"Sense"ationalizing Your Office
It is going to be another great day in the office. On the schedule is a
six year-old child with chronic ear infections coming to you as a new
patient. Unbeknownst to you, this child also struggles with attention
issues and frequent aggressive outbursts.
Microbiome: The Foundation of Your Patients' Health
Changes in diet automatically mean changes in our microbiome — the
teaming conglomerate of bacteria that inhabit our intestines. When the
microbiome changes, the body's genetic response to food changes — for
better or worse. Thus the profound, "we are what we eat" and it
irrefutably establishes that food quality is integral to health and
Brighten Your Income With Body Sculpting, Part 2
In Part I of this article, I discussed how one may easily, inexpensively and ethically add a "niche" market therapy to one's existing practice to enhance revenue. Since the largest such market consists of overweight and obese individuals.
Early Life Traumas: Accurate Predictions of Adult Health?
After 22 years as a chiropractor, I have no doubt that most of my
patients' symptoms have their origins in more than just the obvious
physical causes. There is nearly always more involved than a patient
having "slept wrong" or "moved the wrong way."
Exit Ramps: Planning for a Successful Life After Chiropractic
Because chiropractors tend to enjoy their profession and their daily
work helping people achieve their health potential, many of us never
think about the end. As a result, some chiropractors don't envision
their lives after chiropractic.
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