November 1, 2008

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Chiropractic VS Allopathic Care for Kids

Vestibular Deficits after Whiplash Injuries

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IN THIS ISSUE....

SPECIAL NOTE As this year draws near an end, we're making big plans to celebrate our 30 year anniversary all throughout 2009! As part of our gift to YOU and the entire profession, we'll be expanding our circulation from our current 37,000 up to 52,0

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Chiropractic VS Allopathic Care for Kids

TITLE: A Comparative Study of the Health Status of Children Raised Under the Health Care Models of Chiropractic and Allopathic Medicine CITATION: Journal of Chiropractic Research—Research Forum Summer 1989; Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 101-103 AUTHORS: Wendy

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Vestibular Deficits after Whiplash Injuries

Synopsis by: William J. Owens, D.C., D.A.A.M.L.P. Mark E. Studin, D.C., F.A.S.B.E. (C), D.A.A.P.M., D.A.A.M.L.P. USE: When trauma patients present with tinnitus, dizziness or visual field deficits CITATION: Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 112:2003 AUTHORS:

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Diagnostic Tools That Will Improve Your Practice

To find out more about the latest diagnostic tools available, here you'll find TAC's Market Review with the best and latest diagnostic and imaging tools available in the chiropractic market! Company Name: All Pro Product Name: ScanX* Price Range:

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X-Ray In Motion

Dr. John Postlethwaite, the big man with the big idea. r. John, as mi:'s known in tiif proffssion, graduatfd from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1987. He moved to the Tampa Bay area of Florida and received his Florida License in 1989. He also holds

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Are Osteoporosis Drugs Safe?

ILLIONS OF AMRRICANS ARI- AT RISK FOR OSTF.O- porosis—even more will probably suffer from bone loss. Many of your patients are taking prescription dnags in the belief they will prevent bone loss. How many have you identified in your practice? This i

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The Insanity Continues--Statins for Children

The over-hyped, pharmaceutical fu­eled, disease known as hypcrcholester-olemia has now reached an all time level of insanity. Insanity. In-san-i-ly. Function: noun, a: extreme folly or unreasonableness b: something utterly foolish or unreason­able.

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The Keys & Principles for Success

Make Clear Cut Goals "If you don't know where you are going, how do you know how to get there?" Goals are like maps, they help us set direc­tion in our personal as well as our business lives. There are many similarities between business and war. In

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The Lateral Films--objective and Reliable Evidence

F OR YEARS, WE'VE BEEN BOMBARDED about the need for objective evidence to support our care programs. Third party payers and peer review types arc the first to nail doctors who fail to document clinical findings with hard, objective evidence. In a ti

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Preventing Injuries Requires More Than a Strong Core

W HETHER WE ARE CONFRONTED WITH developing an exercise rehab program for a male patient (who is sedentary, overweight, and experi­encing low back pain) or developing a strengthening program to fine tune a professional athlete, some emphasis must be

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