Module 5 – Business Ethics

The business ethics module presents information and ideas that will not necessarily be the component that drives a chiropractic business to success but it certainly could be the element that sinks a business. In my short time involved with the chiropractic profession I have encountered or heard of far to many instances in which chiropractors … Continue reading Module 5 – Business Ethics


Flip Class 2

What’s that cracking sound? The popping sound you hear when you crack your knuckles or when a chiropractor performs a manipulation or adjustment, is simply the popping of a gas bubble created by the pressure within your joints. This is the same phenomenon that occurs when you open a can of coke and get the … Continue reading Flip Class 2

Module 4 – Reflection

This module has highlighted the complex decisions that must be made throughout the process of owning a business, touching briefly on topics such as important paperwork, necessary insurance and the importance of write-offs and expenses come tax time. I have spent a considerable amount of my personal time researching these topics and the module has … Continue reading Module 4 – Reflection

Module 3 – Reflection

The content covered in module three was very familiar as I have spent a considerable amount of time researching and developing a potential business plan as well as spreadsheets documenting personal finances and potential future income. While the content in the module offered some new information and perspectives on the costs of business, the module … Continue reading Module 3 – Reflection

Flip Class 1 – Year 2

The following presents a collection of links and my brief thoughts on a variety of technique systems used by chiropractors: Diversified Diversified technique is the equivalent of being spiritual without belonging to a specific denomination. It takes ideas from many narrowly scoped named techniques, without any defined rules for what and how it envelopes … Continue reading Flip Class 1 – Year 2

B&E – Module 1 Reflection

My business idea, briefly, is as follows: Graduate CMCC in 2020 with approximately $200,000 in debt. Ideally, I'll have found a workable business opportunity before graduation, with a contract signed contingent on graduation, licensing and securing adequate funding. My ideal business is purchasing a chiropractic practice from a retiring Doctor, with a transition period of … Continue reading B&E – Module 1 Reflection