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How a Chiropractor Can Break $1m with Rob Scranton & Matt Christenson | 586

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In today’s episode, I’ve got 2 special guests who can help us see the world of chiropractic better and tell us about how medical professionals like themselves can make a million dollars or more from their practices! 

We’ve got Dr. Matt and Dr. Rob on the show today from Clinic Masters. They are helping chiropractors make better collections and learn to work on their practices, instead of inside them. 

Watch now to learn how they did it and how you can start doing it to make your practice more profitable too! 

Key Talking Points of the Episode

[03:03] How did Rob get started? 
[04:13] Where did the idea of serving niches come from?
[05:00] What do we teach at Clinic Masters?
[05:40] How did Matt and Rob meet? 
[06:35] What made Matt and Rob decide to help other doctors?
[07:50] Why do chiropractors need this kind of help?
[09:28] What is the goal of Clinic Masters?
[10:10] What image do chiropractors have today?
[11:11] What is peripheral neuropathy?
[13:06] What does this modality address? 
[14:45] What is the big thing that prevents chiropractors from success?
[16:49] What change does our bootcamp bring to doctors?
[17:35] How do we help doctors realize that they need to make the change?
[18:10] How can you get in touch with Matt and Rob?


“Really, the model in chiropractic was just you just had to fill, like individually, just how many bodies you can touch and physically adjust in a week was where your income was tapped.”

“That’s one of our goals - to help try to elevate the image of the entire profession.”

“It’s a shame, I think, for what we are able to do for people and their health like you’ve experienced. We’re changing people’s lives.”

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