Many people (mistakenly) believe that every business owner is a natural-born leader. While some successful chiropractic practice founders are, many simply never developed leadership skills or take them for granted. Consequentially, they are unable to influence others, making it nearly impossible to get their practice off the ground. Here are a few tips to enhance your leadership skills.
So you’ve been encouraging your patients to leave reviews and carefully monitoring how your practice holds up on review sites. Most people have nothing but nice things to say, making it even more alarming when you read about a less-than-stellar experience a patient had at your practice. You know that reviews are a great way to bring in new patients, so a negative one will surely hurt you, won’t it? Before you go into a panic, learn about the benefits of a negative review.
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.
The team members you have working in the front office have a huge impact on the overall experience of your patients. Here are our tips on what you can do to ensure your team is taking great care of your patients.
There are many benefits to gaining more positive reviews, and still many chiropractic professionals find it uncomfortable to ask patients to leave reviews. Here are our tips to help you find success.
There are countless important topics to cover when it comes to operating your own chiropractic practice: marketing, staffing, billing, and so much more. But what about body language and how does it effect your business? Body language helps you to appropriately convey messages to your patients, staff, and colleagues. Here are our tips:
Spring is here, which means longer days, warmer temperatures, and a feeling of starting fresh. It also means it is time for some spring cleaning. You know how to do that in the workplace, but what about in your chiropractic practice? Here are our tips to clean up some time-wasting habits this spring.
Change is hard. Really, we know it is. At the start of the new year, we are dedicated to making changes, yet studies show that nearly 40% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, but only 8% of those are achieved. Here’s a look at why that happens, and what you can do to make positive changes in your life.
In order to obtain new patients, they have to be able to find your practice. And unless they’ve heard of your practice before, they won’t search for it by name. They’ll search for terms related to symptoms or services to find the provider they need. Search engines will then match their queries with an answer - which is ideally your practice. If search engines aren’t finding your practice, you may have neglected some important tasks related to website optimization. Here’s what you can do.
As chiropractors, we want our patients to achieve true health. And health and wellness is all about balance, right? The same concept applies to your chiropractic practice. We spend the majority of our waking hours at work, and many spend more time with their colleagues than they do with their own families. At times, your practice can feel more like a primary residence. So, how can you make this more tolerable?