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  • 16 Jul 2018 10:40 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Patient Consent to Use Testimonials

    Before posting any patient information on social media or elsewhere, always obtain a patient's consent to release

    Patient testimonials

    When it comes to growing a business, patient testimonials are extremely powerful. However, they can be equally destructive if not handled with care.

    Obtaining a patient's consent to use their testimonial, e.g., written, video, picture, must go well beyond a single sentence or a verbal agreement. "Consent" must be informative and comprehensive.

    Elements of consent

    A good testimonial consent form should include information a patient would need in order to make an informed decision. At a minimum, be sure to include the following sections.

    1. The proposed uses of their testimonial information, such as:
      1. Website
      2. Print advertising and marketing
      3. Social media, e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Constant Contact, Instagram, etc.
      4. Verbal conversation with clients and prospective clients
    2. Describe the purpose of consent and the patient's right to revoke.
      1. By signing this form, you are hereby consenting to allow [Practice Name] to use and disclose...
      2. You have the right to revoke this Release at any time by providing your revocation...
    3. Actual "consent to release" language, which is the typical legalese you find in most agreements.
      1. I hereby authorize [Practice Name] to use my testimonial...
      2. I understand the information I provide in my testimonial...
      3. By signing below I agree and acknowledge...
    4. Provide how the patient would like to be identified. Examples include:
      1. First name and first initial of my last name (e.g., Jeff B., Michelle G.)
      2. First initial of my first name and first initial of my last name (e.g., J.B., M.G.)
      3. Use only my written testimonial, I would like to remain "anonymous"

    It is time to match the powerful testimonials you receive with a powerful patient testimonial consent form!

    About The Author

    Dr. Jeff Brown works at HIPAAmate, an online HIPAA compliance softwareDr. Jeff Brown is dedicated to creating time-saving HIPAA compliance software. Brown’s career spans private practice, compliance consulting, and software product management for three healthcare technology companies. He is a co-founder of HIPAAmate—compliance software designed and priced for small business—and can be contacted at 614-706-2066,, or through

    DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this article, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

  • 19 Jun 2018 9:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Empowering Women in Chiropractic Series- Sponsored by ChiroSecure

    The following is an actual transcript of the ChiroSecure Live Event Empowering Women In Chiropractic.

    We do our best to make sure the transcript is as accurate as possible, however, it may contain spelling or grammatical errors. If you have any questions about the transcript or would like to request any transcripts from our previous shows, feel free to contact us at 866-802-4476. Also note, opinions expressed during these shows are not necessarily those of ChiroSecure or the Women Chiropractors Organizaiton. 

    ChiroSecure makes no claims and accepts no responsibility for the legality or enforceability of the contents of this document. It is your responsibility to make sure that the any recommendations by the hosts or their guests are solely theirs and it is your responsibility to make sure your office and staff is in compliance with your state board rules and regulations, and any and all other governing boards, national organizations on the state and federal level you must comply with.

    Facebook Live Transcript: 

    Speaker 1: Welcome to Chiro Secure's Empowering Women in Chiroprac:c. The Facebook

    live show for successful women, by successful women, proving once again,

    women make it happen. Join us each week as we bring you the best in business

    growth, prac:ce management, social media marke:ng, networking, leadership,

    and lots more. If it's about women in prac:ce and business, you'll hear it here.

    Now, join today's host Dr. Julie McLaughlin as she talks learning, living, and

    teaching. And now, here's Dr. Julie.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Hello my friends. I am here on Empowering Women Facebook live from Chiro

    Secure. Thank you for joining us. I would like you all to give some love, some

    likes today for Chiro Secure because they are sponsoring this great content. They

    have been doing this week aMer week for us. They have been bringing us the

    best of the best in our profession, so let's give some love, some likes. Today, I

    would like you to make comments in the comment box because, you know

    what? We really want this informa:on to come out. We want empower more

    women in our profession. We want to just bring our whole profession up to the

    next level. I am Dr. Julie McLaughlin with Vital Health Protocols where I teach

    func:onal medicines to docs. Today, I have a very special guest, one of my good

    friends, Dr. Tracy Szemkus. She is going to be teaching us about building a

    beau:ful, professional, bankable brand. She has helped me do more than I could

    ever even imagine. And so, I'd like you to welcome Dr. Tracy.

