Growing Your Podiatry Practice
"In times of change, the learners will inherit the earth, while the knowers remain well prepared for a world that no longer exists" - Eric Hoffer
Changes have already come to medical practices and more change is rapidly approaching. As you face these changes in the profession and in your personal practice, you are faced with a choice of perspective. You can focus on a future where you work harder to see more patients and struggle to maintain the level of productivity you have now. Or, you can see these changes as the opportunity you’ve needed to move your practice forward and build it up in the way you want.
Many doctors default to the first perspective and find themselves quickly burnt out. Those who choose to see the opportunities, however, are able to use these changes as building blocks to transform their practice. They simply have to learn how to use them.
Only You Can Make This Choice
Consider these factors that are shaping the direction of podiatry:
As the population ages, there is an increasingly large group of people—particularly in the “Baby Boomer” generation—that find themselves facing problems with their feet and ankles.
The government and other forces are intruding on health care more and more, and patients are looking for care providers who are prepared and able to handle this.
Podiatrists are able to offer more and better services for a high level of health care that can also help increase your bottom line.
There are better, more effective ways to market your podiatry practice that simply didn’t exist in the past.
The profession is developing a culture of sharing “best practices,” allowing you to learn what works from the most successful doctors.
Together, these shifts in the field are redirecting podiatry and providing massive opportunities for you to build an organized, thriving practice. Those who don’t face and embrace these will find themselves struggling to function in a world they no longer understand. The good news for you is that you can choose whether or not to adapt. No one can take that choice from you—except yourself.
There Are Practical Ways to Adapt Successfully, and You Can Learn Them
Most doctors are not taught how to adapt and make the most of shifts in the profession. This isn’t their fault. They may even want to make the changes, but end up giving up and missing out on thousands of dollars simply because they don’t know what to do or where to start. That is why Top Practices is here. Our team has created and refined strategies to help you dramatically grow your practice. Dozens of podiatrists across North America and other parts of the world have successfully implemented these techniques and found that they really do work.
So, Is Top Practices Right for Me?
The truth is that Top Practices is not for everyone. You have to be willing to learn a new way to market, and this does take time. This is not the place for doctors looking for a quick, magic fix. If you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and actually put in the effort required to make this work, then this is absolutely the right place for you. Everyone says they want more patients, a better cash flow, and less stress. Many even believe they want this enough to make the necessary changes—but the reality is that most people lose interest and revert back to the familiar but ineffective patterns rather quickly. If you’re up for the challenge, though, we’re thrilled to have you. You can check out our application to learn more about who we are and what we offer.
What kind of practices are really Top Practices?
All sizes. We have multi-doctor, multi-office, multi-million dollar practices as members, right next to little solo-doc offices. Size isn’t important.
All locations. Our members work all over the United States and even internationally. Big city, backwoods rural, north, south, east, west, mountains, beaches—wherever. They are learning to thrive in their own communities.
All levels of experience. You could be brand-new to the field, starting in your first office, or you could have been in the game for multiple decades. We have engaged and successful members in both categories.
Remember, a Rising Tide Floats All Boats
Our Mastermind group is designed to allow you to learn from other who are succeeding in their marketing and management. Our members understand that “a rising tide floats all boats,” and share exactly what is working for them. You don’t have to just take our word for it, though. It’s important you hear from actual doctors and what they have to say about what they’ve learned from the Mastermind group and Top Practices as a whole.
We Don’t Play Games with Our Claims
We believe strongly in the techniques and strategies we’ve developed. We also believe you should only be a member if you find what we offer really works for you, so we don’t have any minimum contracts or membership time periods. If we aren’t helping you, you can leave at any time simply by telling us you’d like to do so. However, we also know that what we do does help—many of our members joined when we started in January 2007 and are still here and participating.
Marketing your practice doesn’t have to be frustrating, and it shouldn’t cost you in the end. Your return should be far greater than anything you spend. If this sounds right to you, check out our application. You can fax it to us right away and we’ll contact you promptly with more information.
If you have questions about The Top Practices Mastermind Group or any of our programs you can also email us at Answers@TopPractices.com or call us at (717) 725-2679.