February 1, 2000

MULTIDICIPLINARY PRACTICE:THE MODEL FOR THE MILLENNIUM

Rehab and the Aging Factor

Magnetic Orthotics: A New Tool for Chiropractic

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MULTIDICIPLINARY PRACTICE:THE MODEL FOR THE MILLENNIUM

t. onfronted by the re­markable growth of multi-disciplinary health care clinics across the country, you may find yourself, like many chiropractors, wres­tling with the decision of whether or not multidisci-plinary practice is right for you. Chiropr

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Rehab and the Aging Factor

Many healthcare professionals are of the opinion that regu­lar physical activity, cor­rectly performed, can of­fer a relatively safe means of acquiring im­proved health for elderly subjects. '-2-3 However, chronologic aging is an unmodifiable facto

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Magnetic Orthotics: A New Tool for Chiropractic

The revolutionary and exciting new field of magnetic orthotic therapy can very likely offer chiropractors an­other modality with which to increase the comfort and improve the overall health and well-being of patients. While research into magnetic th

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THE SPINE-NEW HORIZONS A Review of Spinal Pathophysiology Based on the Tensegrity Structural Model

"Jhe word 'tenscgritv' is an invention: a contraction of 'tensional integrity.' Ten-segrity describes a struc­tural-relationship princi­ple in which structural shape is guaranteed by the finitely closed, comprehen­sively continuous, tension­al behav

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Live to Be 110, and Love It! ANTI-AGE YOURSELF, YOUR PRACTICE AND YOUR PATIENTS

ince the founding of our nation a little over 200 years ago, the average life span of Americans has nearly tri­pled, increasing from a mere 26 years to nearly 76 to­day. People are living longer now than ever before, and this trend is expected to co

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MOTIVATE AND MANAGE THROUGH COMMUNICATION

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE WITH AND UNDERSTAND THOSE AROUND YOU SO YOU WANT A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE AND LIFE... Probably, the greatest challenge and stress you will ever face will come from your interaction with others. Whether you know it or not,

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Coding is Not a Game

rT"' he term "code-gaming" has achie-J_ ved widespread acceptance in the world of health care reimbursement. Most practitioners and billing professio­nals use it as a catchall to include up-coding, unbundling, and intentionally mis-coding. The idea

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