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Is This For...?

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Hey Doc!

I hope you are starting off the new year well!

This week, I have a solocast titled, "Is this for...?" So, we did a webinar this week on how to add 20 NP a month to your practice. In fact, I never record these because I want to reward people for being on, but we used a new program, and it recorded by accident. I'm gonna leave the recording up a few more days, then delete. Fast forward a few minutes as we were tuning up!

During the webinar, I had a question and answer session and I got asked the same question, multiple times from multiple docs. The question was, "Does this work for decompression? Neuropathy? Weight loss?"...plug in the condition here! It was all the same question. The answer, of course, is "YES," but we need to look at the question. Why do you want decompression patients?  What age? Sex? Insurance? Maybe we are asking the wrong question.  Get my thoughts here.

In my last interview episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing David Marcarian. David is the inventor and founder of Myovision. I have personally used Myovision in my practice for over a decade.  We have two machines now. I think it's the best tool for new patients and retention. He is also a huge supporter of chiropractic. David speaks all over the world, works with top scientists, and also goes to court for chiropractors where Myovision's technology can help win a case. It's a great interview here

Quick reminder:  the Free Webinar on How to Add 20 NP a month to your practice without spinal screenings or Facebook lead ads is available for replay for a very limited time. I will probably take it down on Sunday or Monday, so check it out before I take it down.



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