Stay Engaged with Patients Virtually with Dr. Ron Simms - Chirotouch

Dr. Ron Simms, speaks with ChiroTouch specialist, Dr. Brian Blask, on the importance of staying in communication with patients, and how he keeps his patients engaged during these challenging times of social distancing. Dr. Ron Simms discusses helpful tips on his best practices in ways of communicating with patients and staff members through emails, social posts, video conferences, and phone calls when in-person interaction is limited.


About Guest Speaker, Dr. Ron Simms

Dr. Ron Simms is a 12-year ChiroTouch customer and is the founder of Back to Health Chiropractic, and a believer of utilizing the chiropractic approach that focuses on identifying and correcting the cause of individual’s health problems. He is a passionate health educator and life coach to his clients and community, placing an emphasis on whole food nutrition counseling and personalized rehabilitation instruction. As a health and wellness expert he has become a regular teacher and coach to over 50 greater Sacramento companies, community organizations, schools and churches. He is an active member of the CCA and CORE Sacramento.


About Host, Dr. Brian Blask

Dr. Brian Blask graduated magna cum laude from New York Chiropractic College in 2008. He served several years in a private practice in Syracuse, NY and four years selling medical equipment to chiropractors. Over the last four years, he has demonstrated the efficiencies and benefits of ChiroTouch to more than 1,000 chiropractic professionals. Currently, he lives in Syracuse, NY with his wife and 7 year old twins.


ChiroTouch provides this information with the understanding that authors or speakers are not experts in finance, regulatory policy or law. ChiroTouch shares this information to the best of our knowledge and experience. The information is subject to change as the COVID-19 crisis evolves.

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