    Dr. Szemkus: Hey Julie. How are you?

    Dr. McLaughlin: I am totally happy to see you. I'm so excited to do this together.

    Dr. Szemkus: I am too. This is great. This is great. You're the perfect example of how your

    personal brand has just thrived with your company and puTng it all together.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Well, you helped me because when I first started, I just had my logo, and I just

    had some content, and you said to me, hey, where's your picture of you?

    Dr. Szemkus: Where are you?

    Dr. McLaughlin: I didn't want anybody to see that. And you're like, no. You explained it to me

    un:l I got. I was like, I don't want any pictures of myself, but I've got to tell you. I

    want you to share with everybody what it is that you do and how you were able

    to convince me that I should even have pictures of myself, not only in my

    branding, but as part of my brand.

    Dr. Szemkus: Absolutely. Well, you know what, I see a lot of women do, and I want to focus on

    the women today because that's what this is all about. We want to uplevel the

    women in chiroprac:c and their personal brands. What I've seen happen and

    what was happening with you, I believe, if I can be so bold, Julie, is to say that

    you were hiding behind your logo, and you were hiding behind basically this

    product that you put in front or yourself, in front of your image, and you let that

    shine. The way that branding is changing so much in our modern, visual world is

    that everything can be transparent now, like with the internet, with social

    media. Everyone wants to see who is behind the brand. Really, you were always

    there, I just gave you a liWle boost and made you get yourself out there, get your

    picture in front of your brand basically, so you could be the spokesperson.

    Dr. Szemkus: I think that's really, really important to understand is that for so long women in

    chiroprac:c, they worked behind the scenes, and they work their tushy off trying

    to build a brand with their company, with their clinics, with their team, and it

    goes all the way from doctors, to CAs, to support staff, and marke:ng people for

    your clinic. Everyone has their own personal brand that represents the company

    as a whole. What the public really wants now is to understand who you are and

    that just builds trust. The more and more you can put yourself out there like

    that, it just builds trust, which you can then build upon there with your business.

    Dr. McLaughlin: It is amazing. It's easier to build rela:onships with people because they know


    Dr. Szemkus: Absolutely.

    Dr. McLaughlin: They've seen you. They've known you.

    Dr. Szemkus: It's emo:onal connec:on, is what it is. When we do the types of photography

    that we do, we really with outline that we're going to do today, what it is, it's the

    package. It's the full package, right? You're making yourself marketable, but

    what it isn't, it isn't glamour shots, it isn't for vanity. It's for trust and looking as

    successful as you are. It's matching the quality of the content that you put out,

    matching the professionalism, polishing it. It's bringing it all together. I believe

    that we did that with your brand. I would love to show some examples because

    it's nice to show, when you can see the examples, it's nice to put that together

    with what we're trying to discuss here.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah. Let's take a look. I'd love to see that.

    Dr. Szemkus: Cool. Whenever you are ready, I'll share this. Can you see that right now?

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah, I can see it.

    Dr. Szemkus: Okay, perfect. All right. We're going to look at professional branding, what it is,

    and what it isn't, and definitely why you need it, and then the components of it,

    of course. It's definitely a buzz word, right? Personal branding is a buzz word

    right now, and I think a lot of people are geTng it mixed up with a vanity thing

    because personal branding is not necessarily just pictures on Facebook. It is

    actually the way that your audience perceives you to be. That's how we brand

    the components of branding.

    Dr. Szemkus: I just want to go over it quickly what the four components are. It's your voice,

    what you're puTng out there, your message, it's consistency with that. That

    almost is one of the most important things because we have to interweave that

    into all of the visuals.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Right, right. I agree. The post that I did with my images that you did of me had

    much greater reach. It had much greater engagement then just photo stock post

    or just a generic post.

    Dr. Szemkus: It's almost like night and day, right?

    Dr. McLaughlin: A hundred :mes, yeah. It wasn't liWle, it was huge.

    Dr. Szemkus: In 2018, the stock photo is dead, right?

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yep, it is.

    Dr. Szemkus: I feel like you absolutely need to bring this into your marke:ng strategy.

