Monday Morning Motivation | Allopathic Chiropractic
What if you were to never have another new patient for the rest of your career? What would you do?
If this idea creates some unease because you've been in practice for 10 years or less, I understand. But what if you're an experienced pro with several decades under your belt?
Chances are, if you've retained even a small percentage of your patients over the years who have embraced some type of ongoing maintenance/preventive/wellness care, no problem. However, if you've been delivering some type of natural pain relief without drugs or surgery, this might represent a greater challenge.
Practicing allopathic chiropractic (pain relief) without the cultural authority afforded medical doctors, means you have a voracious appetite for new patients. The fact is, if you've been at this for a decade or longer, you've probably seen enough new patients. Why haven't they stayed? How many more new patients will you need?