Choosing Advisors

Many D.C.s discover that they need more than clinical skills as a practitioner. Whatever mode of practice you choose, it will be helpful to have a team of advisors to counsel you on the business side of practice. Their expertise can guide you along the way. Don't feel like you have to go it alone. Identify the team that can help you start, build and grow a successful practice.

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