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1 Prolozone/Oxidation/Patient Management
What I Wish I Knew Prolozone/Oxidation/Patient Management

2 Two Types of Ozone Arthritis ozone “Holistic” ozone O.A. R.A.
Pain patterns “Holistic” ozone Internal conditions Diabetes Macular degeneration Chronic infections Infertility conditions

3 Right to it Quit having to resale
Re-convincing the patient visit after visit after visit s

4 Skit Look outstanding Put on lab coat Scrubs
Sharkskin shoes Wool plants Dry clean shirt Silk tie *White lab coat Put on lab coat Convinces me - $1,300 dollars

5 Audience Participation
Can I see by a show of hands? Well versed in ozone – primary in practice Dabbling in ozone – Never done any ozone Special Kool Aid™ in the vendor room

6 What does Ozone do? Stimulates the production of white blood cells
Interferon levels are significantly increased Stimulates the production of Tumor Necrosis Factor Stimulates the secretion of IL-2 Kills most bacteria at low concentrations Effective against all types of fungi Fights viruses in a variety of ways Antineoplastic Increases the flexibility and elasticity of red blood cells Makes the anti-oxidant enzyme system more efficient Helps with heavy metal detoxification Degrades petrochemicals

7 What does Ozone do? Reduces red cell clumping
Increases oxygen partial pressure Reduces viscosity Oxidizes plaque Improves removal of breakdown products Good for red cell metabolism Improved 2,3 DPG Activates the Krebs cycle Better ATP formation Increases glutathione peroxidase, Catalase, peroxide dismutase. Improves healing Most remarkable adaptogen

8 Conditions Treated by Ozone
Acariasis, Acne, Acrodermatitis, Acute otitis media, Acute vestibulopathy, Addisons disease, Adenocarcinoma, Adenovirus, Adrenalitis, AIDS, Alopecia, ALS (Lou Gehrig disease), Alzheimer's disease, Amebiasis, Amenorrhea, Amyloidosis, Anal fissures, Anemia, Angina, Angiodema, Ankylosing spondylitis, Anthrax, Apthous stomatitis, Arterial occlusion, Arteriosclerosis, Arthritis, Arthrosis, Asthma, Athlete's foot., Babesiosis, Bacterial pneumonia, Bartonellosis, Basalinoma, Bell palsy, Bornholm myalgia, Botulism, Bronchitis, Bronchopulmonary aspergillus, Broncospasm, Brucellosis, Bullous pemphigus, Burkit lymphoma, Cancer of all types, Candidiasis, Carbuncles, Cavernous sinus thrombosis, Cellulitis, Cerebral atrophy, Cerebrovascular accident, Chagas disease, Chicken pox, Chlamydia, Cholecystitis, Chronic pain, Chronic, pulmonary disease, Cirrhosis of the liver, Coccidiomycosis, Colitis, Dengue fever, Dermatitis, Diabetes, Diverticulitis, Echovirus, Eczema, Ehrlichiosis, Encephalitis, Encephalomyelitis, Endocarditis, Endometritis, Endophthalmitis, Enteric fever, Enteritis necroticans, Environmental hypersensitivity, Epidermoid carcinoma, Epidermolitic keratosis, Epidermophytosis, Epididymitis, Epstein-Barr virus, Erysipelas, Erythema migrans, Flavivirus, Folliculitis, Food poisoning, Fulminant varicella, Furuncle, Gangrene, Genital warts, Giardiasis, Glaucoma, Glioma, Glomerular membrane disease, Glomerulonephritis, Goodpasture syndrome, Gout, Graves disease, Guillan-Barre syndrome, Hairy leukoplakia, Heart arrhythmia, Heart disease, Hematoma, Hemolytic anemia, Hemorrhage, Hemorrhagic fever, Hemorrhoids, Hepatitis, Herpes of all types, Histoplasmosis, HIV, HTLV, Huntingdon chorea, Hypercholesterolemia, Hypersensitivity, Hyperthyroidism, Hypotension, Ichthyosis, Ileitis Polyoma virus, Impetigo, Influenza, Intravascular coagulation, Ischemic optic neuropathy, Krohn's disease, Kyanasur Forest disease, Landry syndrome, Lassa fever, Leishmaniasis, Leptospirosis, Leukemia, Leukoencephalopathy, Leukopenia, Listeriosis, Lupus erythematosus, Lyme disease, Lymphocytic choriomeningitis, Lymphogranuloma, Lymphoid pneumonia, Lymphoma, Malaria, Mastoiditis, Measles, Melanoma, Melioidosis, Meniere disease, Migraine, Molluscum ecthyma, Mononucleosis, Morbilloform, Multiple sclerosis, Mumps, Myalgia, Myasthenia gravis, Mycobacterium avium complex, Mycosis, Myelitis, Myocarditis, Myonecrosis, Myositis., Neutropenia colitis, Neurodermatitis, Ocular trachoma, Optic nerve dysfunction, Optic neuritis, Oral erythema, Orbital cellulitis, Orchitis, Cryptospiridiosis, Osteomyelitis, Osteoporosis, Osteosarcoma, Otosclerosis, Pancreatitis, Panniculitis, Papillitis, Parainfluenza, Parkinson's disease, Pediculosis, Pelvic inflammatory disease, Pemphigoid, Pernicious anemia, Pneumocytosis, Pneumonia, Poliomyelitis, Polyateritis, Poor circulation, Postpartum fever, Proctitis, Prostate enlargement, Prurigo, Psoriasis, Pulmonary toxiplasis, Pyoderma, Rabies, Radiculoneuritis, Relapsing fever, Reynaud's disease, Reynold's syndrome, Rheumatoid arthritis, Rhinitis, Rift Valley fever, Rubella, Salmonella, Salpingitis, Scabies, Scleroderma, Senile dementia, Senile macular degeneration, Sennutsu fever, Septicemia, Shingles, Shock, Sickle cell anemia, Sinusitis, Skin burns, Spinalioma, Staphyloococcus, Stiatonigral degeneration, Stomatitis, Stroke, Syphilis, T.cruzi, Tardive dyskinesia, Tendinitis, Tetanus, Thoracic zygomycosis, Thrombopenic purpura, Thrombophlebitis, Thyroiditis, Tinea versicolor, Tinnitus, Togavirus, Tourette syndrome, Toxic amblyopia, Toxoplasmosis, Traveller's diarrhea, Trench fever, Trypanosomiasis, Tuberculosis, Tularemia, Ulcers, Urethritis, Urticaria, Uterine spasm, Uveitis, Varicella pneumonia, Varicose veins, Vascular retinopathy, Vasculitis, Warts, Wegener granulomatosis.

