Pediatric chiropractor, Dr. Christie Hafer, talks about her new practice lifestyle and “Operation Stay Healthy”
Dr. Christie Hafer, pediatric chiropractor from Idaho, speaks with ChiroTouch specialist Dr. Brian Blask, on “Operation Stay Healthy.” Parents bring their children in their Idaho family wellness practice for care with everything from colic, ear infections, constipation, asthma, allergies, ADHD, Sensory Processing, and Autism. In this webinar, Dr. Hafer talks about how she’s continuing to serve prenatal and pediatric care to families from all over the state, including others like Oregon, Washington, and Utah, and how the new environment has led to a new practice lifestyle.
- Going virtual
- Being social
- Getting personal
- Being efficient
- Staying productive
- Getting creative
In this webinar, you will learn how taking small steps in your practice can make a big impact. Dr. Hafer discusses changes she’s made in the following areas:
- Checking-in patients
- Removing toys from waiting room
- Scheduling appointments
- Cleaning frequency
- Maintaining wellness
About Guest Speaker, Dr. Christie Hafer
Dr. Christie Hafer, a pediatric + prenatal guru, is the only EPIC Pediatric Chiropractor in the State of Idaho. Her emphasis and specialty in prenatal and pediatric care is part of the Epic Pediatric Program that focuses care on getting and keeping kids healthy.
About ChiroTouch Host, Dr. Brian Blask
Dr. Brian Blask graduated magna cum laude from New York Chiropractic College in 2008. He served several years in a private practice in Syracuse, NY and four years selling medical equipment to chiropractors. Over the last four years, he has demonstrated the efficiencies and benefits of ChiroTouch to more than 1,000 chiropractic professionals. Currently, he lives in Syracuse, NY with his wife and 7 year old twins.
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