The Debt Deception


Whether you’re a first year DC or a 21st year, there’s a secret enemy lurking in your office that is eating away at you, your practice, and your life: it’s called debt. If you’re an associate or a solo practitioner accepting meager income and you already realize your situation is toxic, this will speak to your soul. At TNR we are always promoting “healthier people = healthier planet”, offering more than simply adult, musculoskeletal care, and practicing the way you want to, but we want to speak to you directly and bluntly about FINANCES!

Let’s put our business hats on for a moment

Thinking that you can pay off existing debt while you’re barely making enough to cover your cost of living is simply a fallacy, an illusion. You’re adding to your debt every week you practice; in other words you are hemorrhaging money. Thinking a spouse will rescue you from your debt will put a huge strain on your relationship, if not end it. Your only way out is to exponentially increase your current income. And for that, you’re going to need help. That’s where we come in.

Let’s talk about debt, baby


If you take the average income of a year one DC and multiply this by 3, 5, or even 10 time, you now have a sustainable strategy, and not a fallacy or illusion. It truly blows us away that DCs use professionals in all other areas of their lives, such as CPAs, lawyers, and home inspectors, but think something as important as their future income earning potential can be achieved alone, without accountability, expertise or having that special relationship in their lives…it’s nuts!

Isolation kills more DCs than debt!

Going it alone often signals that you just don’t have it in you to climb out of your debt situation. Perhaps you think it will get better with time, or that things will get better on their own. Our program is specifically designed not to appeal to everyone. It’s designed for DCs who are willing and able to invest in themselves – DCs who truly want to climb out of the swamp of debt and start living a great life. If you aren’t willing to invest in your future, your patients won’t be willing to invest in you and they will all tell you the same thing: “I can’t afford it!”

To get output, you need input

That’s just simple math. If you want to get something out of practice, you’ve got to put something into it; but more importantly, you’ve got to put something into yourself. The success of your practice is contingent upon your success, not as a great adjuster or top notch practitioner, but as someone who can communicate health and Chiropractic fully to your patients. When you start to invest in yourself and learn the things they didn’t teach you about in school, that’s when you start attracting patients that invest in you too. So what are you waiting for? It’s time that you and your practice stopped just surviving and started thriving.