March 1, 2005

EDITOR'S MEMO

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EDITOR'S MEMO

In this issue... Wr ITH SPRlNCi JUST AROUND THE CORNER, OUR MARCH issue is bursting with information you'll be able to use to help your practiee flourish. First, on the cover is a real pioneer in chiropractic technique, Dr. Arlan Fuhr. Whether you a

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QM There is a lot of confusion about medical integration these days. It can be a frightening thing for some, due to some negative national publicity. What is the latest on chiro-medical integration? A: There are two seemingly divergent trends tha

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Business Department

/n cm effort to help you maximize all your services. Dr. Daniel Dalian has identified 7 departmental areas in your prac­tice, which need to be addressed. Each of these areas is being dealt with sequentially in The American Chiropractor. Bv following

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Choosing the Right Software

T O CHOOSE THE RIGHT COMPUTER SOFTWARE for your office, answer these ESSENTIAL questions: 4 What features in the software are essential to my practice? How will this software enhance my practice? How easy is it to learn the pro- gram? What do I want

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Taking the Fear Out of Newborn Chiropractic Care

WHEN OFFERING PARENTS THE OPTION TO ADJUST THEIR NEW-born, the doctor of chiropractic must first consider the parent's perspective. Many good chiropractic pa­tients will still hesitate to get their newborn adjusted because of the fear of hurting the

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A person is as old as his spine!

Reference: Sympathetic Segmental Disturbances: The Evidences of the Association, in Dissected Cadavers, of Visceral Disease with Vertebral Deformities of the Same Sympathetic Segments From Medical Times, November, 1921. Pp. 1-7 Henry Winsor. M.D. Ke

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Patient Needs Go First

Interview with Dr. Albert Stabile, Jr., D.C., F.I.C.C., C.C.P.CR A graduate of Columbia Institute of Chiropractic, Dr. Albert Stabile has been practicing chiropractic for thirty-five years. His name is one of the most recognized in the profession as

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Mastering the Insurance Quagmire

WHEN I BEGIN THE CONSULTING PROCESS WITH DOCTORS, I start off by asking them two important questions. "What do you feel is your practice's number one need? What amount of services would you like to collect each month?" The response to question one i

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8 Top Table Company Representatives Tell us What's New

We interviewed eight representatives from the leadingmSff^f3%lf^r^'of ch...,.. ..ctic tables to find out what's new and what makes each company unique. From new, electronic features and tables made for specific techniques to tables that adapt to any

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Learning from the Drug Companies

THE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSION HAS VERY LITTLE IN COMMON with the drug industry. The differences in philosophy and approach to health are so fundamental as to put us, at times, at opposite ends of the health care spectrum. Yet, there is something we ca

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