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Energy, Not Time, Is Your Most Precious Resource

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC

We live in a digital time. Our rhythms are rushed, rapid fire and relentless, our days carved up  into bits and bytes. We celebrate quick reaction more than considered reflection. We skim  across the surface, alighting for brief moments at dozens of destinations but rarely remaining  for long at any one. We race through our lives without pausing to consider who we really want  to be or where we really want to go. We’re wired up but we’re melting down.    Most of us are just tying to do the best that we can. We survive on too little sleep, wolf down  fast foods on the run, fuel up with coffee and cool down with alcohol and sleeping pills. Faced  with relentless demands at work, we become short‐tempered and easily distracted. We return  home from long days at work feeling exhausted and often experience our families not as a  source of joy and renewal, but as one more demand in an already overburdened life.

Consider these scenarios: 

 You attend an hour‐long Team Meeting in which not a single second is wasted – but  during the final half hour your energy level drops off and you struggle to stay focused.

 You race through a meticulously scheduled four‐hour shift but by midway your energy  has turned negative‐impatient, edgy and irritable.

 You set aside time to be with your children when you get home at the end of the day,  but you are so distracted by thoughts about work that you never really give them your  full attention.

 You remember your wedding anniversary – your computer alerts you and so does your  smart device– but by the evening, you are too tired to go out and celebrate.

Energy, not time is the fundamental currency of high performance.   

This insight revolutionized my thinking about what drives enduring high performance. It has  also prompted a dramatic transformation in the way I coach my clients to manage their lives,  personally and professionally. Everything they do – from interacting with patients and staff to  spending time with their families – requires energy. Obvious as this seems, we often fail to take  into account the importance of energy at work and in our personal lives.  Without the right  quantity, quality, focus and force of energy, we are compromised in any activity we undertake.

Performance, health and happiness are grounded in the skillful management of energy.

There are undeniably difficult patients, tough days, bad relationships and real life crises.  Nonetheless, we have far more control over our energy than we realize. The number of hours in  a day is fixed, but the quantity and quality of energy available to us is not. It is our most  precious resource. The more we take responsibility for the energy we bring to the world, the  more empowered and productive we become. The more we blame others or external  circumstances, the more negative and compromised our energy will be.
If you could wake up tomorrow with significantly more positive, focused energy to invest in  your practice and with your family, how significantly would that change your life for the better?  As a leader and a manager, how valuable would it be to bring more positive energy and passion  to your practice? If your practice team could call on more positive energy, how would it affect  their relationships with one another, and the quality of service that they deliver to your  patients?

To be fully engaged, we must be physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused  and spiritually aligned with a purpose beyond our immediate self‐interest. Full engagement  begins with feeling eager to get to the practice in the morning, equally happy to return home in  the evening and capable of setting clear boundaries between the two. It means being able to  immerse yourself in the mission you are on, whether it is grappling with a frustrating challenge  in the practice, managing your practice team on a project, spending time with loved ones or  simply having fun. Full engagement implies a fundamental shift in the way we live our lives.

You must become fully engaged. Four key energy management principles drive this process.

Principle 1: Full engagement requires drawing on four separate but related sources of energy:  physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.   

Human beings are complex energy systems, and full engagement is not simply one‐dimensional.  The energy that pulses through us is physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. All four  dynamics are critical, none is sufficient by itself and each profoundly influences the others. To  perform at our best, we must skillfully manage each of these interconnected dimensions of  energy. Subtract any one from the equation and our capacity to fully ignite our talent and skill is  diminished, much the way an engine sputters when one of its cylinders’ misfires.    The more toxic and unpleasant the energy, the less effectively it serves performance; the more  positive and pleasant the energy, the more efficient it is. Imagine for a moment that you are  about to have a chiropractic adjustment. Which energy quadrant would you want your  chiropractor to be in? How would you feel if he entered the adjusting room feeling angry,  frustrated and anxious? What if he was disengaged, laid back and slightly spacey? Obviously,  you want your chiropractor energized, confident and upbeat.