    Definitely what it is, is packaging your exper:se, and it showcases your value,

    right? Communicates your credibility, that's one of the biggest things because

    one of the best things that you can do is do a great job in your clinic, but then on

    top of that, you need to communicate it to your community. The best way to do

    that is through video and photography, and professional video and photography.

    Dr. McLaughlin: And, it is a big difference, isn't it?

    Dr. Szemkus: Yes. Exactly. What it won't do for you is it's not going to instantly make you

    famous, right?

    Dr. McLaughlin: Thank goodness.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yes. When you put it all together, it's not changing you. It's just amplifying what

    you are and who you are. The best personal branding is to amplify all of your

    uniqueness, like your quirks, the things that, I believe like, ten years ago that you

    were trying to hide, and now, it's like, no, you want to bring out that uniqueness.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Right, right.

    Dr. Szemkus: It's not a certain look. It's your look, and that's what we do.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I know with me, anybody who hears my voice, knows it's me immediately.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yes, you have a very unique voice. And that's why we did so many videos the last

    :me we were together. It's like you need to keep showcasing who you are and

    what your personality is, right?

    Dr. Szemkus: And so, why do you need this? You need to leverage it, to design the life that you

    want. I truly believe that you can by doing personal branding because you aWract

    like-minded people. I know a lot is focused on demographics and who you're

    trying to reach out to, but really when you become more marketable, you aWract

    the people that respond to your style, respond to the type of educa:on that you

    give in your community. Therefore, it just equals new pa:ents. New pa:ents,

    you know, you avoid burnout, right, because you pinpoint the people that you

    really enjoy.

    Dr. McLaughlin: They resonate with you because they feel like they already know you before

    they walk in the door.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yes. Exactly. You bring up such a good point because that is one of the best ways

    to know if you've done a really good job personal branding, is if they feel like

    they know you already.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah. Like, all my pa:ents, they call, and they're like, oh yeah, I need to see Dr.

    Julie. She's one of my good friends.

    Dr. Szemkus: And you're like, what?

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah. I'm like, oh, I don't think I know them yet. But, they're going to be one of

    my good friends.

    Dr. Szemkus: I love it. I love it. Well, another thing, you already have a personal brand

    whether you want it or not because people gather what they see from you

    online. If they don't see enough, they get suspicious. If they see a lot, they've

    gathered in their mind what they already feel about you, so that is the brand,

    right? We have to go forward with inten:ons, right?

    Dr. Szemkus: Now, I'm going to skip through because I want to look at some of yours, your


    Dr. McLaughlin: See, the pictures are much beWer.

    Dr. Szemkus: Oh, my gosh. Don't even start with me, Julie. All right. These, I feel, are so

    authen:c because it really, really brings out your light, right? You have just a

    special way of bringing people in and making them feel comfortable. I really

    think that we captured this, in your full color.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I always have color now.

    Dr. Szemkus: We brought out these so to bring out life. I feel like the green in the back is really

    the, func:onal medicine is all about bringing you to what is whole, and what is

    real, and processed foods, and everything like that is so out, right? So we

    wanted to bring a holis:c look to you. We're not showing video, obviously, but I

    think photography is one of the most specific, almost like contrived because we

    can really get the shot and the composi:on of the shot with photograph, even

    with people that are uncomfortable with video. I feel like it was really good for

    you. This is what, like three pictures out of the ten million that we took.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Oh, my gosh. She had thousands, thousands. Oh, my gosh.

    Dr. Szemkus: I also want to go to this lady, Dr. Nicole.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Oh yes, Nicole

    Dr. Szemkus: She is also part of Chiro Secure's hostess. She went through a branding session

    and I feel like these are really a good example of how you can bring in props for

    your brands with photography just by having her sit down on this bench and

    having the MD and DC.

    Dr. McLaughlin: That's so cool.

    Dr. Szemkus: That's what she does. She brings MDs and DCs together and they work together.

    The image on the right shows confidence, and shows kind of her boldness, and I

    felt like that really brought her out.

    Dr. McLaughlin: They're beau:ful.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yeah, I think that this is a true example of credibility, right? When you can put

    your professionalism into your images, also with the way that you present

    yourself online, it all comes together as polished personal brand.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I love it. I love these pictures.

