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After Hours Clinic Visit Program 

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The best place to learn does not always take place in the classroom. 
Learning from field doctors opens up a world of possibilities to chiropractic students. 

The After Hours Clinic Visit Program allows a small group of students the opportunity to visit Parker alumni clinics; speak with field doctors and their staffs in a relaxed, casual atmosphere and find out what works in the “real world.” By visiting local clinics, students can see how a clinic is set up, ask questions about office billing, advertising, hiring employees, or other related topics and begin to envision what their future will be like. As the practicing chiropractor you may choose to focus the visit based on your expertise about practice management, patient retention, business management, or to simply allow the evening to remain open for questions and answers. 

Students and recent graduates - stop by the Office of Alumni Relations (S-209) to sign up to attend.

Winter 2014 After Hours Clinic Visits  

Thursday, January 30
6:30pm, Grapevine

Dr. Perkins

 Janelle Perkins, DC '04
Alpha Wellness Center

Nutrution-Based Wellness Clinics Part I: Cash-Only

As one of 7 chiropractors in her family, Dr. Janelle Perkins has experienced all facets of the profession. After working as a nutritional consultant for Standard Process and running a successful wellness clinic in Phoenix, she returned to Texas and opened Alpha Wellness Center, a chiropractic office with a specialty in nutrition and nutritional supplements. Dr. Perkins will share with you how her previous roles helped lead her to success and how she maintains a thriving cash-only wellness clinic.

Tuesday, February 11
6:30pm, Highland Village

  Dr. Martz

 Michelle Martz, DC '93
Trinity Wellness Center, P.C.


Nutrition-Based Wellness Clinics Part II: Success with Insurance

Dr. Michelle Martz opened Trinity Wellness Center, P.C. in 1996 and has been providing natural healing and wellness to the North Texas area ever since. As a wellness center, in addition to chiropractic treatment, Dr. Martz and her staff provide massage therapy, nutrition counseling, acupuncture, and more. Join us and hear how she has acquired additional credentials as a CCN, DCBCN, DACBN, CTN and managed to successfully blend cash and insurance services to expand services to patients, and gain a better understanding of how it can work to your advantage as well as financially assist your patients.

 

  Monday, March 3 
 7pm, Dallas

  dr. hooten

Brian Hooten, DC '00
Hooten Family Chiropractic

How to Tailor Your Practice to Meet Your Patient Volume

Since graduation, Dr. Hooten has built a successful clinic with a large weekly client base by utilizing community outreach and referrals. He served as the team doctor in the 2012 Olympic Games in London and volunteer as the S.O.U.L. Homeless Ministry Health Care Team Administrator. Dr. Hooten's clinic is organized to offer the most efficient and best care possible to his patients. Come hear how he frequently modified his clinic to better-serve his evolving patients, and important tips to keep patient volume high without compromising quality.

 

 

Sample schedule for the evening:

  • 6pm – Clinic closes
  • 6:15pm – Students arrive
  • 6:15pm – Meet & greet with DC & clinic staff, brief tour of facility
  • 6:30pm – Presentation by alumna/us & CA staff
  • 6:45pm – Q&A
  • 7:45pm – Students leave - program ends

This program is an outstanding opportunity to share your personal experiences or expertise on one topic or a variety of topics. By participating, you and your staff provide a group of future chiropractors with a better understanding of the profession and allow them to learn outside the walls of academia. 

To express interest in participating, please complete the interest formPDF or contact the Parker University Office of Alumni Relations at 888.PR.ALUMS or askalumni@parker.edu.