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Dealing with "Obamacare:" How Your Peers Do It
December, 2014
To help you enhance your practice and increase your bottom line, we ask practicing doctors of chiropractic, like you, for ideas and solutions that have been tested in real-world environments.

The Truth About Salt
December, 2014
What's the deal with salt? You know you and your patients need some of it, but everywhere you see advertising and headlines telling you to eat less of it.

Sports Nutrition: Making the Right Recommendations to Patients
December, 2014
Participation in sports is a huge part of life in the United States. The number of runners alone has skyrocketed over the past 15 to 20 years. In 2012, 15.5 million people finished a road race, compared to only 5.2 million finishers in 1991.

Working with Young Athletes: Injured Shoulder in a Swimmer
December, 2014
When you begin working with high-school and middle-school athletes, it's important to communicate effectively with the parents, as well as your young patients. Sometimes visual images are the best way to communicate what is really going.

Communicating with Patients: Boundary and Risk Issues
December, 2014
Operating a practice, especially your own, is extremely rewarding. Yet once you begin to observe, consult, service and heal patients, new risks apply. And these risks proliferate as you add staff and new patients.

The Importance of Imaging for High School Athletes
November, 2014
The most important test to be performed on the structural fingerprint exam is the imaging, primarily the standing x-ray. Standing x-rays set us apart from every other profession who treat high school athletic injuries.

Market Player or Investor? The Differences are Real
November, 2014
While anyone would love to have a sure thing, unfortunately it is not likely. There is a risk associated with purchasing any financial product. The risk is known as standard deviation. The general rule of thumb is the more risk taken, the greater the financial gain or loss.

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