How to Find the Sweet Spot
A practice manager confided in me that it was easy to make a new
practice grow, but much more difficult to help one that was already
doing well become more successful. Perhaps it's because practice tends
to be paradoxical.
Misconceptions About Online Marketing (Pt. 2): Website Creation
Even though all doctors of chiropractic have been taught how to manipulate / adjust, if I visit 10 DCs for evaluation and treatment of my low back pain, my experience undoubtedly will vary depending on the skill level and experience of the practitioner.
Who Is Your Ideal Patient?
Operating a chiropractic practice requires you to think critically about
many things including your equipment, techniques, documentation,
financial goals, and the retention of patient and staff.
How to Eliminate the Five Most Destructive Practice Stresses
Dr. Dave loves chiropractic, has a great personal chiropractic story and used
to love going to the office. Recently, he told colleagues – half
jokingly – "I love chiropractic, it's the practice I hate." I asked him
why he felt that way. "It's too stressful" was his answer.
Create Community and Watch Your Practice Flourish
Many health care providers, chiropractors included, are fortunate to
enjoy the freedom and independence of owning their own businesses.
However, the constant demands can lead to a lonely and isolating
experience unless you make an effort to get out of your office.
Misconceptions About Online Marketing (Pt. 1): Google Rankings
Online marketing offers you so many opportunities, but let's face it: If
you don't have an online presence that at the minimum includes a
practice website and social media, you're probably not where you want to
be unless your target audience is living in the Dark Ages.
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