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Are you a Chiropractor or Physical Therapist working long hours, worrying about lower repayments, and missing out on quality time with your family? You can DOUBLE your income, without working more hours, by adding a gym to your practice. Clinic Gym Hybrid Solutions shares success stories, and how you can be on your way to freedom in as little as 6 months.

Clinic Gym Radio Dr. Josh Satterlee

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Are you a Chiropractor or Physical Therapist working long hours, worrying about lower repayments, and missing out on quality time with your family? You can DOUBLE your income, without working more hours, by adding a gym to your practice. Clinic Gym Hybrid Solutions shares success stories, and how you can be on your way to freedom in as little as 6 months.

    Patient-Centered Chiropractic Medicine with Craig Liebenson

    Patient-Centered Chiropractic Medicine with Craig Liebenson

    Today we are joined by Dr. Craig Liebenson, the director of L.A. Sports and Spine, a pain management, rehabilitation & performance enhancement center based out of Los Angeles. Dr. Liebenson is one of the most forward-thinking chiropractors of our time, changing the way people view and practice both rehab and chiropractic medicine. He has recently published the third edition of his textbook, Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Patient-Centered Approach. He believes this edition offers a better understanding of bio-psycho-social, patient support systems, and self-care.
    “Give people tangible hope with an achievable plan.” – Craig Liebenson
    Topics covered include:
    -Which of Dr. Liebenson’s core beliefs have changed between the new and old editions of his book
    -Accepting that you are not always the solution in someone’s success
    -Thinking inside the box – getting creative within your constraints
    -How Dr. Liebenson went against the grain at the start of his chiropractic career
    -Gamification in chiropractic medicine
    -Empowering patients to self-care
    -Over-treatment resulting from over detection
    -Working with different patients with different healing criteria
    -Using exercise in a patient-centered approach and making moving a positive experience
    Connect with Dr. Liebenson and check out the newest edition of his book on https://firstprinciplesofmovement.com/
    Check out performbetter.com and the three-day training summits they offer in Orlando, Chicago, Providence, and Long Beach

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Physical Therapy for Golfers with Maureen Olsen

    Physical Therapy for Golfers with Maureen Olsen

    Today we are joined by Maureen Olsen, a top PGA Pro golf coach in the Midwest area. PGA Pro golf coaches are those who are certified professionals through America’s PGA golf curriculum. Maureen is based out of two public, municipal golf courses within the Kansas City area and prefers to teach with a holistic approach. Over the past six years where she has been based out of these courses, she has taught thousands of lessons to all levels. Her and Josh discuss what they believe to be a “gold mine” of potential business in the golf and physical therapy industries.
    “Don’t be afraid to go knock on doors, be persistent… Don’t be afraid to reach out.” -Maureen Olsen
    Topics covered include:
    -Making contacts in the industry
    -Using a holistic approach to coaching
    -Benefits of a team approach with sports and physical therapy
    -Improving physical health and how it’s connected to improved skill and reduced pain
    -Using a hands-on approach
    -Maureen’s ultimate setup for a relationship with a PT/chiropractor
    -Instilling trust in students/customers
    -Integration of technology in training and health
    -Importance of positive word of mouth, distribution lists, face to face contact
    -Simplicity in workouts without major equipment
    -Working in an area where people want to improve/get better
    Check out performbetter.com and the three-day training summits they offer in Orlando, Chicago, Providence, and Long Beach.
    Reach out to Maureen through her Instagram: @maureenolsengolf

    • 43 min
    Rehab to Fitness with Thomas Teter

    Rehab to Fitness with Thomas Teter

    Thomas Teter is a chiropractor based in Kansas City, Missouri. He operates out of a 12,000 sq. ft. gym, with half functioning as a standard gym and the other as a training space. Thomas is currently working on his new program Rehab to Fitness where he gives clinicians a plug-and-play-plan. Rehab to Fitness gets them to think about what fitness looks like from start to finish, how to introduce a new product to market, and help their clients bridge the gap between their current capacity and their goals.
    “You want to talk about a practice builder, add fitness as part of what you’re doing, as it’s part of what people need anyway… You’re just doing it under your brand and your expertise.” -Thomas Teter
    Topics covered include:
    -The biggest difference between good and great clinicians
    -Using small, variable changes to make big program improvements
    -One of the best things you can do for your resume
    -Benefits of working with minimal resources
    -Integrating technology into clinic work
    -Properly presenting information to current and potential clients
    -Working with athletes from sports you are unfamiliar with
    -TPI education
    -Entering a new market
    -Advice for new chiropractors in a changing world
    -Working to improve performance rather than just eliminate pain
    -Expanding your portfolio to new sports
    Connect with Thomas:
    Engineering Athletes
    Rehab to Fitness
    Sign up for a course with Thomas:
    Southeast Sports Seminars
    Check out:
    Membrandt

