Busy. We are all always so busy. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking to a college student, an unemployed thirty-year-old, a mom of five, or a retired 7o-year-old, we are all busy. If you talk to two DC’s, one seeing 14 patients a week (LV), and another seeing 140 patients (HV) they will both tell […]
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If you haven’t ventured into the world of podcasts you need to get started today. Podcasts enable you to turn your commute or gym time into personal growth time. I have compiled a list of the top ten podcasts for chiropractors. The Chiropractic Philanthropist Dr. Ed Osburn’s podcast is one of my favorite podcasts out […]
I want to address a disturbing trend I have noticed among chiropractors. It goes something like this: “that patient just wasn’t a good patient, patients from ______ are never good patients, I send all my bad patients down the street.” It’s time for us to stop talking like this. Maybe there are no bad patients. […]
I have always been taught by management companies not to adjust on the first visit no matter what. If you’re like me this doesn’t feel like good advice. I’ll outline why they recommend it, and how I reconciled their recommendations with my own style of practice. The big impetus behind my former management company telling […]
It has been my experience that the most damaging thing that holds people back from achieving their potential is fear. Fear manifests itself in three main areas: fear of rejection, fear of change, and fear of failure. Fear of Rejection This fear probably dates back to our childhood days when little Jimmy or Susie decided they […]