Maximized Living to Host a Training Event on Community Engagement

Maximized Living is hosting a one day training event in Chicago, IL, on April 6, 2013. Presented by Dr. Charles Majors and Dr. Ashly Ochsner, this training event will focus on the effective use of community dinners.

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(PRWEB) February 13, 2013

Maximized Living will host a training event for chiropractors focused on hosting community dinners to engage the community and grow their practices. The event is located in Chicago, IL, on Saturday, April 6, 2013.

Dr. Charles Majors, co-author of “The Cancer Killers,” will walk through the steps necessary to host a successful community dinner. Dr. Ashly Ochsner will help attendees better understand the link between community engagement and a thriving clinic.

Dr. Charles Majors has established five health-care clinics, one of which is among the largest natural clinics in the world. He consults and coaches doctors, patients and businesses on how to apply the principles of Maximized Living to their lives.

Dr. Ashly Ochsner has been leading people to healthy and fulfilling lives for over a decade. He is a Maximized Living doctor certified in nutrition, spinal correction, life management and the Sports Council. His clinic specializes in natural care for pediatric health conditions.

These expert speakers will help attendees:

  •         Experience a community dinner first hand
  •         Improve their ability to use the dinner to drive patients to their clinics
  •         Utilize techniques that build strong, lasting patient relationships
  •         Gain actionable knowledge on growing a clinic

Register for this event: http://www.maximizedliving.com/chicago

About Maximized Living:
Maximized Living offers a comprehensive health delivery system utilized by a network of hundreds of chiropractors and associated health care leaders. These doctors incorporate the 5 Essentials™ to identify root causes of health issues, remove interference and allow patients to build health, rather than mask or treat problems with medications and surgery.


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