Discover Your 6-Figure Clinician Readiness Score
Take our FREE 6-figure Clinician Readiness Assessment to see how close you are to commanding a $100,000+ salary!
Measure yourself against our 10 key indicators and identify what you need to work on to achieve it.
Takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
Your 6-Figure Clinician Readiness Assessment
It will show you how ready you are for a $100,000 or more salary without having to work any overtime… and which of the 10 indicators you need to work on!
There’s so much to think about and misinformation out there to becoming a 6-figure Physio or Chiro. To accelerate your career and make sure you’re working on the right things, Darryl Yardley, PT developed a fantastic online assessement to profile exactly where you should be prioritizing your efforts.
The assessment is based on Darryl’s experience of helping hundreds of physios and chiros get all the way to $100K+ salary.
It takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
What are you waiting for?
How to do the 6-figure Clinician Readiness Assessment
Your 6-Figure Clinician Readiness Assessment Report
Your assessment score will be given to you on a free mentorship call with Darryl’s partner Sanjeev Bhatia a Physio who spent 15 years at both Lifemark (400+ clinics) and the fastest growing clinic in the north america at the time Myodetox.
About Darryl Yardley, 6-Figure Physiotherapist
Creator, Canada’s #1 Clinician Makeover Specialist
Darryl has been a physio for more than a decade. He’s mentored and helped hundreds of physios and chiros go from new grads to all-star clinicians to clinic directors to junior partners. And has even hired 100s of clinicians at his clinics and for his clients.
He is the Chief Operating Officer at Clinic Accelerator, where he supports over 400 clinic owners. His superpowers are in clinic operations, clinician performance, recruitment, expansion of practice models, clinician-assistant training, physician engagement and clinic director training.
He also teaches business and practice management content at four universities in Canada and is currently the Professor for Business and Leadership in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University and Western University.