Cervical Pillows for Every Patient?
Most people lay their head upon a pillow each night. Given its ubiquity
and potential cervical support, should a pillow be recommended by a
doctor of chiropractic? Dr. William Lichter of Florida believes so:
"People spend one-third of their life on their pillow - so why wouldn't
you want to have a good one?
Balance Therapy in Your Practice
It is a relatively unknown fact that the average human loses .5 of 1
percent of their vestibular functioning every year after the age of 20;
this equates to 5 percent loss per decade. Therefore, by age 60, one
loses approximately 20 percent of their balance and by the age of 80,
approximately 30 percent or more.
Dual-Occupation Disability Claims: The Gotchas
Individual disability policies often provide both a total and partial
(residual) definition of disability. As a result, things can get tricky
at claim time. For instance, a chiropractor might be considered totally
disabled if they can no longer perform adjustments/manipulations of the
The Chiropractic Future
When Daniel David Palmer founded the first school of chiropractic in
1897, the goal was to teach others how to help those in need overcome
various ailments by addressing subluxation.
Roadmap to the $44K EHR Incentive
You've probably heard about electronic health records (EHRs) and the $44,000 incentive. What you might not know, is what you must do to qualify for the incentive and when you need to meet those requirements.
Obamacare: Threats, Options and Opportunities
As a chiropractor, you must be wondering about "Obamacare." What is it?
How will it affect my practice? What can I do to prepare for upcoming
changes and possible pitfalls?
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