On this Lessons From The Core episode, host Lisa Khera sits down with Julia Reid, co-owner of Play On Pediatric, a multidisciplinary clinic for children offering 1:1 therapy and classes for parents and children. Their Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, and Athletic therapists help kids live a more active life through functional movement.
Together, they discuss the business's collaborations with other local organizations to bring different types of classes and support to families and the 1 year anniversary of the clinic.
Julia also shares her story of starting her business after losing her job during the pandemic and her passion for helping children prevent injuries. They delve into the business's values and priorities, including outstanding customer service, building a great team, and creating a welcoming environment for children.
Additionally, they touch on the importance of supporting families with children with diagnoses and the various therapy options available for staying supported. Tune in for valuable insights and advice from Julia Reid on Lessons From The Core.
In the latest Lessons From The Core episode, host Lisa Khera sits down with Play On Pediatric’s
co-owner, Julia Reid. She shares her journey as a clinic owner and offers valuable insights into entrepreneurship.
This business was founded after she lost her previous job during the pandemic, which turned out to be a red flag moment that brought her growth and lessons. She had a choice between finding another cushy corporate job or pursuing a lifelong passion - co-owning a clinic and helping children prevent injuries.
And guess which one she chose...the clinic is celebrating the 1st year anniversary, huge congratulations!
Here are three key takeaways from this episode:
- Collaboration and community are essential for the success of any business, and finding ways to work with other organizations can help bring in new opportunities and customers.
- Pursuing a passion can be difficult, but the rewards are worth it. Follow your dreams, even in the face of hardship or uncertainty.
- Providing support for families is crucial, especially for those with children who have diagnoses.
Building a community of peers can provide much-needed emotional support and a sense of belonging.