5 Random Files: An Easy Way To Reactivate Clients

Getting new clients takes time, energy and sometimes money. For all that investment, it’s a shame when they don’t come back. We’ve had a lot of faces through our practice doors over the years, and while we do our best to keep them engaged, we don’t retain everyone. As a result, we’ve got our share […]

A Six-Figure Income in 3.5 Days Per Week: Practice Wisdom from Kevin Doherty

Note: Kevin Doherty is one of the first people I stumbled across a few years back when we started this blog. He built a successful acupuncture practice, then went on to become an author and business coach. He’s a smart guy, which I like, but he’s also walked the talk, building a six-figure income while […]

Chiropractic Marketing Articles

On December 1, 2006, in chiropractic marketing, marketing, by Dan

For their 50th anniversary a couple of years back, Chiropractic Economics posted a pile of free marketing articles on their website. There’s enough weekend reading here to keep you busy for a while… http://www.chiroeco.com/50/market/index/ Related Posts: Practice Help for Chiropractors

Free Practice Growth Newsletter

PracticeBuilders.com has a series of newsletters that have some great practice growth content. While most of their clients have been MD’s, there are a lot of DC’s on the roster.

Practice Help for Chiropractors

On July 3, 2006, in chiropractic marketing, by Dan

Chiro.org offers an amazingly comprehensive set of resources for new and established chiropractors. There’s a great deal of practical office management information, including an office practices guidebook and several forms. It’s a great resource for down-to-earth “how do I manage my day-to-day” type issues. Hit the site, and follow the “chiropractic tools” link.

Q: How Do I Value A Chiropractic Practice? (Part 2)

On March 23, 2006, in chiropractic marketing, measuring success, by Dan

(Click here for Part 1) When you buy a practice, you’re making an investment – you’re putting your money somewhere in anticipation of it multiplying. So just like stocks, mutual funds, or your savings account, you want the best return on your investment (ROI). The simple formula for ROI is: ROI = (benefits/costs) x 100 […]

Q: How Do I Value A Chiropractic Practice? (Part 1)

On March 22, 2006, in chiropractic marketing, measuring success, by Dan

“I’ve got an opportunity to buy some patient files from another chiropractor, but I think the price is high. How do I know how much to pay?” Good question. Let’s assume for the moment that buying files in general is a good idea. (I think it is.) Valuing a practice – or any business – […]

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