But it wasn't like this back in 2012. I was miserable...
I remember vividly when I was overloaded with patients and paperwork on the verge of quitting podiatry altogether.
At that time, I was shocked to be paid so little as a hard-working physician. How poor my lifestyle was becoming and it had nothing to do with my skills or ability.
The economy was changing, the Obamacare became a thing and the medical insurance world became ridiculously convoluted.
Not only that, but I found myself unable to offer the best solutions to patients because it wasn't covered under their insurance plan. That is when I said enough is enough.
And the timing was truly perfect because a friend of mine had been bugging me to go to this MIS conference in New Orleans. I finally gave in and actually I was very glad I did.
When I got there I was hit with a massive epiphany.
Minimally Invasive Surgery was the future.
And realized that offering it to cash-pay patients was the way I could avoid relying on the insurance networks.
From that day forward I poured my life into developing my MIS skillset.
I traveled to see my surgical mentors over 40 times in 2 years. I also invested a lot of time and money to fully understand how to offer hybrid-concierge services with a high-ticket price asking patients to pay out of pocket.
But this all paid off big time.
My practice transformed dramatically.
Less patients. More Revenue.
Less Headaches. More Freedom.
Less fear. More Respect.
➡️you could attract patients who were willing to pay out of pocket for your specialized niche services and you were getting paid what you were truly worth...
➡️You save so much time by performing MIFAS procedures at your own in-office surgical suite...
➡️You could double, even triple your revenue within 2 years...
How much more enjoyable would your daily life be if you could see 6-10 patients a day and offer them your best possible solution?
They are happy to pay cash because they want to solve their pain today, they are prioritizing their health over money, they want the best and I don't think it takes a genius to see that when possible - they prefer minimally invasive surgery.
Minimally Invasive Foot & Ankle Surgery
is the future of podiatry...