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Tag Archives: Chiropractic Retention

We’ve reviewed 5 of the Big 7 Pitfalls when it comes to Remarkable Retention. Typically, I’d dive next into Expectations as number 6, but I’ve beaten up the expectations topic enough recently. [If you missed it find more on it here] So I will save you some time and head to the final of the Big […]

Last week we reviewed the power of progress exams in creating GREATER CLARITY for our patients.  Now it’s time to unpack the next Remarkable Patient Retention Mechanism in the patient process: The Progress Report. For the sake of review – we discovered that the real Value of the Progress Exam and Progress Report has been […]

I have had the pleasure to observe dozens of the world’s most successful chiropractors. Every one of them a genius in their own way. Each Chiropractor is unique in their approach to clinical care, team leadership and marketing. It is incredible how different these practices are – it’s amazing, actually! But what really sticks out […]

I would have to say that the New Patient Workshop or Orientation has been the key communication that has built our practice – hands down. I believe that the workshop is the most important communication that any patient ever experiences. Frankly, I don’t believe that you can over-state the value of it. If done properly, […]

In my book, re-conversion or “re-commitment” should be the ultimate goal for your practice. Patient retention strongly depends on the foundation you’ve laid in your education and relationship thus far. My Dad always said – “It’s not about being invited… it’s all about being invited back. The “Re-conversion” is being invited back!”

We all want to see more chiropractic patients, help more people AND make a great living doing it! BUT we also want to have more free time, so that we can have a LIFE. However, in order to grow your practice and gain back your time, you’ve got to have better chiropractic systems. Systems for new patient attraction, conversion, retention […]