Webinar #1 Video: Building a Spinal Decompression Practice “from Scratch”.
This is a video replay of Dr. Maggs Webinar that took place on July 22, 2021.
The American public has epidemic-like suffering from “Compression” injuries and wear and tear of their spines. Disc injuries, degeneration, stenosis, dessication, etc. is the underlying pain generator so many people suffer from. Most aging chiropractic patients are suffering from compression breakdown. Spinal decompression allows you to provide higher level of care to these patients. This means greater healing and greater symptomatic relief. Currently, 60% of my practice also receives spinal decompression with each visit. This is an out-of-pocket service that will increase and improve clinical outcomes, referrals, practice momentum and practice income.
This webinar assumes you know absolutely nothing about starting a decompression practice and will begin from the moment you meet the patient until you get the patient agreeing to decompression and then to the first re-exam (after 12 sessions).
We’ll go into detail what your conversation at the 13th visit will be, and how to make patients understand the importance of continuing with decompression.
Money, cost and payments is a major issue when recommending decompression. We’ll provide all of the scripting needed to create a highly successful spinal decompression practice.
Webinar #2 Video - The Consult, Exam (Structural Fingerprint® Exam) and Report of Findings to Build a Highly Successful Practice
This is a video replay of Dr. Maggs' webinar which was recorded on August 5, 2021
Many of the patients who come into my office are current chiropractic patients. Many have been to physical therapists, orthopedists, massage therapists and more. They all have one thing in common—they have no idea what the cause of the problem is. The proper tests have never been done.
With our exam, x-rays and digital laser foot scan, and MRI if needed, you will know in detail what the patient’s injury is. And then, you can make the perfect recommendations for correction.
With all of the biomechanical imbalances that are found on this exam, custom orthotics are clearly needed and the patient understands why.
With the biomechanical faults found on this exam, MRI is often needed to conclude how the discs and soft tissue are contributing to the patient’s overall health. And, in virtually all cases, MRI’s lead to the recommendation for spinal decompression.
Our Structural Fingerprint® Exam is the only biomechanical exam available in the country today.
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- I will review the presenting symptoms, the diagnostic work-up, the appropriate recommendations and the overall management of the patient and their family.