Reclaim The Joy Of Practice - An Advanced Guide For Advancing Doctors.
Doctors face more responsibilities than ever before. The demands of licensing boards, insurance companies, patients and even new technologies easily draws doctors away from their role as loving, caring healers. This book leads doctors on a journey of joy, capturing all the benefits that can and should come with being a doctor. Your patients will appreciate the improved you.
18 February 2017, by tpotisk
The Gonstead Chiropractic Clinic in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, an important historical landmark, is currently undergoing restoration and preservation.
“Ok, so what’s going on here?”
Its a question I’m asked frequently about this Gonstead Guardians fundraising campaign. I don’t blame you for asking; I’m skeptical of many fundraisers myself. But I can assure you nobody is profiting. In fact myself as President of the non-profit Foundation, the Board of Directors, and all our beloved army of helpers are all volunteers. We recognize the importance of saving this Chiropractic landmark.
Regardless of one’s technique, DCs need to understand the legacy Dr Gonstead left behind. DD Palmer was no doubt the discoverer of Chiropractic, and BJ the developer, but it’s hard to deny that Clarence Gonstead was “The Chiropractor”. His accomplishments are stellar.We’ve lost too many important Chiropractic history landmarks already such as The Ryan Building, Clearview Sanitarium, Spears Chiropractic Hospital, etc. Join us in the restoration and preserving this legacy and clinic as a shining example of ultra-success all Chiropractors can aspire to.
All donations are 100% tax deductible. Please make it your goal to visit the clinic. The staff would be happy to arrange a tour for you. It is located at 1505 Springdale St, Mt Horeb, WI 53572. The clinic hours are 7 …
Categories: Gonstead Clinic
24 March 2016, by tpotisk
Check out my latest Chiropractic marketing article on Linkedin – Your Chiropractic Practice is Doomed
Chiropractic marketing is lacking in most failing practices.
This is why I am an advocate of it. Certainly technical skills and superior patient results are of primary concern. But often marketing is necessary to have a better than average Chiropractic practice.
Here is the Introduction from my Chiropractic Marketing Power eBook:
I bet you are a lot like me- we hate getting stuck whether its waiting for an airplane, in the snow, in a traffic jam, standing in a slow moving line, or even in some relationships. That frustrating feeling of not going anywhere is the same pain many chiropractors feel with their practices.
Sure, occasionally I meet a DC who seems content with or at least accepting of their level of stagnation, perhaps having maxed out their mastery of their technique, communication, or management skills. But they don’t stay content for long, eventually succumbing to the non-stop forces of inflation and/or competition.
So, what can a doctor do? Is there a solution to keeping our hard earned reputations and levels of productivity and income from gradually fading? Yep, and it’s done using proven marketing techniques.
Marketing is to a chiropractic practice like gasoline is to a car. Sure, a car can keep coasting for a while even after running out of gas, and it may even pick up speed if going downhill, but without gas it eventually slows …
Categories: chiropractic marketing, Uncategorized
1 April 2015, by tpotisk
Chiropractic Practice Resucitation? What’s that?
You’re here because you want your Chiropractic practice to grow. I’m here to help.
You’ll find tips in this website on of the following topics:
Starting a new practice.
Report of Findings.
I have a knack for teaching these topics in a simplistic and easy to implement style. My aim is to help you get your chiropractic practice to the level of prosperity you desire and deserve. For now, take a look around this website and at some of my previous articles. As I consult with chiropractors around the country I find many need CPR- Chiropractic Practice Resuscitation.
Chiropractic practice can be a challenge in today’s environment of insurance and regulation changes, malpractice risk, poor work ethics of employees, and marketing competition. When Chiropractors call me I start by having them complete a brief Chiropractor Success Test and this usually reveals the challenges that need immediate action.
Your success is inevitable with the correct actions.
I did it; and you can be next!
Dr Tom Potisk
P.S. Feel welcome to email me your specific questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
Categories: Chiropractic mentoring, chiropractic practice managment, CPR- Chiropractic Practice Resusitation
26 November 2014, by tpotisk
Chiropractic practice success made simple, fun and inexpensive.
Several years ago I devised a plan to significantly expand my Chiropractic practice. I labeled it the Blow the Roof Off campaign. It worked so well that my practice seemed to be propelled with a velocity that was virtually unstoppable. Was it magic, a new technique, cut-rate prices, or just plain luck? No, but it was a combination of ethical Chiropractic marketing and management actions and procedures, laid out with planning, teamwork, great guidance, commitment, and persistence.
My Blow the Roof Off Your Chiropractic Practice project is reproduce-able for other Chiropractors. I’ve refined it and tuned it over the years to suit any Chiropractors objectives. Some DCs want to sell and retire from Chiropractic practice, some want associates, some want a higher volume of patients and more income. The needs vary so I offer several options of Chiropractic marketing and management.
Take a look at my catalog of products and services. Let me know what you want by emailing email@example.com
Blow the Roof Off Your Practice Success Catalog
Dr Tom Potisk
P.S. I did it; and you can be next!
