Private Practice Owner? Know These 3 Keys to Successful Team Management

No private practice owner can succeed without an effective team. Implement these 3 keys to team management and see your private practice thrive. As a private practice owner, it’s your vision and knowledge that guides your business to success. Without you, your team is just a group of people with skills but without a shared vision.…

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Your Physical Therapy Business is Not a Desk Job

You’re the CEO of your physical therapy business, the leader and visionary for your team. But the last place you should be is behind a desk. As the practice owner and chief decision-maker for your physical therapy business, you are effectively the CEO of your company. But if your mental picture of a CEO features…

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Chiropractic Business Building Depends on Marketing (Not Jargon)

In chiropractic business building, effective marketing requires you to speak your patient’s language—the language of pain. You’ve been to seminars and read articles on the essential components of chiropractic business building. They all emphasize that effective marketing is the way to get new patients in the door. But here’s something those articles and seminars may…

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Private Practice Has Two Public Faces: Your Website and Your Reception Desk

In Your Private Practice, Are There Public Barriers to Finding and Retaining New Patients? You’ve probably given a lot of thought to customer service for your existing patients and marketing avenues to find new ones. But are you overlooking the two most significant public faces of your private practice? In short, your website and your…

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What Self Talk SHOULD You Change?

This guest post is from Dr Martin Russell, a medical doctor turned counselor who has brought the experiences from his own solo counseling practice online. He can be reached via his website: http://www.DrMartinRussell.com You can often hear people say something along the lines of, “I know I really SHOULD, but somehow I just don’t!” Perhaps you…

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Top-Down or Bottom-Up Strategies for Your Private Practice?

Patients naturally want the best of what you have to offer—and want to be told what’s the best, even if they can’t necessarily afford it right now. Top-shelf products naturally have a certain emotional appeal, as well as a status attachment. Your private practice is no exception.

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The disturbing fact…

“The disturbing fact… …is that the vast majority of people, including educated and otherwise sophisticated people, find the idea of change so threatening that they attempt to deny its existence. Even many people who understand intellectually that change is accelerating, have not internalized that knowledge, do not take this critical social fact into account in…

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