The FOUR BUSINESS MODELS of Chiropractic Practice

The FOUR BUSINESS MODELS of Chiropractic Practice

Which Type is Yours?

Disclaimer :  I am not here to say one is better than the other. 

My goal in one of these videos is to show you how to understand your desired model so you can MASTER Your Chiropractic BUSINESS.

The result??  When you can focus your GAME PLAN – you get to your desired “End Game” much easier and MUCH FASTER…whether that is a retirement nest egg…more vacation time…or to pass your practice down to your kids…whatever it may be!…

Choose Your Desired Business Model below (click to play):

TYPE NUMBER ONE: The Chiropractic Owner-Executive 

>>>  For more details on the capacity limits of each practice type, as well as the typical income from each type – check out the article: How Much Income Should a Chiropractor Earn

TYPE NUMBER TWO: The Chiropractic Owner-Manager 

By understanding the ROLES you want to be doing on a day-to-day basis, you will be able to then identify your model’s “ceiling” for capacity and production (as there is a lot requiring YOU!).  As the entrepreneur (yes – YOU) you as the executive have the ability to bring on staff to free yourself  up in some of these roles.  That truly allows you to put your attention on Expansion to that capacity.

The decision is yours to make – how big do you want to go?….how much time do you want to spend inside the practice?

TYPE NUMBER THREE: The Low-Overhead/Low-Staffing Model

 

We hope you found these videos useful.  Knowing these different types would have been PRICELESS coming out of chiropractic college as we could have simply forwarded through the typical barriers to practice growth by knowing what the business model DESIGN could be!

The Chiropractic Business Academy (CBA) trains chiropractors to build profitable staff driven offices.  CBA does this by training the owner and staff, and providing ALL the administrative, marketing and sales tools needed to build profitable practices.

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