Handling Patients' Adverse Events
It's every doctor's nightmare: you recommend a product to help a
patient feel better and are disappointed to receive an upset voicemail
when you arrive at the office the next morning.
When Practices Fail: Warning Signs (and Solutions)
Television programming has changed in recent years and, as you know,
reality television is exceedingly popular. There is a fairly new show
known as "Hoarders," in which individuals or couples are featured for
hoarding intense amounts of household materials.
Dissecting Toxic Links to Sleep
Sleep is a required need to sustain life, and quality sleep is critical
to vital and abundant health. One of the most overlooked relationships
in acquiring quality sleep is the role that the mattress plays.
Build Your Practice Without Leaving Home: Online Training
A reported 5.6 million college students (including those from colleges
like MIT and Stanford) are now earning their degrees via online classes.
It is estimated that 30 percent of all high school and college level
students are currently learning online. From online technique classes to
satisfying license renewal requirements, DCs have come to recognize the
tremendous value online learning has to offer.
Elements of a Successful Practice
Like any other profession, including chiropractic, we all want financial
freedom and time freedom to spend with family and friends. In the 29
years I have been in practice, I have taken the good with the bad; some
things worked while others did not.
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