5 Easy Ways to Improve Patient Care

In working with hundreds of physical therapists to help them build successful practices, I’ve discovered a pattern of mistakes that PTs make. These mistakes can cost you big time (like $10,000 or more a MONTH!). Have you ever said: 

  • “Patients only come in once or twice, then drop out of treatment. Ugh!”
  • “Patients aren’t scheduling the full plan of care they should be!”
  • “My front desk is worn out, just trying to reschedule patients who cancel!”
  • “I’m worried about my practice’s cash flow.” 

In this ultimate guide to increasing patient visits, you’ll learn: 

  • The 5 biggest mistakes PTs make – and how to reclaim the thousands of dollars these mistakes are costing you!
  • Exactly what to say to patients to make them understand their plan of care.
  • The Million Dollar Question that will increase patient visits and reduce cancellations and no-shows.
  • The #1 thing you can do to get patients to keep coming back (most PTs skip this step!)

Even successful practices can make these changes to improve patient care, decrease cancellations, and increase cash flow.

What People Are Saying...

"...We had grown by 100 visits - a 20% increase for us at that time."  

"Within 5 months of working with Jamey, and within 2 months of joining the Lighthouse Program, we had grown by 100 visits - a 20% increase for us at that time. The momentum and support emboldened me enough to sever ties with our largest referral source (a physician from whom we leased space) and pursue a new office buildout!"  

Shannon Murphy Owner, Bodysense PT

About Jamey

Dr. Jamey Schrier is the Founder of Practice Freedom U, business training for physical therapists. He grew and then sold his multi-location PT business for a price often reserved for businesses quadruple the size. In 2013, he began teaching other PT owners how to grow and scale their businesses to achieve what he calls Practice Freedom. Jamey has coached hundreds of private practitioners to create their own version of Practice Freedom. His book, “The Practice Freedom Method,” has reached thousands more and is changing the PT industry.  

Jamey’s mission continues to be helping other physical therapists prosper in and out of the clinic. He created Practice Freedom U with the purpose of providing real-world strategies and methodology, a sense of community, and coaching support to help transform the lives of his students, their families, and their staff.