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20 - 02 - 07 - Cash-Based Practice
 

What's the greatest number of patients you've treated in one day? My record is 43. I treated 43 patients one day, as a student. That's more than four people per hour during a 10-hour workday. 

In that environment (and business model) I wasn't able to spend any quality time with my patients or treat them the way I thought was most effective. I wasn't able to work out, go to yoga, or even spend time with my wife. It was insane.

But it doesn't have to be this way. 

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