20 July 2013, by tpotisk
- Don’t treat patients on the first visit. (Acute care is an exception)
- Give a thorough Report of Findings (ROF) on the second visit, showing options, and asking what the patient wants.
- Make sure every patient is multiple scheduled for the duration of their chosen treatment plan.
- Cluster book multiple patients rather than scattering them across your day.
- Have a yearly chiropractic marketing calendar, scheduling/planning for at least 2 internal promos and 1 external promo per month.
- Strategically place referral prompts.
- Publicly and privately reward patient referrals.
- Visualize a busy practice with abundance, pray for it, write it, repeat it, and believe it.
- Hold a chiropractic orientation/wellness class at least twice monthly. Make it a part of your recommendations to your patient. Close with an offer and call to action.
- Never stop improving your technical skills, communication abilities, and loving service to your patients!