9 You’re not a real doctor
Have to be better in every regard. Better dressed, better office, better outcomes. Ozone allows for fantastic outcomes. Nothing is more powerful than a man who knows he’s right and keeps on a coming – teddy Roosevelt

10 Medications Jeff Foxworthy

11 Ozone Now we have covered the scientific bases of ozone therapy
Demonstration #1

12 All conference long This is what ozone does This is how it works
This is what you can expect

13 Patient promise I have studied my whole life to bring you the most important healing modality that I have ever seen. “Be in the moment” with the patient

14 Bottom Line It works. Now, let’s concentrate on using it effectively

15 Demonstration #2 Have skit on closing the sale
Demonstrate in person – like a play? Dr J gives the outline – Alicia or Anna to close the deal Show compliance – case fee acceptance

16 Implementation What I wish I knew about running an office
What clinical pearls I wish I knew when I started using ozone What makes ozone work better Adjuncts to ozone

17 My story

18 About me Interests: Dr Jason West Stuff! Oxidative medicine
Regenerative Injection Therapy Nutritional deficiencies Manual/manipulative therapy

19 Acknowledgements & Gratitude
Dr. Henry West (deceased) Dr. Michael Taylor Dr. Frank Shallenberger Dr. Robert Rowen Dr Robbins Dr. Mark Vance Dr Garry Gordon

20 History Fourth generation alternative medical provider
Private Practice, Pocatello Idaho 83201 Established in 1916

21 Assumptions Ozone works Ozone works for everything.
Listen to the other presentations *prolozone orientation video Ozone works for everything. I have no fear of using ozone for any condition

22 Ozone Know your therapy
Ask for expectations – what do you want me to do Patient expectations are much, much different than mine It’s what the patient’s expectations Ask for healing date – give the patient closure

23 Aristotle, socrate, plato . . . .
Pain relievers, aspirin, steroids – ozone trumps all of them.

24 The Perfect Job/Profession
Perfect World Doctor Born a Rockefeller (free clinic) Help everyone that comes to my office

