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A Cash Based PT interviews a Venture Capitalist and WOW!

2 Things I learned from interviewing a Venture Capitalist

For those who are in a cash based physical therapy practice, here are 2 VERY IMPORTANT CONCEPTS I learned during my interview and blew my mind from a business standpoint.

PART 1 - What is your Circle of Influence in your area?  From a business/mentor network and patient network stand point.  Think big and stop setting the bar low with physical therapy.  Think outside the box and beyond your comfort zone.  This is the mindset, us as PT's, need to start thinking like!

"If your dreams don't scare you, your dreams are too small" - Richard Branson

PART 2 - Find out what we disagreed with and what the #1 problem is for a cash based PT clinic if you want to solve the root cause of people's pain.  Find out my response to him saying "I want a patient for life" comment.  He actually invested in a local health and wellness practice in my area that is my competition!  

For more information about opening a successful cash based PT practice, 

1.  proven 101 business and marketing strategies specifically for a cash based setting to generate over $10,000/month revenue
2.  FREE information on the Blog and Facebook page 
3.  What statistics you should EXACTLY be managing in your business
4.  What marketing works and what you should not waste your time and money on
4.  why I offer a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE and why I have a $3000 treatment package 

BONUS:  For the $100 Cheesesteak story CLICK HERE

If you are thinking about opening a cash based practice or if you already have one but are struggling, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at cashbasedpt@gmail.com with any questions, thoughts, or concerns.  I am here to help.


Ron Miller, DPT, OCS
Owner of Pursuit Physical Therapy
Owner of Cashbasedphysicaltherapy.org

Interested in live cases where I apply this approach and integrate it with pain science, manual therapy, repeated motions, IASTM, with emphasis on patient education? Check out Modern Manual Therapy!

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