How to Use Video to Engage Your Patients & Grow Your Practice
Dr. Mark Sanna
Communication is becoming more digital, and more visual, every day. Video is rapidly becoming the preferred way for chiropractic practices to increase online visibility, convey expertise, and engage and educate new and existing patients. With the increase in smartphone cameras, as well as easy-to-use video editing and distribution options, video has become a highly affordable option for promoting your chiropractic practice. According to the National Research Corporation, are 50 times more likely to appear on Google’s first page results than sites without video content. Chiropractic practices can use video in a variety of ways. This session offers seven ideas and examples to get you started.
Speaker: Mark Sanna, DC, ACRB, Level II, FICC
Many people go through life and never experience their true calling. Dr. Mark Sanna is one of the few to find his absolute life's work. Dr. Sanna the CEO of Breakthrough Coaching is an international health care practice management consulting firm that teaches an outcome-based, functionally oriented system of procedures that focuses on preparing health care providers to become the providers of the Prevention and Wellness services driving healthcare reform today. He is a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors, a Foundation for Chiropractic Progress board member, and the Finance Committee chairman for the Chiropractic Summit.
This lecture was provided by Breakthrough Coaching.
*Note: THIS CLASS IS NOT FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION. FCA Member cost for this course is FREE, Non-Members is $15. Members, make sure you are logged in to receive this discount. Any questions, email email@example.com
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