Angelo Santin

Angelo Santin

Angelo Santin, DC, operates a busy family practice in Thunder Bay, Ont., and is president of the Thunder Bay Chiropractic Society. Dr. Santin is also a Carter Universal proficiency-rated chiropractic coach.

Thursday, 23 November 2017
I write this final column with mixed emotions. I am a little sombre that it is time for me to move on; at the same time feel excited to leave you with my biggest pearls that you can use to create success in your practice.
Monday, 28 August 2017
Chiropractors either dread missed appointments or bury their heads in the sand and ignore them. I believe missed appointments provide us with a great deal of information.
Thursday, 29 June 2017
After losing my voice over one weekend, I went to practice Monday a little nervous that I wasn’t really going to be able to communicate with anyone. What I learned from the day was a big lesson, one that I think we all could benefit from experiencing. Lesson learned: I clearly talk too much during my day.
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
If you don’t think of your next day in the office as one filled with excitement and extreme importance, then you will likely continue to practice in a mediocre manner.
Monday, 06 February 2017
Have you ever been given advice that you either didn’t understand, or worse, chose to ignore? Have you ever taken longer than usual to grasp certain concepts more than others? Our lives and our practices can be full of these situations, and if we listen and take some good advice, it could lead to much more efficiency in delivering our care.
Monday, 05 December 2016
Fear can be one of the most paralyzing emotions we can feel as human beings. It can lead to health, spiritual, relationship, and even business problems.
Tuesday, 27 September 2016
Unfortunately, when it comes to new patients, our profession is in defense mode.   
Friday, 12 August 2016
Many chiropractors are passionate and inspired individuals who often can’t hold back sharing the chiropractic story. That passion and energy however can sometimes affect how the message comes across. Instead of engaging them, patients end up being talked at or lectured to, which renders the message ineffective.
Wednesday, 06 July 2016
How many of you are missing exactly how a patient is presenting on their regular visits. I don’t mean the symptoms they are presenting with. I’m referring to where they are at emotionally. Are you fully and totally in tune with the tone in which they are projecting?  
Thursday, 26 May 2016
My experience early in my career and what I have heard from some of the chiropractors I’ve mentored have led me to believe that the associateship model of practice is flawed.  
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