June 1, 2005


Alternative to Improve Chiro's Image

Re: TAC March 2005 Dr. Winterstein Criticized for National's Stand on Integration



In this issue... Y ou'll find a comprehensive feature on all of the 17 chiropractic colleges within the United States, beginning on page 20. We've done extensive research by contacting all of the schools to get their latest information on enrollment


Osteoarthritis of the Hand. What Kind of Nodes Are These?

Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) General considerations: Non-inflammatory degeneration of joint cartilage with secondary effects on adjacent bone. The most common form of arthritis. Synonyms include osteoarthritis. Clinical Features: Pain, stiffness


What do You See Chiropractic Looking Like in 10-15 Years? Will it Still be Alive and Well?

A careful examination of recent legisla­tion provides a profound insight on how health care will be delivered in the future and on how chiropractic will look in the decades ahead. The current level of un­employment in our nation is low to none. Prac


Guilty/Not Guilty

Dr. Robinson, who owns Quality Care Chiropractic Center, has a run in with the State Employees Health Insurance Pro­gram (SEHP). He's accused of up coding surface electromyographies and failing to maintain documentation necessary to show medical nec


Chiropractic and the Family Wellness Lifestyle

Health care today is going through a paradigm shift Irom a symptom disease based system to a function performance based system. Emphasis for care is being placed on the individual's ability to re­gain and maintain a state of well being. Practitioner


Drugs, a Major Cause of Morbidity

Reference: "Prescription-related illness—a scan­dalous pandemic" Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice Nov. 2004, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 491-497 Hugh McGavock, B.Sc, M.D.. F.R.C.GP. Key Points from Dan Murphy 1. Prescribed drugs are a major cause


Healing from Within

Interview with John C. Donofrio, D.C. D r. John C. Donofrio, Summa Cum Laude graduate of Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic, credits much of his success to his becoming a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist. Now practicing in Read­ing, PA, Do


The Future is Here Chiropractic Colleges

W hile there might be debate about where the future of chiropractic is headed it's certain that the colleges have a large influence. That's why TAChas compiled a comprehensive list of chiropractic colleges, to help illustrate the direction of the ed

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