Oct 30, 2004, 00:31
We are pleased to announce that Phyllis Frase has joined our firm.
|Phyllis A Frase
Some of you know her from her work with the Parker Seminars where she
has been a team teacher since 1998. Maybe you or your staff have
heard her at a state convention in Georgia, Maine, Tennessee, South
Dakota, Kentucky, or Wisconsin, where she frequently lectures and
provides staff training. Ms. Frase has also worked with the Family
Practice, a national chiropractic seminar company.
has her BA in Business Administration from North Georgia University and
has been working in and for the chiropractic profession since 1991.
Originally from Atlanta, she now lives in northern Wisconsin and has
two beautiful daughters, Katie and Erin.
We are excited
about the skills, experience, and motivation she brings to our company
and the offices with which she will be working. Combining her
familiarity with patients and staff as an office manager with her
skills and experience in lecturing and coaching offices throughout the
country, Phyllis is uniquely qualified to help any office that wants to
grow. Dynamic and intelligent, she is a true advocate for chiropractic
and a loyal and hard worker for its doctors and staff. Like any good
consultant, she also calls it likes she sees it.
encourage you to give her a call, or email her if you are interested in
improving your practice. For an easy and fast response, her contact
information is below, or you can fax this letter back to us (no cover
required), and she will contact you at your convenience. She would be
happy to discuss your practice situation with you and offer some tips
with no obligation or charge.
In addition to our yearlong
programs, Phyllis will also be available for special staff training
sessions in your office. These will be scheduled for half day or full
Sample In-Office Staff Training Topics:
Mastering the Chiropractic Marketing Magnet
you market your office today differs from the way you marketed
chiropractic in the past. Before you can market your chiropractic
office, your staff must first understand the psychology of marketing. This refreshing approach to marketing will help teams communicate chiropractic in a way that speaks the chiropractic truth without the hard sales and high pressure techniques. These ideas are fun, low cost, and will attract the patients that pay, stay, and refer to your practice.
The New Patient Experience
new patients into your chiropractic philosophy and procedures is
critical for the continued success of your office. Ms. Frase will cover specific procedures for C.A.'s, giving them the “hows” of helping new
patients understand the big picture of chiropractic. This presentation
will build confidence and procedures in the areas of scheduling, collections, patient education, communication, and most importantly, the art of retention and referral opportunities that builds and drives a successful practice.
Email Phyllis: Phyllis@pmaworks.com
Call Phyllis: (715) 614-2052 (mobile)
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