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Team Building

How Your Back Office Chiropractic Assistant is the Guardian of Office Procedure

How Your Back Office Chiropractic Assistant is the Guardian of Office Procedure

If your Check-in/Check-Out CA team is the champion of your Patient Process then your Back Office Chiropractic Assistant is the Guardian of Office Procedure. Now, you may be thinking 'what is the difference between your office process ... Read More >
Grow Your Practice With the Right Technical Chiropractic Assistant

Grow Your Practice With the Right Technical Chiropractic Assistant

This month we focused on chiropractic team building and thus far we discussed the Check-In Chiropractic Assistant and the Check-Out Chiropractic Assistant. Each post talks about the best fitting personality types and the FOCUS and GOALS of each ... Read More >
Why Your Future Depends on Your Check-Out Chiropractic Assistant

Why Your Future Depends on Your Check-Out Chiropractic Assistant

If your Boss of Today is the Check-In Chiropractic Assistant [CA], the Boss of Tomorrow is your Check-Out CA. Their primary role in your practice is to protect, promote and enforce the office policies. Keep ... Read More >
Why The Check-In Chiropractic Assistant is The Boss of TODAY

Why The Check-In Chiropractic Assistant is The Boss of TODAY

Typically, a Docs first hire is the Front Desk Chiropractic Assistant – who, at minimum, plays 2 Major Roles: Check-In AND Check Out Assistant. The evolution of this position eventually divides it into two distinct ... Read More >
REMARKABLETEAM

Building a Remarkable Chiropractic Team Starts With Defining Each Role

Over the last 20 years I’ve had the privilege to build and work with some of the finest Teams in the world particularly when it comes to Chiropractic practice building. Here’s what I’ve learned, if ... Read More >
How to run effective Team Trainings (Part 1)

How to run effective Team Trainings (Part 1)

Effective Team Trainings are in the DNA of a great practice. Most offices have too many "meetings" and far too few "trainings" - even if they think that they are having "trainings". There are three ... Read More >