Most of us who give (or receive) service forget that producing extraordinary-incredible-beyond-the-call-of-duty service is entirely discretionary. It's a choice.
Some service providers think, "I'm not going to knock myself out unless I get some acknowledgment or appreciation." In other words, providing service based on the attitude, enlightenment or social skills of the recipient. This shortsighted strategy surrenders our power to those we serve, allowing them to control how much we choose to invest.
The higher road acknowledges that serving others is the highest calling of all. That providing extraordinary service and exceeding expectations is the "art" that you do to affirm yourself, making our service a spiritual experience rather than just a mechanical one. Some will notice. Many will not.
But you will.
How you spend your discretionary energy is as important as how you spend your discretionary income. Use yours to act in ways that are high and noble.
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"Your Spine Looks Like This One."
Do you use X-rays to visualize the structural aspects of the patient's spine? Use our Spinal Decay chart to explain the effects of neglect and prove that they've had their problem far longer than "...yesterday when I was putting on my shoes."
Upgrade from the Subluxation Degeneration charts from the last century in favor of the "spinal decay" concept that patients instantly understand.
The contemporary, three-phase model coordinates with our popular anatomical model and is available in both left- and right-facing versions to match your radiographic technique.
Increase the impact of your ROF even more by using the coordinating two-part carbonless Spinal Decay Insert, so you can send "copies" of their X-rays home with them.
This is one of those essential wall charts that belong beside your view box, framed, behind glass so you can write on it with a dry erasable marker!