When you are planning a new Chiropractic clinic space, it’s important to be aware of the American Disabilities Act (ADA) rules for restrooms.
In the spirit of National Nutrition Month, we’ve rounded up our favorite ways you can display your retail product in your office.
It has been quite the journey, and we are so happy to announce that Vadette’s house is finally finished!
When you are considering Landlord provided services versus a Design Team, who can serve you best?
Fresh Ideas for Attracting New Patients as featured in this month’s Chiropractic Economics magazine.
We believe yes – See how an office refresh impacted this established Chiropractor’s business.
Are you interested in knowing what the color trends will be for next year?
We will be at the Georgia Chiropractic Association’s 104th Annual Conference October 21st-23rd. We would love to meet you!
CrossFields would love to meet you face to face! Stop by and visit us at a Fall 2016 trade show exhibit.
We’ve been asked often how we design the install of a wall-mounted Pettibon System® Repetitive Cervical Traction Units in a Chiropractic Therapy space – so thought we should do a blog on it! This is from a designer’s point of view, looking at what is required of the space planning, construction and finishes. We hope this will give you some […]
When deciding how to brand your Chiropractic office environment, remember to accentuate your logo. The paint colors, textures, and materials you choose should also compliment your logo to convey the image you would like to portray, which includes your brand, culture, and identity.
Dr. Ochsner came to us needing help on deciding between three different office spaces that he had found ranging from 1590 to 2400 square feet. We worked with him to space plan each one to meet his needs, building in unique elements that really spoke to his branding to help him make an informed decision.
Many customers wonder how we can assist them even though we’re in another state. Our process is not bound by physical limitations! While we are in Georgia, some of our recent clients have been in South Carolina, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Colorado, and even Washington and California.
An interview with our client Dr. Lacie Guy of Valdosta GA was published in the Georgia Chiropractic Association’s magazine. She was quoted saying, “I just can’t fathom how much money and time it would save a new practitioner to be able to go out into the community and have a clear vision of what they need and want from their space.”
We are getting some progress photos in from the new house we are building in Haiti and couldn’t wait to share them! This house means safety and refuge for someone that deserves it; someone that’s never had it and has been working so hard to create it for herself and her daughter.
Get an update on the house in Haiti that we’re sponsoring, and how it felt when Vedette heard that she was going to be able to finish her whole house with our support.
Dr. Eric Blundy shared that the process of opening a new office was a learning experience for him, and suggested “everybody needs to have realistic expectations on how long it takes to put this together. A lot of things come up with designing that you want to make sure are done correctly the first time”.
Choosing the right color for your office is essential for setting the stage for your practice. Color and styles “date” every 7 years, so it’s best to be on the front end of the color trend so that your “dating” is prolonged. We are in total agreement with what the major paint companies are saying… The color of the year for 2016 is white.
We at CrossFields believe in giving as a way of life and that the more we are blessed, the more we get to be a blessing. Thanks to you, CrossFields has had a blessed year and an exciting opportunity has come to us to give back this Christmas. The Chiropractic offices we have helped to build will allow us to help build a House for a family in Haiti!
After working with Dr. Bobby Fisher to design his new office, we interviewed him on how it was to work with our firm. His new facility had been open for a month when we talked with him.