Chiropractic patient communication has been a serious problem over the years and it has caused a lot of issues in not only driving more people to chiropractic offices, but also getting the population as a whole to accept and understand our profession.
This past June I wrote an eye-opening article that revealed the truth about how chiropractors and team medical doctors get paid in professional football. My research verified that while many non-health-care professions who work with pro teams get paid – chiropractors are merely volunteers. For this follow-up piece, I look to answer the question: How are chiropractic practitioners treated in other sports, namely the Olympics and Major League Baseball.
For the most part, whenever chiropractic makes the news it is typically associated with something negative about the profession. The moments when what chiropractors do are displayed in a positive light are few and far between. Although that is the reality for many alternative services, it will get better if chiropractors learn how to take advantage of golden opportunities like this one.
For those of you who have created a LinkedIn profile just because it seemed like the right thing to do, consider this your secret strategy session to finding new opportunities, new clients, or just keeping on top of industry news.
According to a study commissioned by GoDaddy, 60 per cent of small businesses don't have a website. Factor in that, according to Google, 97 per cent of consumers search online for businesses and products before making a purchase, and it could be argued that having a professional website is essential for success. Regardless of your industry, your website needs to accomplish some key objectives.
Up until a few years ago, not only did people share almost every post and tweet they found the least bit interesting, they would routinely thank others for doing the same. This resulted in both companies and individuals having the ability to build large, engaged followings, which could potentially be leveraged to generate business.
TORONTO – A growing and aging population is adding pressure to Ontario's health-care system and spending isn't keeping up – a situation that could result in compromised quality of care if left unaddressed, the province's fiscal watchdog warned Wednesday.
Health spending in Canada is expected to reach $6,604 per capita this year – or about $200 more per person compared to last year – according to a report released Tuesday by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
As health-care professionals, you spend your time helping Canadians make healthy choices to prepare them physically for a productive life – but what about your financial health? Retirement planning is often delayed, or worse, it is left unmanaged where it falls subject to a wide range of risks and uncertainties.
When I was in chiropractic school a professor told me chiropractors in the NFL made a salary of $250,000 per year. I believe my professor was telling me what they thought to be the truth – although they have been misinformed.
A while back I had an informal conversation with a Canada Revenue Agency auditor. During that conversation the auditor told me that in the last 10 years the number of chiropractors in arrears on their taxes has risen dramatically.
Running a successful business – whether a chiropractic practice or a lemonade stand – is not easy. It requires unwavering level of commitment, because being successful today does not guarantee success tomorrow. Believe it or not, the success of your business depends on the most unreliable, unpredictable elements of existence – other people.
In light of the increasingly aging population in Canada and advances in digital technology innovation in health care, a new study commissioned by Telus Health reveals those who would benefit most from health-care innovation are the least likely to adopt it.
More than ever, the success of an organization depends on its ability to prepare for change and predict which trends will make a major impact. The chiropractic industry is no different.
MONTREAL – Equipping students with the knowledge and tools to be able to demonstrate the value of chiropractic in multidisciplinary health care teams will help in advancing the profession as primary spine care experts.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Some footwear stores videotape a jogger's gait on a treadmill to help determine the kind of running shoe that would be the best fit. The University of Michigan is taking that practice a few steps beyond.
Multinational companies such as IBM, Nike and Facebook use "big data" to forecast trends, create marketing campaigns and enhance customer experience. In recent years, big data has changed the way we do business. No longer confined to large companies, businesses of all sizes use analytics to review, plan and execute marketing programs.Big data has become a big driver in digital health innovation.
The increasing consumer demand for patient-driven health care is demonstrating the need for chiropractors to continue to engage their patients on their terms. The focus of Canada's growing aging population has shifted from traditional health care to staying healthy through preventive measures. This subtle shift combined with patient demand to manage their own health care will continue to influence the way chiropractors connect and engage their patients.
In the not-too-distant future, your health insurance, your prescription drugs and some of your treatment may come from the same company.
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada shows improving physical accessibility in workplaces and communities for people with disabilities would result in a dramatic increase in labour force participation and consumer spending.
In my 36-years in practice I have experienced and gained perspectives from all the different sides of running a practice.
For the people of the City of Nanaimo, the spirit of Christmas is a really big deal.
Rising chiropractic association fees, dramatic hikes in minimum wage, and the elevation in inflation are only some of the factors that negatively affect our small business practice.
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.
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Study links helmet use with reduced risk of cervical spine injuryDespite claims that helmets do not protect the cervical spine…
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Portable imaging system to help identify concussions using brain activityCALGARY – Researchers at the University of Calgary say they…
Chiropractic Care for Disc Patients (multiple dates)
April 8-10, 2018
Torque Release Technique Seminar
April 14, 2018
Torque Release Technique Seminar
May 5, 2018