Chiropractic Archives - Dr Jacey Pryjma

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4 Essential Items You Need in the Room

4 Essential Items You Need in the Room

4 Essential Items You Need in the Room When Working With Babies Are you working with babies in practice? Are you new to the beautiful world of paediatric chiropractic? I adore working with babies but as much as it can be fun, it can also be super messy. In this video I share some ideas... Read More
What your paperwork needs to be

What your paperwork needs to be

What your paperwork needs to be to start their journey off on the right foot! Professional, clean and well thought out paperwork can make a huge difference to your practice. Not only does it save time, but it helps start families on the right path with their chiropractic care. In this video I show you... Read More
When Kids Get You in Trouble

When Kids Get You in Trouble

Have you ever been in trouble from the kids in your practice? This week I was caught out! I was in so much trouble from a child that comes into our practice that I just wanted to tell you about it! In this video, I’ll go through what you need to do to avoid this... Read More
3 Simple Ways To Empower Parents

3 Simple Ways To Empower Parents

Bruce Lipton always talks about how a person cannot grow when in fear or stressed. Bringing up kids can be one of the most stressful things a human can do. We have the opportunity to work with families and positively change the physiology of parents when in the room, making them feel confident that they... Read More
How do you explain what we do to parents?

How do you explain what we do to parents?

Do you talk about spinal health, neurological health or both? Does your explanation promote referrals of kids into practice? In this video I’ll show you how to easily explain what we do to encourage more parents to bring in their kids for a check-up. In this video… 1. Change the Conversation Learn about the language... Read More
How to Manage Fighting Siblings

How to Manage Fighting Siblings

Have you had children fight or argue in the adjusting room? It can be really awkward as a chiropractor, to have to help manage quarrelling siblings. In this video I share three ways to help manage this situation and achieve a happy outcome. In this video… 1. Give One Child an Activity Sometimes a simple... Read More
Do you adjust on the first visit?

Do you adjust on the first visit?

This is one of the most asked questions when working with adults and kids alike. Many chiropractors feel bad if they do not adjust on the first visit. This comes from the feeling that the initial consult is not good enough as a stand alone appointment and even more so that they are fearful the... Read More
9 Tricks That Make Your Exam Easier Part 1

9 Tricks That Make Your Exam Easier Part 1

When you perform a function-based examination there is a lot to get through. It can feel tedious and tiring for the child if you don’t have strategies to make the process fun and engaging to ensure that you get through your exam. This is 1 of 3 videos where I will go through 9 ways... Read More
3 Easy Communication Ideas to Conclude Your Adjustments

3 Easy Communication Ideas to Conclude Your Adjustments

You may have heard the saying, the last thing you say is the first thing they remember. In today’s video we go through 3 easy ways to make the last thing you say stick! A really simple yet powerful way to end each adjustment is to finish on a sentence that expressed the change and... Read More
How to include the absent parent in care

How to include the absent parent in care

When you start working with a new family do you have both parents present 100% of the time? If not then you have a whole other person to work with at home. In this video I go through some easy ways to include the absent parent in their child’s chiropractic care. Parents have two main... Read More
3 Ways To Lead Families Away From Symptom Focused Health Care

3 Ways To Lead Families Away From Symptom Focused Health Care

Symptom education – what is it, why is it there and why shouldn’t we focus on it? In this video I talk about 3 ways to help families move away from thinking symptoms are the issue to worry about. Moving families away from focusing on symptoms as a measure of health needs ongoing support and... Read More