|“I registered for the business course thinking I might incorporate some rehab into my practice. But after spending two days with Dr. Steinberg and working with some amazing classmates, I left with a business plan for starting a canine rehabiliation center that I fully intend to use."
Linda Hamilton, DVM,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Faculty: H. Steven Steinberg, VMD, Dip. ACVIM, Neurology, CCRT
Prerequisites: This course is open to all veterinary and physical therapy professionals as well as practice managers and rehab practice investors. Veterinary
technicians, including CCRPs and CCRAs, must submit
Agreement Letter indicating
that there is a veterinarian or physical therapist
either certified in canine rehabilitation working
in their practice or registered
to Canine Rehabilitation.
Course Description: This
course will review some hallmarks of profitability and apply them to the tremendously varied approaches to a successful rehabilitation business model. Many rehabilitation practices struggle to turn the corner on profitability and end up calling their rehabilitation practice a break-even proposition or even worse a loss leader. By facing some basic facts and deciding upon the type of rehabilitation practice your situation can support, rehabilitation can be a profit center. The class will work through some exercises to help solidify the thinking that makes rehabilitation business sense.
Please note: Students who do not attend
a full day of class will not receive any CE credit
hours for that day and may have to return to
make up the missing hours.
Course Fee: To Be Announced
Topics Covered Include:
- Practice models for canine rehabilitation
- Business concerns including location, construction and managing costs
- Being an effective manager
- Purchasing equipment
- Setting fees
- Marketing a canine rehabilitation practice