ChiroTouch to Host “How NOT Being a Chiropractor Saved My Practice” Webinar

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San Diego, CA – October 1st, 2014 – ChiroTouch™, the nation’s leader in chiropractic software, and Dr. Daniel Bai are pleased to announce the “How NOT Being a Chiropractor Saved My Practice” webinar, which is scheduled to air live for one hour on October 7th, 2014, at 10:00am PST.

“Speaking with patients in a manner they can relate to is crucial to building trust and establishing lasting doctor-patient relationships,” said Robert Moberg, CEO of ChiroTouch.  “Dr. Bai offers an honest and direct approach on how to avoid sounding like a salesperson, and we’re thrilled that he is hosting this upcoming webinar.”

About the webinar:

Being a real chiropractor almost ruined me. You have all heard the cliché marketing terms when it comes to new patient acquisition and patient closing techniques, yet no one ever teaches you how to really speak the patient’s language.

Chiropractors deserve the limelight for the life-changing work we do, yet most of the public has a poor or nonexistent perception of our profession. We need to change this. Join Dr. Daniel Bai, co-creator of the infamous Everest BootCamps, for a raw, uncensored look at “How NOT To Be a Chiropractor.”

Learn how “the very thing you don’t want to be is the very thing that makes you everything you want to be.”

Other recent webinar topics include “Chiropractic and ICD-10: How to Make the Transition,” “Financial Tips That Can Improve Your Finances Now,” and “Most Proven Ways to Stay Excited about Practice.”  The ChiroTouch webinar programs and the attendees have benefited from speakers such as Dr. Brad Glowaki, Dr. David Jackson, Garrett Gunderson, Dr. Patrick Gentempo, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, Dr. Bob Hoffman, Dr. David Fletcher, and many more.  This cross-section of the most influential and recognized coaches and speakers has made for a very robust and popular series of webinars.

To join Dr. Bai for this webinar, visit