25 Perfect World Patients
Time Distance Cost Inner circle Every continent Every state Word of mouth referrals only

26 Center of the Universe Pocatello ‘Freaking’ Idaho
Take the blinders off There is no geographic boundaries

27 Take off your clinicians hat
Put on your businessman hat Like it or not, how you run your office (how good of businessman are you, determines your clinical outcomes). This is what I wish I learned

28 Hard Easy or Easy Hard Implementation Remove the confusion
You’re costing yourself money

29 Eliminate Confusion Confusion interrupts clinical outcomes
Patient confusion Knee replacement Reocurring back pain

30 Financial Confusion – the big no no
Do not allow people to owe you money because they will get embarrassed and go somewhere else Addressing finances in the first visit is critical. How to handle finances – The big 5 What is wrong What can Dr West do about it How long will it take How much will it cost How can we make the pain not come back?

31 Prostitute principle The value of the service decreases exponentially after the service is rendered.

32 Patient Role Play #1 – Belligerent patient – I am only here because my wife wants me to be here. I know you are witch doctor. Option #1 – take away selling Option #2 – why don’t you just give it a try. (money back guarantee) #2 – Mucho compliant patient #3 – the resale patient #4 – the case presentation patient

33 The void will always fill
Stop trying to please everyone I only do business with people that want to do business with me.

34 Ozone & Million Dollar Practice
I fully believe that everyone in this room is or could be making a million dollars in cash services.

35 Segue Look the part Know the PART You’re a doctor first
Image is everything Know the PART You’re a doctor first No one cares about your initials Turn weaknesses into strengths Prostitute principle SUPER HIGH INTENSITY THERAPY KNOW YOUR S.H.I.T.

36 Question How easy or how hard are you to do business with?
Do you have congestion or road blocks? Do you have a greased chute?

37 Greased Pocatello Chute
Started in 2005 Successful in spite of myself Six figure in injections Six figure in injections every month. Spent $2,500 in Shallenberger’s course, I figure at least $5,000,000 sine then (20:1 ROI in 10 years). Market cannot beat that

38 Question #2 Fish stink from the head down

39 Being the leader in your office
Bosses – tell you to do something by making you feel like a child Leaders – inspires you to do something by making you feel excited.

40 Office Leadership Train, train, train, train
Team meetings every morning for 30 minutes Review every patient and what you are going to do for them (55)

41 Marketing Budgets Take your marketing budget and put it into staff training Treat your staff and your staff family members – pro bono

42 Hard Easy Think about this . . . I learned this new technique . . . .
I want to enhance my current technique

43 Break it down What happens at each and every step
The events that occur when a NP calls your office The events that occur on referral

44 Flow chart Appendix for step by step interaction of the office

45 Financial $ucce$$ful in Oxidative Medicine

46 Patient Goals Make the patient a lifetime patient
Ozone helps every condition Goal – make every patient unhappy going anywhere else Get as much diagnostic data as possible on each patient Holistic chiropractic Do Superb Exception Work – do what other providers don’t do

47 Healing Date 90 days and then re-eval GET MONEY FIRST Refund money

48 Practice Basics Make it easy to do business with Patient Acquisition
No hidden or freaky billing practices. For me – cash & carry Patient Acquisition Patient Retention Patient Re-activation Cash flow is king

49 Cash Flow Collections Inform patient prior to visit of expected fees
Have your “agent” negotiate for you Back up – you have to know your fees cold Back up #2 – you have to back up your agent Follow the “I wish rule” How will you handle today? Cash or check or credit card?

50 Patient Value The reward of helping someone that thought their lifestyle was over or has given up hope is indescribable. There is more to life than $. Put in business controls so that you can be in the moment with the patient Do not allow bills, overhead, payroll, or taxes interfere with the patient experience.

