June 1, 2001

Marketing

Speed, Communication and Relationships 3 Elements of Marketing Success in the New Economy

Nutrition

Key Issues in Geriatric Nutrition Part III: Special Considerations

Technology

Chiropractic Instrumentation for the 21st Century

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Marketing

Speed, Communication and Relationships 3 Elements of Marketing Success in the New Economy

The new economy driving the healthcare marketplace today is forcing chiroprac­tors across the country to transform the way that they do business on many levels. There is no question that times have changed. Many doctors who were once suc­cessful arc

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Nutrition

Key Issues in Geriatric Nutrition Part III: Special Considerations

The first article, in this series, dealt with the physi­ological changes that occur normally in the aging pro­cess. The second article fo­cused on individual dietary components and their ef­fects on the geriatric patient. This article will focus on

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Technology

Chiropractic Instrumentation for the 21st Century

Many chiropractors man­age their cases based upon symptomatic responses, while teaching patients that their goal is correcting subluxations. This contra­diction is confusing to the patient. To many patients, "nerve interference" is an abstract pheno

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World News

Help on the Front Lines: Chiropractors Give Aid to NYC Rescuers

A couple of portable tables. A few physicians' police association badges. A magic-marker notice on a piece of cardboard: "Chiropractic Care If Needed." And, for some, a way to help in a situation beyond anyone's ability to really make better. All th

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The Millionare Series

Inside a Successful Multidisciplinary Practice with Dr. Kevin R. Lee

Dr. Kevin R. Lee grew up and went to high school in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. He received an NCAA Division I athletic scholarship in hockey to Colorado College, Colo­rado Springs, CO. where he majored in biology. Subse­quently, he attended Pal

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Technology

Basics for Successful Technology Upgrades

There are three basic steps for success­ful implementation of technology in the professional practice. Leaving any of these out may not stop you from making the improvement, but will drastically af­fect your happiness with the result. Step One: Spen

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Technology

Surface EMG: Static vs. Dynamic Testing

What Is Surface Electromyography? Surface Electromyography (sEMG) measures muscle activity in much the same way as the EKG, but with signifi­cantly greater sensitivity. When muscles contract, electrical activity is generated as action potentials pro

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Multidisciplinary Practice

Do It the Right Way

In the first article in this series, I reviewed some of the many advantages that can be realized by having a multidisciplinary practice. I also discussed some of the changes in the health care industry that have made it advantageous for chiroprac­to

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Nutrition

Heat Dispersion and Muscle Fatigue During Exercise

Water Loss A patient's ability, while exercising, to dissipate meta-bolically-produccd heat de­pends largely on his or her ability to form and vaporize sweat. The magnitude of sweat production increases significantly with increases in the intensity

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Orthotics

Obviously Orthotics: Signs You Can Spot Quickly

If you can identify a need for orthotics early in a patient's treatment, you're well on your way to boost­ing positive response to ad­justments. After all, a bal­anced body starts with the feet. Early orthotics inter­vention helps prevent frus­trati

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