Dynamic Chiropractic - January 15, 1993, Volume 11, Issue 02

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How Effective Are Our Licensing Boards?

Should a chiropractor convicted on three counts of grand theft and one count of insurance fraud be able to keep his license and continue to practice?

An investigative series on licensing boards explores how one felon was able to do just that.

Minnesota Chiropractic Association Raises Money for Homeless Teenagers

Money was donated by 250 chiropractors in Minnesota to bring attention to the problem of homeless teens, and to honor fellow Minnesotan Dennis Koslowski, D.C., a two-time Olympic medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling.

Demand for Mercy Guidelines Information Grows

COCSA Has Answer

Many DCs want an opportunity to gain a better understanding of how the Mercy Guidelines will affect their individual practices. This demand has placed a burden on the state associations to organize programs that would provide their members with access to speakers that were involved with the guidelines development process.

In an effort to provide a comprehensive program for state associations, the Congress has developed a Mercy Guidelines panel presentation that will be available to all state associations, whether they're members of the Congress or not.