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7 Client Management Terms to Know

7 Client Management Terms to Know

Terms that have been commonly used in medical, osteopathy, and chiropractic for some time are now becoming more popularized across Massage Therapy. This article specifically focuses on four primary terms: Client Management Programs of Care Client Retention Integrative Care Client Management Client management is an umbrella term embracing all aspects of managing your clients’ care.  Common practices of client care include: Procedures and communications for properly gathering a new client's health history information and performing proper inquiry about it. Knowing how to perform a consultation where you: Clarify a client’s reasons for seeing you. Inform them about the nature of...

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New Year's Resolution

New Year's Resolution

It’s that time of year to talk about our New Year’s resolutions. Year endings provide a great opportunity to reflect on how far you’ve come... and where you currently reside in your struggles and successes… and how you would like to improve and boost areas of your life, especially your practice. One of my resolves is to help dedicated Massage Therapists become more masterful in your client management skills and achieve the practice success you desire. Some of us have created very successful practices using highly effective procedures we  learned from top consultants and combined them with our own trial and error refinement processes to arrive...

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Why Having An Integrative Care Practice Enhances Your Credibility and Success

Why Having An Integrative Care Practice Enhances Your Credibility and Success

  Massage Therapists have different approaches to practicing. There are those whose strong purpose and ambition have them eager to strengthen their educational skills in ways that work complementary with other health practitioners. These Massage Therapists enjoy having a certain practice independence and they also choose to not remain alienated.  Their motto is, “Connect not reject.” They learn how to provide complementary, aka integrative care, which means their massage work  is integrated with care their clients receive from other practitioners.  Practicing in an integrative fashion serves clients best. It also enhances your practice competency and success in several ways which I...

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My Story of Struggle, Failure and Finally Success

My Story of Struggle, Failure and Finally Success

Whether you decide to take any of my courses or not, here's a personal story I feel you ought to know in case you're skeptical of implementing new things into your practice. First let me say that it's important for you to know you can TRUST everything that in my courses are genuine, practical and proven. Every course you learn should be this way. Here's why: They are backed by health care sciences and procedures aligned with ones doctors use, derived from years of clinical experience in massage and chiropractic that's proven to work effectively in many practices, and custom refined and presented in a well...

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How to Increase Credibility

How to Increase Credibility

Let’s face it, factions exist within every profession and there are several in the massage profession.  Some argue which techniques are valid, some want increased research literacy requirements, and some push for increased licensing and regulations.  Others aren’t interested in any of this and want to practice without regulatory constraints.  My personal view about faction is to leave out the “f” letter and promote action that helps everyone. Action that helps calm discord, supports respect for all Massage Therapists, and advances practitioners and the profession through inclusion. An important unifying factor is learning how to professionally manage your clients’ care...

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