Featured guest-speaker Jeff Cavalier on the hip flexors and diagnosis of muscular problems:
Happenings Feb 11:
Last week was the best I’ve had at this location, business-wise. I’m not sure I’ll beat that for a while, because I had one patient/client that showed up three days in a row, which was a bit of a fluke. Still hoping to break even for February, even though it’s a short month, and I always disappear the whole last week of the month to work my other farmhand job out in the boonies. I will keep you posted…
This is still strictly a part-time practice, but the patients that I do have are satisfied as heck, so I am very happy with our dedicated little following.
I did not know what to expect, having never run a practice before, but I think the reception has been very good, so far. I simply try to copy everything that The Joint chiropractic franchise is doing, which is implementing a cash practice model.
Back to our Fitness One location, it looks like they fixed the parking problem. You can now park in the next-door lot without fear of being towed. Somebody pulled some strings somewhere, and we are double in parking spaces now, so no problem there.
The local fitness trainers I think, really enjoy having me here, as they can drop in anytime for chiropractic care.
That is the current update…
Weekly Happenings, Jan. 20, 2019:
It was pretty slow this week, so slow that I decided to cut back to two days per week, well two days plus Saturday hours, which usually never see action.
I had good results with two disc-herniation patients, so I feel good about seeing any future patients with disc issues.
Be careful when parking in the neighboring lot. They recently posted these signs:
Check out my soft-tissue heavy-duty massage instrument, for reduction of muscle pain through the range of motion:
Watched the Eagles-Saints game Sunday afternoon at Break-Awayz, and even though the Eagles lost, I was actually a bit relieved because it means that I won’t have to eat out anymore because I really can’t afford restaurant prices. Plus, the waitress was so rude to my date that I probably would not go back there, ever. I’m not sure what the problem was, but she was mad about something. Well just take it out on me. Thanks a lot.
Here’s an example wherein trying to save money, cutting my cable tv off, actually cost me money every time the Eagles advanced because I would have to go to a sports bar to watch it. Naturally, it is generally expected that you order food and drink while you’re in there, so I had to do three hours plus of eating and drinking during both playoff games. Since I’m not normally a barfly, I found myself cheering against other tables full of generally drunk fans for the other team and I was usually outnumbered, as usual, being so far away from home. Thank God that is over. So now, I won’t have to eat out until football season starts, and only if the Eagles get in the playoffs, which could be a long, long time.
Back to The Practice Monday morning, business has been pretty beat in the mornings, I think because all the parking spaces are occupied by gym members. So I think one of my main problems during this practice-startup experience, and totally unforeseen by me, is the parking lot. Here is a typical morning:
This morning I am reviewing the latest in spinal manipulation techniques, out of Italy this time:
Now available through our office:
Guest-Speaker – Ben Fuchs…
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Put an end to that shoulder pain and clicking noise! My guest today, Trevor Bachmeyer: