May 1, 2014

Rehabilitation

Understanding the 3-Dimensional Radiographic Manifestation of the Vertebral Subluxation Complex in the Upper Cervical Spine: Advanced Cervical Lordotic Rehabilitation

Practice Management

Is Your PVA Hitting a Glass Ceiling?

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Sacro Occipital Technique Research Updates

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Rehabilitation

Understanding the 3-Dimensional Radiographic Manifestation of the Vertebral Subluxation Complex in the Upper Cervical Spine: Advanced Cervical Lordotic Rehabilitation

The x-ray can be a powerful tool in chiropractic.

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Practice Management

Is Your PVA Hitting a Glass Ceiling?

I recently spoke with a chiropractor who shared a frustration he was experiencing. His story is a common one that I've heard more times than I can count. While speaking with him. I could hear the frustration in his voice. To be brief, he told me he

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Sacro Occipital Technique Research Updates

Second Edition T his is the second in a series of articles that will attempt to share various concepts of research with doctors in clinical practice and focus on the value and limitations of case reports. The case report is a very special way doctor

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Interview

Discussion of Subluxation Based Chiropractic, Prescription Rights & the First Chiropractic Physicians Association of America

Interview with Dr. Roderic Lacy By TAC Dr. Roderic Lacy is a Palmer graduate (December 1975) who, until 10 years ago, practiced as a DC in Florida since 1977. He also attended medical school in the Dominican Republic from 1991 to 1997, where he live

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Feature

Documentation The Most Boring Critical Aspect of Practice and the Easiest Way to Protect Your Practice and Income

What are you paid for in a chiropractic practice? When that question is asked around the country, answers range from "adjustments to manipulation." from "exercise therapy to adjunctive therapy." and from "my expertise to my opinion." In every case,

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Visceral Stress Management

The Chiropractic Screening Test For Stress

Article 3 of 12 Last month. I started this series of articles entitled "Visceral Stress Management" and discussed the body's stress response any time the hypothalamus determines that the body does not have adequate glucose to meet its energy require

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Homeopathy

Divide and Conquer Inflammation and Injury with Nutrition and Homeopathy

Injury as a Wake-Up Call As chiropractors, we often see patients with acute pain issues. People are so busy these days that most don't pay attention to their bodies until pain forces them to stop and do so. Perhaps the pain is related to a sports in

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Feature

The Benefits of Chiropractic in the Military

C hronic, physical pain resulting from serious trauma, and even "less serious" injuries, affects many soldiers and veterans. In many cases, the pain interferes with normal function and the ability to perform daily duties. For many, chronic pain unfo

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Perspective

Answers for New Doctors: How do I start my own practice? And how the new insurance programs affect chiropractic?

A s I travel across the United States and around the world, I often hear two questions from students and new doc­tors in the early stages of their careers. First. "How do I go about starting my own practice?" Second. "How will the new insurance prog

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Taping

Posture Isn't Everything, But Slouching Sucks!

Have you ever been explaining something to a patient when, 20 seconds into your explanation, you see the "deer in the headlights" look? You just know the patient is hearing the teacher from Peanuts saying. "Whant whant . . . whant whant wha. " When

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