51 Patient Value Each patient is worth $15,000
Not to be fleeced Ask the patient, if I could get your <throwing baseball with your grandson> back for you, what would it be worth? Begin with a thorough history- besides the primary complaint This is where the money is Think of the onion approach to health care

52 Life Time Patient 2 From the data revealed during consultation perform a comprehensive physical evaluation (orthopedics) on all patients Do the following on all patients Blood chemistry profile Imaging studies of area of “dragon” Other diagnostic information Obtain Objective Data- that’s where the “WOW” factor occurs

53 Life Time Patient 4 Always prepare: Financial consultation
A written report of findings A written treatment plan A written payment plan

54 Written Report Example

55 Treatment Plan Arthritis example

56 Life Time Patient 5 Offer all patients an opportunity to take a case fee treatment plan

57 What is a case fee treatment plan?
Put in example

58 Life Time Patient 5 Give all patients something to take home
Differentiate or die Nutritional supplements (nuscriptions or Nx) Exercises (low back, breathing, extremity) Hot packs, cold soaks, or poultices Ointments or salves Special diets

59 Life Time Patient 6 Perform follow up exams (objective data) on a regular basis. You want to achieve and maintain optimum health in your patients Objective follows ups are in important Differentiate or die Nutritional supplements (nuscriptions or Nx) Exercises (low back, breathing, extremity) Hot packs, cold soaks, or poultices Ointments or salves Special diets

60 Life Time Patient 7 Perform follow up exams (objective data) on a regular basis. You want to achieve and maintain optimum health in your patients Prepare an appointment book and rigorously adhere to it. You will never be able to maximize your patient services if you fail to do this. You must control your time or it will control you.

61 Life Time Patient 8 Documentation

62 Staffing Staffing Train your staff well
Conduct meetings at least three times a week Front desk AR / Billing Back office / therapy Institute a monthly profit sharing plan for your staff.

63 Marketing Procedures Internal Procedures
Summarize each visit to the patient What was wrong Can we (patient + doctor) fix it? How long will it take? How much will it cost?

64 Marketing Procedures Internal Procedures – Phone calls
Call each patient that first night Document any questions, concerns or comments Especially “new” instructions Call one week later Are you better same or worse Call every 6-8 weeks Checking up on you, I made a commitment to your health and I WILL help you or I will find someone that can.

65 Welcome to My Practice Internal Procedures – Literature
Welcome to my practice letter Birthday notes (NOT CARDS) Thank you letter for referrals (Make sure to ask for referrals) Send monthly newsletter Send thank you cooperation and favorable response to treatment

66 Welcome to My Practice External Marketing-
Give the elevator pitch – what is your differentiation Network, network, network

67 In Closing In every endeavor, there is a fine line between outstanding success and mediocrity. The difference between a person who is a great acheiver and the average provider is that the average provider is simply too lazy to do the little things, that the outstanding provider does. This is what makes the difference between success and mediocrity. I am not the smartest, I am not the most talented, but I may be the most stubborn.

68 Do what others don’t do to have what others don’t have.

69 Putting It All Together
Dr Jason West – AAOT 2014

70 Clinical Pearls Dr Jason West – AAOT 2014

71 Shoulder Thoroughly evaluate the shoulder
Shoulder example #1 - rotator cuff Always do the joint Always surround the dragon – shoulder isolation Shoulder pearl #1 – Pec major insertion Shoulder pearl #2 – Spinal accesory nerve Shoulder pearl #3 – Dorsal scapular nerve Shoulder pearl #4 – bicipital insertion on radius *Have Dino show pain in the bicipital tendon area

72 Knee Pearls If you didn’t get the slosh, you didn’t hit a home run.
Consider a medial or lateral approach Superior lateral approach via US guidance is the best After 5 attempts, if no imporvement you are missing the referral pattern SI joint Hip joint L/S joint

73 Ankle Pearls Inject the “pit of despair”
Injection medial tibio-talar joint Plantar fasciitis Achilles – add superficial D5W Consider manipulation of the proximal fibular joint

74 Other ozone applications
Internal conditions MAH Insufflation

75 Hip Pearls Hips are one of the more challenging joints US guidance
*Neural therapy* inject femoral vein with 3cc procaine Trigger points Nerve entrapment

76 Lumbar Spine Spots Shallenberger spot Lumbar ganglion
Silver dollar spot T/L Junction SI joint Cluneal nerves

77 Cervical Spine Interspinous ozone Cervical facets Dorsal scapular
Sub-occipital ridge Mastoid osteopuncture

78 Infections

79 Macular Degeneration

80 Rheumatoid Arthritis It’s not auto-immune

81 Questions Jason D. West DC NMD FIAMA DABCN 1188 Call Place
Pocatello, Idaho 83201

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