Be The Holistic Care Provider Parents Need - Dr Jacey Pryjma

Learn the tips and tricks to working with kids

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Be The Holistic Care Provider Parents Need

Sometimes it can be hard to draw a line in the sand of how much extra holistic support we offer apart from Chiropractic care. In this video I’ll give you a few tips on how you can easily be the holistic care provider for your families.

Parents want you to be their go to person for simple lifestyle and health advice. So how do you provide all of this information to your families without making your consults too long?

Here are three ways that you can easily become the holistic care provider for your families without compromising the way you are already running your practice.

Empower Parents To Take Charge

When working with our families we want to make sure that we are allowing them to be in charge and giving them the advice they can use to take on board and do research themselves outside our practice.

Empower Parents To Feel Confident & Proud

When we are empowering our families, we want them to feel confident about their decisions and confident about their choice to use chiropractic care for their family.

Draw A Line & Co-Manage

Working with families we want to make that we draw a line. What is the limit in terms of how we can manage them with nutritional, exercise or potentially home care advice? Who are the people we can co-manage with when we need to work with families beyond that point.

Well Kids Program Ensures Your Families Stay On Track

The Well Kids Program ensures that we keep families on track. We have clear care plans and reports that detail their home care, exercise and nutritional advice and chiropractic schedule.

Grow the practice of your dreams & wow families with your message, improve the health outcomes of hundreds of children in your community through your exceptional paediatric chiropractic care. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your amazing journey in this profession, I look forward to working with you again soon.

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