Chiropractic care, like any health care field, involves a certain amount of risk. Ensuring that patients have access to the care they need often means managing these risks and using your business sense to help you avoid common compliance pitfalls.
This article will explore the required foundations to build and sustain an ethically successful practice, which applies to all practitioners, regardless of years in practice. The ability to build a successful, self-sustaining practice is determined by the same variables.
While the adjustment is still the profession’s bread and butter, there are now additional avenues to be explored that can not only help patients feel better faster, but also raise your bottom line and profits. It goes without saying that if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Most practitioners want to expand on that toolbox.
Adding qEEG brain mapping and neurofeedback therapy allows the doctor to market to one or more niche areas that they are not currently addressing.
Marketing MattersYou have powerful, natural tools at your disposal. Your patients know about pain. Whether they suffer from occasional pulled muscles from work or projects around the home, or have dealt with chronic conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, they look to you and your practice for much-needed help. You have powerful, natural tools at your disposal. Your patients know about pain.