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Problems With Patient Retention?

Are you having trouble with patient retention? We find many chiropractic professionals are focused solely on attracting new patients and inadvertently neglect their existing patients. Getting new patients is great and an essential part of operating your practice, but you certainly don’t want to lose the loyal following you’ve built. In fact, it costs more money to get a new patient and returning patients drive a greater ROI. Your happy patients can be your best brand ambassadors, and that’s only a few reasons to invest in patient retention. Here are our tips to keep your patients coming back to your chiropractic practice.

How To Increase Client Referrals

Building a successful chiropractic practice means building trusting and lasting relationships with your clients. You aren’t selling a product they can just order off Amazon, you are selling a service that is customized to their needs. Because chiropractic care falls into a niche category, building a strategy for growth isn’t as clear as it is in other industries. Here are our tips to help you build a strong referral system.

Want To Attract New Patients?

Want To Attract New Patients?

Sometimes marketing can be a real pain in the neck, but it is necessary if you want to attract new patients to your practice. Here are five pain-free ideas you can use to build your patient base.

Building A Trustworthy Brand

Building A Trustworthy Brand

Lary Myler, founder and CEO of By Monday, INC., wrote on Forbes.com that "it's a lot less expensive to keep a current customer than to acquire a new one.” In order to run a successful private practice, you've got to have patients, and one of the most important ways you can build strong relationships with your patients is through trust. Let's go over how your practice can establish trusting relationships with patients.

Getting Inactive Patients to Return to Your Office

Getting Inactive Patients to Return to Your Office

See how a simple system and procedure in my office encourages a patient who had been gone for 9 years to come back.

Stop the Leaky Bucket

Stop the Leaky Bucket

Most chiropractors come to us asking how to get new patients, but what they're not looking at is the leaky bucket.