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What do you actually do for your patients?

11 Aug

Earl Hits a High NoteI have often asked my clients to list out the answers to the following question: “What do you actually do for your patients?” These are some of the answers:

1. Reduce or eliminate nerve interference.
2. Reduce or eliminate structural abnormality.
3. Increase immune system resistance to disease.
4. Restore body to optimum health.
5. Enhance the enjoyment of life.
6. Reduce anxiety.
7. Alleviate headaches, neck and back pain.
8. Restore normal gait.
9. Reduce and eliminate scoliosis.
10. Increase endurance.
11. Allow the body to heal itself.
12. Prevent disease.
13. Prevent or eliminate the use of drugs and unnecessary surgeries.
14. Give them natural alternative care.
15. Its inexpensive compared to other forms of treatment.
16. Its safe.
17. Results are usually immediate.
18. Increased energy.
19. Increased productivity resulting in increased income or saved income.
20. Increased sex drive.
21. Fertility.
22. Increase in quality of life.
23. Increased intelligence.
24. Decrease of arthritic activity, disk disease or degeneration.
25. Prevents injuries.
26. Increased awareness and alertness.
27. Decrease of trigger points.
28. Sleep better.
29. Reduces stress.
30. It gives the patient their life back.

The list could go on and you should add your own miracles to this list. The next question you should ask yourself is: “What is all this worth?” The answer is that it is “priceless.”

Paul Turnbull (727) 445-7842 purposeconsultant@gmail.com

President, EP Management, Inc. www.expandingpractice.com

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