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12 Steps to Emerge Stronger than Ever Phase 1 -Survive – Decrease overhead & sustain revenue

12 Steps to Emerge Stronger than Ever Phase 1 -Survive – Decrease overhead & sustain revenue

Business success consists of providing an excellent product that many people want to buy at a fair price, then keeping slightly more profit than it costs to deliver. However, implementing this simple concept is sometimes more difficult than expected …say maybe in the face of a global pandemic.

Although the current challenge is unprecedented, the fundamental long-term strategies of execution will prove to be unwavering:
● Attract abundant business by selling a highly desirable product
● Develop a financial plan to keep revenue above the overhead

ChiroUp’s business success team has outlined a 4-phase plan of crisis recovery, including 12 essential steps that you can take to ensure that your practice emerges from the current challenge more robust than ever. This blog and video details Phase 1: Survive – Decrease overhead & sustain revenue

CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

The world is dealing with an unprecedented challenge that has impacted countless businesses, including chiropractors. Many hands-on providers are seeing patient visits disappear …along with the resultant revenue. Fortunately, companies affected by the pandemic may have a new financial lifeline.

This blog will explain the United States CARES Act – Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and what you need to do right now to benefit from this tremendous opportunity. We’ll talk one-on-one with accounting industry consultant, Jeff Pawlow, for expert answers to your essential questions.

CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

CARES Act FAQ: Paycheck Protection Program

The world is dealing with an unprecedented challenge that has impacted countless businesses, including chiropractors. Many hands-on providers are seeing patient visits disappear …along with the resultant revenue. Fortunately, companies affected by the pandemic may...
Lowering Your Overhead: What To Do & What Not To Do

Lowering Your Overhead: What To Do & What Not To Do

New challenges require business owners to review the past, then plan for the future. Clinics are looking at their balance sheet and asking how they can improve their financial stability. Every business leader understands this entails spending less and/or generating more revenue. Watch Tim and Brandon review the keys to understanding what people, products, and services are vital to your business. And, provide suggestions to eliminate or reduce non-essential costs.

Advice from Champions: 3 Essentials for Working with Pro Athletes

Advice from Champions: 3 Essentials for Working with Pro Athletes

There is undeniable irony discussing professional sports in a week where most athletes have been sidelined. However, the fact remains that professional and Olympic athletes appreciate the value of peak performance more than almost any other patient population. At the highest competitive level, tiny performance disparities can make the difference between being a champion and being unemployed.

Not surprisingly, these athletes rely upon a large cadre of strength coaches, trainers, therapists, nutritionists, psychologists, and other providers. In recent years those support networks have consistently included chiropractic care. Various studies show that approximately 9-14% of Americans utilize chiropractic care each year. (1) In contrast, more than 95% of NFL and MLB pro athletes have a chiropractor on their team. (2,3)  Likewise, a large number of Olympic athletes rely on chiropractors to stay healthy. In fact, the Team USA chief medical officer for the past four Olympics was a chiropractor. (4)

This blog will discuss how chiropractors can successfully integrate into sports and why these relationships benefit our profession, highlighted by a one-on-one interview with Dr. Hirad Najaf Bagy, team chiropractor for the Washington Redskins, Washington Nationals, and DC United Soccer.

5 Tools for Treating Patients with Plantar Fasciitis

5 Tools for Treating Patients with Plantar Fasciitis

“The projected yearly costs of plantar fascia treatment could range from 192 to 376 million dollars in the United States, which are huge economic burdens for both the society and individuals.” (1) And almost half of plantar fasciitis sufferers will continue to report symptoms ten years after onset. (2)

Fortunately, well-equipped evidence-based chiropractors can have a significant impact on both of these statistics. This blog will cover five home-based tools that will compliment your in-office care and improve outcomes; including a new therapeutic taping technique that has shown promise.

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

This week’s blog covers 15 practical research studies from the past few weeks. We reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that have the ability to enrich our practice, then summarized each with one or two sentences. We hope that you’ll enjoy this month’s “quick hits.”

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

February Chiropractic Research Roundup

This week’s blog covers 15 practical research studies from the past few weeks. We reviewed hundreds and highlighted only those papers that have the ability to enrich our practice, then summarized each with one or two sentences. We hope that you’ll enjoy this month’s...
Cervicogenic Headache: 3 Tips for Treatment, Assessment, & Management

Cervicogenic Headache: 3 Tips for Treatment, Assessment, & Management

Headaches affect almost half of the population. Up to one-fourth of all headaches are referred from the cervical spine and are classified as “cervicogenic” (1,2). Cervicogenic headache can be as debilitating as migraine headaches, and a loss of cervical spine function compounds the problem.

Chiropractors generally enjoy treating cervicogenic headache patients. Our primary tool of cervical SMT is a highly effective treatment, as demonstrated by multiple studies. (3-16) However, the successful long-term resolution of CGH patients often requires a multifaceted approach, including more than isolated SMT.

This week’s blog provides three invaluable tools and a video tutorial to help you assess and manage this problem more quickly and thoroughly.

Clinical Findings: The Top 6 Threatening Spinal Diagnoses

Clinical Findings: The Top 6 Threatening Spinal Diagnoses

Repeatedly hearing familiar presentations for common diagnoses can lull clinicians into a false sense of security. Even astute clinicians develop a bias toward statically probable benign neuromusculoskeletal diagnoses. Unfortunately, this complacency can lead to disastrous outcomes when a more threatening problem masquerades as something less serious.

A recent American Journal of Medicine systematic review of 22 studies involving 41,320 patients concluded that up to 5% of LBP patients presenting to an emergency department have a serious underlying pathology (fracture, infection, cancer, cauda equina, etc.) (1) Prior studies have suggested that the same threatening diagnosis present to primary care offices at a rate of approximately 1%. (2)

Spinal compressive disorders rank high on the list of back pain emergencies due to the threat of cord ischemia and nerve cell death. This blog will cover the six most common spinal-compressive diagnoses and the clinical findings that can alert us to these ominous problems- including a video tutorial with at tip so that you’ll never forget what UMNL pathology looks like.