Osteopaths – get what you want from your practice
Our vision is to see every complementary health practitioner loving their work and achieving their goals.
Manage and grow your practice painlessly
Our osteopath coaching helps individual osteopaths and whole practice teams to identify what it is they want to achieve from running their own practice.
Painless Practice works with you to identify opportunities that will make your practice grow, whether it’s an initial start-up or an established practice with plenty of sell-on potential. How? By implementing the business management strategies you need to make this happen.
You can start your osteopath coaching with a practice review designed to get you thinking about what is (and isn’t) working in your practice, and what issues you need to look at – improved marketing, perhaps, or delivering a better experience for patients. Your investment is just £150.00 which is easily recouped from just a few extra treatments.
Use your practice review to explore where you are now, where you want your practice to go, and what needs to be done to get there by identifying actions you can carry out yourself.
This can be your springboard to an ongoing and profitable relationship with a business coach. In just a couple of scheduled telephone calls a month (one-to-ones, in-house training and public workshops are also available), our osteopath coaching will help you see your practice as a business, and consistently win more patients to improve your bottom line.
So why not give us a call now on 01491 659073 to arrange a free half-hour consultation?
Success doesn’t have to hurt!
Why choose Painless Practice?
Painless Practice works with osteopaths on improving their business management skills and effectiveness. We run regular workshops with the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) on the patient journey and on general practice development.
Partner James Butler is co-author (with Michael Watson, chief executive of the BOA) of the Business Development Handbook – Creating Osteopathic Value and lectures on business development to final-year osteopathy students at the College of Osteopaths, the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, the London School of Osteopathy and at other principle colleges and universities.
Following the BOA Convention Day session 2009, I realised I needed a kick up the bum – I received a very gracious kick but not a bruise! I got more out of this day as I had already had two conversations with Celia. The ground was already ploughed and ready for sowing.
- Jo Hyne, Bedford Osteopaths