Physical Therapist

Engineering the Heart and the Mind for Maximum Financial Success in your Physical Therapy Practice


Matthew S. Fischer, MSPT, received his Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2000 from the University of Montana. He has practiced in Helena since that time in outpatient orthopedic settings exclusively. In 2004, Matthew set out to establish Fischer Physical Therapy with emphasis on quality care and superior results. Matthew emphasizes a whole body approach to healing that integrates many types of therapeutic interventions. He continues to develop many innovative applications using both manual techniques and exercise.



Physical Therapist

The Exponential Practice - How to Establish the Foundations for Rapid Growth


Kevin graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree and the University of Delaware in 1991 with his Master’s in Physical Therapy. He has practiced in New York and New Jersey specializing in orthopedics, sports injuries, and post-operative care, as well as work injuries. He is a former wrestler, soccer player, and softball player. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing golf, volunteering his time assisting in coaching wrestling, refereeing NJ wrestling, and spending time with his 3 children and wife, Eileen. He began his career at Kessler Institute in West Orange, NJ and continued in sports-oriented orthopedic practices in New Jersey and Manhattan over the next 10 years. After moving to central New Jersey he was the Director of Rehabilitation for Ford Motor Company in Edison. Kevin then decided to open his own practice in Somerset, NJ in 2004. His treatment philosophy is exercise based to improve patient function with goal-oriented, measurable results.



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Get Out of the Weeds - How to Transition from Therapist to Owner


Dr. Richard Vicory is the owner of Performance Rehabilitation in Central Florida. Richard established Performance Rehabilitation in May of 2006. It is a private practice physical therapy and aquatic therapy facility dedicated to helping people to live more active, pain-free and independent lives.

Richard is a strong advocate for physical therapy and aquatic physical therapy because of the many unique benefits that each provides to a wide range of patients that are diverse in age, gender and backgrounds. Richard firmly believes that one-on-one personal attention, combined with patient education is essential to provide the best outcome to your care.

Richard received his Physical Therapy education at University of North Florida in 1997, and his Doctor of Physical Therapy from College of St. Scholastica in 2012. His professional interests focus on orthopedics and reduced weight bearing interventions. He has advanced education and certifications in orthopedic treatment, manual therapy, neuro-rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy. Richard also actively participates in clinical education. He is passionate about exposing students to physical therapy and its multitude of benefits.

When asked what his favorite part of being a physical therapist is, Richard’s answer is simply (and quite humbly) “I enjoy helping people.” Beyond a doubt, physical therapy is Richard’s passion and he is unquestionably in his ‘element’ when treating and caring for patients at Performance Rehabilitation.



Compliance Expert

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Cheryl House is the president and partner of CCH Medical Consultants, a consulting and management firm, and the Compliance Auditor for Illinois CancerCare. She has been in consulting, management, and billing for more than 30 years. She serves on the Illinois Valley Community College as a Healthcare Instructor for their Medical Billing and Coding program, and is the author of several coding training manuals and has been the editor of several coding and computer newsletters. She is a Registered Medical Coder (RMC) through The Medical Management Institute and a Certified Healthcare Instructor (CHI) through the National Healthcare Association. She is also certified through AAPC as a Certified Evaluation and Management Coder.



Physical Therapist

How to Build a Profitable Practice and Position Your Practice as "THE Choice" vs "A Choice"


Adam graduated from UNF in 2001 with a degree in sports medicine/athletic training, and in 2003 with his Master’s degree in physical therapy. Adam began his association with Atlas in 2001 during his school internship and has grown within the company, proudly becoming co-owner in 2013. He and his wife live in St Johns County with their 4 children. Adam enjoys maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle with his wife and kids. He is a die-hard St Louis Blues fan (that’s a hockey team for all the FL folk), and enjoys auto racing and soccer.



Physical Therapist

How to Scale from 1 Clinic to 8 Clinics While Keeping Your Sanity


Howard Morris is a leading sports physiotherapist in Cloverdale, Surrey. He completed his Post Graduate studies in Medical Honors in Sports Science under world renowned Doctor and Physiologist and Author of the "Lore of Running" Professor Tim Noakes, head of the Sports Science Institute of the University of Cape Town South Africa. Howard Morris specializes in neck/back pain, sports injuries and biomechanical posture alignment at the physio clinic in Cloverdale.

Cloverdale Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic (CPSC) is Cloverdale’s most successful Sports Injury Clinic in Surrey B.C. Now 6 locations for Physiotherapy available in Surrey.



Physical Therapist

Leadership and Management in the Trenches - Underground Tactics to Skyrocket your Practice


Natasha is the Director of Panorama Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic, Surrey, BC, and the President of Clayton Heights 188St Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic, Surrey, BC. She is also the Co-Director of several clinics including the Surrey Hwy 10 Physiotherapy & Massage Clinic, Surrey 152 St Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic and Surrey 88 Ave Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic. Her areas of expertise include vestibular assessment and rehabilitation, shift concussion management, motor vehicle injuries, workplace injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation and sports injuries. She enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling and baking, especially for her 4 year old daughter Eva!

Natasha has a Masters degree in Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, certified by the American Institute of Balance in Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation and is certified by the American Institute of Balance in Concussion Management. She has been a private practice physiotherapist since 2004 and has extensive experience working with ICBC and Worksafe BC clients. Natasha has treated numerous athletes from a variety of sports including water polo, swimming, soccer and ultimate frisbee.




How to Get Your First 10,000 Patients


Ronald Davis (a.k.a the ‘Sage’) has worked as a strategic advisor to over a thousand practices over the years, helping them engineer success from the ground up. Ronald has created standard operating procedures for the clinic administrator, front desk, clinicians and marketers, and has been instrumental in creating a 'set it and forget it' lifestyle for physical therapy practice owners across the country. With his Zen-like approach and unique perspective from his days in the trading industry, Ron is an artist at creating strategic marketing tactics and helping practices overcome their own limitations. Ron can help you 'make the most of what you've got' by collaborating with you and your staff to utilize all available resources systematically and consistently. In his spare time, Ron is an avid movie fan, enjoys many types of cuisine from around the world, a member of the Shinbukan Kuroda Dojo, as well as spending time with family and close friends.



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Nitin Chodda PT, DPT, CSCS is a physical therapist licensed in NJ and NY and is the author of “Physical Therapy Marketing For The New Economy”, “The Truth About ICD-10” and “Electronic Health Records and Medical Billing Software Simplified – The Before, During and After Practice Workflow” (all available on Nitin has written hundreds of articles on physical therapy marketing for IMPACT, ADVANCE and PT Magazine, and is on the editorial board of IMPACT and PERSPECTIVES magazine (both APTA publications). He has presented at the Private Practice Section Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, in addition to his talks at various conventions in the US, Canada and Asia.

Nitin has found his true calling in life – coaching, consulting and helping physical therapists to get more patients, increase revenue and achieve freedom and personal satisfaction as private practice owners.

In addition to being a PT and speaker, Nitin is the founder of the Referral Ignition training systems and the Private Practice Mastermind, a high-level think tank of the top earning physical therapists in the United States. Nitin’s systems and products are used by thousands of physical therapists and rehab professionals around the world to document patients, get paid, increase referrals, simplify and automate systems and increase revenue.