From the President - Dr. Jeff Scholten
April is upon us; as we move from the darkness of winter to spring’s promise of renewal and warmth, we must remember that there are billions of people unaware of their own restorative capacity. Upper cervical care provides a link to that innate capability within a human being. The responsibility lies with us, and by optimizing our practices’ success, we shed this light in our community.
Remember, we are stronger together, and we need to engage as fully as possible with the process of our own practice success. As the first quarter of the year draws to a close, reflect on the achievements conceptualized in your Strategic Plan. Is the care you are delivering to your patients optimized? How is your practice performing? Is your team elevated by your leadership? Are you pushing hard enough to meet your targets and goals? To help you with all of these things and more, a smorgasbord of potential practice building information at UCHCcommunity.com is at your disposal; a fabulous coordinated website in UpperCervicalCare.com, monthly masterminding opportunities, and online boot-camps (both past and future available) to name a few - the resources are there for you to optimize your practice.
This year’s September corporate planning meeting will be combined with an in-person mastermind boot-camp. This exciting opportunity will be exclusively available to UCHC members and affiliates; we hope you will attend and benefit from the camaraderie that having a shared vision allows. Individually we can change our community, but together we can change the world. Thank you for being a part of this vision!
Dr. Jeff Scholten
UCHC 2nd Qtr Boot Camp
Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 10:00am - 1:00pm EDT
THIS BOOT CAMP IS OPEN TO EVERYONE
Basic & Enhanced Affiliates are encouraged to attend this 3 hour Boot Camp. This information is too good not to share with our entire Upper Cervical family!
Dr. Kerry Johnson
Teeya Scholten PhD, (R.Psych) - Personality Types
Dr. Bill Davis - Marketing
UCHC has been a leader in collaboration within the Upper Cervical community for the majority of the last decade. Authors of this blog will be doctors in the organization who want to share helpful tips and insights to grow the UC Community.