If the growth and prosperity of your business is at the top of your New Years goals, consider the impact that your office environment is making on your success.

A well-designed office can help attract patients, recruit staff, and lower stress.

Attract Patients

Your office makes the first impression when a potential new patient walks in the door. Does its design represent your brand? Does it appeal to your ideal patient? As you’ve heard it said, “You never have a second opportunity to make a good first impression.”

A well-designed and updated space subconsciously speaks to a potential new patient that you are different, ahead of the curve, and that they are right where they need to be. And most importantly, it leads them to trust you.

Recruit Staff

You say you are wanting to grow and hiring the best associate out there who can take you to the next level.  But does your ambiance attract the best?

Lower Stress

When the efficiency and flow of your practice do not work, it drains energy from you, your staff, and your patients.  How much of that is impacted by your space?  What could you do with more energy?

We have many free resources that can help you.

Our 5 point designer checklist was written to help you look at your space from a designer’s perspective.

We also have multiple blogs that can help you look at your space and evaluate your needs including…

Designed for Success – Fresh Ideas for Attracting New Patients

Chiropractic Economics Article

Can a Face Lift Improve my Practice?

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3 Questions to Ask before Decorating your Chiropractic Office

Chiropractic Office Art

If you would like more help, we offer a facelift package which includes an evaluation and a comprehensive update incorporating fresh paint and furniture piece suggestions.  We have been helping elevate the Chiropractic profession for many years and would love to help you achieve your goals.

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Carolyn Boldt

With over 30 years of experience, Carolyn has gained complete understanding of every aspect of the commercial interior industry. Her experience includes turnkey, full-service architectural interior design; extensive program development studies (PDS), feasibility studies, design programs , planning studies and space planning; development of facility standards and master plans; creative impact statements for retail, hospitality and corporate; graphic identity packages; sustainable design; as well as complete facility start-ups and relocation management.

She has a Bachelors of Science – Interior Design, University of Texas at Austin, 1980, is a Registered Designer, a LEED Accredited Professional, NCIDQ Certified, and Professional Member of IIDA/International Interior Design Association and GAIDP/Georgia Association of Professional Interior Designers.