Building your own brand and business is difficult! Having some guidance from someone who has successfully built his brand and multiple businesses can make all the difference. Darryl Yardley joined us for a webinar to discuss how to turn your clinical skills into positive outcomes.
Join Darryl Yardley as he introduces the most clinically relevant skills that will impact your patients lives & your bottom line. You will walk away from this training with a clear path on how to channel your clinical skills to make a difference in your patients lives & build your business & brand.
Topics of Discussion:
- How to build your own brand even if you’re working for someone else.
- How to implement the skills you already have as a new grad to turn your patients into raving fans.
- How to master the patient experience even if you only have 15 minutes per client
- Discussing Finances on the First Visit [0:20]
- Phone Calls or Emails for Client Contact [2:05]
About the Instructor:
Darryl Yardley (PT, FCAMPT) is currently the Director of Quality, Risk and Therapy Services at the Brant Community Health System. He is the Chair of the Private Practice Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is a consultant with orthopaedic and neurosurgeons and has a special interest in hip and spine. He is a co-author of, Diagnosis and Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement: An Evidence-Based Approach – Chapter: ‘Evidence for Rehabilitation After FAI Surgery: A guide to Postsurgical Rehabilitation and Supporting Evidence.’ Darryl is the professor of the Business and Entrepreneurship in Physical Therapy course at Western University. He also lectures at McMaster, University of Toronto and Queen's on business and practice management topics. Darryl is the founder of Mentorship Bootcamp - offering the business training and career mentorship to succeed in today’s competitive market. He consults with many clinic owners to grow their business, and develop the business-acumen of their therapists. He is the co-founder of EnCORE Research, and a partner of the Pelvic Health Research Collaborative. He is the co-founder of Entry to Practice Essentials, the first Canadian PCE study guide.