chiropractic practice financing interest rate

How the Federal Reserve Rate Cut Can Help You Buy, Grow or Sell Your Business Smarter (& Its Impact on Chiropractic Practice Financing Interest Rates)

If you are looking to buy or sell a chiropractic practice in the near future — or if you are looking to grow your practice now —  the recent Federal Reserve rate cut should definitely interest you because it likely will impact the chiropractic practice financing interest rates for the business you are interested in buying or selling. Grammatically, I …

Would You Leave Chiropractic If You Were Financially Independent?

Would you leave chiropractic if you were financially independent? It’s a tough question that I can’t answer for you but I can tell you that your answer is critical to your success and future in chiropractic. Here’s the reason I ask: Recently, I had a conversation with a chiropractor who told me that he now owns two practices and is …

Conquering Colossus (& Other PI Claims Processing Software) in Your Chiropractic Practice

Anyone who has cared for personal injury patients is likely familiar with the claims processing software known as Colossus (or you should be). Depending on your data sources (because auto insurance payers aren’t likely to reveal them), the list of carriers who use Colossus to determine your patient’s claim value and how much treatment to permit is pretty beefy. Most …

Are Your Chiropractic Revenues Tied to Emotions or Logic?

When faced with decisions on major life purchases – house, car, building purchase, even expensive remodels or repairs – most of us responsible adult chiropractors tend to do some comparison shopping. We may go out and get three or four quotes, make a list of the pros and cons and then pick the best choice, right? Wrong.  While most consumers …

Harnessing the Power of “Mom” to Boost Your Chiropractic Business

It’s interesting to observe that many chiropractors will look high and low to find ways to boost their chiropractic business while neglecting one of the most powerful practice building weapons and patient care advocates right under their nose. For many patients in your practice, she is called “mom.” It’s widely known that women are the family health care decision-makers and studies …