Dr David Singer D.C. had the fastest growing practice in the World in the 80’s. He transitioned from private practice to practice management consultant because he was constantly being asked to show his colleagues how to reach his level of success. In 1981, Dr. Singer founded his consulting company and since that time, his company has twice won the prestigious INC. Magazine’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies award. For the past 37 years he has helped nearly one thousand clinics per year achieve practice success.
For the last 33 years he has traveled over 6 million miles to help health care professionals succeed in practice from Australia to Italy. His company has helped nearly one thousand clinics per year for 33 years get more new patients, educate them better and earn more income. By following his program healthcare professionals have been able to have their staff do more of the work and therefore enjoy more free time for themselves.
What most people do not know is that he has assisted in the opening of over 200 clinics worldwide, brought spinal decompression to America, helped name Care Credit and brought it to the medical profession. He created the Patient Appreciation Procedure that in California, with his permission, became project HOPE or Help Other People Eat.
One of his proudest achievements is his creation of The Foundation for Wellness Professionals, a federally approved Non-Profit Organization that has the same tax-exempt status as the Red Cross. It now provides Wellness Programs for Chrysler USA, Amtrak, Verizon Phone Company, and through its volunteer network of Doctors over 10,000 workshops, lectures, etc. to improve wellness are conducted each year.
Recently he has devoted his efforts to not only opening stem cell clinics in partnership with other doctors, but also helping doctors to successfully integrate regenerative medicine into their private practices.
Dr. Singer’s unique ideas, enthusiasm, humor and ability to simplify the most complex subjects have made him one of the most sought-after speakers in North America. One of his major goals is to see that regenerative medicine has the greatest impact possible in society.