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Date:7/31/2008

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"I've seen and tried many patient lead generation and other marketing programs throughout the years and none of them comes close to what BCN offers," says Sam Galati, Doctor of Chiropractic of Ohio. "Solo web marketing efforts can't compare to the pull of the Network and the digital marketing expertise would be cost-prohibitive on an individual basis. Joining the Network is a no-brainer."

Participating doctors of chiropractic pay a one-time registration and nominal monthly media fees in order to receive a dedicated web page within the Network's portal and benefit by all the traffic drawn to it. Zip code exclusivity is available as are some unique and innovative lead referral and revenue sharing programs, which can result in a doctor being able to offset 100% of their monthly marketing fees.

To help patients afford the Spinal Decompression treatments, BCN has partnered with two financial credit institutions to offer patient financing plans.

To find out more about the BCN and these programs, interested chiropractors can request information by going to http://www.backcarenetwork.com/physician-information.php, or calling Back Care Network at 866.496.4408

Chiropractors are also invited to attend a Webinar on the BCN and their Spinal Decompression patient lead acquisition program being held on August 9, at 1:00 PM EDT. Reserve your Webinar seat now at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/970918438

About Back Care Network.

Back Care Network (http://www.backcarenetwork.com) is marketing and business development consultancy comprised of professionals who hail from the medical, business and digital marketing industries.

The Back Care Network portal website was developed for the specific reas
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