Key Issues in Geriatric Nutrition Part I: The Physiological Changes
One needs only read the newspaper or listen to the nightly news reports to appreciate the growing concern about our aging adult population. There is increasing doubt about funding for Social Security and Medicare. This three-part series will locus
By Howard F. Loomis12 min
Insurance Company Attacks Multidisciplinary Practices
npany Attacks nary Practices I An In-depth Interview w Practice Management Consul with Expert Witness & ultant, Dr. Daniel H. Dahan Who is Daniel H. Dalian, D.C.? After graduating from Life College in 1988, Dr. Daniel H. Dalian developed | and o
The Millionaire Series
Inside a Successful Multidisciplinary Practice with Charles Schuster, D.C.
Dr. Charles Schuster graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and Zoology. Subsequently, he attended Logan College of Chiropractic and graduated on the Dean's List, in 1995. After graduating fr
A Basic Course in the Treatment of the Cranial Sacral Mechanism, Part 3
(A Three Part Series on the Philosophy, Science, and Art of Cranial Care) In Parts I and 2 of this series, I discussed the importance of cranial motion and its effects on health. From affecting the master endocrine glands (setting up major biochemic
By James Cima8 min
Is the Multidisciplinary Approach the Answer for Modern Practice?
I'm sure ihat. just before the fateful maiden voyage of the Titanic, someone found some last minute tickets to sail aboard her. It probably seemed like a lucky break to that person as they boarded the majestic vessel about to sail across the Atlant
By Bob Braile7 min
Delegation: The Key to Achieving Time for Yourself
What allows some chiropractors to achieve so much more than others and still have time for more in their lives, while others seem to struggle to simply accomplish the bare necessities in life? Do they have a secret "extra hour" in their day? No. th
By Jeffrey Lewin7 min
Stiffness, Pain, and Sleep Following Exercise
It is to be expected that many rehab patients will experience stiff, painful, slow-functioning leg muscles after an exercise, and myoglobinemia has been reported in many endurance activities.
By Kim D. Christensen7 min
Challenge: How to Enter and Build Your Practice Through Industrial Medicine
The first rule in sales is to "give the customer what they want". Chiropractic and Industry have been at odds with this concept for years, inhibiting our (chiropractors') abilities to enter our rightful place in the industrial medicine equation. Ch
By Allen S. Miller7 min
This is the first in a scries of articles discussing how the internet can significantly benefit your chiropractic practice. In this article we'll look at some of the very latest internet statistics, as well as discuss the benefits of getting a pr
By Neil McKay5 min
"Your Fears May Be Your Greatest Teachers" Fear Can Be Your Friend!
What is Fear? People have learned to interpret fear as something to be afraid of or move away from. Even people with great promise and astounding potential somehow misunderstand what fear really is and avoid its lesson. Thoreau says it best: "Most