“She inspires us to not accept the status quo, to strive for wonderful things and not just acceptable things. There’s a lot of good nuggets of wisdom and interesting ways of looking at the profession. Some Apps are fun but the best are more about life”- Dr Joe Simon
I felt this quote was the best to describe my thoughts about this interview. Dr Evelyn Hecht has been treating patients with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) longer than there has been a doctorate program at my alma mater. But innovation is not the key to riches. Evelyn saw a need in the marketplace and decided unlike many in our industry not to wait for someone else to do it .
Lately i have consulted with more and more physicians and surgeons on their legacy or exit strategy. Evelyn is no where near the end , matter of fact , she is on the cusp of a new road in healthcare. Apps are a highway of free traffic from possible clients from around the world. Evelyn has just made it easier for the vast population to accept her as the expert in the field.
Pelvic floor therapy is a growth factor for practices across the country. This new specialization is growing with a medical network from physicians, physios & psychologists.
INTRODUCING, PELVIC TRACK a new app to help PATIENTS and practitioners to work together. The challenges associated with communication with the therapist dealing with pelvic floor therapy. Again , it was not looking for a better mousetrap but to create one that doesn’t exist from the need of her patients and her therapists.
The motivation for our new grad and younger (not age but career wise) listeners. Evelyn has made strides and conquered the niche market. Marketing pelvic floor therapy through facebook, through her blog and now through her App is something i would ask all my listeners to take a deeper look at.
I hope you find the takeaways that I did.
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