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.
Consider the condition of the space, how it will be delivered, and tenant improvement allowance to decide which potential space to locate your next Chiropractic office in.
When planning your next Chiropractic office, location is one of the major decisions you will need to make. If you are starting a practice, adding an additional office, or considering moving locations, you will need to do some research to find the best site.
Over the many years we have worked with Chiropractors, we have identified 5 phases needed to build a new chiropractic office.
We believe that the front desk can have the most impactful WOW factor for your Chiropractic Office. But it must be functional, and in most locations it must meet ADA standards. Get the basics for designing a front desk that will meet most interpretations of the ADA standards.
Whether you’ve been in business for one or twenty-one years, marketing is essential to the success of your Chiropractic office. Here’s some suggestions for marketing your office online.
Learn about the two common processes for constructing a new Chiropractic office space: “design-bid-build” and “design-build”, and which would be more beneficial for your business to save time and money.
Our Chiropractic Office Design company is offering quarterly classes for up and coming Chiropractors about Developing the Chiropractic Office Environment to Life University and Palmer Florida students.
After you’ve defined the rooms you want in your new Chiropractic office, you need to determine the typical and most efficient flow through the space. Learn how a designer’s Bubble Diagram is used to develop the best layout.
Get ideas of what goes into Designing a Successful Chiropractic Practice from our article that was featured in Today’s Chiropractic Lifestyle magazine.
Read our White Paper about the benefits that Full Spectrum Lighting bring to your Chiropractic Office Design.
When starting your search for a new Chiropractic office location or considering expanding, before you begin, you need to know accurately how much square footage you need. Learn about typical sizes for your next Chiropractic office space.
Do you have a lease renewal coming up? Are you opening a new practice? Are you trying to decide whether to renew a lease or purchase a building of your own? Here are the answers to common questions that people have when planning for their new Chiropractic office space.
Chiropractors may wonder if their office design really matters if they are really good at what they do. Or if networking to get new patients is enough. We agree that networking and serving your clients well is an important foundation, but those two items are not enough.