    Dr. Szemkus: These two, Dr. Michelle Mesa and Dr. Annie from out of LA, they were at an

    event, and I feel like this says, polished and prepared, and confident. I feel like

    when you can get in front of the camera and really portray your confidence,

    pa:ents and other clientele will look at you and be confident with you because I

    feel like they mirror what you put out there. Photography can really show that.

    Dr. McLaughlin: It makes you think, oh, I would love to meet these ladies, you know?

    Dr. Szemkus: Absolutely. Absolutely. Kimberly Goreham does a lot for the chiroprac:c

    profession. She does a lot now with working with disasters and bringing

    chiroprac:c to the front of a lot of first responders in areas where natural

    disasters hit. She does such a good job with screening. She started off with

    having a rock star screening. She has an online product out there. This just

    shows professionalism. Also, she shows a lot of personality.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah, a lot of fun. I love those.

    Dr. Szemkus: I know, look at that. Look at these, the way she is has a very, two different sets of

    photography here. It just shows her boldness. I love that.

    Dr. McLaughlin: That's really cool.

    Dr. Szemkus: She has such a big personality that I thought that these were great examples of

    that. This is perfect for chiroprac:c because we bring in the props again.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Yeah, I love that.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yeah, she wanted to show her screening systems and how you bring in

    clipboards, so we just got oversized clipboards just to really exaggerate the

    point, also the skeletons, of course.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I love that. It's just so fun. I mean, it's so pleasing to look at, as opposed to some

    stock photo because it's a real life, it's a real person, and it's her brand.

    Dr. Szemkus: Yes, it's perfect, it shows her personality. Absolutely.

    Dr. McLaughlin: That is really cool. That is really cool.

    Dr. Szemkus: Do you see where a lot of people would just look at these out of context, and

    think that it's superficial, or think that, why do I really need this? When you put

    it all together, because we work so hard on the backends of our company and

    our brand, that when you put all of these together in a very professional format,

    like these are done through a lot of her online courses, and so when you have

    these together, this matches what she's talking about. This matches her

    message. This matches her videos. It all comes together for a very polished


    Dr. McLaughlin: I love it. I love these. I could look at these pictures all day. They are just

    incredible. What you do, and being able to capture people's brands, and capture

    them, and who they are, and show that message is incredible. I think it's an

    important skill that we all need to be aware of because I certainly wasn't aware

    of it before. I have to thank you so much for doing that for and sharing that with

    all these other docs that are listening today. I think the message that you have

    goWen out is helping move chiroprac:c forward, and it's helping moving our

    brands forward, and it is. We're going to :p this profession, I have no doubt. I

    have been prac:cing 30 years and I know things like this are going help it :p, so I

    appreciate you so much.

    Dr. Szemkus: It's exposure. Yes, the exposure alone, for chiroprac:c online, is such a benefit,

    right, but, if you can get your brand and your face out there.

    Dr. Szemkus: Dr. Lindsay MaWhews has one of the biggest brands in chiroprac:c. She has

    BIRTHFIT. This is a great way to show both of your logo for the front-end, the

    company, the brand, and her personal brand, bringing it all together. GeTng this

    out there to the public facing is so important that I feel, if you can do that inside

    your clinic, geTng it into the community, and branding the community as well,

    as you see right here. We're in [inaudible 00:18:42] the pier. That's her

    community. That's where she prac:ces. That's where BIRTHFIT started and now

    they have over 100 different BIRTHFIT regional managers. I just want to

    champion some of these brands in chiroprac:c and these women that are the

    pioneers for chiroprac:c to get out there. They have, by far, been the group in

    chiroprac:c to really get out there and move the needle.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I love it. Well, thank you so much for sharing your beau:ful pictures.

    Dr. Szemkus: You're welcome, Julie.

    Dr. McLaughlin: I really appreciate it. I want to thank Chiro Secure for having us today, so

    everybody give Chiro Secure some love.

    Dr. Szemkus: Thank you so much.

    Dr. McLaughlin: Next Thursday at 1:00 eastern :me, Dr. Natalie Beauchamp will be hos:ng a

    show. Thank you for joining us and well see you soon.

    Dr. Szemkus: Thanks Julie. Bye.

    Speaker 1: Join us each week as we bring you the best in business growth, prac:ce

    management, social media marke:ng, networking, leadership, and lots more. If

    it's about women in prac:ce and business, you'll hear it here.

