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Chiropractic Report of Findings Articles


Here are some report articles that give you an insider's look at your report of findings. Is your report a monologue or a dialogue? Is your report relevant to patients? Are you merely teaching (rhymes with preaching) or actually educating? Is it the right time and place to be educating? Are you using report language that's compelling and impactful?


Here are some patient's point of view articles:


A Report on the Report of Findings

Article abstract: Here are ten simple techniques that today's best communicators are using to maximize the full impact of their chiropractic report of findings.

10 Most Common Report Mistakes

Article abstract: Many subsequent patient relationship problems can be traced to what happens (or doesn’t happen) at the report. Here are some of the most common oversights.

Power Words

Article abstract: Certain words seem to crop up again and again in the reports of findings of effective chiropractors. Here are some of them that you might want to use.

The Man in the Moon

Article abstract: If it wasn't for the nearness of the moon, we probably wouldn't have a space program. Do you give patients a reachable goal at your report of findings? Goals that are too easy or too ambitious don't fully harness our energy or creativity.

Assuming the Risk

Article abstract: Forcing patients to assume all the risk for whether chiropractic care will work places an unseen barrier in front of every chiropractic office. Assume some of the risk at your report of findings.

I Made a Mistake

Article abstract: During the 1990s I was convinced that the best way to explain chiropractic was basing patient explanations on the five components of the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. I was wrong.

Two Types of Care

Article abstract: When the dust settles, patients understand two types of care: symptom care and nonsymptom care. Do you pressure or shame patients into fix care? It’s a common report mistake.

Going Spineless

Article abstract: Imagine practicing chiropractic without a single picture, illustration, anatomical model or X-ray depicting a human spine in plain sight. Crazy? Crazy like a fox!

Reporting as Storytellling

Article abstract: We are wired for stories. Our eyes glaze when presented with facts and figures. We like stories because they speak to our hearts and help us make meaning of our feelings and circumstances. Do you tell stories are your report of findings?

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