Principle 2: Because energy capacity diminishes both with overuse and with underuse, we  must balance energy expenditure with intermittent energy renewal.   

We rarely consider how much energy we are spending because we take it for granted that the  energy available to us is limitless. In fact, increased demand progressively depletes our energy  reserves – especially in the absence of any effort to reverse the progressive loss of capacity that  occurs with age. By training in all dimensions we can dramatically slow our decline physically  and mentally, and we can actually deepen our emotional and spiritual capacity until the very  end of our lives.

When we live highly linear lives – spending far more energy than we recover or recovering  more than we spend – the eventual consequence is that we break down, burn out, atrophy,  lose our passion and get sick.  Sadly, the need for recovery is often viewed as a sign of weakness  rather than as an integral aspect of sustained performance. The result is that we give almost no  attention to renewing and expanding our energy reserves, individually or for our practice.

To maintain a powerful pulse in our lives, we must learn how to rhythmically spend and  renew energy.   

The richest, happiest and most productive lives are characterized by the ability to fully engage  in the challenge at hand, but also to disengage periodically and seek renewal. Instead, many of  us live our lives as if we are running in an endless marathon, pushing ourselves far beyond  healthy levels of exertion. We become flat liners mentally and emotionally by relentlessly  spending energy without sufficient recovery. We become flat liners physically and spiritually by  not expending enough energy. Either way, we slowly but inexorably wear down.    Think for a moment about the look of many long‐distance runners: gaunt, sallow, slightly  sunken and emotionally flat. Now visualize a sprinter. Sprinters typically look powerful, bursting  with energy and eager to push themselves to their limits. The explanation is simple. No matter  how intense the demand they face, the finish line is clearly visible 100 or 200 meters down the  track. We too must learn to live our lives as a series of sprints – fully engaging for periods of  time and then fully disengaging and seeking renewal before jumping back into the fray to face  whatever challenges confront us.

Principle 3: To build capacity, we must push beyond our normal limits, training in the same  systematic way that elite athletes do.   

Stress is not the enemy in our lives. Paradoxically, it is the key to growth. In order to build  strength in a muscle, we must systematically stress it, expending energy beyond normal levels.  Doing so literally causes microscopic tears in the muscle fibers. At the end of a training session,  functional capacity is diminished. But give the muscle twenty‐four to forty‐eight hours to  recover, and it grows stronger and better able to handle the next stimulus.  While this training  phenomenon had been applied largely to building physical strength, it is just as relevant to  building “muscles” in every dimension of our lives – from empathy and patience to focus and  creativity to integrity and commitment. What applies to the body applies equally to the other  dimensions of our lives.

We build emotional, mental and spiritual capacity in precisely the same way that we build  physical capacity. 

We grow at all levels by expending energy beyond our ordinary limits and then recovering.  Expose a muscle to ordinary demand and it won’t grow. With age it will actually lose strength.  The limiting factor in building any muscle is that many of us back off at the slightest hint of  discomfort. To meet increased demand in our lives, we must learn to systematically build and
strengthen muscles wherever our capacity is insufficient. Any form of stress that prompts  discomfort has the potential to expand our capacity – physically, mentally, emotionally or  spiritually – so long as it is followed by adequate recovery.

Principle 4: Positive energy rituals – highly specific routines for managing energy – are the key  to full engagement and sustained high performance.

Change is difficult. We are creatures of habit. Most of what we do is automatic and  nonconscious. What we did yesterday is what we are likely to do today. The problem with most  efforts to change is that conscious effort can’t be sustained over the long haul. Will and  discipline are far more limited resources than most of us realize. If you have to think about  something each time you do it, the likelihood is that you won’t keep doing it for very long. The  status quo has a magnetic pull on us.

A positive ritual is a behavior that becomes automatic over time – fueled by some deeply  held value.   

