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The 6 Most Important Things a Chiropractor Must Know to Maximize Success
May, 2010
If I had only a few minutes check under the hood of your practice, here are six things I would tell you to focus on to achieve maximum results: Quit Reaching For the Stars. Use Leverage. Bottom Line, Not Bottom Feeder. Stop Worrying About New Patients. Learn the Other Tools Of Your Trade.

Build Patient Confidence With Clinical Testing
May, 2010
It's human nature to not like to be surprised. In very basic psychological terms, it will evoke a "fight or flight" response, such as if in battle.

A 7-Step Plan for Implementing Rehab in 30 Days
May, 2010
In today's age of an ever-growing body of knowledge on the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, as well as health care reform and pay-for-performance, our profession continues to evolve for the better.

Understand the Tech Before Buying a Laser
May, 2010
It's not news that many chiropractors want to be on the cutting edge of providing services to their patients. Having the latest high-tech gear can broaden your patient base, improve results and make your practice unique. And it doesn't come much more high-tech than laser therapy.

Docs, Documents and Integrated Care: The Cooperative Formula
April, 2010
None of us works in a vacuum. At some point, we find ourselves having to interact with other medical professionals, whether it is in a hospital setting, with the referring medical doctor or another health care provider such as a physical therapist or an acupuncturist.

Master the Art of Offering Orthotics to Your Patients
April, 2010
The use of orthotics has been successfully incorporated into every type of practice model by chiropractors from every school, completely independent of their philosophy, technique or specialty. The reason is fairly simple: within all of the diversity that exists in chiropractic, there are some universal truths that connect every one of these philosophies, techniques and specialties.

Headaches & Vitamin D
April, 2010
A group of case reports has shown a relationship between tension-type headaches, musculoskeletal pain and vitamin D. In these reports, patients with histories of episodic headaches, body pain and muscle weakness were found to also be deficient in vitamin D. Upon beginning a daily regimen of vitamin D and calcium supplementation, the headaches subsided in a few weeks, the body pain subsided in a few more weeks and the muscle strength increased over the course of the next few months.

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