Walk In Your Patient's Shoes
Have you ever wished you could experience your own chiropractic work?
Over the years, I have yearned to know what it feels like on the
receiving end of one of my treatments. But, of course, that's
Weighing Your Medicare Options
We are all familiar with the terms participation and non-participation.
In the major medical world, participation means you are a contracted
provider and automatically accept assignment of benefits.
How Mobile Marketing Can Bring You The Patients You Want
What does it take to bring new patients through the door? As a
chiropractor, you've probably tried everything under the sun. You've had
promotional offers. You've given away free consultations and free
adjustments. You've been a guest speaker, done commercials on the radio,
even built floats for the local parade.
Whole-Body Vibration: What It Can Do for Your Practice
My introduction to Whole Body Vibration (WBV) came as a result of a
critical personal need. I am a chiropractor and at the time I was
suffering with severe low back pain emanating from a damaged L5 disc and
the complicating factor of spondylolisthesis.
Sage Advice for a Successful Career: Never Stop Learning
In looking back over 35 years of practice, it is hard to isolate any one
thing that made our practice successful. If pressed to expound on a
particular area it would have to be education. Remember that confidence
you had when you graduated from college?
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