Welcome back to the latest episode of Therapy Insiders podcast LIVE. On this new format we answer your questions LIVE as well as cover some topics we see as relevant. On this episode we go over business, entrepreneurship and your questions on selling pain science to other medical professionals.
Continuing education (con-ed) is a necessity. You need to do it to maintain your license. You need to do it to maintain your skillset. You need to do it to simply keep up. How do you choose which con-ed courses to attend? They are often expensive, require travel and integration. Listen in for the answers.
What do you do when a patient presents with cervicogenic dizziness? How do you go about addressing the problem? How do you keep the patient comfortable? Answers in the podcast.
Is CashPT better than traditional PT? Is spending MORE time with someone equal to spending BETTER time with them? Is there any data to show that more time is better time? Discussion in the podcast.
There are certain inevitabilities in business. The one that most (if not all) can agree upon is failure.
At some point in your business you will fail. For most of us it happens daily. It's akin to baseball. If you hit .300 you are considered an All-star. That means failing 70% of the time puts you in an exclusively, highly successful group.
We embrace failure for what it is, a critical learning experience. We hope you do as well. Some lessons are tougher than others. In this episode, we share a couple stories that exemplify these concepts.
Then we discuss a dangerous tunnel visioned dilemma that experts run in to. It's dangerous because you may not even know it's happening until too late. Find out what the dilemma is and how to avoid it!