Cash Based Therapy
Aaron LeBauer joins me to discuss cash based therapy. He and his wife own and operate a cash only PT practice.
Aaron started a massage therapy business in 1999. He decided he needed more knowledge and expertise on the body and how it worked so he went to PT school. As a student, he figured out quickly that he did not want to work in the corporate world of PT because he wanted to give more individualized care to his patients.
Besides running his own cash based practice, Aaron now helps other therapists learn how to start a cash only practice too. He has an Ebook called Blogging For Your Practice and a comprehensive course called The Cash PT Blueprint. Click here to view more details about these tools.
I love Aaron’s attitude of simplicity both in life and in private practice. It’s definitely an attitude that builds success.
Be sure to check out the links at the end of this post which are mentioned in our conversation.
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Here are some of the subjects we cover:
How to begin and nurture relationships that will bring you referrals
What to do if you are just starting a private practice
Specific information to have on your website to bring in customers
How to optimize your practice website so people can find you
A great marketing tip on how to follow up with clients you discharge
Different types of marketing and which types you should use
What Aaron uses for therapy notes
What tools Aaron uses for billing a client
Useful scheduling tools and apps
Txtscheduler for iphone
Guerilla Marketing Book on Amazon on Audible (Audio Book)
Links That Scott Recommends - Click Here
Academy of Private Practice - Start, Run and Grow a Therapy Practice - Video Based Lessons and Downloadable Tools - Plus Consulting - Enrollment Only Happens 3 Times A Year
Free Client Tracking Spreadsheet - How Scott keeps up with due dates, client information and so much more
FREE Ebook - What 150 Practice Owners Know - Get the Ebook by taking the survey - MUST have a private practice to take the survey
Get Scott's Free Forms
Forms that Scott uses in his clinics