Category Archives: Practice Management

Why Discounts Are Not the Answer to Surviving a Recession

In the midst of an economic downturn, is discounting your chiropractic services the right move? Explore the reasons why it might not be and uncover effective, value-driven alternatives that can help your practice not only survive, but thrive.

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The Mid-Year Review Every Chiropractor Needs

Remember your ambitious 2023 goals? Take this opportunity, at the midpoint of the year, to examine your chiropractic patient growth and evaluate your digital marketing progress to set the stage for a bustling second half of the year. Use the strategies provided to evaluate what’s working and see what might require a new approach.

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How to Know When to Hire a New Associate DC

If you’re a chiropractor, there may come a time when you need to hire an Associate DC. But how do you know when it’s time to make a move? In this blog post, we’ll explore some signs indicating it might be time to bring on another chiropractor. By understanding these indicators, you can help ensure your practice runs smoothly and set yourself up for steady growth.

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Your Power, Your Success: Thriving During a Recession

In these uncertain times, many chiropractors may be feeling anxious about the future. But instead of downsizing your chiropractic practice, focus on your purpose and value to thrive in a recession.

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Time to Raise Your Fees?

If it’s been a year or more since your last price increase, it may be time to nudge your fees higher.

Probably no other business decision is more troubling than the prospect of raising fees. Countless chiropractors remain undercompensated due to the imagined effect of what a price increase would produce. If that’s you, here’s a perspective that may release you from this needless fear.

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The Top 3 Mistakes Chiropractors Make When Hiring

Hiring the right staff is essential to your success. The wrong Associate DC can cost you $100,000 or more in lost time, production, and hard costs. Here are the top 3 mistakes chiropractor make when hiring.

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