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The Next Best Thing to Spine Adjusting...Extremity Adjusting
May, 2013
It was in my first quarter in chiropractic college (October 1973) when I realized that if I was to treat the whole person, like the school said, I would be doing by treating the spine.


The Paleo Diet: Introducing It to Your Patients
May, 2013
Many of my patient's continue to refer to the Paleo Diet it as the "caveman diet," but I prefer the "ancestral diet." The Paleo diet is pretty simple: eat meat, vegetables and seasonal fruit.


The Secret Killer: Cells on Fire
May, 2013
The cat's out of the bag. Let's share secrets about the "secret killer" of health, issue an inspiring message to reduce the aging process and allow the body to live in more optimal health. Inflammation is the body's acute, natural response to damaged tissues.


The Pros and Cons of Limiting Your Practice
May, 2013
A question more and more chiropractors are facing today is whether they should limit their practice to the treatment of one specific problem or problem area. Yes, limiting a practice is becoming en vogue.


Establishing a Specialized Practice: How Your Peers Do It
May, 2013
In this issue, we asked: "Do you have a specialized practice? If so, what are the advantages and disadvantages of having this kind of practice?"


Who Will Mind the Store? The Value of Emergency Planning
May, 2013
While attending to office items, the telephone rang and it was the office manager for a chiropractic practice informing me that the principle, Peter, had taken ill and was rushed to the hospital.


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