"Dear IndeFree, This is the best investment that I have made for the success of my
business. Your class has inspired me to think outside the box
and change the way I'm practicing. The
information is practical and can be applied to my practice
immediately. Each of the topics covered were relevant and
important to gain a clear understanding of the private practice
James should do more inspirational speaking. He delivers an
important message with a powerful presentation. I'm thankful
that I found IndeFree and plan on working with them for many years
-Tanya Dougherty, PT (4/30/06)
IMPORTANT: The Cold Hard
Ko, MPT, Founder
therapy private practices across the country are operating at only 2%
of the success that is available to them...only 2% out of the
100% that is possible in terms of their space size, potential
clientele, revenue, referrals and profits!
When I analyze the
"successfulness" of a
physical therapy business (or
occupational therapy business) thereís only one measure
I look at. Surprisingly, it's not the number of patients seen per
day, or new patients scheduled per week, or even revenue collected each month. These numbers can be good
but yet the
owner NOT be happy or able to sleep at night.
There is only ONE
quantifiable measurement that can truly indicate how stable and strong the practice
is and Iíll REVEAL it to you in the course! Just knowing the
answer transforms most practices!
Important: If you truly want
financial independence and professional freedom through private practice you must read this
When asking physical therapists in private practice what they liked least about having their own practice, the overwhelming response included three issues:
1. "Insurance reimbursement problems!"
2. "Marketing for new referrals!"
3. "Long hours and late nights!"
When asked what they liked most, the
#1 answer was, "The independence and freedom!"
In order to have true independence and freedom your
private practice must
maximize reimbursement, have consistent new referrals, and must not require long hours and late nights!
Your practice should make you
a lot of money with excellent patient loyalty
automatically regardless of you being there or not!
that building a successful private practice is much like building a house. Since
you've never done it before you can't really expect to know how.
You may know enough to
lumber, drywall, nails, etcetera but when it comes time to putting it all together, without a blueprint (the know how) can you expect to succeed?
Okay, for those who are very handy and resourceful, you may get the foundation and framing started, but
getting everything else to fit right and be sturdy...no way!
At some point you'll realize the need for a
detailed professional plan. Hopefully
sooner than later (some take years to realize they need help).
waste years trying to figure it out on your own (like most
private practices), reading, trying, browsing,
asking other physical and occupational therapists who are not even in
private practice, waiting, with no guarantee . . . or you can simply enroll in
our course today and get the know-how instantly!
Your practice will only be as good as the decisions you make while developing
it. Make a wise one
now. Your future depends on it!
for those already in private practice:
When you begin learning the step-by-step methods, you may be surprised to find that it can be applied
instantly with your referrals and profits increasing steadily over time.
To help you understand how this is possible and why all physical therapists aren't doing it, here are some
First, the change from the road of failure to the road of success is usually accomplished with a
minor shift in perspective.
Second, most physical therapists are pretty stubborn. So stubborn in fact that great
treasures waiting under their very noses are often overlooked--when just
seeing things a little differently is all it takes to getting them.
Our classes will take you
step-by-step through a program that:
-Is easy to learn, easy to apply
-Doesn't cost much money
-Produces immediate results
-Brings instant profit
Simply put - enroll in our class, come and learn, go and do it! It's that easy.
Could you make a wiser decision?
a lot of money to be made in
private practice but most physical therapists don't know how!
why you see
corporations getting into our industry. Part of the
problem is the old idea of what a "private
practice" should be, and the
lack of business skills of the typical
we, as physical
therapists, will never gain true autonomy and
strength as independent practitioners until we work
together in succeeding in the private sector doing things our
way, the right way.
My name is
James Ko, MPT, and I'm the President of the IndeFree Association.
course is an affordable way for you to learn how to build
consistent new referrals, get paid extremely well, and automate