Your Curriculum Vitae is your professional “story” and outlines your credentials. Your CV is the easiest way for another profession to “get to know you” and is a powerful tool to show off your training and expertise.  Post-Graduate training is a critical component of your marketability and without this document you are a single grain in a sea of sand. Learn why the CV is important and why spending your Continuing Education dollars in the right place can fill your office with MD referrals for the life of your practice. Many patients are searching for doctors and VERY few have an updated CV posted online for the public to view.  Credentials and experience are much more powerful than a website or fancy logo. This section will teach you WHY and give you the tools to build your CV and increase the members of the community that view it.  This section also contains information on creating a medical resident rotation in your office to promote chiropractic and your expertise.

What you have - more than you know

Academy of Chiropractic MD Referral Program  #2 CV & Credentials  #9 What You Have – MORE THAN YOU KNOW I had a very interesting experience last night and thought it would be a good idea for me to share that with you.  A surgical…

External Marketing

#2 CV and Credentials  #7 Your External Marketing Strategies May Be Destroying Your Practice And you wont even KNOW IT!   Last Thursday I had given a Continuing Medical Education to approximately 20 Nurse Practitioners and Medical Doctors…

Building Your Credentials

#1 CV and Credentials  #6 Building Your Credentials  Your Curriculum Vitae is not only the “story” of you professional carrier, it is the way that you PROVE that you know what you are talking about.  In the medical-legal world it is…

CV Placement - email

Dr. Owens,Did you say something about Dr. Josh's CV should be on the cover?-Pamela Pamela,no, his CV goes inside the binder in one of the pockets...either his or the other doctors in his office...he needs to send it to me first though -Dr.…

Be the BEST of the BEST in Chiropractic

#2 CV and Credentials  #5 Be the BEST of the BEST   Many doctors fall into a pattern of "good enough".  There are the doctors out there that incorrectly believe that they learned everything in chiropractic school which in turn causes them…

What I learned from the Medical Resident

  #2 CV and Credentials  #4 What I learned from the Medical Resident When the Family Practice Resident started in my office the first day, we sat and talked about 20 minute before the patients started.   In that conversation I learned…

Office Rotations

#2 CV and Credentials #2 Office Rotations When you are building your office (you should always be building), it is critical that you have a specific plan in mind.  An example of a specific plan is using other providers to build your office…

Press Release - Medical School Rotations

#2 CV and Credentials  #1 Immediate Press Release: First Medical School to Offer a Chiropractic Rotation Buffalo, NY, Thursday, September 8, 2011, William J Owens Jr DC, DAAMLP in conjunction with the State University of New York University…