Leveraging Technology and Research in Subluxation-Based Practice
In an era marked by technological innovation and ever-evolving healthcare needs, how does chiropractic care fit in? How can the benefits of this ancient practice be harnessed and advanced through modern technology? These are some of the intriguing questions we explore in our latest episode of Genesis Nation, featuring an enlightening conversation with Dr. Joe Betz, a leading figure in subluxation-based chiropractic.
A passionate advocate for research-based chiropractic care, Dr. Betz is an active contributor to the field’s evolving landscape. He shares invaluable insights about the challenges facing the profession, from intra-professional polarities to attempts to limit chiropractic practices. The battle is global, with various factions seeking to curtail chiropractors’ ability to utilize specific techniques and tools, such as X-rays for evaluating spinal subluxation and alignment.
Yet, hope prevails. Through relentless research and the strategic use of technology, Dr. Betz has been able to make significant strides in his practice. He emphasizes the value of supporting chiropractic research, particularly in subluxation-based chiropractic, and credits the growth and efficiency of his practices to the leveraging of robust software systems like Genesis.
Genesis, in particular, has been a game-changer for him, streamlining the entire spectrum of operations, from documentation to billing and coding. The system’s high functionality, backed by an exceptionally responsive team, offers an unrivaled service that empowers chiropractors to focus on what matters most—patient care.
As the healthcare sector continues to evolve, so does chiropractic care. With two successful practices under his belt, Dr. Betz is planning to open more satellite offices, thanks to the power of technology.
In this insightful conversation, Dr. Betz also pays tribute to his mentors, their work ethics, and their vision for subluxation-based chiropractic. He urges his fellow practitioners to stay resilient in the face of challenges, and above all, to strive for a future where chiropractic care is more efficient, evidence-based, and patient-centered.
Watch the video to learn more about how technology and research can revolutionize chiropractic care, and do share your thoughts in the comments below!