March 1, 2010

Medicare for Chiropractors

American Chiropractic Association: Chiropractic Profession Supports Patients' Right to Know Benefits, Risks of All Treatments

Chiromission Goes To the Dominican Republic

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Medicare for Chiropractors

"If someone would just tell me how to do Medicare right. I would do it!" How many times have you heard or thought that phrase? Well, now someone has done just that. Medi­care for Chiropractors, A Complete Guide to Medicare Procedures for Chiropracto

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American Chiropractic Association: Chiropractic Profession Supports Patients' Right to Know Benefits, Risks of All Treatments

■ The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) recently expressed its support of a patient's right to be informed of the benefits and risks of any health care treatment as the Connecticut State Board of Chiropractic Examiners begins testimony on the

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Chiromission Goes To the Dominican Republic

■ Dr. Larry Markson, Dr. Brett Axelrod and Dr. Rick Markson of The Markson Connection, plus chiropractic luminary Dr. Guy Riekeman are leading a group of 50 chi­ropractors and chiropractic STUDENTS TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC IN EARLY MARCH. There the

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Quinn Approves Physician Delegation Legislation!

■ Congratulations! Again!! Governor Quinn approved pro-chiropractic, Illinois Chiropractic Society initiated legisla­tion, Senate Bill 318 (Silverstein/Saviano)! The new public act provides and clarifies the right of all physicians licensed under th

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Governor Corzine Signs Bill Enacting New Scope of Practice in New Jersey for Chiropractic Care: Legislation Passed by Senate and Assembly Ushers in First Change in New Jersey Chiropractic Scope of Practice Since 1953

■ In mid-January, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine signed legislation into law which ushered in a new scope of practice for chiropractic care in the state of new jersey for the first time since 1953. The Association of New Jersey Chiropractors (ANJC)

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Chiropractic Care Included in 2010 Olympic Vancouver Winter Games at On-Site Polyclinic - A First for Olympic Athletes

■ For the first time in the history of the Olympic Games, the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada, will include chiropractic care inside the Olympic Village polyclinic, a multi-disciplinary facility that offers comprehensive health care and medic

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ACA UPDATE Patients in Medicare Pilot Project Give Chiropractors High Marks

■ According to results from a congressionally mandated pilot project testing the feasibility of expanding chiropractic services in medicare, patients have a high rate of satisfaction with the care they receive from chiropractors---87 percent gave th

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Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research Begins Study with University of Iowa for Conservative Treatment of Patients with Temporomandibular Disorder(TMD)

■ Researchers at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research (PCCR), on the Palmer College of Chiropractic campus in Davenport, Iowa, are working in col­laboration with the University of Iowa's College of Dentistry and Institute for Clinical and Tra

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To Be or Not to Be...A Franchise

I've been asked the question... "Should a doctor become a franchise?" The answer is not necessarily a resounding yes or no. The correct answer is... "It all depends...." Specifically, the role of a franchise in anyone's life is to build great predic

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Coming Soon to a City Near You...

Looking at running a chiropractic clinic from a different perspective, The American Chiropractor (TAC) presents different business models to inform you of what could be successful and how it should be applied. FRANCHISES OR GROUP MODEL CLINIC Franch

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