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Andy  Byrne
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Andy Byrne

Andy Byrne MCSP HCPC has over 10 years’ experience in private practice, the last 4 of which were spent as area manager for one of the largest physiotherapy providers in the UK. He managed 15 clinics simultaneously with over 100 staff. He launched Triad Health in September 2017 to help therapists from around the world to learn and help them get great results for their patients and themselves. He has mentored hundreds of therapists particularly in the nonclinical skills that create exceptional patient experiences and allow for rapid, sustainable and ethical business growth within therapy businesses.

Recent content

  • New Customers Only, Please? [Article]

    Ethically retaining more customers can have a major impact on not only your business, but your effectiveness as a therapist. This article explains why it's so key both personally and professionally. Check it out in full here - OPEN ACCESS.

  • Five Go On a Patient Journey: Practical Advice for Building Your Business Through the Customer Journey [Video Presentations]

    Discover how to utilise some powerful, but super-simple techniques to:

    • Get yourself in front of AND collect new leads of prospective patients
    • Take these 'leads' on a journey of discovery that will result in them becoming paying clients
    • And then inspire them to become your greatest source of new business.

    This is a truly unique and interactive video series, delivered by five practitioners, which EVERY therapist, in fact every business owner, can use to not only generate more clients, but to give them the customer journey of a life-time which will turn them into your most powerful business assets.

  • Don’t Waste Your Marketing: How to Ethically Boost Patient Retention [Article]

    Finding new customers is key to any business but properly retaining existing customers is arguably even more important otherwise all the marketing money spent on finding new customers is wasted. But what if we focused on really delivering the service our patients actually expected from us, which is frequently something we underdeliver on in the belief we’re doing the patient a favour? We could not only boost our retention and get better outcomes for our clients but we would also build an army of fans who will go out and spread the word locally. This article explains how to make this happen, and it turns out it’s much simpler than you’d expect, it just requires us to ask the right questions, at the right time. Register below to access the full text of this article free of charge.