Taking Your Brick and Mortar Clinic to a Telehealth Platform with Natasha Wilch

Adam Torres and Natasha Wilch discuss going from brick and mortar to telehealth.

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Show Notes:

Going from brick and mortar to telehealth is the objective of many clinic owners. But how many know how to make this transition correctly? In this episode, Adam Torres and Natasha Wilch, Physical Therapist, Clinic Owner of Symphony Rehabilitation and Co Founder of Concussion Compass, explore what it takes to go from brick and mortar to telehealth.

About Natasha Wilch

She is the owner of Symphony Rehab, Nanaimo BC. They began as a neuro only clinic but quickly learned that their methods and thoughts of client care can serve many populations. Today their multi disciplinary team of PT’s, OT, SLP and RMT treats individuals recovering from acute/chronic concussion, neurological, orthopaedic, dizziness/vertigo, pelvic health, pediatrics and more!

Symphony is unique in that they not only have their brick and mortar locations in Nanaimo and Edmonton but they also have a TELEHEALTH or “online” location that services B.C., AB, NWT and Nunavut. They believe geography should not be a barrier to individuals receiving quality 1:1 rehab services.

Shortly after she graduated UBC, she began to focus her career toward neurology. She has since completed education in the Bobath Concept, Motor Learning, PWR! Therapist certification, Acupuncture, IMS. She is honored to have won Futurpreneur Entrepreneur of the year for Canada in 2017, Vancouver Island Business & Community Achievement Award, and the RBC Women I’d Influence Nominee for 2017.

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