One-Liner Email that Can Bring Patients in this Week

Updated July 23, 2017 (new version)
Do you have patients/clients who haven’t been in for awhile?
  Especially if things are slow in your practice right now, or if you want to give your practice a boost….

(***If you don’t have the time to write a newsletter, a one-liner email works wonders!)

Here’s a one-liner from one of the templates of the Introverted Visionaries 6-Figures Plus Mastermind (see below).  It can be extremely effective to send to your clients/community to reactivate them.  You can also use a variation of it if you connect with your patients personally by phone.

START WITH SOMETHING PERSONAL:  “I’ve been thinking of you—haven’t seen you in awhile. I hope your [insert what they were dealing with] is better.

THE ONE-LINER:  Has anything else been bothering you?  Let me know–it may be time to come in/ get it checked out.  Or I may have a referral for you.”

(Ok, so it is actually a little more than a one-liner)
But it’s super short.  You get the point.

Why does this work so well?  There are a number of reasons why a patient hasn’t been back for awhile.  This allows you to get in touch with your patient to see how he/she is doing.  Also, sometimes it can just be the perfect timing when you send this out.  Your patient (or people on your list) may be dealing with something right now, and your email came at just the right moment.  If it hadn’t, they may have continued to deal with their issue or perhaps gone somewhere else to seek help.

You see, sometimes your patients may not even realize that you can help them with other things.  You would never know what they’re dealing with & whether you can help them or not unless you ask.

Yesterday I went to go see my amazing naturopathic physician (who is also an acupuncturist). I’ve been seeing her for a year now and she’s been working miracles with my health. She’s been able to help me with things that MDs couldn’t figure out. I’m actually gaining weight now, after not being able to for over 10 years.

We’ve been working on other things and it was only yesterday that I decided to ask her about my teeth grinding. I’ve been grinding my teeth at night to the point where I am starting to be afraid of not having teeth left as I get older. Was given a custom Night Guard by my dentist, but couldn’t stand wearing it.

So I asked my doctor about it yesterday.  She did this