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So, you’ve gone through the interviewing process and found your new Remarkable Chiropractic Assistant. Congrats! You’re all set to go, right? Wait, your chiropractic coach says not so fast! It’s time to properly on-board and train your new CA! If you want this to be a lasting relationship, you must be prepared.

Today, I will share with you all part 1 of our 10 Steps To On-Boarding a New Chiropractic Assistant.

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The Remarkable Practice’s, Dr. Stephen Franson recently earned a spot in Dr. Joshua Axe 25 Top Chiropractors of 2017 after several decades of service and dedication to the profession, his patients and his fellow chiropractors.

Dr. Franson is very honored and enthused about snagging a spot on this Top Chiropractors list. Yet he kindly recognized and credited us, his team, for his success.   Read more …

To wrap up our retention series, today we will discuss the final step in creating Lifetime Wellness Champions – the Chiropractic Annual Review. If the Re-Report is the Wedding Day, then the [Annual Review] is the Anniversary. And JUST like the Wedding Day, the Re-Commitment to your practice and their wellness does NOT happen on the Report Day [Anniversary]. It happens all year long.

For the sake of review: Our goal was to get people to Regular Lifetime Family Wellness Care.

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In our practice, we utilized the Wellness Paradigm. We addressed each patient’s journey towards Wellness Care in 3 distinct stages, with the final stage as the new patient re-commitment stage.

  1. Initial Intensive Care – Stabilize the problem and stop the damage.
  2. Corrective Care – The objective is to retrain the spine, function and health.
  3. Wellness Care OR Maintenance Care – Continue the care at the same trajectory OR Maintain their new level of health to protect their progress.

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