I use the word ritual purposefully to emphasize the notion of a carefully defined, highly  structured behavior. In contrast to will and discipline, which requires pushing yourself to a  particular behavior, a ritual pulls at you. Think of something as simple as brushing your teeth. It  is not something that you ordinarily have to remind yourself to do. Brushing your teeth is  something to which you feel consistently drawn, compelled by its clear health value. You do it  largely on automatic pilot, without much conscious effort or intention. The power of rituals is  that they insure that we use as little conscious energy as possible where it is not absolutely  necessary, leaving us free to strategically focus the energy available to us in creative, enriching  ways.

Look at any part of your life in which you are consistently effective and you will find that certain  habits help make that possible. If you eat in a healthy way, it is probably because you have built  routines around the food you buy and what you are willing to order at restaurants. If you are  fit, it is probably because you have regular days and times for working out. If you manage your  practice team well, you likely have a style of giving feedback that leaves people feeling  challenged rather than threatened. If you are closely connected to your spouse and your  children, you probably have rituals around spending time together with them.  Creating positive  rituals is the most powerful and effective way to manage energy in the service of full  engagement.

Dr. Mark Sanna is a member of the Chiropractic Summit and a board member of the  Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. He is the president and CEO of Breakthrough Coaching.  (www.mybreakthrough.com 1‐800‐723‐8423).

How to Make Your Chiropractic Practice Grow

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC

CEO, Breakthrough Coaching

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Building a successful chiropractic practice can be a competitive business. You must continually advance your practice by attracting new patients, maintaining the ones you already have and incorporating new technologies and techniques. This is something you must do continually or your practice will stagnate rather than expand.

 

Win on the Web

There is a high likelihood that your next new patient will search for you on the web even if they have been referred by one of your current patients. Make sure that their first impression of your practice is excellent by hiring a professional web designer to build a website for your practice. Make sure that the content is written with search engine optimization in mind, so prospective patients will find you when searching the web. If you don’t already have a catchy phrase or brilliant logo for your practice, now would be the time to create one. Include well produced, short video clips so that patients can get to know something about you before coming to your practice. Patients come to your practice assuming you know how to do chiropractic, but what they really want is to get to know you and your staff. They want to be welcomed and feel that they have made a good decision on how to spend their hard earned dollars on their health. If they like how they are treated and feel you have their best interests at heart, then they will trust you.

 

Review Your Software

If you are serious about expanding your chiropractic practice, you must be sure the software system you have in place will accommodate the growth and the requirements of electronic records management. If you’re unsure if you have the right software, you will need to review several different systems to determine which will best suit your needs. Practice can become a nightmare if you don’t have the proper software to track appointments, insurance claims, patient records, and payments. The right software should allow you to file insurance claims electronically to save you time and paperwork. A good piece of software will allow you to track your practice, spot trends in services and reimbursement, and help you grow into a profitable practice all at the same time.

 

Market Internally

Internal marketing and word-of-mouth advertising are the best two ways to attract new patients. They are also the least expensive methods of advertising. Word-of-mouth is spread mostly by people who come to you for chiropractic services and are pleased with your work. Patients who are pleased with their chiropractor, typically recommend them to their friends and family members. You can encourage former patients who no longer visit you by reaching out to them with reminder postcards for a check-up or for other services. If you don’t get an immediate response, continue to mail on a quarterly basis. It often takes several contacts before a reminder will spur someone into action. In addition to postcards, write and send a monthly newsletter to all of your patients via e-mail. Include useful information that educates your patients while subtly promoting your practice.

 

Maintain Current Patients

Although it is normal to lose some patients, you can advance your chiropractic practice by maintaining as many as possible. According to expert practice builders, twenty five percent of your marketing efforts should be focused on attracting new patients to your practice. Your main focus should be on retaining your current patients. Make sure that your current patients are satisfied with your service so they won’t think about finding another chiropractor. Build strong relationships with your patients. Chiropractors who focus on their patients and establish strong relationships increase their revenues, even during financially hard times. Make an effort to remember each patient’s personal information and family members’ names to show that you value their business and see them as an important part of your practice. Solicit your patients’ feedback about their experience with your practice and use the information to realize your strengths and fix your weaknesses.

