On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 13 (Conclusion)

On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 13 (Conclusion)

By Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN   I hope that I’ve given you some concepts to think with in this series that will enable you to take a look at what you’re doing in your practice to see possibly where you’re falling short and where you can improve. Every one of us here...
On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 12

On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 12

By Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN   What’s the most critical ingredient of a successful nutritional cash practice? I’m giving you the basic office management principles, by the way. Those are it in a nutshell. We can expand on those and we do in a three-day workshop, with...
On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 11

On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 11

By Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN   The second purpose of the Report of Findings visit is to clearly ensure that the patient knows what their role is going to be in obtaining maximum possible health restoration. That’s where I spend my effort in my Report of Findings...
On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 10

On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 10

By Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN   Axiom Five: Not knowing or applying these policies (which are based on decades of clinical experience) results in less optimum gains in terms of patient benefits and the overall success of your practice. This is pretty clear. Let’s go...
On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 9

On Nutritional Patient Management, Part 9

By Freddie Ulan, DC, CCN   Continuing this talk on the axioms of running a successful nutrition practice, we have axiom number three: How often do you need to see a patient? A patient needs to be seen as often as it takes until he or she is in full compliance...

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