Create a balance to everyday life for your customers
With 6 medical strength machines, the Back Circuit offers the perfect balance to everyday office life. Because especially in this case, the balance through back training is important to prevent further consequences from back problems, such as slipped discs.
Thanks to the training belt-controlled equipment, the trainees are individually supervised on each piece of equipment in a fully automated manner.
Offer your members preventive training.
Instruction in device (guideline/conversation template/benefit argumentation)
How do I explain the benefits of each piece of equipment to the client and explain the advantages of each piece of equipment?
What advantages does the VITALITY CARE training software offer your patients and how do you best use it?
Benefit arguments for staff
Benefits for members and patients
Vitality Care as an argument for flat-rate care fees
Vitality Care in training
- Working with templates
- From check-in to check-out
- Statistics, reports and documentation
Pricing concepts / pricing
How do I find the right contribution and what contribution models are there?
Liquidity and profitability planning
Simple planning templates for an initial cost overview
Success control / Controlling
Which key figures should you always pay attention to?
Various templates for an easy start into training
Subscription / Membership
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
How do I choose opening hours to suit my customers?
Anamnesis and individual health counselling
How do I design a meaningful and sustainable consultation?
How do I go about trial training to inspire the client?
How do I ensure permanent support during ongoing operations?
Training operation / Training area
What do I have to bear in mind during training operations?
Staff deployment & comission model
Templates for daily work
Doctor's cover letter
Flyers & Posters
- Members recruit members
- Turn patients into customers
- Optimal therapy as a package
- Prevention courses
- Voucher campaign
Description of methods used
Thinking style analysis model
The 4-quadrant model according to Ned Herrmann