 

Attract New Patients

Even if you have a large patient base, over time some patients will stop coming in for various reasons. They may move, lose or change their insurance or simply decide to try another chiropractor. Play an active role in your community. Performing community outreach by volunteering to speak at schools, service organizations, local employers and other groups is a highly effective way to attract new patients. Give presentations on topics consistent with your philosophy on health and wellness to bring visibility to your practice and promote your expertise.

 

Most organizations won’t mind if you pass out business cards after your talk. Even if you don’t, people who are looking for a chiropractor will remember your presentation and will locate you via your website. Where state laws allow, you can make yourself especially attractive to new patients by giving them a special offer. Offer a complementary consultation or other service and let people know that you will extend the offer to their family members, friends and co-workers. Reward people who refer new patients to your practice. Give them a small item, such as a gift card, for each family member or friend they refer to you.

 

Expand Your Services

One way to grow your practice is by offering new products services. There are many services that are compatible with chiropractic care. Nutritional supplements, orthotics and supports are natural compliments to chiropractic care. Massage therapy, acupuncture and exercise therapy are high demand procedures that fit well in a chiropractic setting.  Research the services that are in demand and determine whether they will be profitable for your practice to offer them.  Be aware of the services that other health care providers are offering in your community to be sure that your practice remains competitive. Review the pages of this and other chiropractic publications on a regular basis to keep up to date on current practice trends.

 

Add New Technologies

One important way to advance your chiropractic practice is to keep your technology up-to-date. This is especially important when a new technique or piece of equipment can help differentiate your practice by making your procedures easier and more comfortable for your patients. For example, you can switch to digital x-rays that can be read immediately and deliver less exposure to radiation. The new generations of hand-held instrument adjusting devices come equipped with auditory feedback signals that indicate to both doctor and patients that a desired level of movement has been achieved. Many chiropractors are finding that laser therapy is an excellent high-tech adjunct to the traditional modalities they offer. The results are well documented and providing laser therapy can create the cutting-edge buzz that helps to grow a practice. Feature your use of technology prominently in your ads and on your website. Send postcards to patients notifying them when you incorporate something new and beneficial into your practice.

 

Focus on Your Patients

Make the choice to establish, build, and retain solid relationships with your patients. Listen to what they want and treat them well. Give them the intrinsic value they seek from choosing your practice. Deliver quality care above and beyond what they expect. The payback for you will be increased patient referrals, more satisfied patients, and greater profitability. It is then that your practice can continue to grow and truly flourish.

 

Dr. Mark Sanna is a member of the Chiropractic Summit, the ACA Governor’s Advisory Board and a board member of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. He is the president and CEO of Breakthrough Coaching

 

At Scriphessco.com, chiropractors can find the products that they require, easily, conveniently, and affordably. Scrip Hessco’s massive inventory allows chiropractors to search for specific items, or browse for new and exciting options. The most successful chiropractors are the ones that are constantly evolving and taking necessary steps to keep business fresh and interesting for the patients, as well as for themselves.

For more than 40 years, Scrip Hessco has been the leading full-service distributor of chiropractic supplies such asBiofreeze and equipment to the chiropractic industry. Rely on Scrip Hessco to help you serve your patients and grow your business with popular resale items.

 

Share Your Values

Friday, April 15th, 2016

Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB Level II, FICC

CEO, Breakthrough Coaching

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Share your #1 value on a regular basis: your ideas about health and your profession – the outcomes you desire for your patients and practice. Your number one value drives what you expect from your employees – their job descriptions. It also drives what you expect in terms of work load and production – your practice statistics. Only once you have communicated your number one value and have confirmed that your team members understand your number one value, have you created the basis for trust.

