3 Tips for Growing Your Chiropractic Business

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When people are dealing with pain, most of them want to avoid surgeries or medications. One study found that over 1.5 billion people throughout the world are dealing with chronic pain conditions. With that in mind, these people often visit chiropractors for relief from this and other types of pain. Research shows that chiropractors take care of over 27 million Americans each year. This means that almost one million chiropractic adjustments take place during each business day in the United States. Considering that, many chiropractors are looking for ways to bring more customers into their office. Here are three ways to grow your chiropractic business.

  1. Provide Services Your Competitors Aren’t Offering

    Business owners need to know about their competitors. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to find out what services your chiropractic competitors provide to the public. In turn, you might be able to offer exclusive services your competitors can’t or won’t provid

How to Deal with Back Pain Without Surgery

Written by Your New Trainer on . Posted in Pain thresholds, Range of motion testing solutions

Human beings are members of the Great Apes family, but unlike other primates or indeed any other animal, human beings are adapted naturally for bipedal, upright movement. Millions of years ago, our ancestors traded their tree-bound, vegetarian lifestyle for a life of running and hunting wild game, and that resulted in some adaptations. The human skeleton reflects this, with its S-shaped spine, upright pelvic bone, long legs, and relatively short arms. This made a hunter lifestyle possible, and humanity enjoyed many evolutionary advantages. But this upright posture comes with some costs, too, and even today, many millions of people around the world suffer from back pain and spinal distress.

Fortunately, many medical options exist to deal with back and spinal issues, and these range from manual muscle testing devices and other physical therapy tools in a hospital to chiropractic