Another year has flown by and that means it’s almost time for the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience!
As a private practice otolaryngologist, imbalanced and dizzy patients are often sent to see you for help. If you’re like most, these patients can be time consuming and often leave disappointed without answers. On the other hand, there’s a new therapeutic option available for these patients that will leave you filled with joy when balance or dizziness patients come to your practice.
Passive income is income resulting from cash flow on a regular basis, and only requires minimal effort by the owner to maintain it. Did you know you can create passive income streams in your practice that will give you more freedom of time and financial security for the future?
You can now add balance to your practice in as little as one month with the FYZICAL implementation team’s proven method.
After doubling his revenue every 18 months, Dr. Jeff Gallups now operates a more than $30 million dollar otolaryngology practice - one of the largest of its kind in the Southeast.
After years of frustration having no answer to help imbalanced and dizzy patients, Dr. Chip Hebert has now opened a state-of-the-art clinic in Lafayette, LA with diagnostic testing and treatment, staffed by a well-trained and seasoned team of providers. There’s nothing else like it in his area, and below, he shares what it’s doing for both his business and his patients.
It’s been a year since Carl Stephenson and his 4 partners opened a FYZICAL balance center inside their ENT practice in Tuscaloosa, AL. Let’s take a look at what Stephenson and his partners have been able to accomplish over the past year for their patients, their practice, and the entire state of Alabama.
Tags: Alabama, Carl Stephenson, Ancillary services, Surgery, Productivity, franchisee, Hearing Aids, Referrals, Reimbursements, FYZICAL, Exit Strategy, Management, Hospitals, Otolaryngology, Franchising, Private Practice, Business, Audiology, Increase hearing aid sales
One of Carl Stephenson’s partners is Dr. James Edgar Shotts, an otolaryngologist approaching the climax of his career. A few years ago, Shotts reached an age where he was no longer comfortable performing surgeries for his patients, but he was not ready to retire. He reduced his practice load to part time, and his interest as a practitioner started to dwindle. He had considered retiring for a handful of years, until his partner Carl brought FYZICAL to the business. Shotts hasn’t looked back since.
In today’s world of endless technology and social media, a company Facebook page is a necessity! It’s not enough just to have a Facebook page though. You need to discover what kind of content your patients are looking for on social media and provide that content consistently and creatively. Over time you can increase your following and engage more with your followers—which will lead to greater brand awareness, and ultimately… scheduling more patient visits!
For the past 18 years, board-certified Otolaryngologist and Neurotologist Dr. William McFeely has witnessed imbalanced patients suffering from the same issues over and over again, without having the answer to help them. Today, McFeely has an answer, and is working on recruiting physicians and physical therapists across the southeast to help these patients with this new model.
Tags: Peer-to-peer, franchisee, Prevention, FYZICAL, Exit Strategy, Otolaryngology, Private Practice, Business, Ancillary services, Franchising, balance, William McFeely, Carl Stephenson, Alabama, Mississippi