December 7, 2016

How we saved our office $34,282 a year

By Tristan Schaub In Chiropractic Success, Chiropractic Technology, Practice Management

Sick of wasting money in your office? Come to ChiroSushi Summit to make more, save more and make life easier.


I live by three rules when it comes to business.

  1. You make me money
  2. You save me money
  3. You make my life easier

I’m excited to share a ton of my ideas through ChiroSushi and the real meat at ChiroSushi Summit.

Here are 5 ways I saved my practice a ton of cash in less than 90 days.

1. I found out where we were wasting money.

So the very first thing I had to do was find out where I was spending money monthly. As a proactive marketer with a trigger friendly hand with the office credit card, I was amazed at how much I was wasting when I utilized TrueBill.

Maybe you forgot to cancel a free trial?

Maybe you signed up for something you used once?

Or maybe you are paying for two of the same things!

I was guilty on all three!

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Know exactly what charges you’re receiving every month from paid subscriptions like Netflix and gym memberships to recurring bills and utilities like Comcast or AT&T. See the full list of services we’ve identified.Request Truebill to cancel any unwanted or fraudulent subscriptions in a matter of seconds. Our cancellation agents will manage the entire cancellation process for you, for free! Stay informed, notified, and on top of your finances with Truebill’s subscription tracking tools. Truebill will instantly notify you of changes to your subscriptions and recurring bills.

After a week of clean up, I was able to take off $653 A MONTH in reoccurring charges.

2. I switched credit card processors

One of the charges I kept seeing on my monthly statements was for merchant services. This led me to investigate our current vendor and start taking applicants for the next.

The vendor I found that was able to provide phenomenal customer and service, the lowest & fair rates and the ability to keep credit cards on file was a company called: Chosen Payments

With their services, I was able to save my office over $6,000 a year.

We love Chosen Payments so much we invited them to be our exclusive Credit Card Processor for the ChiroSushi Summit. Did you know they are giving away FREE passes in exchange for an educational consult? Just email us at: and we’ll arrange it all for you!

3. Then switched to internet phone

Another bill that just ate away at our bottom line was our business phone with one of the big leaders of the industry.

We switched to a company called Ring Central, which allowed us many more options at a fraction of the price.

One of the ways I utilized their services was with my print advertising and setting up a separate voicemail exclusively that collaborated with our call to action for some of our ads.

The annual savings with switching to Ring Central added up to $3636.

4. We also moved to Amazon Prime for buying office supplies

Not only are the shipping options better but the amount of savings was well over $1800 for the year for things like paper and more intricate office items.

5. We hired an answering service…and fired a team member

We just couldn’t justify paying someone $15 an hour to work re-care calls and answer rollover calls.

We found a great answering service that would pick up rollover calls with our trained messaging. This also helped to weed out what was important and the overwhelming amount of “We can make you #1 on Google calls.”

The service emails us all the call data and only interrupts with urgent calls.

The savings have amounted to almost $15,000 a year.

We then took those savings to invest in technology that automated other processes.

Hopefully, this helps.

And hopefully you take some of these savings to help reinvest in your practice and personal development


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