Bloomsday 2018 Fun!

Participating in the Spokane Bloomsday 2018 race was totally worth the less than $25 it cost to enter it! Totally worth the 3.5 hours to drive there. Totally worth the sore muscles.  It’s really like a 7.46 mile progressive party with a new choir or band entertaining you every little bit, friendly people offering you water or even free frozen otter pops, ice, , cooling sprays from their hoses, doughnuts, cheers, smiles and countless other gestures of goodwill to “The Bloomies”. The best part was sharing it with my daughter.  You can see we met up with several friends at the end which was the icing on the cake.  By the way my Samsung Health app was off on the distance by 25% instead of a mere 10% or less as I had expected.  It could be that I didn’t have all the settings correct.  One of my Achilles tendons pops a protest to my run every now and then but the smiles far outweigh the soreness.  The happiness was worth the huffing and puffing!  Lets do it together next year!

Health Increases Wealth.

Hello again all you therapeutic people! It has been a long time! Good to see you again!

What are your health goals? I am training for the https://www.bloomsdayrun.org/ 12k race in Spokane, WA this coming Sunday. I am excited to be running it with my daughter. I could hardly believe it last week when I ran that distance in 1:11 using my Samsung Health app on my phone. That could be in error by as much as 10% but likely not by more than that. It actually was the first time I had run 7.5 miles with only brief stops to take some sunrise photos. If I were typing this from my phone I would include some here but that will have to come later.

Multiplying Your Efforts as a Physical Therapist

Daisy's Thanksgiving Puppies! We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new doggies!  They, like you, are of “champion bloodlines”.  In a cash physical therapy practice your greatness is rewarded at or before the time of service by payment!  Can you imagine how much you’d have to pay for dog grooming if the groomer had to submit a bill and wait months for payment?  In a physical therapy practice you need to multiply or leverage your results.  Commit to growing your practice every month.  You don’t need to hire a new therapist every month but work on your business to increase your cash paying patients.  Sure hope you had a GREAT Thanksgiving and that by next year you will be even more prosperous.  The Cash Physical Therapy Secrets home study course is an accelerator package for your prosperity.  Our current Cash Physical Therapy  Secrets / Physical Therapy Cash Secrets course sale ends Monday.  So click here to check it out now.  Aren’t those puppies adorable?  This page tells more about how to train your dog and features our Daisy the mother of the new puppies, plus a lot about dog training and care.
Lance, PT   TherapeuticWealth to YOU!

 

First Ever Sale on “Cash Physical Therapy Secrets” homestudy course

Hello Blogoshpere friends,  I am quite thankful that so many of you have been subscribing lately.  Thank-you for your interest!  As our way of giving thanks this season we are offering our Cash Physical Therapy Secrets / Physical Therapy Cash Secrets course with four times the value but only until Monday!  This is our first sale since we started teaching  Cash Physical Therapy Secrets in 2007.  Take a quick look and don’t forget to purchase your “Cash Physical Therapy Secrets” / “Physical Therapy Cash Secrets” home study course before the sale ends.

If you drop me a line via the contact form please let me know which name you prefer.

1. Cash Physical Therapy Secrets

2. Physical Therapy Cash Secrets

3. Cash Pay P.T. Secrets

Thanks and Happy post-Thanksgiving to you!

Lance

P.S. I have news in the puppy department that I will share in the next post.

Following “Life’s Little Instructions”

It's therapeutic to have a buddy!

I think that “Life’s Little Instructions” that I referred to in my previous post, could have said to ” Have a Dog OR have a cat. We have a dog and the dog has a cat. Our dog “Daisy” is practicing to be a mommy dog so indeed if her pedigreed pups come out healthy we’ll REALLY be following “Life’s Little Instructions”.  Scott Van Niekerk’s cash physical therapy clinic  is staffed by awesome physical therapists and two dogs that wag and lick any willing patient. The dogs are part of the ambience of the clinic. I do housecall PT so being nice to my patients’ dogs is therapeutic for me and I think the patients appreciate it too. In case you’re interested in an awesome golden retriever puppy you can visit my dog training facebook page which mostly stars our golden retriever.  This will give you an idea of how nice a healthy golden retriever can be to own.

Lance

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“Lead or Get off the Pot!” / Advice from the “Throne Room”

While taking a little “personal time” a while back I looked up at “Life’s Little Instructions” framed on the bathroom wall and read, “Use the good dishes.  Live life as an exclamation and not an explanation.  Have a dog.”   I apply that wisdom by eating in the dining room twice daily, celebrating EVERY accomplishment and yes by having a dog.  Our sweet as honey dog has more than enough wags, snuggles, and love to go around for our whole family and more.  She definitely is “therapeutic”.   Having her has also taught me the importance of being a consistently good leader.  Good dog training has kept her from jumping up and breaking grandma’s hips.  You’ve got to be the leader!   The reward is being able to say like Pat Croce, PT, “I Feel GREAT!”.  When you feel great that will automatically transfer to not only your dog but also to those you care about including your customers and potential customers.

Why Am I Sleeping in a Castle?

Ever slept in a castle?  Was it made of great stones or blankets and chairs on the living room floor as mine were on Saturday afternoons when I was a young boy.

I’ve seen and visited a lot of castles in Europe but the one I resided in a while back in Oregon was incredible.  You might think that the owners would be some high falutin’ snobby hard folks but they are just as warm and friendly as the owners of my blanket castles.

I’m typing this from the great room looking at the tallest trees to the left and rear of the picture as I type.  Hopping bunnies, purring kitties, licking dogs, and curious chickens guard the perimeter.  Everyone here is friendly.

So what’s the moral of the story?  As you know I practice and teach about cash based physical therapy. You also probably have figured out that I take a lot of long vacations.  I pay for many of the accommodations and fees but many of them are free and this is how the accommodations have been the last two nights.  My gracious hosts have a stucco sprayer small business providing equipment that makes it a lot quicker to apply stucco than by trowel.   It is approximately twice as fast to use their equipment to apply plaster and stucco than to do it by trowel.   Now if you have a great way with patients and good techniques to get people better faster and more permanently people will pay for it.  Don’t be ashamed to ask for money if you’re providing a great service.  Once you’ve done it once it’s easier the second time.   When blessings come your way do be sure to pass them on in other ways.   Great hospitality is certainly a good way to do this.

Lance P. Van Arsdell, PT

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