May 1, 2009

Clinical Excellence

"Nerve First" APPROACH

Market Review

Real Marketing from the Experts

Profitability

Double Your Practice Without Leaving Your Front Door

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"Nerve First" APPROACH

Interview with David Fletcher, D.C, F.C.C.S.S.(C) Dr. Fletcher is a 1980 graduate of-Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with a Fellowship in Chiropractic Sport Sciences. He trains and teaches thousands of chiropractors to interpret and commu­nic

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Market Review

Real Marketing from the Experts

We've gathered eight top experts in the Chiropractic field, just for you, to provide you with fundamental methods of marketing that can be integrated right now, on a shoe string, and keep your practice thriving years into the future. The mOSt COSt e

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Double Your Practice Without Leaving Your Front Door

O VER THE YEARS AS A PRACTICE CONSULTANT, I ALWAYS get the same question: "How can I get more new patients?" This seems to the mantra of the masses! This seems to be the only or best way to build a practice for most. There are numerous issues that m

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Thirty Percent of Intervertebral Disc Herniations Are Missed on MRI

D IAGNOSTIC ATTENT1VENESS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A HALLMARK OF accurate trauma assessment. The diagnostic dilemma relates to finding the traumatic lesion, and clinically correlating it to causality and, when appropriate, to persistent functional loss. Ther

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Depression Era Marketing for Today

O KAY...SO, I SAID IT. TllE DREADED "D" WORD. THE pundits may debate whether our economy is in re­cession or a true depression but, if you're out there trying to survive this economic mess, I suspect that technical distinctions don't matter much. Fa

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Chiropractic Around The World

CHIROPRACTIC AROUND THE WORLD

wo* Bill Would Let Chiropractors Work on Animals NEBRASKA: Fido could get chiropractic treatment under a bill advanced by state lawmakers. The bill (LB463) from Sen. Cap Dierks of Ewing would let a chiropractor or other therapist treat an animal. La

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Hearing Loss following Whiplash

TITLE: A Review of the Otological Aspects of Whiplash Injury CITATION: Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Volume 16, Issue 2, February 2009, Pages 53-55 AUTHORS: R.M.D. Tranter and J.R. Graham From abstract: Approximately 10% of patients who ha

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Profibility

Small Businesses Keeping Up With Online Presence

T HE WORLD OF MARKETING IS CHANGING. It IS NOT THE SAME as five years ago, ten years ago, or even one year ago. Because of this, it is imperative for us to begin to look at all of our marketing efforts and avenues, and make changes accordingly. Chan

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Communication Leads to Better Results for Practice Growth

I N TODAY'S ECONOMY, DOCTORS ARE constantly seeking low-cost methods to market their practices, retain pa­tients and promote referral activity. Many look for traditional options, like advertising and networking activities, which can be effective but

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Word Power! Newsletters Keep You Connected With Your Patients

P ATIENTS WHO LOVE YOU AND UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU DO AND why you do it will refer like crazy to you. And referrals, as you know, make the best new patients. One of the best ways to nurture a close relation­ship with your patients is through a monthly n

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