How Our Practice Works Insert
Improved Retention Starts Here
New patients assume you'll be doing all the heavy lifting to relieve their symptoms.
Not so fast!
Chiropractic care is a partnership. You have a job. And they have a job.
Review these 12 points with each patient during your initial consultation.
Begin by explaining how chiropractic care is different from medical treatment. Explain the nervous system focus of chiropractic care. Preframe their total experience.
All this before formally accepting them as a new patient.
Reviewing How Our Practice Works engages patients and brings consistency to your new patient on boarding process.
Set Appropriate Expectations – Alert patients that you won't be treating their symptoms. They control the speed of their recovery—not you.
Anticipate Common Questions – Neutralize patient concerns and deepen their commitment.
See Improved Patient Follow Through – Create a true partnership that produces better outcomes.
Notice a huge weight lifted from your shoulders.
It only takes 4-5 minutes to review—and turn patients into practice members.
Coordinating wall poster reminds patients on future visits.