The Fuel That Makes Everything Else in Your Practice Work
When someone, especially another chiropractor, asks the secret of a successful practice, it would be easy to give some standard truisms. I'll share three of these truisms with you, and they are called truisms for a reason, because they are true.
"Practice Impossible" Leadership Skills for a Thriving Clinic
We recently became interested in the television program Restaurant
Impossible, a Food Network show hosted by Robert Irvine, a noted chef
and restaurateur. The premise of the show is to help failing restaurants
by giving them a complete makeover. The makeover is carried out by Chef
Irvine, a builder and an interior designer. The catch is the makeover
has to be completed in 48 hours on a budget of only $10,000.
The Counterintuitive Formula for Becoming Debt-Free
It's not about your loan interest rates, nor is it about cutting back or
even just about saving money on interest. As a financial advocate to
chiropractors, I deal with this issue frequently with my doctor clients.
Bringing In New Business: How Your Peers Do It
To help you enhance your practice and increase your bottom line, we ask
practicing doctors of chiropractic, like you, for ideas and solutions
that have been tested in real-world environments. In this issue, we
asked: "What was the most effective thing you did in 2011 to get new
patients?" Based on your responses, three main strategies seemed to rise
to the top.
Subluxation, Inflammation and Supplementation
If you think using the word supplementation in the same sentence as
subluxation is evil or contrary to what B.J. or Clarence might have
taught, then you really need this article.
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