How to Grow A Vestibular Physiotherapy Practice to 100+ New Patients A Month
What effect would an additional 20 new patients a month have on your physiotherapy clinic? How about 50, 75, 100, or thinking big how about over 100?
Does the hard work and time you take attending courses to improve your skills and patient outcomes automatically result in increased referrals?
Does your community have a good understanding of how you can impact their health and well-being?
If you have ever wondered about these things, we get it as we have been there ourselves.
Kregg Ochitwa, physiotherapist and founder of the North 49 Balance & Dizziness Centre, will join us to share his “secret sauce” (looks like it will not be a secret for long!)
Kregg is going to share how he consistently gets well over 100 new vestibular therapy referrals a month, even in a pandemic and when other clinics market the same service.
The information in this webinar is what Kregg wishes someone had told him years ago!
Question: Is this webinar only for those wanting to market their vestibular therapy services?
Answer: No. The strategies provided will help market any physiotherapy service stream or niche (i.e. women’s health, sports injuries, concussion, etc).
Our goal is that after this webinar you will be able to focus on specific strategies to make an impact with any of your service streams.
This Webinar Will Result In:
- Increased new patient referrals.
- Improved health and well-being in your community.
- Increased satisfaction with your job.
- Increased bottom line for your clinic.
The training you have taken has been great at improving your clinical skills. Now let’s help you market those skills so you can enjoy using them to help others and grow your clinic.
We look forward to seeing you on October 14th! Register below (you must be signed into Embodia to register).
Space is limited to the first 500 registrants. Once registration is full, a waitlist will be started.
BScPT, CWCE, CredMDT
Kregg has been a registered physical therapist since 1995. Over the years his caseload has shifted from solely orthopedic to a mix of orthopedic and vestibular. With this background he has also established a reputation for treating concussion, having treated athletes in the NFL, CFL, college ranks, WHL, high school athletes, and the weekend warrior.
In 2008, he completed all of the requirements of the Vestibular Rehabilitation: a competency based course at Emory University, Atlanta Georgia. Since then he has continued to take ongoing courses throughout North America in regards to orthopedics, traumatic brain injury, and vestibular therapy. He has also been asked to teach weekend courses and present at various conferences throughout North America and Europe.
In 2010, Kregg opened the North 49 Balance & Dizziness Centre in his hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The clinic has since grown from a staff of one to seven physical therapists, where well over half of the caseload consists of patients with dizziness and/or balance issues.