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According to Pew Research Center, millennials (those born between 1981 and 1997) are now the largest living generation in the United States with a count of 75.4 million. More than 30% of millennials have transitioned into the role of parenthood accounting for the vast majority of U.S. births – 82% to be exact. With this increasing consumption of prenatal healthcare among millennials, what can your chiropractic clinic do to be more attractive to this burgeoning patient group? In this webinar with guest Dr. Cathy Wendland-Colby we will examine the persona profile of millennial parents, their needs and expectations when it comes to prenatal care, and strategies you can use to better care for these growing families.

Attend this webinar to learn:

• Facts about this patient group (hint, they are more likely to be older, unmarried, and work full-time) and changes you can make to better accommodate them

• Why more people are thinking about their fertility health

• The 3 surprising things millennial moms want from their healthcare providers

 

This is a must-watch webinar. Register today!

 

About Dr. Cathy Wendland-Colby

Dr. Cathy Wendland-Colby is an international empowerment speaker, health and fitness advocate, and personal growth, leadership and speaking coach. She is well known for her mastermind and accountability groups created to support and empower women professionals as they grow their businesses, raise families and reach new levels of personal and financial success. Dr. Cathy works with professionals and businesswomen through Women’s Voices Matter, an online coaching program designed to teach women the tools and strategies to find their voice, step up and lead. She is the Vice President of Programming for the League of Chiropractic Women, serves on the board of the Georgia Council on Chiropractic, is adjunct faculty at Life University and practices in Woodstock, Georgia.

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