This article was written for and published in ChiroEconomics magazine. For more information from ChiroEconomics see their site https://www.chiroeco.com/ Understand the legal requirements for services, then work toward an easily cleanable space with your modern office design Have you thought about adding or expanding your services to include integrative health care? If so, there are a few […]
Design is never timeless; instead it evolves with cultural influences. On average, design style will “date” every seven years. A designer’s goal is to stay ahead of the curve so that designs have the longest “staying” power for your office. it is the same for interior design for holistic healthcare offices. When designing your office, […]
At the beginning of every season, whether is be new year or start of the school year, most people sit down to make a list of goals for their business. Unfortunately, just as often, people give up on those goals within weeks of making them. If you’re ready to achieve your office goals, keep reading! So […]
Accurate as‐builts will result in a much better design and will save you cost and headaches in the future.
Some pros and cons regarding stained concrete flooring.
When you are planning a new Chiropractic clinic space, it’s important to be aware of the American Disabilities Act (ADA) rules for restrooms.
We’ve been asked often how we design the install of a wall-mounted Pettibon System® Repetitive Cervical Traction Units in a Chiropractic Therapy space – so thought we should do a blog on it! This is from a designer’s point of view, looking at what is required of the space planning, construction and finishes. We hope this will give you some […]
When deciding how to brand your Chiropractic office environment, remember to accentuate your logo. The paint colors, textures, and materials you choose should also compliment your logo to convey the image you would like to portray, which includes your brand, culture, and identity.
Dr. Ochsner came to us needing help on deciding between three different office spaces that he had found ranging from 1590 to 2400 square feet. We worked with him to space plan each one to meet his needs, building in unique elements that really spoke to his branding to help him make an informed decision.
Many customers wonder how we can assist them even though we’re in another state. Our process is not bound by physical limitations! While we are in Georgia, some of our recent clients have been in South Carolina, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Colorado, and even Washington and California.
Dr. Eric Blundy shared that the process of opening a new office was a learning experience for him, and suggested “everybody needs to have realistic expectations on how long it takes to put this together. A lot of things come up with designing that you want to make sure are done correctly the first time”.
Choosing the right color for your office is essential for setting the stage for your practice. Color and styles “date” every 7 years, so it’s best to be on the front end of the color trend so that your “dating” is prolonged. We are in total agreement with what the major paint companies are saying… The color of the year for 2016 is white.
After working with Dr. Bobby Fisher to design his new office, we interviewed him on how it was to work with our firm. His new facility had been open for a month when we talked with him.
This second interview with Scott Boldt, President and CFO of CrossFields, Inc. is designed to answer the questions we hear from many chiropractors when planning the budget for the build out of their office space.
Get answers to the questions we hear from many chiropractors when planning the budget for the build-out of their new office space.
Tips on selecting and installing art to make your next Chiropractic office look polished and finished.
Art and accessories should reflect the image and culture that is driving your market. Your goal is to get your patients into “the zone”: to know you, to like you and to trust you. You should focus on the theme of each zone and the art needed to complement that theme.
The art and accessories for your office do not have to be expensive but they are necessary to give it that finished appeal. Learn how much to include in your budget for them and some ideas on where to get art and accessories.
They were told by everybody not to hire a designer for their first practice- it was a ‘luxury’. “But, now that it’s done, I do not feel like it is a luxury. I think the cost was necessary, not an option.”
When you start planning the vision for a new practice space, begin by collecting pictures. These inspiration photos will allow you to visually describe what you are looking for in your new office design.