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Reducing Your Practice Overhead
January, 2011
Like many things in life, the proper way to manage overhead is not a rote formula and is certainly not the same for every doctor. There are many things to consider, including your practice goals, income goals, how much time you want to spend in the practice and what services you'd like it to deliver.


The Wellness Revolution Has Arrived: Are You Ready?
January, 2011
There is a wave of wellness awareness sweeping across America today as people lay claim to their own health and well-being. Gone are the days when patients humbly went to a doctor and trusted that their physician had all of the answers.


Patient Service: The Key to Your Marketing
January, 2011
Without a doubt, referral-centric marketing remains an essential component for any marketing mix. While it may be tempting to chase the latest trends in marketing, never overlook the importance of attracting referrals from your patients.


How to Get Your Patients on Nutritional Supplements
January, 2011
Americans are overfed and undernourished. The food industry with very few exceptions produces highly processed, nutritionally devoid, chemically addictive fodder that masquerades as food. Fruits and vegetables of today have little nutritional content compared to years ago.


Small Fixes, Big Growth
December, 2010
How can we continue to grow regardless of how your practice is doing? Growth, whether in a gigantic company or a small doctor's clinic, requires constant improvement. Everything can be done better. In order to double your practice, you must significantly improve the quality of your service.


Voices From the Field: How We Deal With Difficult Patients
December, 2010
In order to help you to both enhance your practice and increase your bottom line, Dynamic Chiropractic PracticeINSIGHTS asks practicing chiropractors, like you, for ideas and solutions that have been tested in real-world environments. In this issue, we asked: "Which kinds of patients are the most difficult to work with? How do you deal with them?"


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