One of my clients emailed me recently and asked about how to start selling products on his website. It's not something that I've ever talked about on the podcast, so
I recently heard someone say "Don't own things that are not yours to own." That made me think about all the things that chiropractors "own" that are just making their
More often than not, successful chiropractors are also small-business owners. It's hard to make a good living as a chiropractic associate. That's why so many chiropractors venture off on their
Choosing a chiropractor, like selecting any healthcare professional, requires careful consideration to ensure you receive the best care. Here are some red flags to watch out for: Lack of Proper Credentials:
Finding the best chiropractor in your area involves a combination of research, personal preferences, and perhaps recommendations. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you find a suitable chiropractor: Determine Your Needs:
I wanted to bring someone on the podcast to talk more about the micro practice model for chiropractors. So I reached out to one of my chiro college classmates, Dr.
Chiropractors often reach out to me and ask for help. Frequently, the area where they are having the most problems in their practice is patient retention. Now I'm sure that most
I would argue that most people who decide they want to be a chiropractor, in their heart, just want to help people and make a good living while doing it.
In the digital age, the visibility of your chiropractic practice online is crucial. Ranking higher on Google can significantly increase your clinic's exposure, attract more patients, and build your reputation. Unfortunately,
Chiropractors have often heard the quote, "Content is KING." But in a world overflowing with content, is there a specific type of content on which a chiropractor should focus their