This podcast is a MUST listen if you are in the health and wellness profession. Please forward this to anyone you know who would benefit from learning how to grow their business with out having a brick and mortar space.
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I had a great time talking with Debra Akinson and other women talking about how to grow their fitness business. Check out this interview HERE.
Mild swelling will usually go away on its own. Home treatment may help relieve symptoms. Swelling and pain are very common with injuries. When you have swelling, you should look for other symptoms of injury that may need to be evaluated by your doctor. If you have a medical condition that may cause swelling, follow your doctor’s instructions on how to treat your swelling. Below are tips you can do to help reduce and/or eliminate swelling.
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It is important to ask the right questions when looking for a new doctor. This list is not exhaustive. Ask to speak with the office manager if you cannot ask the doctor these questions.
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Most of the times after you’ve been discharged from the hospital or physical therapy, your body is still in need of specialized attention. You’re not quite sure what to do because you’ve gone through all the known protocols of recovery, but you’re still in pain and your body is not back to its normal self at this point. The next best step is Medical Exercise Training (MET). The experience is intimate and the benefits are endless. Here are a few more reasons why MET is the next best step for you:
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The middle of the month is the time when I conduct physical assessments for my clients. It is also when I take measurements and perform a series of tests to assess how my prescribed exercise has impacted their body. I also take vitals, which include weight and blood pressure. I have a secret to share with you-I have a dual purpose of checking their blood pressure. Yes, of course of I want to screen out any potential cardiovascular disorders but I also want to acquire their target heart rate (THR). The THR is the secret sauce that I used optimize a client’s workout program
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I recently attended a networking meeting and was asked “who is a good referral for you?” It's a simple question but why was it so difficult to obtain?! At first it seemed like an obvious answer-“Heck, I need injured people who want to exercise!” But that was not completely true, I was not looking for any type of client, I was looking for someone who had the means, interest and need for my type of services. Does this sound like you? Well, let's now talk about how to get (and give) a great referral. Read below for the key points to help your contacts connect you to potential clients and/or customers and differentiate yourself from the crowd.
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I recently attended a networking meeting and I realized that I need to tighten up my elevator pitch. I needed to dig deep and think about how to make me and my services sound clear, complete and concise. The key to any pitch is to explain who you are, what you do, and how you do it. Below is my elevator pitch:
My name is Denise Lee and I am a medical exercise specialist (Who I am) I provide safe and effective exercise programs for those with medical conditions.
My goal is the help clients increase their mobility and reduce pain (What I do)
I follow a protocol based exercise programs in conjunction with consult with the client's medical team to manage the client's condition with exercise. Exercise is my sole modality (How I do it it)
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