Best Physical Therapy Podcasts 2019

Podcasts are a great source of information for physical therapists who are always on the go. Whether you're looking to learn a few quick tips from industry experts or just like hearing about other physical therapists' experiences, we recommend taking a few minutes of your day to listen to these quality podcasts.


The Cash-Based Practice Podcast

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About the Podcast

Dr. Jarod Carter specializes in helping PTs learn from his experiences with launching a fully cash-based clinic in Austin, TX. On his podcast, he interviews other successful cash-based PTs to get their advice about marketing, transitioning to a cash-based model, and other tips for PTs who are interested in optimizing their cash-based revenue. He also shares his own honest, personal experiences in regard to what he's learned in the process of launching his own cash-based practice and hiring full-time staff. If you're running a cash-based practice, or are interested in transitioning to such a model, this is definitely the right podcast to check out.

Episode Frequency

~Monthly.

Running Time

~30 minutes.


The Ask Mike Reinold Show

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About the Podcast

Dr. Mike Reinold runs Champion Physical Therapy and Performance, a Boston-based clinic. Dr. Reinold and his colleagues started the podcast, The Ask Mike Reinold Show, in which they discuss and answer viewers' questions every week.

Each episode covers a grab bag of topics/questions that are relevant to the industry. Reinold and his colleagues engage in candid discussions about industry topics and research, ranging from what physical therapists can learn from chiropractors, to tips for online branding, as well as many clinical topics like heel pain treatment and CrossFit wrist injuries. This podcast is a refreshing change of pace from other podcasts, and offers an interesting example of how a group of colleagues in a PT clinic can successfully share their expertise in a casual, conversational setting.

Episode Frequency

Weekly.

Running Time

~15 minutes.


Start a Therapy Practice Podcast

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About the Podcast

Scott Harmon, the host of Start a Therapy Practice Podcast, owns and runs two therapy clinics. In this podcast, he shares advice for successfully launching and/or operating your own therapy clinic. Episodes provide guidance on such topics as building a cash practice from scratch, and the right metrics/analytics to track and measure in order to ensure success. To supplement the advice he offers in the podcast, Dr. Harmon also offers a number of free tools on his website, including forms, checklists, and guides.

Episode Frequency

~Monthly.

Duration

~30 min-1 hr.


The Physical Therapy Business School Podcast

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About the Podcast

Paul Gough, owner of 4 cash-based practices in the UK, launched The Physical Therapy Business School Podcast to help fellow PTs become successful business owners. Each episode offers quick tips and strategies for growing your clinic from a business perspective. Past topics include tips for successfully following up with patients, creating marketing plans to attract specific types of patients (CrossFit, cash-pay, etc.), and how to prevent your business from flatlining by continually increasing the number of patient visits.

Episode Frequency

Once a week, sometimes more often.

Running Time

Varies, ranging anywhere from 5 minutes to almost 3 hours.


PTonICE

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About the Podcast

Dr. Jeff Moore is the owner of The Institute of Clinical Excellence (ICE), which offers courses and certification programs for PTs all across the country. As opposed to other podcasts that primarily focus on interviewing guests, the PTonICE podcast sometimes features guests and Q&As, but it primarily serves as more of a personal outlet for Dr. Moore, who uses the podcast to offer his opinions about the business and clinical knowledge needed to be a successful physical therapist today.

Dr. Moore provides tips on everything from building patient confidence to when it's the right time to launch a blog or start producing content to promote your clinic. Because a new episode is available almost every day, it provides a daily source of inspiration to listeners, to motivate them to elevate their approach to building a more successful clinic.

Episode Frequency

~Daily

Running Time

~15 minutes

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