cash-practice-secrets-people-sunyulster-edu-com.gifAs you know by now I am running my cash physical therapy practice remotely this month. I and my family are having some therapeutic time off in the Czech Republic. We are currently staying in a mountain cabin in some of the ski country. The last time we visited was before we were parents. A lot has changed for the better in the meantime.

The weather this time however hasn’t been better. We have seen little sun in the last 8 days we have been here. Ten years ago we didn’t have to use a jacket but the temperature has been in the fifties most days and has varied less than two degrees celsius. We didn’t bring coats.

Fortunately we have relative who work with a disaster relief society who were able to lend us coats for our kids. We can easily afford to buy our kids coats but really will have no use for them when we get home. These coats today’s outing complaint-free though we walked all over a HUGE zoo safari park for most of the day. The coats they are using are in great shape and were donated by people that likely earn less than $1000/month.

Economic Details:

An above average wage is 14,000 crowns / month which translates currently to about $875/month. Gas is $8/gallon. Food is about the same cost and motel rooms are about the same. Cars cost about 30% more here. Taxes may be less to good benefit. I am complimenting the Czech people here because they are so generous as to be sending clothes to even more needy people in the Ukraine.

It is a privilege to be in a position to help those who need it. How do and how will you use your wealth to good benefit of your family and others?

Action step for your coming cash practice: I suggest and have successfully tried doing PT demo treatments 15 minutes long. We donated the proceeds to a children’s home. It was a success and the process maintained the value of my therapy while doing a good thing otherwise. You must have a GOOD treatment technique to make this work however. Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT) was what I used that day to good results. The Mulligan technique may also work. Several in our course use these techniques.

Physical therapists are inherently compassionate. Running a cash practice will enable even further good acts. I’m here to help!

All the best,

Lance P. Van Arsdell, PT, MSPT
Cash Practice Secrets