Choosing to specialize in certain areas of practice can make the job more satisfying and your office more marketable. Setting yourself apart only creates more demand for your practice with that subset of patients. Four chiropractors who work in different specialties share what drove them to work there, how it has benefited their practices, and how to move and market in that direction.
Editor’s Note: Dear readers, health care is a serious business. That’s why the occasional moments of hilarity are memorable. This installment of Funny Bones should bring a smile, and might even remind you of something that’s happened in your practice.
Disability insurance is a valuable safety net for the chiropractor who suffers an injury; however, the process of filing a disability insurance claim can be very difficult, more so than with other types of insurance. Chiropractors should expect their claims to be challenged.
Spinal decompression therapy (SDT) provides chiropractors an effective, drug-free intervention for patients’ back pain. Since its introduction into the chiropractic market, SDT equipment’s price points have come down and its efficacy is better understood, so it may make sense for you to add this technique to your treatment offerings.
This study aimed to assess the effectiveness of an educational program regarding hand hygiene and general infection prevention in a chiropractic outpatient clinical setting. The initial assessment results validated the need for additional education and training on hand hygiene, equipment disinfection and other recommended infection prevention procedures.
Helping your patients make healthy changes to their diet and exercise patterns is an effective strategy to implement when dealing with heart disease and metabolic problems. A multi-approach plan that minimizes inflammation and optimizes digestive processes will help patients burn excess fat while satisfying hunger.
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.
With heart disease and stroke becoming a common cause of death in the U.S., it’s likely you have patients who are at risk. To protect against heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, and much more, a time-tested botanical can make a measurable difference: amla.