Creating Private Practice Policies that work for you: get some help!

There’s compliance with federal laws of course state laws, which vary greatly and change from time to time. Nonetheless we still encounter in private consulting private practices who are walking a fine line either with made up for antiquated policies.

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Are You Guilty of Underpricing Your Future in Private Practice?

But why do so many find it’s so difficult or worse yet, fail in private practice? Nowadays it’s because of the lack of effective marketing and most especially the lack of current or inappropriate business skills. One of these key business skills is pricing and collecting for your services appropriately.

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What's Most Important To Seriously Ill Patients?

If your patients suffer from neuropathy, one of the most important things for them to realize is that “no cure” is never the same as “no help!”  It’s an unfortunate truth: so far, peripheral neuropathy (sometimes we’ve seen it referred to incorrectly as ‘neurophy’) has no actual cure, and most nerve damage is permanent.  That’s…

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Fibromyalgia- A Breakthrough in Treatment for Patients and Clinicians?

If you treat patients who suffer from pain, fibromyalgia is probably a term you’re familiar with, if only in passing.  Nearly 4% of patients suffer from fibromyalgia, making it one of the most common pain syndromes in the world!  Female patients are 70% more likely to suffer from fibromyalgia than males, but the condition hits…

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A Nutrition Intro For Your Neuropathy and Chronic Pain Patients

Diet can be a main factor in many of the cases of peripheral neuropathy you see.  Neuropathy is linked to diabetes and other conditions where daily intake of sugars and nutrients is important, but your patient’s diet can also influence the condition of nerves in more direct ways, such as in cases where a nutritional…

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Another Niche: Become an expert in Entrapment Neuropathy Care!

Entrapment Neuropathy:  More Than Just Carpal Tunnel! Last week we discussed carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), one of the most common forms of neuropathy affecting a single nerve (mononeuropathy).  What many of your patients might not know is that carpal tunnel syndrome is only one of the entrapment neuropathies common in the upper limbs.  The other…

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