The 8 Characteristics of an Ideal POGO client
RECOGNISING OUR IDEAL PHYSIO CLIENT HAS TAKEN TIME
Since practice inception in 2006 launching from the Piazza in Surfers Paradise (then called My Back’s physio) our practice has grown, and grown a lot!
In 2006 the practice staff comprised of 1-myself! I was the lead physio, receptionist, cleaner, and all things! I recall the practice’s first client being a friend of mine who was also the practice’s book keeper. It took longer for me to process a payment on our freshly installed practice software than it did for me to treat Danielle’s knee!
Fast forward to 2015 and now called POGO we have had the privilege and joy of helping over 16,000 Gold Coasters with their physiotherapy and pilates needs.
OUR EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT US WHO WE CAN HELP THE MOST
Through out all of this experience we have been able to profile the characteristics of the clients of our practice who engage with us and get the BEST results. In short these clients are people who value their health, don’t cut corners, and who see the cost of receiving treatment and doing the ‘job right the first time as a true investment.
Incidentally these clients happen to also be the ones who go on to refer loved ones to our care, on the back of the great results they have achieved. The referral of a loved one is something of which the excitement and thrill never fades.
WHY PUBLISH THIS?
The reason we feel it necessary to publish the characteristics of our ideal client, is because if we engage with client’s who don’t exhibit these 8 characteristics than we lessen the likelihood of helping the client achieve RESULTS. Quite simply this is something we hate at POGO Physio.
We hate client’s not getting complete and remarkable RESULTS.
So we figure it is better to outline who we work best with before you consider us as a possible provider of physio or pilates services.
The below info-graphic outlines the 8 characteristics of POGO clients who we both work best with and get results for.
Yours in physio RESULTS and health,
Brad Beer (APAM)
Physiotherapist, Author, Founder POGO Physio