Item description for Up and Running - Opening A Chiropractic Office by Dr John L. Reizer...
"Up and Running" is a tremendous tool for the "soon to be" or new chiropractor. Easy to read, honest, and right to the point, this book will take you through the necessary steps of opening a successful chiropractic office. Everything from picking a practice location and negotiating an office lease, to the preparation of office forms and patient management are covered in this very informative book.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Apr 5, 2002
Publisher WINCAN PUBLISHING
ISBN 1930252706 ISBN13 9781930252707
Availability 98 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 02:29.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Up and Running - Opening A Chiropractic Office?
Feeling Ripped Off Apr 30, 2008
164 pages? The first 14 are about the author and the last 21 pages are index and blank pages for notes. Take away the 23 pages of unhelpful sample forms and you are left with 106 pages of very basic information. I am planning on opening a new practice and I do not have any better idea on how to do that after reading this book. Save your money.
Comprehensive Manual to Start Your Own Profitable Practice Aug 10, 2007
Running a chiropractic clinic requires both patient care and business skills. But chiropractic schools have mostly focused on teaching patient care, often neglecting the development of business skills. The graduating doctors then add the stress of unfamiliar practice life to the financial debt accumulated during their college years. Drs. Reizers fill that knowledge gap and extend exceptional-quality advice to doctors that are about to start their own practice.
Chiropractic office requires doctors to make strategic decisions about selecting specialization, clinic location, negotiating a lease, working with insurance companies, leasing or buying equipment, hiring other doctors, addressing specific kinds of patients, marketing, etc. Drs. Reizers' book teaches doctors how to make such decisions in an organized and systematic way, removing anxiety about the unknown and replacing it with solid knowledge earned during years of both running their own practices and teaching at a chiropractic college. Drs. Reizers did a remarkable job of exploring each topic with great detail and meaningful examples.
In summary, a doctor building a profitable chiropractic office must read Up and Running and return to it often for reference.
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Must read for any chiropractor or chiropractic student Apr 10, 2004
This book is great for helping the chiropractor learn what it takes to be successful in practice. I also think that being really grounded in chiropractic philosophy will help tremendously. I recommend the book "Chiropractic First" to help to really get what chiropratic is all about as far as philosophy, which should help in being successful in practice. Anyway, Up and Running is a great book because it will show you how to stay successful and how to think prosperity and not poverty and gives you tips on success in practice. For chiropractic students taking the boards, study the following books. National Board of Chiropractic Part IV Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers, National Board of Chiropractic Part III Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers with Explanations. These study guides helped me focus on what was important for the boards exams. It definitely is a must buy because it makes you get used to board type questions--less surprises on the test. Once again Up and Running excellent for showing the chiropractor wanting to open a practice on how to succeed and to never give up.
Simple Advice For New Doctors! Dec 15, 2003
This book would be extremely helpful to any chiropractor looking to start a new office. The information contained in the text is practical material that many new chiropractors might not be aware of. I enjoyed the book very much!
very general info Dec 4, 2003
The book had a few helpful ideas or approaches to opening a practice, but nothing that you have not already heard. Overall, good info, but very basic.