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Marketing Your Chiropractic Practice | 7 Essential Tips

On October 23rd, 2012, posted in: Practice Development by 0 Comment

Building a chiropractic practice often takes more than doing your job well and providing a great service to the community. If your practice is new or you’re looking to strengthen your business, there are several simple and effective chiropractic marketing tools to help. Here are 7 tips that cost little to no money and will..

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Chiropractors – Reclaim Your Profits With Cash Services

Editor’s Note: Today, Dr Greg Iacono shares his thoughts on why it’s beneficial to have a cash practice and develop cash services. As a full-cash practitioner for over 12 years, I can tell you in my opinion that a cash practice is the way to go in Chiropractic. The positive aspects of a cash system..

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Why You’re Missing Out If You’re Not Using LinkedIn

Along with your chiropractic marketing, patient appreciation days, and community goodwill projects, one of the best ways to promote yourself and your practice is by using social media. One of the best social media websites that can help you locally is LinkedIn. In fact, LinkedIn is one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal..

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A Chiropractor’s Guide to Dressing for Success

On February 9th, 2012, posted in: Practice Development, Uncategorized by 2 Comments

What do you wear to work each day? Khakis and a polo shirt, scrubs, or a crisply pressed dress shirt and slacks? For the women in our audience, do you favor dresses, fashionable blouses and dress pants or scrubs? The clothes you wear to work have a psychological impact and can effect your mood and..

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Chiropractic Marketing Advice to the Frustrated Doctor | Why Pricing Too Low is Bad

On November 19th, 2011, posted in: Practice Development by 0 Comment

When marketing their chiropractic practices, many chiropractors rely on low prices to attract new chiropractic patients. This practice is certainly understandable. All doctors need an ongoing source of new chiropractic patients to keep the doors open—and offering low prices seems like a logical way to bring in new business. But take a bit of chiropractic..

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