April 1, 2000

EDITOR'S MEMO

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Life Student Chastises Dr. Cima for Increasing Patient Visit Average with Rehab

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EDITOR'S MEMO

In This Issue The focus of this issue is the multi-disciplinary practice-with an interesting twist. As Dr. James Cima points out in his article, beginning on Page 8, interdisciplinary does not have to mean MD/DC. In fact, it absolutely should not! D

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1976 SOLE PRACTIONER 2000 SOLE PRACTIONER MORE STRESS ADVERTISING PHYSICAL THERAPISTS MORE HOURS MD/DC ASSOCIATE DRS MORE STAFF MORE SPACE MORE OVERHEAD THE DREAM As 1 sat in my study looking out the window on the first day of the new mil­lennium, I

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CHIROPRACTIC, CHRONIC FATIGUE, AND THE ADRENAL GLANDS

Imagine a regular patient comes in for a consultation and complains of being sick and tired of being sick and tired. He states that, while your care has always been helpful, the correction doesn't last. He is disap­pointed with his medical care, as

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How to Get Your Patients to Stop Taking Deficiency Signs for Granted! An excerpt from Going Back to the Basics of Human Health

Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is an easy-to read 93-page book written by Mary Frost to offer doctors, especially chiropractors, an educational tool for dispensing to their patients. The book explains what the true components of health rea

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Keeping Score Keeps Prevention in the Forefront

Chiropractors continue to be captured and held by the allopathic model of medi­cine, while prevention and true health care often go by the wayside. Yet, according to clinical studies, a simple scorecard may be all that is necessary to change all tha

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