Physiotherapy university graduates have great skills in solving health problems and proving benefits to their clients’ and the community.
This unique workshop provides graduates with a head start in learning what clients’ value and how to best meet their needs in private practice.
Hear from industry experts as they share concepts they wish they knew as a new graduate.
Learn how to effectively translate your undergraduate knowledge into the industry context of a private physiotherapy practice.
Learning and developing these skills early on ensures you will be a preferred candidate when entering the private workforce and will give you greater professional satisfaction as a physiotherapist.
What you will learn:
Distinguish between the mindset of public versus private physiotherapist.
Identify mini-moments pre-purchase of your clients in terms of needs, wishes, feelings and personal goals.
Learn how to read your client and build rapport with them quickly to establish a good therapeutic relationship and ensure successful outcomes.
Establish trust between the client and treating physiotherapist so there is an understanding of the value of the treatment and alignment of goals and expectations.
Learn how to manage your customer’s expectations to ensure that the treatment plan is fit for purpose and will produce the expected and intended outcomes.
Demonstrate the effectiveness of your treatment plan to a patient using PROs.
Apply a holistic approach to therapeutic outcomes to promote the adoption of healthier habits and greater health awareness including cross-selling of products and services.
Be a brand ambassador for the business but also for the larger physiotherapy and allied health community.
This workshop includes afternoon tea and post-workshop networking drinks.
$55 per person
Innovative Learning - Book quickly as numbers are strictly limited!
Chris Carr - WA Health Group
Chris Carr is an experienced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who enjoys the balance of working as a Physiotherapist and on his business, WA Health Group. Chris currently is involved in:
APA’s Private Business Association Board
Curtin University’s Clinical Educators Committee
Chris is passionate about the relevance, career pathway and earning capacity of the future generation of Allied Healthcare Practitioners. Chris is a graduate of:
Curtin Post Graduate Masters of Physiotherapy
Business Foundations Growth Owner Program
Curtin University Ignition Program.
Lennon Correira - WA Health Group
Lennon Correia is a Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist who loves using exercise to solve the health problems of clients’. Lennon is:
Co-Director of WA Health Group
WA Branch Councilor of the APA
Sessional Academic at the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science at Curtin University
Lennon is passionate about growing the brand of Physiotherapy by showing value to clients’ and the community. Lennon gets great satisfaction in seeing Physiotherapists grow through education and training in the workplace.