EVERY Chiropractor who has been practicing for more than 6 months in the same area should be seeing at least 50 visits per week either with or without ChiroTrust.
Knowing what I know about how most Chiropractors think and practice, it’s not a surprise that this is not the case.
If you are not seeing at least 50 patient visits per week, FOR SURE it is NOT because…
- You aren’t on any insurance plans.
- A bad local economy
- Your C.A. quit and/or someone “did you wrong”.
- You get patients better “too fast”.
- You haven’t marketed your practice.
- You just need a better way to “educate” your patients.
It’s not even because you only want to see 50 visits per week.
If you are seeing less than 50 visits per week, then odds are, it’s because of one, most, or even all of the following:
- Patients are not getting WHAT they want (short-term care).
- Patients are not getting what they want HOW they want it (The experience, the methods, the therapies, the people, etc..)
- You’ve communicated WHY you do what they do and that “why” isn’t the same reason “why” they came to you…or more than just THEIR “why”.
- Fees too high
- Lack of Doctor-Patient rapport
- Lack of Doctor-Patient mutual respect
- Lack of professionalism
- Wrong business/worldview perspective, and/or attitude.
- Laziness/Lack of Drive
If you do the right things for the right reasons, “success” and practice growth is easy.
If you do not, it’s nearly impossible.
Growth—both personally and professionally—is a process.
It’s a process of highs, lows, zigging and zagging, creating and testing new habits, improved communication, time management, patience, and the right attitude.
Do I think that some people just are wired in such a way that success comes easier and faster for them? Yes. For sure.
But I KNOW that success is possible for all.
I am proof of that.
Because NOTHING comes easy for me.
It never has.
I’m positive that my success is a byproduct of…
- Hard work
- High tolerance for discomfort
- No expectations
- And a lot of “Time to Think”
So be positive, patient, and present.
…and enjoy the process.
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