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?
Making Nutrition Work for Your Patients and Your Practice
Chiropractors are the doctors of nature. As science strives to enrich
lives through chemistry and extend lives past the 76 year mark through
chemical intervention, chiropractors have focused diligently on
supporting, building and maintaining vitality and longevity through
Tax Tips for Your Practice
As a Financial Advocate to chiropractors, I performed a survey of 117
doctors my firm works. 107 of them were overpaying on their taxes, many
of them by tens of thousands per year. That didn't surprise me.
How To Quickly Infuse Cash Into Any 3rd Party Pay Practice
The fastest way to infuse cash into any practice is by becoming what I
call a Health Care Advisor or HCA. What's an HCA? It's a concept I've
been teaching since I taught my first nutritional boot-camp some 15
years ago, in October 1996.
Talking to Patients About Medication Use: How Your Peers Do It
In this issue, we
asked: "How do you assess and then deal with patients who are likely
taking unnecessary prescription and over-the-counter drugs?" Based on
your responses, there are some common philosophies regarding patient
The Expanding Chiropractic Practice
The average chiropractic practice in the United States is changing as
the trend that found doctors adding new products and services to their
chiropractic practice continues at a pace similar to that in 2009.
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