    Speaker 1: We hope you enjoyed this week's Facebook live event. Please like us on

    Facebook, comment, and share. We look forward to seeing all of you next week

    for another episode of Empowering Women in Chiroprac:c. Now, go ahead and

    hit the share buWon and tell your friends and colleagues about the show. Thank

    you for watching. Have a beau:ful day. This has been a Chiro Secure produc:on.

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  • 5 Jun 2018 6:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    June 5th marks as the National Women Chiropractors Appreciation Day.  To celebrate this day, a few of the WDC board members are announcing and delivering something extra special with the Linda Atkinson award recipient. 

    Follow WDC on Instagram and Facebook to join us in celebrations and surprises today.

    View the full Press Release for the annual appreciation day of Women Chiropractors here

    Support the Women Chiropractors non for profit organization by clicking Join Here above.

  • 12 May 2017 3:28 PM | Anonymous

    I LOVE about YOU?

    I love Fridays because I am OBSESSED with serving at 100% throughout the week, which then allows me to enjoy my weekends without guilt, worry, and doubt. How about you?

    If you have been reading my emails for very long that the 4 requirements of a successful system will be a review for you. That's totally ok because the first law of learning is repetition. 

    The 4 requirements of a successful system:
    1. It must be measurable
    2. It must be innovative.
    3. It must reproducible.
    4. We must eliminate discretion.

    So, I gotta ask you, do you have a system for your Consultation or is it a random exercise of discovery and educating? Most chiropractic consultations focus on educating the NPM about chiropractic, which is a terrible way to start off a relationship that YOU didn't initiate. Your NPM initiated the relationship because they have a pressing problem.

    Before you get your boxers or panties in a bunch, stick with me for a minute.

    Listen, if your intention is to serve your NPM for a lifetime, how you start the relationship has a huge impact on how the relationship will grow and progress.\

    NPMs schedule appointments in our office because they have a problem that they cannot solve on their own. It is HIGHLY unlikely that they scheduled their first visit because they wanted a 20 minute dissertation on chiropractic, health, and wellness. I am NOT saying those aren't important; rather, I am suggesting that timing is critical here. 

    Think of it like dating...can you imagine on your FIRST date with your dream guy/gal that they spent 20 minutes "educating"you about THEIR goals for YOU? 

    Yah, that's right THEIR goals for YOU.

    Seems absurd, right?

    I agree, which is why I really don't understand why during the Consultation chiropractors tell their NPMs any one or more of these things:
    1. MY goal for you is....
    2. It's not about pain, it's about function....
    3. I just need you to understand why you're here....
    4. The reason we're here is...

    Backwards, right?

    So, chiropractor, let's upgrade our service to our NPMs and pledge that we'll always make it about those that we serve, not about us. That is not to say that you carry your PMs or NPMs. We always CARE, don't CARRY and never chase! It does, however, mean that the Consultation is all about us discovering more about them.

    To make it easier for you, I have copied below the basic outline of my Consultation. Print it and tape or glue it to a 3X5 card that you'll take with you into every Consultation until you master it. And yes, mastering this new skill will require practice, drilling, and rehearsal.

    Here is my basic Consultation outline:

  • 12 May 2017 3:17 PM | Anonymous

    May 2017

    Every successful practice needs to be built on solid pillars as a foundation for growth and longevity. Depending on the type of practice you have, your pillars may differ from what I have listed here. For my practice, my pillars were chiropractic, nutrition, fitness, and education. Let me delve a little into each pillar with you.

    Chiropractic: I believe in the power of my hands to send healing energy into each life I touch. I adjust from head to toe, using a variety of techniques from Diversified, AK, TBM, NET, Flexion/Distraction, Motion Palpation, SOT, Activator, Torque, Charrette and Mally extremity adjusting, and many other techniques. I believe in having a variety of techniques that I have mastered, so that no matter what type of patient walks into my office, I can change my adjusting technique to fit their needs at that time.

    Nutrition: I have always used nutrition in my practice. I started by using muscle testing from Goodheart and Versandaal for a number of years. I then moved to more evidence based from Lang and Dobbins. I have since moved to more evidence based with Bland and personalized medicine movement. I still use all of these techniques, knowing that our body needs the right food, the right message, to be able to function at its optimal level.

