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The Therapeutic Taping Method: Genuine Value-Added Therapy
May, 2011
Elastic therapeutic taping was developed by Kenzo Kase, DC, in Japan for use with his own patients. From the very beginning, elastic therapeutic tape was designed to work in concert with chiropractic care.

ERISA: What Insurance Companies Don't Want You to Know
May, 2011
If you do not know what ERISA stands for, then you are probably not aware that it is directly related to your ability to get paid for services you provide in a timely manner.

How to Create a Successful Contract With an Associate
May, 2011
In this issue, we asked: "What are the key elements of a successful contractual agreement with an associate, and how should income and patient responsibilities be allocated?"

Increase Your Revenue With... Nutritional Supplements
April, 2011
In 2003, I opened my sports injury, or as I describe it, an "active lifestyle" practice. Things were going well and I certainly did not have many complaints. But in 2007, when I reviewed the business plan I had originally written and the goals I'd hoped to attain by my fifth year, I realized I was going to fall short in one very important category: annual gross collections.

Chiropractic Blogging and Its Impact on Practice Growth
April, 2011
The poor economy has crippled many practices in the last couple of years. The question is, what are the things that can be done inexpensively and get great results? Social media may be your answer.

Digital Imaging: Is It Right For Your Practice?
April, 2011
The questions and options that a chiropractor has in X-ray today are simple: He can take them the traditional way by using film, a dipping tank or processor and waiting for the picture to develop.

Help Your Patients by Helping Yourself
April, 2011
As healthcare providers, we are expected to model the behaviors we promote. Doctors who do not engage in healthy behaviors are less likely to counsel patients regarding their importance--and their patients are less likely to take the message seriously.

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