketing efforts, they often throw random tactics at the wall to see what sticks. But what if, instead of trial and error, you could work with proven marketing strategies that will increase the traffic and visibility of your clinic? In this episode, Aaron shares 35 proven marketing strategies…

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EP 108: The Exact Checklist to Launch Your Physical Therapy Cash Practice

Thinking about transitioning to a cash-based practice? You need to hear this episode if you want a successful launch. Today, Aaron shares the exact checklist of essential dos and don’ts of getting your business up and running. Grab a pen and jot down these steps or listen to find out how you can download it.…

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EP 107: Scaling Culture & Taking Calculated Risks with Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor on the CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

When you’re a cash-based practitioner, booking and scheduling clients, charting their profiles, and creating invoices can be major headaches that ultimately aren’t moving the needle forward in your business. You have to do everything yourself, or juggle a million apps, instead of spending time where your business needs you to. Today’s guest is Alison Taylor,…

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EP 106: Overcoming Anxiety & Overwhelm for Greater Success with Craig Ballantyne

As entrepreneurs are mostly told to focus on themselves, they tend to end up being frustrated and overwhelmed. People who are not emotionally ready for the challenges and hit the panic button turn out to not do so well in their business. Today’s guest will shine the light on how you should be facing your…

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