December 1, 2007

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MOST DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC USE VARIOUS TECH-niques to achieve the results they experience. So what technique is your favorite among all of your chiropractic armamentarium? Chiropractic is not just one technique, but several, which, when appropriat

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Multiple Myeloma

HISTORY This 60-year-old male patient presents with head and spinal pain. DIAGNOSIS Note the diffuse osteolytic "punched-out" lesions affecting the bony calvarium which has been called the "raindrop skull" of multiple myeloma. DISCUSSION Osteolytic

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THE FOUNDATION FOR CHIROPRACTIC PROGRESS (F4CP) GIVES YOU AN UPDATE: The Best Kept Secret in Health

After launching a national campaign to promote chiropractic over 2 years ago, the F4CP has started to unlock the secret about the far reaching benefits of chiropractic care. Wr IIHN YOU SKK A HEADLINE WITH THli WORD "CIHKO-practic" do you worry abou

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Quarter of A Billion Positive Messages and Growing

The Foundation communicates with 10,000 newspapers sending advertorials - camera ready ads that are a favorite of newspaper editors. The first advertorial on fitness ran in newspapers with a combined circulation of 2.5 million subscribers. In Septem

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Alliance Development & Community Outreach

Interview with Jeffrey Slocum, D.C. R. SLOCUM graduated from Logan College of Chi­ropractic in April 1993. He has been the owner of his practice for over fourteen years. Dr. Slo-cum is a fourth generation chiropractor and has focused on developing a

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The Profession's Most Comprehensive Technique Guide

Inspiring you to further develop your healing skills, here's a list of some of the most used, innovative, and well known techniques in the chiropractic profession. If we missed one, be sure to tell us about it by sending us a note at: [email protected]

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Our Three Brains - and the Emotional Component of Health!

hree Brains? ... Normally we think of the brain as singular! However, that concept changed when ■ Neuroscientist Paul MacLcan, Ph.D., identified three different parts of the brain: the Reptilian, Mammalian and Neocortex Brains. Each is distinctly un

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