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Getting Started with Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling
January, 2012
Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling is the most powerful clinical tool for the treatment of soft tissue subluxation. The soft tissue subluxation (STS) is to be differentiated from the synovial joint-based subluxation treated by the chiropractic adjustment.


Succeed Anywhere by Becoming Part of the Community Fabric
January, 2012
Success is hard to define and to measure. If you are using the typical measuring tool of success as money, then I'm not one of the most successful doctors in our profession. Money is only a yardstick of service provided.


Peer Talk: Impactful New Services, Products and Protocols
January, 2012
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.


Thriving in the Face of Uncertainty
December, 2011
It's nearly the end of 2011, but in many ways if feels like 2008 all over again. The economy is rocky, unemployment figures are frighteningly high, belt-tightening has been elevated to an elite sport, and politicians continue their partisan bickering and grandstanding.


Strategic Directions: Practicing in the Age of Health Care Reform
December, 2011
Chiropractors should be pleased to learn that President Obama agrees with our desire to promote wellness rather than disease management or sick care. The President's Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed in 2010, created the National Prevention Council and calls for the development of The National Prevention Strategy to realize the benefits of prevention for all Americans' health. The National Prevention Strategy is critical to the preventative focus of the Affordable Care Act and builds upon the law's efforts to lower health care costs, improve the quality of care, and provide coverage options for the uninsured.


The Toughest Area of the Spine to Treat
December, 2011
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. In this issue, we asked: "What do you find to be the most difficult area of the spine to work on? What adjustment or treatment protocol do you use to address this area?" Based on your responses, there are some common difficulties and a variety of protocols used to combat them.


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