One of my strong suits as a chiropractor and coach is the ability to connect my linear left brain with my intuition or right brain and have miracles. Whether it is what I adjust, when I adjust, what not to adjust, what to say, or what not to say, I've been gifted with the ability to just "know" when it's right.
One of my all time heroes, amazing communicators and Legends in our industry, Bill Esteb, and I had a very fun and interesting conversation that ended up being a really great blog. Do you ever have a really good chat with someone and think afterwards "Boy, I wish I had written that down!"? Well, I had that thought, but was fortunate that we DID write it all down!
“I have a difficult time staying in my power when I am with high power executives or medical doctors!”
We’ve all heard the phrase, “When the “Why” is big enough the “How” becomes easy.”
I had a great conversation yesterday with a doctor in New Zealand and his three associates. One of the associates asked me this question that Angie and I hear all the time. She said, “I had a patient come in earlier this morning who said that they just want to get cracked a couple of times to get their neck feeling better.”
Dr. Jake Smith in Spain asked his team to come up with ideas to help improve the retention or PVA. In essence how do we get patients to stick around longer so they can get amazing results?
I just had one of my coaching clients send me this email today.
Patient communication is a vital part of chiropractic management. Knowing what to say, how to say it, and when to bring it up is a vital part of running a smooth operation.