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By Dr. Robin Dickinson |  Doc Stepping Out  How to Step Out of the Hamster Ball and Into Your Life

May 29, 2016 – Some people have trouble envisioning what it’s like to run your own micropractice.  They wonder how it’s possible to manage the phones or how you get time off on the weekends or who checks in the patient.  They imagine being all alone bumping around in a huge office…or maybe they worry they’ll have to manage a bunch of people or activities they don’t know how to do.

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