This is Dave Kats with Therapist Consultants and I have a tip for you. Have you ever wondered why you have two therapists, they both get ten new patients a month. One of them has a full practice and the other one is always looking for more patients to fill their schedule. Well, it has to do with the scheduling and I'm not going to tell you how many patients visits you should see on each patient, but I will tell you what the national average is, and you can make a decision from there.
The average therapist sees the average patient 12 to 15 times. Now I realize some of you see only once or twice and some of you may see for two years before you end their care, but the average therapist is seeing the average patient 12 to 15 times. If that's the case, you probably need to be scheduling like the average therapist in the United States, which is probably about 15 to 18 visits for each client that comes in.
When you have a client come in, instead of just scheduling two visits or four visits, and then see how we do, let's put together a total plan for them and let them see the total picture of what they need to do to get the best results from you. Make sure that you're scheduling adequately, and your practice will be full and you'll be helping more new patients. This is Dave Kats. Thanks for listening.
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