All of the studies say that patients leave their healthcare providers because they don’t trust them. Establishing trust begins with a patient’s first visit. Just as with your practice team, communicate your number one value (your ideas about health and your profession) with your patients. Your number one value includes the outcomes you expect for your patients in terms of their behavior – that you expect them to comply with your recommendations. It also includes what you expect in terms of production from your patients – their referrals. When you communicate your values with your patients, you give yourself the gift of patients who support your vision. Share your #1 value as part of your routine – include it in the paperwork, welcome letter, practice brochure, and mission statement that new patients see when they come to your practice. Your paperwork is not just an exercise in organization – it’s a way to share your values.

Become a master at uncovering the common denominator – those shared values which create the bonds of trust that enable others to align their values with yours. In a value sharing environment you get out what you put in. Commit to sharing your values and you will pass the ultimate test – you’ll experience the compelling difference the bonds of trust make in your practice and personal relationships.

At Scriphessco.com, chiropractors can find the products that they require, easily, conveniently, and affordably. Scrip Hessco’s massive inventory allows chiropractors to search for specific items, or browse for new and exciting options. The most successful chiropractors are the ones that are constantly evolving and taking necessary steps to keep business fresh and interesting for the patients, as well as for themselves.

For more than 40 years, Scrip Hessco has been the leading full-service distributor of chiropractic supplies such as Biofreeze and equipment to the chiropractic industry. Rely on Scrip Hessco to help you serve your patients and grow your business with popular resale items.

 

 

ScripHessco Points to Chiropractic Care as Key to Conditioning, Peak Performance, and Injury Prevention for Spring Sports

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

As springtime sports teams kick into gear, ScripHessco, providers of high quality chiropractic equipment and supplies, highlights the important role that chiropractic care plays in optimizing athletic performance. All athletes, including those in amateur leagues, school teams, and youth sports programs, reap the benefits of greater endurance, improved functionality, faster return-to-play, and avoidance of habit-forming painkillers.

Sports“Chiropractic care helps athletes of all ages to perform at their best, helping them to obviate and better address injuries,” says Kray Kibler, CFO, ScripHessco. “With milder weather and the return to baseball, golf, tennis, track and other spring sports, doctors of chiropractic (D.C.s) play an important role in delivering preventive care for tendinitis, stress fractures, torn rotator cuffs and muscle spasms that could sideline activities.”

Professional sports organizations across the spectrum rely on the unique care that D.C.s deliver, and today many college and high school teams are including access to chiropractic care.

“An integrative approach is critical for optimizing care for athletes,” Kibler adds. “As more organizations, coaches and athletic trainers recognize the value of chiropractic care, athletes gain a competitive edge. A D.C. on the healthcare team adds to the well-rounded approach to healthcare as some pro teams will not go anywhere without their chiropractor.”

ScripHessco is the leading supplier to the chiropractic profession, offering an unparalleled selection of supplies and equipment for a one-stop shopping experience, as well as value-added services that help chiropractors improve their patient outcomes.

Spencer Baron, D.C., team chiropractor for the Miami Dolphins, adds, “It’s gratifying to witness the growing recognition of chiropractic as a valued approach for promoting wellness, improving sports performance, hastening injury rehabilitation and helping to maintain career longevity.”

About ScripHessco
ScripHessco, member of the Scrip Companies family, provides equipment and supplies to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) professionals and offers the broadest selection of chiropractic products, including the largest variety of reconditioned adjusting tables in the world. ScripHessco offers exceptional customer service, promotes wellness initiatives and serves as an educational resource for the benefit of its customers and also is the only national company to offer regional sales representation. Visit www.scriphessco.com.

