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Your Practice Website and ADA Compliance

You may have heard buzz recently about new ADA website compliance guidelines. The ADA guidelines are in place to make sure that businesses are accessible by all, including those with disabilities. This has recently been interpreted to include business websites in addition to physical locations.

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Digital Marketing Boot Camp for Chiropractors

Open to both Perfect Patients clients and non-clients alike, this informative, fast-moving one-day program is designed to get you up to speed. So you can make wiser decisions. So you can avoid wasting your money. So you can better tap into the largest source of new patients using the Internet to find a chiropractor.

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Chiropractic Marketing for the New DC

Your practice is a place of healing, but it's also a small business. And you're going to face the same problem all small businesses face - getting customers. So, to get your chiropractic marketing started on the right foot, here are three important factors to consider.

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Chiropractic Practice Building Tip #5:
Understand the Real Source of New Patients

As you might expect, I get questions on how to build a practice almost every single day, from both clients and non-clients. But before I get into the actionable specifics of the answer I invariably give, I think it's worth offering an important reminder. And that's to become more mindful of the superior portion of the patient's nervous system - the brain.

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Chiropractic Practice Building Tip #4:
Communicate More Effectively with Patients

Most chiropractors were set up to struggle in chiropractic college through the way they learned anatomy, neurology and chiropractic technique. The professor spoke. We took notes. We regurgitated the information back onto the test. And we moved through the system. Out in practice, we make the huge mistake of modeling our chiropractic patient communications after the way we experienced it in educational institutions. And it's not working.

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