How I made $200K a year doing DOT physicals, drug tests, more….
Doc, Why would you ignore an easy to add service to your existing practice that can make you an income of over $10,000 a day? I have made over $200K in Occupational services (DOT Physicals, drug screens, alcohol testing, hearing testing, DNA testing, Pulmonary Function Testing with a spirometer, Fit testing of respirators, and more…..) IN ADDITION TO MY REGULAR CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES each of the last 3 years. It’s good that 90% of the work can be done by a trained assistant while you do chiropractic. Better yet, it is all paid by employers, not insurance. Best of all, it’s CASH! No insurance, no audits, no refunds. I have proof in the form of checks, many over $5000, several over $10,000, and two over $20,000, for only 1-3 days of work, in which I only spent 3-4 hours of my time. My assistants did the rest. Don’t believe me? Here’s the proof!
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The LAX seminar in September was a rousing success! The group was very enthusiastic and left with a great deal of information and excitement about implementing what they had learned when they get back into the office on Monday.
Some of the comments about the seminar were:
“At noon on Saturday of the 2 day seminar, it had already paid for itself” … Dr. VC
“It was very informative and I know is going to help my practice grow”…Dr. TM
“The seminar was very conscientious” … Dr. DB
It is really rewarding for us to have people show so much appreciation for what we provide. We look forward to seeing you at our next seminar!
The Team at OccMed Seminars
“Occupational Medicine encompasses any services concerned with the safety and well being of workers. The government requires that these services to be done to protect employees, and the care is paid for by companies or select individuals with no insurance involved.
This type of work is available to DCs, even in small towns. It brings with it a certain prestige, and once you’ve earned a solid reputation, the companies you serve with occupational medicine will eventually ask you to be their company doctor for work injuries. Chiropractors-are you listening yet?”……….Read more HERE!
The OccMed Seminar has been approved by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners for continuing education for Chiropractors. Day One of the seminar gives you 2 hours towards Group A – Mandatory, and 6 hours towards General Subject Categories. Day Two of the seminar gives you 2 hours towards Group A – Mandatory, and 6 hours towards General Subject Categories.
Chiropractors requirements are:
CCR SECTION 361 (e) CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
24 hours of Continuing Education is required for licensees expiring on or after June 8, 2013
Pursuant to the 24 hour requirement:
- 2 hours must be completed in: Ethics and Law
- 4 hours must be completed in any one of, or combination of the following subject categories: History Taking and Physical Examination Procedures, OR Chiropractic Adjustive Techniques, OR Chiropractic Manipulation Techniques, OR Ethical Billing and Coding
- 18 hours may be completed in General Subject Categories
- A maximum of twelve (12) continuing education hours may be completed through distance learning
Taking both days of this seminar gives you your 4 hours of Group A for History Taking and Physical Examination Procedures. Plus, you get 12 hours of your General Subject Categories. So register to join us today!