Mechanical Traction & Decompression Seminar

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Integration of Mechanical Spinal Distraction and Low Level Laser into Clinical Practice to Improve Outcomes and Patient Retention
Instructor: Dr. Christopher Proulx, DC, MS, ATC, CSCS

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The purpose of this course is to provide a foundation of appropriate mechanical spinal distraction and low level laser therapy, techniques based on current rationale. The scope is inclusive of approaches applicable to common conditions treated with modalities in the chiropractic clinic. This workshop/lecture course will also provide the participant with an overview of the effects of the modalities on specific conditions. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss treatment protocols and obtain practical experience in the implementation of the protocols.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the basics in emission of laser and light
  • Describe the characteristics of laser
  • Describe the biochemical and physiologic effects of laser
  • Describe the indication of laser therapy
  • Use the application of laser therapy
  • Describe the contraindication of laser therapy
  • Describe the indication of mechanical spinal distraction
  • Describe the appropriate patient
  • Describe the basic biomechanical and physiological aspects to mechanical spinal distraction treatment of specific spinal conditions with mechanical spinal distraction
  • Describe the progression in spinal rehabilitation and therapeutic modalities
  • Describe the contraindications of therapeutic modalities.

WHEN:
April 17, 2014
8:00 AM-5:00 PM

WHERE:
Springhill Suites
3055 Scott Futrell Drive
Charlotte NC. 28208
704.405.6061

CEU accredited applied for in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.
Certificates will be issued to eligible participants upon completion of the course.

REGISTRATION:
To register for the seminar, contact John Halsey – jhalsey@scripco.com.

To download, or print, the seminar information in PDF format, click here.

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ScripHessco Announces Successful Events: 8th Annual Professional Football Chiropractic Society’s Continuing Education Seminar and First Annual Chiropractic Combine

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

ScripHessco, providers of high quality chiropractic equipment and supplies, announces the success of two key chiropractic events in February. The Company served as the 2014-2015 title sponsor for the 8th Annual Professional Football Chiropractic Society’s (PFCS) Continuing Education Seminar. In addition, the two organizations collaborated during the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis to launch a popular new networking event, Chiropractic Combine, which brought chiropractic students and doctors together to meet in a social setting to discuss trends in sports chiropractic, open chiropractic positions in sports and professional football, and available associate positions within the field.

PFCS Logo“Through their work with world class athletes, NFL players, and educational seminars, the PFCS has made significant contributions to advance awareness of the importance and healing nature of chiropractic – a cause that drew considerable attention because of these two important events,” says Kray Kibler, CFO, ScripHessco. “This year, speakers focused on traumatic shoulder injuries, concussions, injury prevention and improving concussion communication in youth sports. The PFCS is committed to providing consistency among constituents, taking the best practices from each alliance and creating a template to apply to chiropractors who work with other pro sports.”

Alan Sokoloff, D.C. for the Baltimore Ravens and former board member of PFCS, states, “This year we were pleased to introduce the Chiropractic Combine, a one-of-a-kind event that was made by possible by ScripHessco, an industry leader that fully supports chiropractic. In professional football, chiropractic has grown to be an essential part of the health care team for wellness, improving sports performance, and enhancing injury rehabilitation for all athletes.”

ScripHessco is the leading supplier to the chiropractic profession, offering an unparalleled selection of supplies and equipment for a one-stop shopping experience, as well as value-added services that help chiropractors improve their patient outcomes. ScripHessco has a long history of providing support to the chiropractic community through its contributions to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, American Chiropractic Association, various industry organizations and associations, educational institutions, and the PFCS.

Kyle Prusso, D.C. for the Oakland Raiders and president of the PFCS, adds, “We’re grateful for ScripHessco’s support, and expect to build upon this year’s excitement to build buzz around next year’s events.”

About ScripHessco
ScripHessco, member of the Scrip Companies family, provides equipment and supplies to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) professionals and offers the broadest selection of chiropractic products, including the largest variety of reconditioned adjusting tables in the world. ScripHessco offers exceptional customer service, promotes wellness initiatives and serves as an educational resource for the benefit of its customers and also is the only national company to offer regional sales representation. Visit www.scriphessco.com.

ScripHessco Teams up with the Professional Football Chiropractic Society

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

February 11, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

ScripHessco Teams up with the Professional Football Chiropractic Society

 

(February 11, Bolingbrook,IL) –ScripHessco announced today its partnership with the Professional Football Chiropractic Society (PFCS) as the 2014-2015 title sponsor.  Scrip Hessco will also be the official distribution partner and table supplier to the PFCS.

