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Gary Thorne on The Brave OT Podcast

In this episode of The Brave OT podcast, hosted by Carlyn Neek, Gary Thorne shares valuable insights for therapy business owners, even those who are many years away from closing their practices.

Carlyn Neek had the honor of sitting down with Gary Thorne, a physiotherapist by training who advanced to become a Vice President at a national healthcare company. Recently, Gary has pivoted to sharing his extensive knowledge to support smaller businesses in maximizing their potential and leveling the playing field.

This conversation aims to inspire therapy business owners to think about creating transferable value in their businesses. The goal is to help owners transform their businesses into assets that can be sold upon retirement, rather than simply closing them.

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