Academy of Chiropractic Personal Injury & Primary Spine Care Program
Quickie Consult 1081
Curriculum Vitae 43 CV
Preamble: Many of the issues I bring to you are very small, yet each issue is just that, an issue. If you take care of the small issues, then you will be able to build and more importantly, focus on the bigger issues...a larger practice and more family time. -Mark Studin 2006
"Where do I start to build my credentials (1)?"
Dr. Studin: what was your question again?
Guest Doctor: What's the best way to build up my CV?
Dr. Studin: Okay. There're two things. Number one, the first thing you need to do. You're ready?
Guest Doctor: Yup.
Dr. Studin: Okay. I want you to go to the US Chiropractic directory and get a preferred listing.
Guest Doctor: Okay. Done that.
Dr. Studin: Okay, then there's a CV builder in that program and the preferred site. Um, and what you're going to do is start building your CV online. Now, I don't care if you only have name, address, phone number, what school you went to. Do you will understand what propagating search engines means?.
Guest Doctor: Yes.
Dr. Studin: For those who don't, because we're on a recorded line, let me just tell you all sort of makes sure we're on the same page. Um, when you go to Google, Google has to see your website and when you put information on for the first time, the web, the search engines have to call every single of the billions of websites in the world. Okay? It's got to see everything. And it can often take a few weeks to see your particular entry. Now every time you add another article, it's another area for the website to see. So, the way we've engineered the a US chiropractic directories, every entry name, one article address, another article, a phone number, another article, a license, where did you go to school? Everything is a separate article. So, each of those entries is a separate article on a separate item for the search engines to see, once it gets propagated, then every time you add something, you can see it much quicker.
Now the fallacy is that organically, the more it sees you, the more you move up organically, meaning you move up to the top of the search engine. Now, if you're in New York City or Miami or Chicago or San Francisco or Los Angeles, there's a gazillion people. But if you're in Leighton Montana where there's not a whole lot of population, then what happens is, it does move you up organically because there's not a lot of competition competing for that same listing. But when there's, you know, a thousand people with your same listening type a chiropractor, male, DC, you know, your city and there's a lot of people, Google forces you to pay, and that’s why they became $1 billion company. Google forces you to pay to move you up that search engine. So, but organically we're going to move you up anyhow.
So, you want to do that and then you have to pay Google to get up higher. So, it all depends where you're located, but nonetheless, you want to be high up in the search engine. Now with that being said, the first thing you have to do is read your consultation. Don't care about your citations for the most part at the moment. However, you should be on the clinical grand rounds that we have every Thursday, with that clinical grand rounds, it starts to add citations every week for you to send to your referral sources. Now once you finish reading the first six sections of the consultations, um, then you start taking, you go to becoming a trauma team member. Okay. Now if you go to the website, you will see become a trauma team member and the curriculum is on there. There are 10 courses and the courses are going to change shortly by the way, new courses are coming out.
So, you start with the PI bootcamps have an MRI spine and then spinal biomechanical engineering. But PI bootcamp has, I believe seven citations. The MRI spine, that's 12 citations. So once you start taking those courses and you go right down the list and order, cause I put the curriculum after you, you're going to have the equivalent of about eight or nine pages or 10 pages of courses on your CV that say you build it. But you don't start with the academics until you read the first six sections of the consultations. And that's the first six and the first one. But all of them. And if you want to get to your courses faster, just read faster. But don't put the cart before the horse because you won't get as much out of them if you don't follow the curriculum.
But in the meantime, you could do the clinical grand rounds every Thursday and that'll give you a citation a week. And every single time we have a live program that we'd do them multiple times and they are either in person and they're in New York always, because we have medical folks join us and I can't get an a neurosurgeon and neuro radiologist and avascular a neurologist, you know, to travel. So it's always here. You always come and you get four citations for that. Last weekend we had a live primary spine care program. They were four citations so that you always attend the live stuff and that fills in your citations also. Holy Moly. Can I take a breath now?
Guest Doctor: Yup.
Dr. Studin: Did I answer your questions? Anything else?
Guest Doctor: Nope.
Dr. Studin: Later alligator. Have Fun, right? Thanks. Bye.