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“The Ten Essential Elements” Chiropractic Seminar Featured Top Influential Leaders

April 5, 2011

While most chiropractic seminars feature a guest presenter or two, participants were inspired by five different guest speakers at “The Ten Essential Elements for 2011 and Beyond,” an all-new program produced by The Masters Circle, held March 10-12 at the Intercontinental O’Hare in Chicago.

Jericho , NY (Vocus/PRWEB) April 04, 2011

While most chiropractic seminars feature a guest presenter or two, participants were inspired by five different guest speakers at “The Ten Essential Elements for 2011 and Beyond,” an all-new program produced by The Masters Circle, held March 10-12 at the Intercontinental O’Hare in Chicago.

The chiropractic seminar keynote speaker was Dr. Gerry Clum, who recently stepped down from the presidency of Life Chiropractic College West after thirty years. He traced the evolution of our profession over the last forty years, and then laid out a compelling vision of our future that brought the attendees to their feet in appreciation and passion. Dr. Mitch Mally, one of the world’s foremost authorities on extremity adjusting, provided a workshop on “The Magnificent Seven,” concentrating on the adjustment of the foot and ankle, to help attending chiropractors stabilize the spinal structure and help patients hold adjustments longer, in addition to resolving painful lower extremity problems.

Renowned healer Dr. Dick Versendaal talked about inspiration and the role it plays in the healing process, while “Eight Weeks to Wellness” co-founder Dr. Dane Donohue discussed his extraordinary results in a powerful survey of his extensive clinical experience. Finally, Dr. Martha Nessler lit up the room with her infectious enthusiasm and her expertise in chiropractic marketing.

Also, TMC co-founders Dr. Bob Hoffman and Dr. Dennis Perman shared their insights on chiropractic philosophy, office procedure and the essential elements for practice growth, and Dr. Barry Warren taught the chiropractic assistants about relationship skills and delivering practical tips on improving patient communication. As a special bonus, there was an interactive “Power-Learning” Session where six exciting topics were discussed in rapid-fire succession, including pointers on new patient attraction, patient education, people skills and more.

The program was designed to offer motivating tools for chiropractic practice building, brought to you by The Masters Circle, long known for excellence in chiropractic coaching, Identity-Based Consulting̢Ң, and chiropractic practice management. You can sample our chiropractic practice building videos from actual TMC seminars here.

About The Masters Circle -

The Masters Circle is a coaching and leadership company that helps chiropractors build great practices and great lives by serving people with the science, philosophy and art of chiropractic. Founded in 2001, The Masters Circle vision is a worldwide quality-of-life driven health care delivery system with chiropractic in the leading role. With its unique custom-tailored coaching and Identity-Based approach, TMC helps to raise the standards and the consciousness of the profession, through two national and two international seminars annually, as well as dozens of one-day intensives, teleclasses, masterminds and private coaching sessions which provide the information and motivation necessary to succeed in today’s health and wellness marketplace.

Members have access to unlimited coaching, the world’s largest online video success library for chiropractors (TMCtv) and audiovisual tutorials that cover every aspect of practice building and practice management success. Ideal members include new graduates, doctors who need training in practice building and practice management, and established practitioners who want to expand their impact and develop themselves into community wellness leaders.

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