Building Your Practice on a Strong Foundation

Payne, Mark R.
October 2008
American Chiropractor;Oct2008, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p50
The article explains the significance of building chiropractic practice on a strong foundation. According to the author, practices which are built on little more than hype and patient motivation star to implode after few years when the community realizes the doctor just keep patients coming back for the money. In addition, posture rehabilitation can be a significant toll in building one's practice.


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