Chiro Biz Quiz | Is your practice not performing as well as it should be? Are your patients leaving and not coming back? Do you get the feeling your staff is looking at the clock, counting the minutes until they can dash out the door? Your practice may be suffering from a common problem: poor employee morale. It is vital that you know how to recognize low morale and what to do if you spot it.
Marketing Matters | Niche marketing offers you a fantastic opportunity to step up your game. If you can figure out what people are looking for in healthcare (that no one else is providing in your area) and capitalize on that available market, chances are you’ll be able to find an opportunity for practice growth. Finding and mastering a distinctive service that caters to a niche market is a common path to chiropractic success.
Wellness Approach | As a chiropractor, you understand the importance of taking a holistic approach to health. You also recognize that, to achieve optimal wellness, a patient must address the five pillars of health: proper mental attitude, proper exercise, proper nutrition, proper rest, and a properly functioning nervous system. Detoxification is one proven method for making the body cleaner by eliminating toxins from the body.
Practice Central | Attracting new chiropractic patients is essential to the success of your practice. Keeping your new-prospect funnel full, signing patients up for care, and retaining them as lifelong clients are goals for any chiropractor. And there are myriad books and articles that explain how to do exactly that. Most of what can be found includes marketing techniques, social media, website design, and referral generation. But have you thought about your office?
Clinical Concerns | Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and concussion syndromes have been a subject of increasing interest in both medicine and the media. As neuromuscular specialists, chiropractors see a significant percentage of a patient population with a history of traumatic head and neck injuries resulting in mTBI. These practitioners are uniquely positioned to diagnose and treat this health problem. Post-mTBI care, however, is plagued by limited treatment modalities.