How To Work With Other Associate Osteopaths
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Being an associate Osteopath working in an Osteopathic clinic with other associates can be challenging. If you’re struggling to build a patient list as an associate Osteopath, read on!
This blog will cover one of the most common challenges associate Osteopaths face: how can you market yourself in someone else’s clinic without stepping on anyone’s toes?
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1- Working With Your Osteopathy Principle
I’ve already covered problems within this including How To Get Your Osteopathy Principle Onside With Your Marketing Ideas. It’s important to complete this step as bringing new ideas and possible positive changes to your principle can demonstrate that you’re an integral part of the practice.
From now on, let’s assume that the principle is good for you and the other associates to do as they wish.
2- Try Having Regular Meetings
If you’ve got a few ideas, but you’re concerned about not including other associates, try this.
Teamwork and unity create great clinics. One solution is to run the concept by your principle first and actively encourage the idea of everyone meeting together to include everyone. Then you come across as a team player, wanting to see everyone thrive. Furthermore, it gives people a chance to not take part.
Take a look at How Important Meetings Are For Successful Osteopathic Clinics.
What if clinic meetings are not going to be a part of the clinic?
There is no reason why you and the other associates can’t take the lead and meet with each other, or talk via group chat, to discuss your plans. You don’t have to meet in the clinic every time. Make it interesting every month by choosing different places!
3- Communication Is Key
It’s all about actually talking and listening to what everyone is saying. If you all feel that you can talk openly and share the workload, then everyone is far more likely to thrive.
Decide between you who’s responsible for what based on each other’s strengths. If there’s an area of marketing an Osteopathic clinic someone is not strong at, ensure you all take it on together.
On a side note, don’t gossip. This seems obvious, but it’s an easy trap to get into before you even realise. Staying away from gossip builds your trustworthiness and reputation. Do this successfully and trust your opinion when suggesting innovative marketing ideas for the clinic.
Osteohustle was created to provide Osteopaths the tools they need to learn how to be great marketers. We want to show the Osteopathic community that marketing can be easy, ethical, and effective.
Osteopathy is in desperate need of a shakeup, and that starts with you. I’m here to empower you to take control of your brand, clinic, and marketing. We need to come together as Osteopaths and communicate how incredible Osteopathy can be.
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About Alan Zaia M.Ost
Osteopath, ethical Osteopathy business advice, motivation, self driven all delivered with a British accent. From creating the perfect patient experience and creative clinic marketing to patient-generating websites, Google Ads and stunning social media, you’ll find me here, at the beach or on a call making Osteopaths create their perfect work:life balance. Keep up if you can!
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I Know You Can Do It Because I Did
When I started out, I had barely any budget, knowledge or experience.
Now, I’m teaching hundreds of Osteopaths all over the world how easy it is to spread the word about themselves and the clinic they work in. Above all, I know you can learn how simple the process is too.