Overlooked Opportunities in 2011?

Overlooked Opportunities in 2011? Too often in practice development, as in so many areas of life, it seems what’s best and most powerful for us is right under our own noses. One of the big problems, and the reason for these missed opportunities is either not devoting time to look for them, and most often…

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Marketing the Specialty Practice in 2013

You know the issues… Your chiropractic, physical therapy or medical practice offers a myriad of special services… •       For women to combat the effects of osteoporosis and/or hormonal issues •       Sports rehabilitation services for the athlete •       Recuperative and NeuropathyDR® Treatments for seriously ill patients   Any of these specialties should be bringing in the…

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Designing Treatments for Lupus Patients

  As physicians, we’re accustomed to a certain amount of variety in treating different patients with the same illness. After all, we’re treating individuals. But when you take on lupus patients, you’re taking the concept of variety in symptoms and outcomes to a whole new level. Granted, there are specific symptoms to the various types…

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Doing Everything You Can For Your Cancer Patients

Cancer brings many challenges into the lives of your patients… Treatment options… Disruption of normal activities… Fear, anxiety and depression… When treating your cancer and post chemotherapy peripheral neuropathy patients, it’s easy to become focused on just the disease itself and the symptoms.  But don’t overlook their emotional and psychological issues.  These can be as…

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The Whole Package – Nutrition Planning for Your Post-Chemotherapy Patients

Treating patients in the recovery stage of cancer, the post-chemotherapy patient, can be incredibly rewarding. They’ve already been through the fire. Now they’re looking for your help in dealing with issues of recovery – coming to terms with the side effects from ∙           Chemotherapy ∙           Radiation ∙           Experimental treatments including possible hormone therapy Chances are…

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Still Ignoring The Social Media Revolution?

Still Ignoring The Social Media Revolution? Twitter… Facebook… Blogging… Online articles… Search Engine Optimization… These terms are becoming as much a part of the modern chiropractic, medical or physical therapy practice as Preferred Providers and deductibles. We all know that people are looking for everything online but chiropractors and physical therapists have been some of…

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New Year's Resolutions for Your Private Practice – Part 5

And finally, the last two suggestions for making this the best year your practice has ever seen: Be a perpetual student You don’t have to break the bank on continuing education but you do have to continue to learn.  Business today is changing constantly – not just in the health care field but in marketing,…

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New Year's Resolutions for Your Private Practice – Part 4

We’ve been talking about resolutions you can make to build your private practice and make 2011 the best year you’ve ever had.  Two more suggestions are: 1.  Weekly business planning is a must Success is not a “wing it” proposition.  In order to be consistently successful, you have to plan.  And you have to stick…

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New Year's Resolutions for Your Private Practice – Part 3

Today, we’re adding to our list of New Year’s resolutions that will help you make this the best year your practice has ever seen.  Here are two more things you can do to build your success: 1. Promote your practice often and well When you’re busy just being a private practice healthcare professional, it’s easy…

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