    • 50 min
    Automate Your Clinic Gym Hybrid Marketing with Michael Sharkey

    Automate Your Clinic Gym Hybrid Marketing with Michael Sharkey

    Today we are joined by Michael Sharkey, CEO at Autopilot. Autopilot is an easy and visual marketing software for automating the customer journey. They are on a mission to help modern marketers create remarkable experiences for their customers. In this episode, Michael speaks about the ease and importance of automated marketing. He talks about the four phases of growing and marketing your small business, and that a lot of people forget that the retention phase is most critical. Later, Michael explains why paying for Facebook ads may be a waste of money; instead, it may be more beneficial to set up automated marketing.
    “As a business owner, you think about all these things you should be doing, but you’re not.” -Michael Sharkey
    Topics covered include:
    – A background of Autopilot HQ.
    – The difference between campaign marketing and automated marketing.
    – Closing the gap between what a big company can do in terms of marketing and what a small business owner can do.
    – Thinking through the continuous change of value for the customers.
    – Why paying for Facebook ads could be a waste of money.
    – How to think through the customer journey.
    – The importance of keeping track of which stage your leads are in.
    – Sending out a “what to expect” email to reduce patient anxiety.
    – About open APIs.
    – Doing something simple is better than doing nothing.
    – The resources and software that Michael recommends.
    – When to think like a human and not like a marketer.
    Autopilot HQ: https://www.autopilothq.com
    Strava: https://www.strava.com
    Type Form: https://www.typeform.com
    Michael on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikesharkey/
    Email Michael: mike@autopilothq.com
    Michael on Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelsharkey
    Autopilot on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AutopilotCustomerCommunityOfficial
    Selective Functional Movement Assessment: www.functionalmovement.com
    Clinic Gym Hybrid: www.clinicgymhybrid.com

    • 49 min
    How to Document as a Chiropractor with Gregg Friedman

    How to Document as a Chiropractor with Gregg Friedman

    Today we are joined by Gregg Friedman, a graduate of Arizona State University. While at ASU, he completed the pre-med requirements while getting a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Gregg likes to explain all available options to patients and to serve them where they want to be served. In this episode, Gregg explains the importance of documentation, yet reveals the unnecessary things that chiropractors are documenting like subjective complaints. Stay tuned to hear Gregg discuss what type of outcome questionnaires you should look for and how to properly use two-week trials.
    “I interviewed medical doctors – every one of them was burnt out and hated practicing medicine.” -Gregg Friedman
    Topics covered include:
    – How Gregg started his chiropractic career.
    – Competing as a public speaker.
    – Measuring the patient’s range of motion.
    – The importance of documenting.
    – There is no need to over-document – say less and be more specific.
    – The top three things not to include in the documentation.
    – Look for quick and easy outcome questionnaires.
    – Using two-week trials to become more patient-centered.
    – Using functional measurements to get beyond the four-week mark.
    – Explain to the patients why they need to fill out the outcome questionnaire.
    – Treating athletic patients to improve their performance.
    – The need to document their performance to determine if care is benefiting their athletic performance.
    – The need for data in the chiropractic space – the more data we have, the more we can help people.
    Arcadia Spinal Health Center: https://www.arcadiaspinalhealth.com
    Selective Functional Movement Assessment: www.functionalmovement.com

    • 56 min
    Protecting Your Clinic Gym Hybrid from Lawsuits with Ken Reinig

    Protecting Your Clinic Gym Hybrid from Lawsuits with Ken Reinig

    Today we are joined by Ken Reinig, speaker and health club insurance expert. Ken focuses his attention on the variety of controversial issues that club owners must be knowledgeable about in order to reduce exposure to lawsuits. Ken insures over 3,000 health clubs nationwide, and his company also handles the risk management side of things. This includes everything from what type of waivers you should be using, how to fill out an incident report, and sexual harassment training. Risk management is about having a procedure in place for when a lawsuit is presented.
    “The courts side time and time again with an employee who is badmouthing the company on social media.” -Ken Reinig
    Topics covered include:
    – Suggestions around employees’ use of social media at the gyms.
    – Employee who badmouth a company on social media and how courts have been handling these situations.
    – Getting named in a lawsuit.
    – The likelihood of a gym-goer seeing a personal injury attorney after hurting themselves but telling management that it was their own fault.
    – The importance of documenting everything (video is the best, by far).
    – What happens when you change insurance companies after an incident occurs?
    – First steps after getting a letter that says you are being sued.
    – Ridiculous lawsuit prices.
    – Getting the certifications for personal trainers. If someone gets injured before they have the training, what happens?
    – Recommendations for reading through your insurance policy.
    Check out The Insurance Guy: https://theinsuranceguy.com
    Membrandt: https://membrandt.com
    Reinig Insurance Solutions: https://theinsuranceguy.com/
     

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

SynaptyxPerformance ,

Awesome for chiro students

Dr Josh and his guests do an awesome job of educating and entertaining his audience and provide tons of practical content for students and practicing docs. The podcasts combined with his newsletters are crucial for us students looking for cheap useful content. Thanks!!

SusieQUSMC ,

Value-Packed

Smart, funny, and implementable. If you’re even thinking about adding another service to your clinic, this podcast is a must before stepping out! Well done Dr Satterlee

wbleam ,

Great Podcast With Great Guests and Even Better Info!

This podcast has opened my eyes to the possibilties of combining your health care facility with a high quality gym. Dr. Josh brings his experience and expertise with this model and does a great job interviewing his guests to get the most useful information from their fields of expertise. If you own a chiropractic or PT office then you should definitely listen to this podcast!

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