March 1, 2012

Money, Coercion, and Undue Inducement: Attitudes Vary about Payments to Research Participants


DCs Eligible for IHS Student Loan Repayment Program


Money, Coercion, and Undue Inducement: Attitudes Vary about Payments to Research Participants

(Garrison, NY) Researchers almost always offer money as an incentive for healthy volunteers to enroll in research studies, but does payment amount to coercion or undue inducement to participate in research? In the first national study to examine the



Roanoke, VA- February 14, 2012- Kent S. Greenawalt, Chief Executive Officer of Foot Levelers, announced that Dwayne Bennett has been promoted to President of Foot Levelers, elTective today. "Foot Levelers is a merit-based company, and Dwayne has dem


DCs Eligible for IHS Student Loan Repayment Program

The American Chiropractic Association announced that doctors of chiropractic are now eligible to apply for a student loan repayment program ad­ministered by the Indian Health Service (IHS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servic


ChiroTouch and Foot Levelers Agree to Work Together in 2012

San Diego. CA - Feb 23rd, 2012 - ChiroTouch™. the nation's leader in chiropractic software, and Foot Levelers, the leading provider of individually designed Stabilizing Orthotics and other healthcare products, have recently agreed to combine their e


Digital X-ray: Do I Need One in My Office?

So, you are considering "transforming" your practice? Or maybe starting a brand new or satellite office? What are some of the things you should keep in mind in making decisions on just what your practice will oiler? What should it look like? What ki


Your New Partner for Success: The Local Family Practice MD in Your Community

It wasn't until 1983 that the Ameri­can Medical Association changed is stance on affiliation with chiroprac­tors as being unethical. That is not too long ago and it seems that, in some circles, the medical community is coming around faster than the


Understanding the Mechanism of Plantar Fascitis

As chiropractors, our primary focus of care is the chiropractic adjustment. Based on our education in science, art and philosophy, we decide how and where to apply the chiropractic adjustment. Our treatment of a patient's condition is based on the r


Why Chiropractors Need a Coach to Succeed

Although chiropractors are generally hardworking, dedicated professionals who strive to correct sub-luxations in order to benefit the overall well-being of their patients and community, they still might be clueless on how to run an efficient and pro


Why Would You, as a Doctor of Chiropractic, Consider Using Laser Therapy in your Practice?

There are literally hundreds of good scientific reasons. First, let's cover some terminol­ogy. Laser therapy is known by several names. "Low level laser therapy" (LLLT) is my personal favorite and is the term many in the scientific community are usi


Murphy's Law (2) when starting a practice

"Murphy's Law" is an old adage that is typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". When you start a new practice you 'II experience manv examples of Murphy's Laws. 1 \>e opened over 3,000 new practices. Just when I think I 've h

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