Practice success, sustainability focus of upcoming business forum
Ontario's low back pain strategy and how this program can raise the profile of the chiropractic profession will be the topic of the keynote presentation at the upcoming Canadian Chiropractor Business Forum on June 13, 2015, at McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton, Ont.
This one-day event offers up to five hours of continuing education and valuable networking opportunities designed to help chiropractors and would-be chiropractors build a successful and sustainable practice.
The event features leading speakers and educators all sharing valuable insights about business practices and professional growth, including Dr. Jennifer Nash of the Ontario Chiropractic Association, Dr. Anthony Lombardi, Dr. Peter Kissel, Dr. Frazer Smith and online marketing expert Andrei Petrik.
For details about the speakers, agenda and how to register, visit the Canadian Chiropractor Business Forum website.
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