Optimal Health Chiropractic Tips and Info

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Optimal Health Chiropractic Tips and Info 2017-10-24T02:35:05+00:00

Do you Struggle getting patients to your WORKSHOPS?

Has this ever happened to you? At the start of the day, you have 10 people scheduled into your workshop. You’re pumped about the opportunity to share the chiropractic message and are looking forward to [...]

What to do when a patient says, “I can’t afford your care.”

If you’ve been discovering how to run a profitable chiropractic business for more than 5 minutes, then a patient has told you that they need to stop or reduce care because they could no longer [...]

How to FINALLY feel GOOD about DECREASING adjustment times

Have you ever wanted to see more people in less time but you were afraid your patients would leave? Perhaps you’ve thought, “If I did spend less time per patient, they will think all I [...]

How to set MEANINGFUL Quarterly Objectives AND Follow Through

I just had a great a great conversation with a client of mine who said, “Russ, I see the value of quarterly objectives, really I do! I don’t want a rudderless ship! I have tried [...]

Can I still ask questions and be the authority? (Chiropractic Business Support)

Do I lose my AUTHORITY when I ask SOCRATIC questions? I had a doctor ask me the other day, “Russ, how can I be Socratic and ask questions and STILL be the AUTHORITY?” I think [...]

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Making Health Screenings & Outside Talks Work for Your Chiropractic Business

We have all heard the quote, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Can we really do well [...]

Feeling versus Function (Improving Chiropractor Communication)

As a chiropractor, it's sometimes challenging to get our patients to understand what we REALLY offer. If they did, they'd want it, every single time. My chiropractic coaching experience has given me some clarity on [...]

In the Rust Room with Dr. Pat Gentempo (video about chiropractor communication)

I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with Dr. Pat Gentempo for quite a while now. We got together to do his Rust Room video blog not too long ago - wanted to make sure that [...]

Chiropractic Management Challenges: The One Year Mark for Patients

I had a great conversation with one of my one on one chiropractic coaching clients and thought you might enjoy hearing about it. We were discussing chiropractic management challenges and he said, “I have implemented the procedures [...]

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What to do with Patients Who Just Want a Few Visits to Get Out of Pain

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 [...]

Capitalizing on the Limited Scope of Other Chiropractors Near You

I just had one of my coaching clients send me this email today. “I had a new pt today from my talk. He's a big guy, poor lifestyle in his early 30s. He told me he is [...]

Chiropractic Management: When Patients Won’t Stop Talking

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. With that being [...]

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Do you ever have a difficult time telling your patients the truth?

I was having a conversation with a doctor the other day who was having a challenge just telling the patients her truth. She said that when it came to things like telling the patient how [...]

I want you to go home and sleep on it.

When coaching doctors through the report of findings process, we hear them say thing like “I try to show them the care plan I would recommend and then tell them that I don’t want them [...]

Survey: are your patients referring?

We all want patients who happily stay, pay, and refer. When new patients come to us, we want to make sure that they have a great experience so that they "get" what we do. We then move [...]