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Best Selling Books For Physical Therapists By Paul Gough
"As well as a Successful Clinic Owner, Paul Gough is a Small Business Author... Look Below To Find Out Which Of His #1 Best Selling Books Will Solve Your Physical Therapy Clinics BIGGEST Challenge..."
You're a cash pay PT clinic owner struggling to get a predictable flow of new patients OR, you are an
Insurance based PT clinic owner struggling to get enough referrals from doctors and wanting to get more cash
pay patients to make more profit...
You're a new or fledgling clinic owner looking to make your very first hire, OR, you’re an experienced clinic
owner “battle-scarred” from previous hiring nightmares and you're now looking to finally “crack the
code” on recruitment - thinking about hiring soon...
“There is no better person to connect with if you want to grow your business... I wish I’d found him 15 years ago”
Jerry DurhamCo-Owner 'San Francisco Sport and Spine', (CA)
“It’s amazing what Paul has achieved at his practice - I want to know how he’s done it so that I can do the same!”
Dr. Jarod CarterFounder Of Cash PT Podcast & Carter Physiotherapy, Austin (TX)
PAUL GOUGH BUILDS PHYSICAL THERAPY BUSINESSES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC
Paul Gough helps great Physical Therapists become successful business owners. Fresh out of PT School Paul was hired by one of the UK’s top professional Soccer teams where he worked as head Physiotherapist for 4 seasons. At the age of just “26”, Paul QUIT his high-profile job in pro-soccer to start his own clinic, known as the “Paul Gough Physio Rooms”. He has since built that cash-based business from a spare room in his home, to $1m +, multi-location private practice, in a country with a completely FREE socialist health care system as his main competition.
This email sums up pretty much EVERYTHING that I’ve been preaching since the day I started and is precisely how I’ve grown my own clinic so successfully. It’s because there’s NO such thing as a price objection. Only a lack of certainty in the outcome...