    Fitness: We were made to move! In practice, I held regular morning workouts at my office from 7:00 – 7:45 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On Tuesdays and Thursday, I was part of a 6 a.m. morning running group with some patients. This accountability was great for both me and the patients! I also held Monday night weight loss class series that incorporated exercise for attendees. These classes were lots of fun and open to anyone of any ability. We sometimes held challenges with prizes at the end. The key is to be consistent and always be present!

    Education: Education empowers your patients and engages them in their health. We held sometimes weekly, always once a month health classes for our patients. Topics varied from raw food meals to avoiding toxins to general health classes. These classes were always well attended and gave my patients the ability to make healthier lifestyle choices.

    Having solid pillars that you build your practice on is essential for success. Know your values, your pillars, stay consistent, and always positive. Your practice will thrive!

  • 12 May 2017 3:16 PM | Anonymous

    Be the Hands   May 2017

    Distractions are all around us when we are running a practice. From the ringing phones, staff questions, patient concerns, children, worries about life issues – all of these can distract you from the one true reason you are a chiropractor: to heal the patient with your hands. The most effective healers use healing intention.

    Healing intention has tremendous power. What is healing intention? It means having your mind where your hands are. It means when you have your healing hands touching a patient, that your mind is focus only on sending positive healing energy to your patient. It means being totally and completely immersed in the one person whom you have on your adjusting table.

    It is not the type of adjustment you give. It is not the type of instrument that you use. Healing intention is about giving your patient all of your attention from the time they walk into your adjustment room to when they leave.  This is what delivers the most powerful and effective adjustment that heals the patient. And, it gives you the most reward when you leave the office at night, knowing you gave your all to each person who walked through your doors.

    Be the hands. Be the healer. Be where your hands are.

  • 8 May 2017 6:31 AM | Anonymous

    There are a few ways to value a practice, but know that it is very complicated. This is just some thoughts for you to consider as you begin to value your practice. It is recommend having a professional help you to find the sellable value of your chiropractic practice. If there is a structural building involved, an appraiser would need to be contacted for an accurate value.

    Business value is influenced by a number of factors including the last three years profit, revenue, goodwill, debts, branding, equipment (type and quality), and patient lists (current and past). Your accountant should be able to help you with determining the value of hard assets.

    The value of patient files and lists will vary. Some things to consider that influence the value include the following:

    • ·      Age: When was the last time the patient was in your office?
    • ·      Frequency: How often did this patent come into your office?
    • ·      Care: Was this patient seen for acute or chronic care? Was this a “wellness patient”?
    • ·      Competition: How many chiropractors are around you? What type of practice do they have compared to your practice? What other types of practitioners are around you?
    • ·      Marketing: How have you marketed your office? Can this be replicated by the buyer?
    • ·      Staff: Will the staff be staying or will a new team come onboard with the new doctor?
    • ·      Parking: Is there sufficient parking for clients? Is your office handicap accessible?
    • ·      Practitioner similarity: How closely does the buyer and seller practice chiropractic (adjustment style, personality, leadership, beliefs, and the like)?
    • ·      Transition: Will the seller help with transition? If so, for what time frame? For what cost?
    • ·      Honesty: Is the seller being honest and transparent with the buyer? Is the seller showing his/her last three years of tax returns for clarity on income?

    There is a lot to consider in the process of buying or selling a chiropractic practice. Hopefully, this gives you some things to consider as you look into the value of a chiropractic practice.

  • 17 Apr 2017 7:41 PM | Anonymous

  • 17 Apr 2017 7:21 PM | Anonymous

    No matter how you feel,
    Get up,
    Dress up,
    Show up, &
    Never give up

    What makes some people continue on their mission/goals no matter what the obstacle may be? Some people can find the strength to adapt, overcome & persevere.  Where does this drive, determination & resilience come from?
    It can be called “GRIT” which is can be defined as an empowering blend of passion, persistence & optimism.  In high achievers there is a “growth mindset”. These people embrace challenges rather than fearing failure.

    reposted from: April 12, 2017 by Ken Mehlman (Board member & alumnus of Franklin & Marshall College) & Dan Portfield (Pres of Franklin & Marshall College)

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