July 1, 2005

EDITOR'S MEMO In this issue...

Food for Thought Dr. Winterstein Comments On the Current Trend in Chiropractic Education...

California Amendment Threatens DC's Access to Acupuncture


EDITOR'S MEMO In this issue...

T ECHNOLOGY GETS MORE EXCITING EACH YI-AR WITH THE advancements it can help you make in your prac­tice and your patient success. First, cover story interviewee, Dr. Pete Fernandez—a real living legend, having dedicated over 40 years of his life to c


Logan Participants Make Strong Contributions to Association of Chiropractic Colleges Meeting

The annual meeting of the Association of Chiropractic Col­leges and Research Agenda Conference took place March 17-19 in Las Vegas. Logan President George A. Goodman, DC, FICC, led a del­egation of Logan faculty members and administrators in atten­d


Life University Professor Honored for Service

Dr. Jerry Hochman, professor at Life University, was hon­ored by the Sacro Occipital Research Society International, on April 15, for his many years of service to the organization and his excellence in teaching and research. "It's a good feeling to


Anti-Chiropractic Billboard in Connecticut Covered Up after Storm of Protest Led by ICA

A highly offensive anti-chiropractic billboard that was un­veiled on June 6,2005, was covered up by the advertising com­pany within 24-hours of the International Chiropractors Association's learning of its existence, following a storm of protest led


Educating the Public

Doctors of chiropractic have been working with children since the early days of chiropractic, over 100 years ago. Their reliable services have offered par­ents a safe option for natural health care. The founder of chiropractic, D.D. Palmer, D.C., ha


Cervical Spine Trauma

The use of flexion and extension MRI in the evaluation of cervical spine trauma: initial experience in 100 trauma patients compared with 100 normal subjects Emergency Radiology (October 2002) 9: 249-253 Vincenzo Giuliano, Concetta Giuliano, Fabio Pi


Chiropractic for the 21st Century

Many DCs are hesitant to do the DCMD model for fear that they will no longer be chiropractors or that they will sacrifice their philosophy in the process. Is there a way for a DC to do this and still maintain his/her identity? Chiropractors have see


Building the Chiropractic Website

A WIBSITE IS NO LONGER A LUXURY, BUT A NECESSITY, FOR chiropractors striving for the best practice possible. No chiropractic practice, large or small, should ignore the many benefits that come from having its own, professional website. So, what shou

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