How to “Fool-Proof” Your Hiring Process




Welcome back! Recently, we’ve been discussing how to hire amazing staff for your private practice. So far, we’ve learned the difference between good and bad staff (insert link to part one here), the idea of working yourself out of job one position at a time, and which clinical responsibilities need to be delegated to reliable […]

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  • Chad
  • a couple of days ago

Characteristics to Look for When Hiring




In our last article, we discussed the difference between good and bad staff members and how each affects the culture of your clinic. You now know what a necessity hiring good staff is, but which positions do you need to hire, who is best suited to help relieve you of clinical responsibility, and most importantly, […]

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3 Biggest Orlando Bootcamp Takeaways




Back in January, my team held one of our Bootcamp events. These events are a chance for PT owners to get together and learn some of the best practices for direct access marketing. Today I want to share three of my biggest takeaways from our Bootcamp in Orlando. Since this was the first Breakthrough event […]

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We’re Hiring! Ambitious Sales Development Rockstars Wanted




BPTM is growing fast and we need your help…. If you know of any rockstars who are interested in joining a remote team dedicated to changing the face of private practice physical therapy then… we would love to hear from you. We’re looking to hire several positions in our sales team. The ideal candidates: Are […]

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  • Chad
  • a few months ago

Focus on Values, Not the Competition




A competing PT practice just moved in down the street from Madden PT. There was a point in time where this would bother me tremendously. But surprisingly, I’m not worried about the competition. This video will explain how I reached this point in my practice, and how you can, too. The key thing is to […]

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  • Chad
  • a few months ago

How to Maximize the Value of Your Practice




Lately I’ve been working on training for owners who want to “exit with equity” i.e. those who increase the value of their practice so that they can earn more when they sell. Now, if selling/retiring is a bit far off for you, you might be thinking that this type of training doesn’t apply to you […]

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  • Chad
  • a few months ago
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