How to Start a Group Exercise Practice with Patrice Hazan

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How to Start a Group Exercise Practice with Patrice Hazan 

Tired of doing the traditional physical therapy practice?

Patrice talks briefly about TherHab Fitness and Dr. Mike shares about GeriHab Physical Therapy and answers questions related to the practice.

In this episode:
02:20 – “Be deliberate about the choices you make regarding people, places, and things in and around your life.”
04:15 – Introduction of Patrice Hazan.
06:45 – Group exercise + Physical therapy = TherHab Fitness
12:40 – GeriHab Physical Therapy.
17:15 – Question: How often do you renew your purchase or is it one time?
18:15 – Dr. Mike shares his Gerihab PT and Wellness website.
24:45 – Question: Do you have to complete all the training to get started?
25:05 – Essential part of the program is learning how to develop your confidence in front of your audience.
27:25 – Question: How big of a space would be needed?
28:05 – Question: What ages do you see most often in class? And are new participants excited to join in or is it hard to “sell’ to clients?
32:20 – Question: When you are doing the group in ALF are you billing the facility or residents?
37:00 – Question: Can you do GeriHab in your clinic and ALF?
42:15 – Question: Do you advertise your program out in the community?
47:40 – Always remember the word FAST.

You can check out Patrice website https://therhabfitnessprovider.thinkific.com

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About the author 

Dr Michael Chua PT, DPT

Dr Michael Chua is a physical therapist practising in Home Health, Skilled Nursing Facilities and Acute Care Hospital. His clinical interest involves pain management, geriatrics and dementia management. He enjoys treating patients and bringing out the best in them using positive treatment approaches, his dynamic work setting in a rural area provides an opportunity to treat a wide range from geriatrics to orthopaedics.

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