Where is Nutrition in Your Sales Cycle? An Article For Chiropractors and Acupuncturists

Recently, I’ve witnessed an amazing transformation in my friend’s life due to nutrition. It is being guided by an Chiropractor. This is the reason that I am starting to understand how crucial it is. It is essential for the Chiropractor and Acupuncturist is to integrate it to their programs for every patient, and especially for those who are probably eating foods which can be slowly killing them or drastically decreasing their vitality, making it more difficult to heal them pkhealthwellness.com.

What importance does nutrition play in your practice? Many physicians mistakenly believe it’s an optional subject, and therefore do not bother their patients regarding the subject. Have you observed the food choices your patients are taking? They don’t think there is another method of eating. They are constantly bombarded by the propaganda (viz. The Food Pyramid) from sources that profit from their misinformation and manipulation. I’m not going to be able to spell out every one of the culprits I am confident you can name several “off the top of your head”.

This article is intended to help you understand how you sell. This is the time that you first meet someone up to the point at which they become an incoming customer. When do you discuss nutrition? In my opinion, unless your patient acknowledges that something must be addressed regarding nutrition, they will require an element of trust in the relationship you have with them first. How can you, at the time of consultation or report of findings bring this issue up and make them admit that it’s one of the things that requires to be changed?

You’ll see a lot more compliance from your patients and they are likely to follow through with their treatment plan with less effort by getting patients to “spit out” what ails them, and then convince them that something must change and why , and to record the reasons in their charts! This is helpful because it is possible to address the issue at periods of weakness or if they begin to fall out of compliance. If this happens, you should address it during their next visit , telling them, “John during your initial visit with me you mentioned that what you ate and how you ate needed to change and (insert their why), were you serious when you said that? When you said that did you make a decision to change? Since then have you made another decision?” Don’t judge these issues and only ask pertinent questions. This typically addresses non-compliance.

Are your intake forms focused on nutrition? How deep are they?

I am convinced that your patient will be loyal your way like glue, because they have saved their lives. They are feeling better. They’re doing better. They are living a better lifestyle. You’ve helped them transform it. They will see it in them , and guess the next person you refer to be coming from? You’ll be feeling more focused and be full of energy and will be at the top of your game.

Patients who are suffering from these conditions haven’t received the nutritional assistance they need from traditional medicine. Instead, they will receive diagnoses that focus on specific medications or the latest surgical procedures. Most MD’s do not know what high fructose syrup is, let alone what it can do for the body of a human. I’m sure you know. They are doctors for sickness. They have a major role to play and I am happy to recognize what that means. You’re a wellness physician but unfortunately, the majority of America isn’t aware of this. Just 5% of the population of every state visits a wellness physician for help.

A large portion of your clients as well as future patients are getting all of their nutrition guidance from MLM’s as well as their latest and most popular product. They might not pass a muscle test. While I’m not saying the products they sell aren’t good but the rep of an MLM without knowledge of nutrition shouldn’t make any suggestions in the form of marketing literature, or even sales education.

A lot clients are receiving their information from US periodicals or other publications which are always discussing how to wear skinny jeans, how to be fit etc.