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Let’s Go to CALJAM!

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Uncategorized

Aloha Gang,

I just did a wild and wooly interview with Dr. Billy Demoss.

I have been going to chiropractic seminars for 33 years.

Last year, I went to Cal Jam.

It was by far the most fun and powerful EVENT I have been to!

Amazing speakers, in and outside of the profession.
MUSIC, MUSIC and MORE MUSIC!
It felt like a revival and was just so much fun.

I cannot recommend enough that you come AND that you bring your entire team.

They will have a paradigm shift!

Billy was kind enough to give our listeners 10% off DC tickets and Non-DC/CA tickets. Just go to https://www.californiajam.org/ and put in the code ROSEN20

Check out this interview, too. You can watch at this link.

Flip me an email and let me know you are coming so I can meet you there!

Much love and aloha,
Russ

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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What makes a great Doctor/Coach relationship?

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic issues

I had two emails come in today that inspired me to write this blog. 

The first one was a coaching client. Dr. Miguel Cruz and his amazing wife Lesia (who runs the practice) who simply do what they say they will do each and every week!

The other was from a doctor who is considering doing personal coaching with me and asked me to clarify what “separates me from other coaches” to help him better make a decision between me and another wonderful coach.

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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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My Physio Does the Same Thing as YOU!

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic issues , Communications

Has a patient ever told you that your technique is the “same thing” as another type of doctor they see (like a physio)?

This happened to one of my wellness practice coaching clients recently. It was followed up by a challenge.

“Why should I keep seeing you if my insurance covers this other doctor doing the same thing AND including a massage?”

I asked this doctor about their response, which was both something I hear all the time and not very good.

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My Patients Are Tired of Seeing Me

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic Care , Chiropractic issues

Here’s a scenario that I know happens in all of our offices. A doctor writes to me:

“I have just had a progress exam form filled in and a patient has circled that she was happy with care and happy with changes but that she finds the process tedious. 

I guess when I talk to her at her progress eval I need to find out what exactly she finds tedious, but I have a feeling that it was just the frequency of care… which I can’t really change. If that is the case I am not really sure of a solution other than to stop care or just suck it up and deal with the fact you do have to come in regularly to see the changes you want.

Any feedback would be great, Dr. Rosen.”

Before I get to my response, I’m curious if this HAS happened to you in your office. It may not sound the exact same way, but you’ve probably heard things like:

  • Do I really have to come X number of appointments in a week?
  • When can I stop coming so often?
  • Is it going to hurt things if I miss an appointment every so often?
  • Are there ways to reduce the number of appointments I need?

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