In addition, ScripHessco and the PFCS will collaborate during the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis in February to fulfill a need within the industry.  Together, they will launch a new networking event called the “Chiropractic Combine” in which chiropractic students and doctors meet in a social setting to discuss trends in sports chiropractic, open chiropractic positions in sports and professional football, and available associate positions within the field.

“We hear from very qualified students seeking jobs and from top doctors in need of new associates as well as sports chiropractors looking to better use their skills,” stated Kyle Prusso, President of the PFCS  and team chiropractor for the Oakland Raiders NFL football team.  “The idea originated with one of our members, Alan Sokoloff of the Baltimore Ravens.  The PFCS board and I all agreed that ScripHessco was a natural to join our team in bringing quality graduates and hiring doctors together during our PFCS Continuing Education Seminar because of their long history of supporting and giving back to the chiropractic community.”

“ScripHessco has quietly served the industry through foundations and associations for years,” added Frank Brady, Chairman of the PFCS and team chiropractor for the Philadelphia Eagles NFL football team.  “We feel it’s important to partner with an industry leader that supports the cause of chiropractic, and ScripHessco is clearly the player we want on our team.”

“Through their work with world class athletes, NFL players, and educational seminars, the PFCS has made significant contributions to advance awareness of the importance and healing nature of chiropractic,” stated Kray Kibler, CEO of Scrip Companies, parent of ScripHessco. “We look forward to working together as a team and building relationships in support of this industry.”

Registrations are being taken now for the Continuing Education Seminar February 21-22 in Indianapolis, IN and for the Chiropractic Combine on Friday, February 21 at 6:00 pm at www.ProFootballChiros.com.

About ScripHessco:

ScripHessco, www.scriphessco.com, is the leading supplier to the chiropractic profession, offering an unparalleled selection of supplies and equipment for a one-stop shopping experience. ScripHessco has a long history of providing support to the chiropractic community through its contributions to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, various industry foundations and associations, and now through the Professional Football Chiropractic Society.

About the Professional Football Chiropractic Society:

Professional Football Chiropractic Society (PFCS), www.ProFootballChiros.com is an organization of chiropractors who provide the highest quality Chiropractic health care to the elite athletes of Professional Football. Our mission is to communicate and provide education. To initiate and continue a better understanding of Chiropractic for athletes, coaches, administrative and healthcare staff of our respective teams. It is our goal to enhance the health and performance of each and every individual athlete, so they may express their optimal health potential.

Contact: 

Julie Lohmeier, ScripHessco

jlohmeier@scripco.com

630-771-7408

www.scriphessco.com

 

Dr. Kyle Prusso

docprusso@yahoo.com
925-766-8275

Dr. Frank Brady

prodoc@comcast.net

Parker Seminars in Las Vegas

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Join us at the Parker Seminars in Las Vegas – January 2014.  If you are there stop by our booth 309 to hear about our new chiropractic supplies and equipment.

 

Parker Seminars in Las Vegas – January 2014

The World’s LARGEST Chiropractic Seminar is Heading to Las Vegas!

If there was ever a time to experience Parker Seminars, the world’s top chiropractic seminar series, that time is January 9-11 in Las Vegas, where practicing chiropractors, speakers, and coaches from around the world are meeting for our flagship event. It’s PARKER SEMINARS LAS VEGAS 2014, and it’s set to be our biggest, most extraordinary seminar yet!

 

 

At Scriphessco.com, chiropractors can find the products that they require, easily, conveniently, and affordably.  Scrip Hessco’s massive inventory allows chiropractors to search for specific items, or browse for new and exciting options.  The most successful chiropractors are the ones that are constantly evolving and taking necessary steps to keep business fresh and interesting for the patients, as well as for themselves.

For more than 40 years, Scrip Hessco has been the leading full-service distributor of supplies and equipment to the chiropractic industry.  Rely on Scrip Hessco to help you serve your patients and grow your business with popular resale items.

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