Helping Your Diabetic Neuropathy Patients

If you have patients who are living with diabetes, chances are you are no stranger to making diagnoses of neuropathy.  While some patients (even those who do have nerve damage) might experience no symptoms at all, about 60 to 70 percent of diabetics experience pain, soreness, loss of sensation, tingling in the extremities, and even…

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Caring for Patients With Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Peripheral Neuropathy

The peripheral neuropathy patient population is growing. That’s understandable when you look at the increase in •      Diabetes •      Cancer •      Autoimmune diseases like lupus, Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome But there is another fast growing peripheral neuropathy patient population that often goes unnoticed. Patients with sexually transmitted diseases or STD’s[1] such as: •     HIV/AIDS •     Genital Herpes…

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Private Practice “Valuenomics” and My Neuropathy/RSD Patients

  Private Practice “Valuenomics” and My Neuropathy/RSD Patients I’ve had a lot of fun in the clinic this week, taken in several very interesting new patients. Tough, chronic neuropathy cases and a very unique RSD Case. The RSD is another patient who experienced miraculous relief after 1 session. But more on the clinical stuff another…

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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 Post-Chemotherapy Cancer Patient – A Growing Chiropractic Patient Population

A cancer diagnosis is terrifying. The questions, the fear and the concept of facing their own mortality are enough to paralyze even the strongest individual. In the not so distant past, the standard was surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation or some combination of the three and that was it. Then the patient played the waiting game…

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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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Marketing the Specialty Medical Practice – Part 3

When it comes to marketing your specialty medical practice, it’s easy to overlook a treasure trove of new business that is right before your eyes: Don’t Forget The Power Of Referrals Referrals can be an invaluable resource for building your practice. The art of getting referrals from other professionals takes time to develop but if…

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Harnessing the Power of Private Practice Email – Part 1

In our last article, we talked about the importance of effective communication in growing your practice. This week, we’ll talk about one of the most effective communication tools available to the chiropractic, physical therapy and medical practice… The almighty email… If you have a patient list (and who doesn’t?), you have at your disposal one…

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Communication is Key to Growing Your Practice – Part 3

The last piece in the communication puzzle: How Do You Create A Strong Dialogue With Patients? Treat creating effective patient communication as a step by step process.  This is another by-product of living and practicing by design.  Know what you want to achieve from the very beginning.  Think of the process along these lines: First…

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