Is 2018 the Year You Take Control of Your Career?
Have you ever wondered if you should open your own clinic, get a franchise or work for someone else? This webinar is perfect for physiotherapists, physiotherapist assistants, chiropractors, massage therapists, and entrepreneurs wondering “should I open my own private practice clinic?”
Join Lauren Beckett and Phillip Genesis, clinic owner, and physiotherapist, as they go over the pros and cons of owning your own clinic. By the end of this free webinar, you will have a very good idea if you should go out on your own, open a franchise, or continue working for someone else.
Originally Aired: Friday, January 26, 2018
In This Webinar, You Will Learn
Learn how to assess your readiness to open a clinic, objectively judge your skills, and how to start preparing. Our expert guest, Phillip Genesis, will tell you how he managed to get it all with the Assist Clinic Partnership Program. In this webinar you will learn:
- How to assess your readiness to open a clinic
- How to objectively judge your business skills,
- How to start preparing to open a clinic
- How to do a cost/benefit analysis
- How to assess your business skills
- How to plan for opening a clinic
- What to include in a professional business plan
- How to anticipate challenges before they arise
About the Presenters
Lauren Beckett - Special Projects Manager
Lauren Beckett has extensive experience in Canadian healthcare sector including insurer relations, health networks manager, communications and business development coordinator, and now through her management of strategic development as special projects manager. Lauren brings her in-depth knowledge of provincial, federal, and regulatory college regulations as well as her strategic planning skills this webinar.
Phillip Genesis - Clinic Owner and Physiotherapist
Phil graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2012. His clinical internships were completed with distinction for exemplary performance in outpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation. His proven skills in manual therapy and exercise prescription allow him to design and deliver effective treatment plans. Phil’s strong academic and clinical background, along with his continuing education courses within the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (Level 3), medical acupuncture, and athletic taping, lead to positive outcomes in helping his patients reach a full functional recovery.
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