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Category Archives for "Chiropractic Strategies"

What Questions Can You Ask to Get Even Better Results?

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic issues , Chiropractic Strategies , Communications , Cornerstone

I want to introduce you to a concept that I think can dramatically improve your results with your patients, your practice as well as improving your own personal life!

I think this concept is so simple yet incredibly profound.

By now I believe we are all very familiar with the power of questions. All of our communications programs are based on LAASR or Listen, Acknowledge, ASK, Solution, Resolution.

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Freak Out!

By Dr. Angie Meyer | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic Strategies

“To panic, or not to panic, that is the question…”

How many times in your life has a challenging situation arose and you find yourself on the brink of a panic? It could be a car accident, the athletic performance of your life, your teenager got suspended from school, your dog is missing or someone in your office poses a difficult question you don’t know how to answer.  You have a choice ~ to panic or not to panic?

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Resources for Chiropractors: Discussing Dr. Tedd Koren’s Exciting New Book “Cancer is Natural and So is the Cure!”

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic issues , Chiropractic Strategies

Aloha Gang!

A few weeks ago, Dr. Tedd Koren and I sat down as part of the Optimal Health Summit where we got into some absolutely mesmerizing concepts and resources for chiropractors. One of the things he shared with me was the debut of an exciting new book of his that would be hitting shelves in a few weeks. I asked him if we could catch up after the summit and talk about the book in detail, and he graciously accepted.

In this interview, the LEGENDARY Dr. Tedd Koren discusses his new book, “Cancer is Natural and So is the Cure!”

This book is a MUST-HAVE for your collection if you have made it your goal to help the chronically ill get healthy.

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How to not just get your staff on board but how to get them on FIRE!

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic issues , Chiropractic Strategies , Cornerstone

There is not a week that goes by that I don’t get an email from a doctor complaining about their staff. It sounds something like this:

  • They don’t get what we do!
  • They don’t go the extra mile!
  • They don’t care!
  • They don’t do a good job!
  • They are ruining my life!

Does any of that sound familiar?

If you have been in practice for more than a year, you have had at least some staff challenges if not a full melt down!

We have doctors ask us all the time. “How do I get my CAs on fire? I have heard of these legendary beings, or even worse, I have seen them, but why aren’t MY CAs rock stars?!”

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Moooving On Up with Chiropractic Marketing: How to Separate Yourself from the Herd

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic issues , Chiropractic Strategies , Cornerstone

Years ago, it was a safe assumption to bet that virtually all chiropractors “did” the same things. Nearly all new patients came from internal referrals, too.

My, how time changes things.

Today, you could probably visit ten different chiropractors and get ten WILDLY different experiences.

  • You may encounter a high volume doctor who sees one or two adjustments in a minute.
  • You might get the “Flying 7” (mobilize the neck left and right, three times down the thoracics, then roll the patient in left and right side postures)
  • You might even discover one of the many wonderful non-force or light-force techniques.
  • You could get a knee injection or end up on a traction table.
  • You could also find applied kinesiology or clinical neurology or neuro-emotional work.

The list goes on!

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Back in the Saddle Update from Dr. Rosen PLUS Should I talk about symptoms?

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic Strategies

Should we talk symptoms?

I often get asked this question by doctors who are considering coaching with me.

More often than not they sheepishly ask this question as CLEARLY they are not comfortable NOT talking symptoms but feel that if they are a true, “Vitalistic” or “Straight” or “Subluxation based” chiropractor they should not talk symptoms.

Or they are religious zealots telling me how it is not “Real chiropractic” if you talk about symptoms!

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