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About This Show
The Chiropractic Business Marketing Podcast with Dr. Richard Day brings you interviews and insights from top performing chiropractors, business people and marketing professionals. ChiroBusinessMojo is the ultimate online chiropractic business resource with tips, guides, case studies and tutorials on everything you need to know to be a successful chiropractor and entrepreneur. Whether you’re a new or experienced chiropractor, you’ll find no empty fluff here, just actionable, inspirational and helpful information you can use to grow your practice TODAY.
Most Recent Episode
CBM 066 : How to Double Your Patients and Double Your Practice! - Guest: Dr. Jay Morgan
5 days ago
Dr. Jay Morgan is a Board of Trustee member for Parker University, Dallas Texas. He is also an internationally Known And Respected Chiropractic Consultant. He actively provides Chiropractic Practice Management To Over 500 Offices World Wide. With $100,000 in Yearly Collected Increases, he has Consulted with over 8,000 offices worldwide. Dr. Morgan is founder and developer of Chiropractic Associates one of the nation’s largest Chiropractic Clinics, seeing over 800 patients per week, with $1,000,000 plus yearly collections! He is also a former Vice President of Gibson Management, one of the most respected chiropractic consulting firms in the profession post graduate instructor for chiropractic colleges, associations, re-licensure. With over 30 years experience. He has also coached European Chiropractors. Dr. Morgan specializes in one on one coaching, instruction, support, motivation and management. Show Notes His mentor: Dr. Charles (Chuck) Gibson Students think diplomas will make them successful, but they are unrealistic and underfunded. Seasoned docs seem to isolate themselves because they are burnt out. About cash practice – “Your practice is a pie” – 60-70% should be cash, one slice should be insurance, one slice P.I. “Copy what works rather than create what doesn’t.”