Dr. Brett Axelrod & Dr. Rick Markson invite you to our next seminar on September 26-28, 2019 in Austin, Texas! If you’ve been ready to change and don't know exactly where to start - our September seminar will be the perfect place.
Fourth of July is here, and that means celebrating and reflecting on our freedom. But what about your personal freedom? As someone who operates their own chiropractic practice, you’re probably no stranger to feeling plagued by stress and worries. This Fourth of July, we want to help you find freedom from self doubt. Here are our tips.
Last week’s blog looked further into the many reasons why you might be experiencing high stress levels while operating your own chiropractic practice. Whether it is long hours, programs not working as they should, or taking on too many responsibilities, we are here to help. This week we’ll discuss how to reduce stress and prevent burnout at your practice.
There are few things more satisfying than accomplishing your dreams, but for those of us operating our own chiropractic practices, that joy also comes with a lot of stress. If you find yourself overwhelmed by stress, you aren’t the only one — nearly 50% of practicing physicians suffer from burnout. Here we take a look at just a few reasons why chiropractors and medical professionals are feeling stressed.
Stress, burnout, and fatigue are all major set-backs that many entrepreneurs face, including those that manage their own chiropractic practice. One way to combat these energy-sucking feelings is through meditation. You’ve certainly heard of meditation before, but what exactly is it?
One of the most challenging aspects of owning and operating your own chiropractic practice is that the buck stops with you. There are so many wonderful things about owning your own practice, but this particular factor frustrates many chiropractors we work with and often leads to burnout. Here are our tips to avoid burnout and keep your practice moving in the right direction!
Running your own chiropractic practice is no walk in the park, from staffing to taking care of clients to billing…and so much more! It’s easy to get wrapped up in the day-to-day tasks you need to accomplish, and we don’t blame you. When is the last time you really looked at your overall procedures and checked in with how your practice is running? Let’s get back to basics for a moment in check-in with your practice!
One of the most important elements of operating a successful chiropractic practice is building a strong team. Whether you’re just starting to interview potential employees or are looking to expand your team, keep this very important interview question in mind.
Learn about one of the most common complaints we hear from chiropractors seeking the guidance of ChiroDestiny and tips to help you prevent the problem.
To increase team productivity, reduce turnover rates, and boost revenue for your practice, follow our tips to help your employees find satisfaction in their work.