As we embark on 2019, maybe it’s time that we begin considering innovative strategies to move our private practices out of 1995. After years of upgrading how physical therapy owners manage their practices and staff, we have to balance that with innovative practice techniques. These new techniques should not only get the results we want, but also build our brand of bringing the best patient care possible to the community.
We’re interviewing Jason Waz, PT of NeuPTTECH this week and talking about the science and results he’s seen with the Neubie electrical stimulator. Give this week’s podcast a listen for a special offer just for our listeners.
Episode at a glance:
Don’t be afraid to “BE WILLING TO LOOK”at new innovative ideas and strategies. Otherwise, you risk shutting yourself off to advancements in your practice.
BECOMING EXPERIENCED is not just a singular even whereby it only depends on what you see, feel and touch yourself. You can greatly increase your experiences in life through that of others by reading more and listening to more people and learning from their experiences as well as your own.
Follow the 4-step decision making process: research, deliberate, decide, and act. Make sure acting is velcroed to the decision step. Making a decision is ineffective without corresponding action.
Brian Gallagher, PT is the founder and CEO of MEG Business Management, LLC. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of rehabilitation and 19 years in business and specializes in Physical Therapy practice management and executive coaching nationwide. As a licensed business management consultant, Brian has helped hundreds of business owners nationwide improve their business operations through proper restructuring to achieve improved systems of efficiency and productivity as well as marketing and sales with effective public relations which have proven results for double-digit growth year-over-year with businesses around the country.