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!
In today’s increasingly hectic world, stress levels are higher than ever and that is particularly true for at the workplace. One thing is certain, if you don’t work to proactively control your personal stress levels, you can’t expect someone to do it for you. Here are our tips to help get your work-related stress under control for a healthier you and a healthier environment in your chiropractic practice.
In last week’s post, we discussed how to give your blog a boost. Now that you’e got the basics down of how to start your own chiropractic blog, let’s cover what you want to avoid.
As the owner of a chiropractic practice, you may have been here before. You have an employee that is constantly under-performing or causing issues with other staff members. Warnings have been issued and nothing has changed. But how do you know for sure that one of your employees needs to go before a meltdown at the practice takes place? Here are a few signs that it’s time to part ways.
Check out an interview with Rick and Brett on how to handle all things positive and negative for your practice!
Here you are again… hangover just about gone… and you have to muster up the strength to walk into the office bright-eyed and bushy tailed… ugh!
Your team looks to you for the rah-rah speech of a lifetime, letting them know that this year will be our best year ever… yada yada yada.
Ready to vomit yet? Here are the 5 reasons why you should hate January 2nd.
A while back, Rick wrote a great post about the importance of patient education. He discussed the importance of listening to your patients instead of trying to impose your goals upon them. With that in mind, let's talk about patient goals.