February 1, 2005

How Chiropractic Will Thrive in the 21st Century


Fractures of the Clavicle


How Chiropractic Will Thrive in the 21st Century

£ £ ^Hi HAT WHICH IS OUR GREATEST STRENGTH IS ALSO OUR I greatest weakness." That sounds like a profound I quote from some eccentric philosopher. It's not. I just made it up. But, as far as chiropractic is concerned, I'm convinced it's the truth. Ou



In this issue... I t's our February issue already! January has flown by like a breeze with half of the TAC staff at the an­nual Parker Seminar in Las Vegas in mid-January. It's always exciting to see our readers in person, this year it was especiall


Fractures of the Clavicle

History The young patient fell on an out­stretched arm while playing football. Discussion The "S" shape and normal overlap with the upper ribcage renders the clavicle a difficult structure to evaluate on straight anteroposterior projections. The mos



Q M You have often said that the chiropractic prac-■ tice of 15 or even 10 years ago no longer can exist. Why do you feel this way? A: The rules of the game have changed. It's as though, for over 100 years, we've been playing according to the rules


Featuring Fabrizio Mancini, D.C. President of Parker College of Chiropractic

Q * Tell us about your plans for * Parker College and Parker Seminars in continuing to "Move the Profession Forward" in 2005. Mancini: Parker College of Chiropractic provides an educational curriculum and environment that creates a strong foun­datio


Marketing Department

/ n an effort to help you maximize all your services, Dr. Daniel Dahan has identified 7 depart­mental areas in your practice, which need to be addressed. Each of these areas is being dealt with sequentially in The American Chiropractor. By following


Preventing Cardiovascular Disease "New Tests Prevent Deaths"

The Problem Can new tests regarding Cardiovascular Disease help pre­vent deaths from C VD? It is a fact that 50% of all heart attack victims do not show abnormalities relating to traditional blood markers of CVD. Cho­lesterol markers can be within l


Post Operative Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

History and Subjective Complaints: 53- year-old male factory worker/forklift operator complains of bilateral hand numbness, burn­ing, tingling and loss of grip strength in the thumb, index and ring fingers, bilaterally. Noc­turnal aggravation of the


Study Shows Chiropractic Care is #1 for Chronic Spinal Pain

Reference: Chronic Spinal Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Medication, Acupuncture, and Spinal Manipulation From Spine, July 15, 2003; 28(14): 1490-1502 Lynton G. F. Giles, D.C., Ph.D; Reinliold Muller, From the Abstract Study Design: A r


The Practice You've Always Wanted

r Take your practice to the next level: 10 EXPERTS Give us their BEST Practice Management Advice for you to USE NOW! Our panel of Experts: Dr. Larry Markson The Masters Circle Dr. Pete Fernandez Fernandez Consulting Dr. Daniel H. Dahan Practice Perf

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