Managing a Multi-Location Practice while Focusing on PI Cases with Dr. Marc Gulitz
Join us for this webinar with Dr. Marc Gulitz, specializing in the rehabilitation of acute musculoskeletal injuries, most commonly experienced in auto accidents and work-related injuries in several practices in Maryland. Dr. Brian Blask of ChiroTouch interviews Dr. Gulitz on how he grew to a multi-location practice of eight and why he focuses on Personal Injury (PI) cases.
Personal Injury cases can be demanding, but it can also be rewarding. Attend this webinar with Dr. Gulitz as he elaborates on the following topics:
- Cash flow management and the business side of things
- Focusing on PI patients and cases
- Taking copious notes for PI by utilizing ChiroTouch
- The importance of forming relationships with Attorneys and other Chiropractors
- How to grow to a multi-location practice
- Managing eight locations in a fickle environment
- COVID-19 affects for Chiropractors in Maryland
About Guest, Dr. Marc Gulitz
Dr. Marc Gulitz specializes in the rehabilitation of acute musculoskeletal injuries, most commonly experienced in auto accidents and work related injuries. He founded Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic in Baltimore, Maryland in 2012, which has flourished into one of the fastest growing physical medicine practices in the state of Maryland.
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.
ChiroTouch provides this information with the understanding that authors or speakers are not experts in finance, regulatory policy or law. ChiroTouch shares this information to the best of our knowledge and experience. The information is subject to change as the COVID-19 crisis evolves.