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Physical Therapy Career & Salary Guide: Avoid the Income Ceiling and Put Your Career in the FASTLANE

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Length: 267 pages1 hour

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No matter where you are in your career, this book can help you gain insight into what it takes to earn a top salary as a physical therapist. You’ll learn about avenues you can take in standard practice or in therapy-supporting industries that can maximize your income. You’ll get help to find your unique “why” that will guide you, as well as advice on picking “what” direction you can take to give you a desired outcome. Entrepreneurs interviewed in this book give advice for “how” to get there. These therapists include:

Heidi Jannenga, founder of WebPT Gene Shirokobrod, developer of the arc Mike Reinold of MikeReinold.com Tom Pennington of Physician Rehab Solutions Jarod Carter of DrJarodCarter.com Myra Bolton Scott of Champion, Partners in Rehab Greg Todd of GregToddPT.com Aaron LeBauer of LeBauer Consulting Karen Litzy, host of the Healthy, Wealthy and Smart Physical Therapy Podcast Eric Gartner of SimpleSet.net Lenny Macrina, an instructor with MedBridge Ben Fung of DrBenFung.org Sean Sumner, Amazon Kindle Author 

Chad Prince, MSPT, worked as a clinician for over ten years before transitioning into full-time administration. In this book, he combines his years of professional business experience and his understanding of the therapy world with his personal entrepreneurial journey developing a physical therapy product, the UELadder.  

What are therapists like you saying about this book?  

"Chad does an amazing job of guiding physical therapists to think out of the box and tap into their potential.  He clearly lays out numerous options to take your PT career into the fastlane and boost your income.  Great read!”  —Karen Litzy, PT, DPT, MS

“What an incredible wealth of knowledge for physical therapists … whether you’re happy as an employee or a veteran practice owner, there is so much in this book for us all. If you want a clear idea of how to make the most out of your career in physical therapy (financially and otherwise), read this book.”  —Jarod Carter, DPT

"I am already halfway through Chad’s book and it is eye opening, to be certain."—Bryce Williams, PT

"This book is a must read for aspiring physical therapists, current physical therapy students, new graduates and even seasoned therapists."  —Aaron LeBauer, DPT

“As a Doctor of Physical Therapy student on the verge of graduating, I am so grateful that I came across this book. … [Mr. Prince] covers such an array of topics ranging from current PT salaries, how insurance dictates pay, and how to increase one's income outside of the clinic.

“The last topic is especially what I loved about this book. Mr. Prince goes into detail about how a physical therapist can branch out beyond the clinic … Thought we were just clinicians? Think again!

“As a student, this book should be mandatory reading for students at every Doctor of Physical Therapy program across the country…I cannot recommend this book highly enough.”   — Will Boyd, SPT

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