-“Dr. Tom’s program was fantastic! I laughed, I cried, and I went back to my practice with a new, deeper sense of dedication and confidence. All DCs need to hear his message!” – Dr. Donna Stackpool, Lake Geneva WI
-“Reclaim the Joy of Practice was an amazing presentation! Dr. Potisk made …
Categories: Chiropractic marketing products, chiropractic practice expenses and profits, chiropractic practice managment
14 September 2014, by tpotisk
Chiropractic jobs ranks number 34 of 200 popular occupations in 2014 according to careercast.com.
See the details by clicking the link here:
Chiropractor ranks 34 in CareerCast’s Top 200 Jobs of 2014
I’ve got Chiropractic jobs having been a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic for 30 plus years and now am a chiropractic consultant. I agree its a rewarding and satisfying choice. Just think about it – great salary and compensation, excellent work environment, comfortable work hours, no holiday work, rarely called on emergencies, unmatchable customer satisfaction, professional respect, and relatively low malpractice insurance premiums compared to medical jobs. Choosing a Chiropractic job is smart.
The one weak spot is job opportunity. This is because most Chiropractors want to be independent and desire their own practice.
I help people get and keep Chiropractic jobs with my coaching and consulting service called Reclaim the Joy of Practice. In fact I wrote the book Reclaim the Joy of Practice: An advanced guide for advancing doctors.
Categories: chiropractic jobs
13 September 2014, by tpotisk
Evidence based medicine may be harmful to your well-being. I could rant here with my opinions but instead I’ll let you read these quotes from medical experts.
Dr Andrew Weil on Evidence Based Medicine:“Medicine has always operated in uncertainty,” says Weil. “The Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress estimated that fewer than 30 percent of procedures currently used in conventional medicine have been rigorously tested. While waiting for further tests, we do the best we can, trying not to hurt people, trying to make educated guesses.” – Dr Andrew Weil MD, Discover Magazine August 1999
Dr David Eddy on Evidence based medicine: “Only about 15% of medical interventions are supported by scientific evidence…this is partly because only 1% of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound.” – David Eddy MD, PhD, BMJ 1991 303:798
“It isn’t just an individual study here and there that’s flawed, they charge. Instead, the very framework of medical investigation may be off-kilter, leading time and again to findings that are at best unproved and at worst dangerously wrong. The result is a system that leads patients and physicians astray—spurring often costly regimens that won’t help and may even harm you.” “Even a cursory glance at medical journals shows that once heralded studies keep falling by the wayside.” “Surgical practices, for instance, have not been tested to nearly the extent that medications have. “I wouldn’t be surprised if a large proportion of surgical practice is …
Categories: Evidence based medicine, Uncategorized
2 July 2014, by tpotisk
Chiropractic marketing products are abundant but risky. Here are some of my unique and proven Chiropractic marketing and management products. These are being used successfully world-wide. Some have made the Amazon.com bestseller list. Woohoo!
Best marketing ever!
You would love the attention the Giant Spine and Parade Costume gets! Many DCs report that this was the best Chiropractic marketing they have ever done. Plus it is a tremendous team builder for your staff, making lasting memories. The Wellness Wins book is an excellent patient education tool! Some docs give these to every new patient, some hand them out at Screening events, and some donate them to local community libraries.
Providing presentations in your community can produce many new patients and here is how to get in the door! There is a proven technique I developed and you’ll see results as quick as you implement it.
Many Chiropractors tell me they get people to their presentations but don’t convert many to new patients. The Killer Close is …
Categories: chiropractic marketing, Chiropractic marketing products
31 March 2014, by tpotisk
Chiropractic economics in 2014. Chiropractic practice expenses are increasing nation-wide resulting in reduced profits. Ouch!
That was the common thread I heard being discussed at a recent continuing education (CE) seminar. Chiropractors both new and veteran expressed concern and dismay. But there is hope!
After chatting with these many DCs I became reminded of several basic business concepts. These must be addressed regularly for any chiropractic economics issues.
1) The basic business formula for success never varies. It is high volume plus low overhead equals high profit. For a chiropractic practice this translates into the necessity for the DC to constantly be striving to attend to more patients at less cost. The trick here is to do so without compromising quality of service. I’ve observed that this can be done easier than most Chiropractors believe. The solution is best found by having a third person (chiropractic practice consultant, coach, or guide) view the practice procedures and make recommendations. Usually, it comes down to simply streamlining and better organizing the practice’s systems. It makes for good chiropractic economics. The barrier is usually the doctor and their narrow-minded view of how things need to run. Can you let go of at least some of your barriers doctor? You’d be amazed at the profits to be had with a few simple alterations.
2) Improving the profits by increasing volume and cutting expenses needs to be a team effort. The doctor needs to call his employees together. …
Categories: chiropractic economics, chiropractic practice expenses and profits
20 January 2014, by tpotisk
The Giant Spine Parade and Event Costume for chiropractic marketing of new patients continues to be a hit in 2014!
It is being successfully utilized in 26 US states, 147 communities and has gone international – Spain, South Africa, and Canada. These chiropractic practices are thriving!
Will you be next to use this unmatched chiropractic marketing tool? Get the free report “GIANT SPINE PURCHASING INFO” in the right sidebar on the HOME PAGE .
Categories: chiropractic marketing, Giant Spine Parade and Event Costume, marketing/advertising, Uncategorized