Last Tuesday Kiana and I wrapped up our five day Koch Protocols Seminar on Integrated Advanced Chiropractic Techniques. It was great. We made new friends. Everyone had a good time and learned a lot.
The objective of my teaching is to provide young and older chiropractors alike with the kind of program I would have been excited to attend. This was exactly that. We were a bit sad when it was over, but were energized and inspired to make the next one even better!
My teaching method is simple: See It – Feel It – Do It. This has proven to be a very effective and enjoyable way to teach technique intensive procedures and protocols. The proof is in the excitement and enthusiasm of not only the doctors in attendance but also of their wives.
Kiana and I were amazed that the wives stayed for the entire 5 day 40 hour program. We had thought that the wives would just stop in for an occasional visit and would spend most of their time touring our beautiful towns and villages, relaxing or shopping. Instead they stayed with the program and, like the doctors, were examined and treated. This was an added bonus because each provided a unique sampling of conditions to be addressed.
Another evidence of the enthusiasm of all those attending was that they didn’t even want to take a lunch break. They instead elected to stay and just snack on the organic fruits, nuts, cheese and crackers, hummus, guacamole, salsa, organic blue corn chips and other goodies that Kiana provided. The owner of our local hair salon even surprised us a scrumptious, homemade carrot cake that was a real hit. We did everything we could to make those five days enjoyable.
Some of the doctors had been in practice for more than 35 years and were feeling the effects on their bodies. They were hoping to learn techniques that would be physically easier on them, while getting better results for happier patients. Some also want to transition from insurance to cash practice. Which is what the Koch Protocols are are all about.The Koch Protocols for Integrated Advanced Chiropractic Techniques seminar excels at teaching both.
My protocols eliminate the repetitive motion stress and strain on the doctors’ bodies, allowing them to extend their careers rather than feeling forced to quit for the sake of their own health. My protocols consist of a number of advanced techniques, most of which can be done with the ArthroStim and VibraCussor electronic instruments. The important thing is that my examination and correction procedures wow the patients with results they can see and feel immediately. The Koch Protocols get quick results that patients recognize and are happy to pay for out of pocket. They also are eager to refer their family and friends.
All of my patients come to me as referrals from happy patients and other professionals. They know in advance I do not take insurance or process insurance forms. They come to me knowing that I am “different.” That is why they come to me. Because I am different. They are tired of the “same old, same old.”
Most every new patient I get has made the rounds of other DCs, MDs, and PTs. Many have had failed back surgeries. They come frustrated with their previous care and many have despaired of ever finding real help. Thankfully, I help the vast majority of them and it is very rewarding to be able to do that.
I want the doctors I instruct to experience the joy of true exceptionalism and the rewards it brings, while extending their careers without hurting themselves. That’s a win for both doctor and patient.
Kiana and I are already looking forward to our next Koch Protocols Seminar. It will be four days – June 8 through 11. We would love to have you join us for a unique practice experience.
To learn more and to register please call Kiana at 352-729-2678. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org