Time is precious – we all acknowledge that pearl of wisdom. But when you own a PT private practice and still have patients, you are definitely being stretched too thin. This can lead to very negative consequences in your business and in your life.
Click HERE to watch my video and see why you must win the tug-of-war between being an “owner” and being a “PT” – in order to protect your practice. HODS can change your business and your life for the better with expected growth of an added half a million dollars per year. Our new model for private practices is based on science – and we have the clinical studies to prove it.
The numbers don’t lie: if you don’t take the time to work on the business end of your private practice you are literally throwing money away. This work includes speaking to visionary firms such as HODS and making the time for a call to discover the keys to building your profits and patient outcomes to dramatic levels of growth.
The APTA reports the average income of a PT today is about $120 per hour. If you spend 20 hours managing patients you would bring in about $2,400 a week or $124,800 per year.
But this number pales compared to what you make for yourself and your practice as an owner. If you actually spend 20 hours per week working on your main “product” as a private practice owner, which is profits, you will bring in about $961 per hour (based on a $1 million practice). This number is $499,720 per YEAR!
It’s time to break the cycle and prioritize your work as an owner. Don’t work “for” your private practice but instead have it work for you!
We are here to help you. How do we know it works? Because we are doing it now – and along with our 150 plus partners, live this truth every day: diagnostics is the solution to the problems plaguing our PT community.
Book a call now: HODSMeeting.com
Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PhD, DSc, ECS
ABPTS Board Certified in EMG/NCS Testing
Clinical Affiliate Assistant Professor FAU
College of Medicine