Happy 4th quarter! That's right! We are in the thick of it now! Perfect time to evaluate the year, and make some changes or enhancements to round up the final moments of your year, and start planning for a successful new one! You may be surprised, as I was, to read in Dr. Keith Giaquinto's article, on page 4, about how much a patient's skin problems may have to do with modification and strengthening the digestive function and liver!!
Do some of your patients have dry, flaky, scaly, or inflamed skin patches? Do you ever wonder what causes it? Or better yet, how to treat it? Not many patients consult a chiropractor for persistent rough or dry skin, skin blemishes such as acne, or red itchy patches known as dermatitis.
<p>Holly Jensen has served the chiropractic profession since 2002 in a variety of ways including being a chiropractic assistant and office manager to Dr. Miles Bodzin, as well as her current role working with Cash Practice Systems. For the past decade, she has served as the Director of Operations for Cash Practice Systems where she has trained thousands of DCs and CAs on how to run a cash-based practice.</p>
Learning to Grow: How Patient Education Will Help You Grow Your Practice
When we opened our first chiropractic practice years ago, we were thrilled to be able to offer chiropractic services to our community. We knew about the life-changing value of chiropractic care and assumed that the good people in our community also knew about and appreciated the value that chiropractic could bring to their lives.