PT Launchpad - A Podcast for Physical Therapy Practice Owners
About This Show
Lincoln Kinkade, PT, started Physical Therapy Launchpad (PTLP) to help private physical therapy practice owners achieve success in their business. The team at PTLP wants you to break through to achieve all that is possible in your practice, in your personal life, and in the community you serve. Whether you are a new PT practice owner, or a seasoned veteran PT entrepreneur, We believe you will benefit for being a part of PTLP NATION. So, Strap in and Prepare to LAUNCH!
Most Recent Episode
56: Chad Madden, MSPT: Boot Camp To Learn To Market Your Physical Therapy Practice
May 18 17
Lincoln Kinkade & Chad Madden | Market Your Physical Therapy Practice
Chad Madden is the founder of Madden Physical Therapy in Harrisburg, PA and the #1 watched Back Pain & Sciatica specialist in the world.His company BreakThrough PT Marketing helps private PT practice owners in the US and Australia take their practices to a new level. He grew up in West Hanover and graduated from Central Dauphin High School in 1995.
Chad’s treatment schedule is limited today as he focuses much of his time and energy working with and helping other Physical Therapy owners across the US and Australia. He is the co-Founder of that company Breakthrough PT Marketing.
Time-Stamped Show Notes:
01:30 – Introduction to Chad Madden
02:30 – Have you expanded from representing and helping Physical Therapists?”
03:30 – Taking a look at what’s going on in physical therapy.
07:20 – Why are so many owners trying to find refuge with corporate giants?
09:30 – Best piece of advice for owner’s who need to market your physical therapy practice to bring in leads.
12:30 – Stand-alone promotions and why they fizzle
15:20 – Building a culture in your business
21:04 – Telling your staff how much you make versus not telling them
22: 30 – Chad Madden’s Chicago Bootcamp
28:00 – Best Piece of advice from Chad
3 Key Points:
Get your staff motivated by being excited about new initiatives.
Do a community seminar to get a contact list of possible patients
You can sit back and watch someone get addicted to opioids or you can do something about it through physical therapy.
Resources Mentioned to Market Your Physical Ther