Adding Massage Therapy to a Chiropractic Practice

I got a call from a friend and colleague the other day.  His assistant/office manager said they would like to bring a massage therapist into the office and had wrapped herself into a mental pretzel trying to work her way through a hypothetical situation involving a massage therapist with a W-2 employee arrangement.  They were trying to figure out how to make ends meet, since this therapist would need to perform a minimum of 15 massages a week just for the clinic to break even, without seeing any profit.

This concern deepened when the receptionist mentioned this to a friend (who happened to be a massage therapist) who then said, “oh no, no, no – a therapist can only do about 10 massages a week!”

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For Docs: How do you “do” Functional Medicine?

OK, Functional Medicine colleagues (especially those who are fairly new to the game)…. this one’s for you.

I know it’s been a while since I’ve written anything new, but I promise that I haven’t abandoned this blog.  Life has just been very busy over the past few months and Ferris Bueller is right: it does move pretty fast.

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